|e-puck robot||From CHF||950.00|
|e-puck robot without charger||From CHF||850.00|
|e-puck charger for 1 battery||From CHF||100.00|
|e-puck charger for 4 batteries||From CHF||380.00|
|e-puck extra battery||From CHF||17.00|
|e-puck reflective strip (for mutual detection)||From CHF||15.00|
|e-puck ICD2 programming cable||From CHF||23.00|
|e-puck serial cable||From CHF||23.00|
|e-puck motor||From CHF||45.00|
|e-puck ground sensors||From CHF||300.00|
|e-puck range and bearing turret||From CHF||400.00|
|e-puck 3x3 RGB display turret||From CHF||650.00|
|e-puck omnivision turret||From CHF||1150.00|
|e-puck turret for Gumstix Overo COM (without a Gumstix Overo COM card)||From CHF||670.00|
|e-puck full package for Gumstix Overo COM (including turret, Gumstix Overo COM card and accessories)||From CHF||800.00|
|e-puck and Gumstix Overo COM full package (including e-puck, turret, Gumstix Overo COM card and accessories)||From CHF||1600.00|
OverviewThe e-puck mini mobile robot was originally developed at the EPFL for teaching purposes by the designers of the successful Khepera robot. The e-puck hardware and software is fully open source, providing low level access to every electronic device and offering unlimited extension possibilities. The basic e-puck robot contains a large number of sensors and actuators, including two stepper motor wheels, 9 LEDs, a speaker, 8 infra-red sensors, 3 microphones, a VGA camera, a 3D accelerometer, a remote control IR receiver, a 16 position switch and a Bluetooth interface. The official e-puck community web site is www.e-puck.org.
Neat design: the simple mechanical structure, electronics design and software of e-puck is an example of a clean and modern system.
Flexibility: e-puck covers a wide range of educational activities, offering many possibilities with its sensors, processing power and extensions.
Simulation software: e-puck is integrated in the Webots simulation software for easy programming, simulation and remote control of real robot.
User friendly: e-puck is small and easy to setup on a table top next to a computer. It doesn't need any cable and provides optimal working comfort.
Robustness and maintenance: e-puck resists to student use and is simple to repair.
Affordable: the price tag of e-puck is friendly to university budgets.
|Size||about 7 cm diameter|
|Battery||about 3 hours with the provided 5Wh LiION rechargeable battery|
|Processor||Microchip dsPIC 30F6014A @ 60MHz (about 15 MIPS)|
|Motors||2 stepper motors with a 20 steps per revolution and a 50:1 reduction gear|
|IR sensors||8 infra-red sensors measuring ambient light and proximity of obstacles in a range of 4 cm|
|Camera||color camera with a maximal resolution of 640x480 (typical use: 52x39 or 640x1)|
|Microphones||3 omni-directional microphones for sound localization|
|Accelerometer||3D accelerometer along the X, Y and Z axis|
|LEDs||8 red LEDs on the ring and one green LED in the body|
|Speaker||on-board speaker capable of playing WAV or tone sounds.|
|Switch||16 position rotating switch|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth for robot-computer and robot-robot wireless communication|
|Remote Control||infra-red LED for receiving standard remote control commands|
|Expansion bus||expansion bus to add new possibilities to your robot.|
|Programming||C programming with the GNU GCC compiler system|
|Simulation||Webots facilitates the programming of e-puck with a powerful simulation, remote control and cross-compilation system.|
|Download the e-puck brochure (PDF).|