|e-puck2 robot||From CHF||800.00|
|e-puck charger for 1 battery||From CHF||100.00|
|e-puck extra battery||From CHF||19.00|
|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 v2||From CHF||1250.00|
|e-puck omnivision turret v2 without battery charger||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|
The e-puck2 is the latest addition to the e-puck robot family, developed by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) and GCtronic. It is a small differential-wheeled mobile robot designed for education and research. It has the same shape as its predecessor with great improvements and new features, such as: A WiFi/BLE module, a micro USB connector for communication and charging, a more powerful microcontroller, more memory, a Time-of-Flight distance sensor, and an inertial measurement unit with a magnetometer. An on-board debugger/programmer is also included.
The e-puck2 is based on an open hardware concept, where all documents are distributed and submitted to a license allowing everyone to freely use and contribute to the project.
Compatibility: the e-puck2 is fully compatible with the e-puck. All the extensions remain the same.
Applications: the e-puck2 covers a wide range of educational and research activities: teaching, collective robotics, evolutionary robotics...
Simulation software: the e-puck2 is integrated in the Webots simulation software for easy programming, simulation and remote control of the real robot. See Webots User Guide: e-puck
User friendly: the e-puck2 is small (7 cm) and easy to setup on a table top next to a computer.
Affordable: the competitive price allows the use of the e-puck2 for education and collective robotics research.
Official e-puck2 community website: www.e-puck2.org
|Dimensions||about 70 mm diameter|
|Battery||1800 mAh LiPo rechargeable battery; 3 hours autonomy; USB charging; 2.5 hours charge time|
|Processor||32-bit STM32F407 @ 168 MHz (210 DMIPS), DSP and FPU, DMA|
|Memory||RAM 192 KB; Flash 1024 KB; micro SD slot|
|Motors||2 stepper motors with 20 steps per revolution and a 50:1 reduction gear|
|Wheels||41 mm diameter; 53 mm between wheels|
|Speed||max 1200 steps/s (about 15.4 cm/s)|
|Distance sensors||8 infra-red sensors measuring ambient light and proximity of objects in a range of 6 cm; 1 Time of Flight (ToF) sensor, up to 2 m.|
|Camera||VGA color camera; typical use: 160x120|
|Inertial Measurement Unit||accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer|
|Audio||4 omni-directional microphones (digital) for sound localization. Speaker capable of playing WAV or tone sounds|
|LEDs||4 red LEDs and 4 RGB LEDs around the robot; 1 green light; 1 strong red LED in front|
|Communication||USB full-speed, Bluethooth 2.0, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), WiFi|
|Switch / selector||16 position rotating switch|
|Remote Control||infra-red receiver for standard remote control commands|
|Programming||free C compiler and IDE, Webots simulator, on-board debugger (GBD)|
|Simulation||Webots facilitates the programming of e-puck2 with a powerful simulation and remote control system.|
|Download the e-puck2 brochure (PDF).|