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lobo
02-26-2007, 01:59 AM
I just bought the hb-25 and was just wondering if it work work with the Eybot controller M5 or any other advance controller or simple controller besides the basic stamp family.



the eyebot controller M5·has about 14 standard servos connectors besides two connections for two motors, so i would be able to connect the hb-25 to the servos connection even though the eyebot contrller has motor connection and work?

By the way, i'am going to use the basic stamp2 for the hb-25 motor controllers that i bought, but i just wanted to know if it work with any other controller or even advance controller like the eyebot controller M5,·that can even do real time image processing. To me if the hb-25 can be used with any other controllers it is a terrific buy.

The EyeBot···· http://www.joker-robotics.com/eyebot/index.html··· is one of the most advanced controllers for mobile robots available today. It can be used for mobile robots with wheels, walking robots or flying robots. It consists of a powerful 32-Bit microcontroller board with a graphics display and a digital color camera allowing it to do on-board image processing. This allows to write powerful robot control programs without a big and heavy computer system and without having to sacrifice vision - the most important sensor.

Features:

Ideal basis for programming of real time image processing Integrated digital camera (grayscale or color) Large graphics display (LCD) Can be extended with own mechanics and sensors to full mobile robot Programmed from IBM-PC or Unix workstation, Programs are downloaded via serial line (RS-232) into RAM or Flash-ROM Programming in C or assembly language Free simulation system available. Operating RoBIOS is freely available Cross compilers for C/C++ are free available (gnu) Large number of sample programs Dimensions: width x height x depth:· 8.8 cm x 10.5 cm x 2.0 cm (+0.8 cm for connectors) Weight: 186 g
thank you for yas responses!

Chris Savage
02-26-2007, 12:03 PM
Lobo,

The HB-25 can be controlled by devices capable of directly controlling a servo. The HB-25 uses servo compatible pulses, so if you can generate them, you should be set. Take care.

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Parallax Tech Support