RoverC is a programmable, omnidirectional mobile robot base compatible with M5stickC, and can be started by inserting the M5stickC. The main controller of the base is the stm32f030f4 microcontroller. The base comes with N20 worm gear motors which are directly driven by a four-channel motor driver. These motors are connected to mecanum wheels which can move in all directions. In addition, two grove compatible I2C ports are provided to facilitate the expansion for other modules. The base is also compatible with LEGO bricks and can be expanded in structure. A 16340 battery is installed on the back of the base to meet the power and endurance requirements of the car and can be controlled by an independent switch.
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Though it took more than 1 month till I received RoverC due to COVID-19, I'm satisfied the support from M5Stack staff.
LEGO compatible holes are usefull. Mecanum wheels are campact and good designed.
I'm now trying tracking example. However, few instruction on this example is available.
I'm afraid, I did not receive yet!! I'm so discouraged
Rover C has arrived.
I don't know how to move it.
Please tell me the URL where the sample code is located or github.
Here are M5StickC x2 and JoyCHAT, and there is also a Windwow10 PC with Arduino 1.8.10 installed.
Thank you very much.