"Hi, it's really easy to get started.
1) Download the Arduino IDE (it's on the internet)
2) Get a solderless breadboard, LED, resistor & jumper wires. Hook it up (you can find instructions on the internet)
3) Go into the…"
"It's good that you are using a proven circuit configuration. This helps narrow down the possibilities. It would be helpful if you stated the temperature readings you are getting over time. Example, at power on, one second…"
"Hi, it would not surprise me that you could successfully clock the Arduino faster because most chip makers design over a specific temperature range (most likely 0-70 C). You can clock it much faster at 25C than at 70C. 20MHz would be…"
"Arduino Uno Rev 3, or to save cost you could use Leonardo. Leonardo has the RS-232 done in software so if you don't use this port for anything fast, and as long as your robot doesn't require a lot of real-time operations, you can use…"
"I think they are interesting. A friend of mine bought some online to experiment with, but when he received them he was disappointed. He paid a lot but it was just a cobbled together bunch of off the shelf components and appeared…"
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"My company sells commercially available robot lawn mowers. There is a reason most robot mowers go in a random fashion; it's really hard to make them go straight.
Bosch made one that only works in a fenced area. It is available in…"
Hi, I am President of Paradise Robotics, an online retailer for home robots, robot kits and parts. I worked as an Electrical Engineer at major companies for over 20 years. Now I am running Paradise Robotics and tinkering with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Lilypad and Vex Robotics. I am looking forward to meeting people in the community.
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