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jojojo

Oct 15, 2009, 08:25 pm Last Edit: Aug 16, 2012, 08:09 pm by camille Reason: 1
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mowcius

As you posted in the english forum before, I presume that you can read english/speak a bit...

I would recommend that you use the english forum rather than the french one. You would get more replies

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Je pensais aussi à un télémètre, pour éviter de se prendre les murs, mais vaut-il mieux à Ultrasons ou à Infrarouges ?


I would recommend untrasonic because it is more accurate than infared. It is more expensive though.

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http://www.lextronic.fr/produit.php?id=4133

That is the standard board and is the best to get when learning arduino.

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http://www.lextronic.fr/P1844-servomoteur-a-rotation-continue.html

Those servos look ok although you may want to look at stepper motors for accurate movement.

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http://www.lextronic.fr/P35-plaque-de-connexions-sans-soudure-840-trous.html

You will need one of these for prototyping.

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http://www.lextronic.fr/P4672-boitier-coupleur-de-4-piles-aa-lr6---sortie-usb.ht...

You may want to look into lithium-ion batteries as the motors will take a lot of power.

I'm afraid that I don't understand what else you are asking as my french is not very good.

Regards,

Mowcius


Luj06

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Oct 17, 2009, 07:20 am Last Edit: Oct 17, 2009, 07:27 am by julien@pobot.org Reason: 1
Plutôt qu'une grande plaque à trous, je conseillerai les petites qui se clipsent sur l'Arduino (ça s'appelle "protoshield").



Voici un exemple de robot dans la configuration que tu indiques (servomoteurs à rotation continu, Arduino + plaque d'essai) :



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