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Robot Car Chassis 2WD (Round Set)

2WD Mini Round Double-Deck Smart Robot Car Chassis
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  • It can be used for Obstacle avoidance car, distance measurement car, etc.
  • Material is plastic so it becomes lightweight.
  • Due to the plastic body, it consumes low power for more working time.
  • Outline Size: 135x135x80mm/5.31*5.31*3.14"
  • The round acrylic plate diameter: 130mm/5.11"
  • Another acrylic plate size: 135x75mm/5.31*2.95"

DC motor specification: 

  • Rated Voltage: 3-6V DC
  • Gear Motor rotation speed: 125 RPM (3V), 240 RPM (6V)  
  • Load current: 190 mA (250 mA MAX). 
  • Maximum torque: 800 g. cm min. 

Wheel specification: 

  • Width: 30mm 
  • Diameter: 65mm 

Note: It is a DIY kit, not a finished product. This product comes with the parts only, it is not assembled. The motors power supply is 3V~6V. All the parameter above is tested without load.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Round Acrylic Plate
  • 1 x Acrylic Baseboard
  • 2 x 65mm Wheel
  • 2 x Universal Wheel
  • 2 x Gear Motor
  • 4 x "T" mode Fixed Motor Bracket
  • 16 x M3 x10mm Screw
  • 8 x M3 Nut
  • 4 x M3 x 12+6mm Copper Cylinder
  • 4 x M3 x 30mm two-way Copper Column

Cool while seeing some robot car wandering around? It is very easy. With a car platform, add some micro-controller (such as Arduino) and sensor modules, and program it. Then you made your own robot car. The mechanical structure is simple, it is easy to install. Convenient power throughout the system in a switch, while starting and stopping. No add-ins are very convenient, the entire system highly integrated. Can be used to measure distance, speed.

Assembly Steps:

1. Assemble the castors with the base plate. You can choose to use only 1 castor or none if you are building a self-balancing robot.

2. Add another layer of plate to the robot. You can choose not to use the plate if you wish to have only 1 layer.

3. Attach the motors to the base plate using the mounting plates. You may solder wires to the motors first before attaching the motors.

4. Lastly, add the wheels and encoder to the robot.