Register for the Texas Instruments Eval-Bot Seminar!
First 20 registrants for each session will recieve a take-home Eval-Bot.
Here’s the eval-bot working :
Workshop will include:
Introduction to the Eval-Bot featuring the Stellaris Cortex M3 LM3S9B92 – Ethernet, USB OTG, SD Card, Quadature Encodes and RF Expansion ports.
Stellaris® Robotic Evaluation Board with
Micrium’s μC/OS-III: The Real-Time Kernel
by Jean J. Labrosse (board and book)
The evaluation kit provides a hands-on mini robotic
platform for learning and using the μC/OS-III
real-time kernel. The evaluation kit includes the
Evaluation board with robotic capabilities
Mechanical components assembled by user
Stellaris® LM3S9B92 microcontroller
MicroSD card connector
I2S audio codec with speaker
USB Host and Device connectors
RJ45 Ethernet connector
Bright 96 x 16 blue OLED display
On-board In-Circuit Debug Interface (ICDI)
Battery power (3 AA batteries) or power through
Wireless communication expansion port
– Two DC gear-motors provide drive and steering
– Opto-sensors detect wheel rotation with 45°
– Sensors for “bump” detection
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