Robotics Beginner (BT) Kit

SKU: 17066
filler

Price:
$225.00 Kit

Description

With over 380 pieces and the aid of sensors (phototransistors, push buttons) and actuators (XS motors, LED light barriers), students can construct 12 easy-to understand models such as hand dryer, carousel, level crossing, conveyor belt with stamping machine and mobile caterpillar machine. The BT Smart Controller with 4 inputs for sensors and 2 outputs for motors and lamps features a USB port and a Bluetooth 4.0 port. The ROBO Pro Light software (available for download) makes it possible to program the models quickly, easily and in a way that is easy to follow. In addition, it is also possible to program the models using a tablet (initially Android) via an app. Comprehensive instructions are provided on the fischertechnik eLearning portal (fischertechnik-elearning.com) to support the student’s learning process and to explain the programming in an easy-to-follow way. The new BT Smart Controller will also work with Scratch. For the engineers and programmers of tomorrow. Recommended: 1 set per 2 students.
With over 380 pieces and the aid of sensors (phototransistors, push buttons) and actuators (XS motors, LED light barriers), students can construct 12 easy-to understand models such as hand dryer, carousel, level crossing, conveyor belt with stamping machine and mobile caterpillar machine. The BT Smart Controller with 4 inputs for sensors and 2 outputs for motors and lamps features a USB port and a Bluetooth 4.0 port. The ROBO Pro Light software (available for download) makes it possible to program the models quickly, easily and in a way that is easy to follow. In addition, it is also possible to program the models using a tablet (initially Android) via an app. Comprehensive instructions are provided on the fischertechnik eLearning portal (fischertechnik-elearning.com) to support the student’s learning process and to explain the programming in an easy-to-follow way. The new BT Smart Controller will also work with Scratch. For the engineers and programmers of tomorrow. Recommended: 1 set per 2 students.

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