Texas Instruments Robotics Kit | New Product Brief
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Texas Instruments Robotics Kit
Texas Instruments’ TI-RSLK MAX is a low-cost robotics kit that provides students and engineers a hands-on learning experience for embedded development. The TI-RSLK MAX is based on a TI SimpleLink MSP432P401R LaunchPad Development Kit, with the MCU featuring a 48MHz Arm Cortex-M4F that offers high performance with low power consumption.
The kit includes a chassis board that provides power management, motor drivers, and sensor interface connectors, as well as bump sensor boards, a line sensor array, and the mechanical components needed to build the robot. The entire kit is solderless and allows for quick assembly and experimentation.
The kit also includes comprehensive curriculum modules to teach how to design electronic systems.
- Powered by SimpleLink MSP432P401R MCU LaunchPad development kit
- MSP432P401R: 48MHz Arm Cortex-M4F with FPU and DSP acceleration
- Chassis board: 5V DC-DC regulator, 3.3V linear regulator, dual motor drivers, sensor interface connectors
- Two bump sensor boards for obstacle detection
- 8 Channel QTRX sensor array for line sensing
- Solderless kit for quick assembly
- Curriculum modules with videos, lectures, hands-on labs, quizzes and class activities
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