Monday, June 30, 2008

Mifare/Philips Contactless card reader

ACR120 is a compact and cost-effective contactless smart card reader and writer which supports Mifare®, ISO 14443 A and B cards. It is designed for fast integration into different systems. It can be easily integrated into existing data collection applications such as portable terminals, ticketing, vending machine or access control. Software Development Kit (SDK) Available

Used RAS digital Livingston


Used RAS digital Livingston
Lucent PM3A-2E (w/60 built in digital modem ), 1 RJ45 10 BaseT, 2 RJ-45 E-1 port, power supply 220/110VAC. Limited hardware!

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

BC-2026 Mesin Absensi Sidik jari dengan USB interface

BC-2026 usb interface fingerprint Time Attendance
Features:

  • Beautiful appearance with classical design. With its extremely low price, mature technology and brilliant design concept
  • Make fingerprint time attendance an affordable, stable and easy to learn solution to replace traditional card units in the world market. With the advantage of no installation and maintenance, it has become the most ideal unit for office time and attendance management. The time of bio office has come
  • Office desktop system, easy installation and simple operation system
  • The smallest stand alone system with full functions
  • Up to date exquisite design and blue LCD
  • Philips industrial chip reliable performance
  • Stand alone excellent identification
  • USB communication
  • Several verification modes ID + password, ID and fingerprint only
  • BC-2026 FingerPrint Time Attendance
  • Item descriptions
  • Sensor: Anviz optical sensor
  • LCD: 128 64 blue LCD
  • Identification methods: 1, 1, 1 and N
  • Identification time: less than one second
  • Register method: fingerprint ID password
  • Scan area: 21 and 18mm
  • Resolution: 500dip
  • Fingerprint capacity: 512
  • Record capacity: 32,000
  • FRR: 0.001%
  • FAR: 0.00001%
  • Standard port: USB
  • Size: 160 x 130 x 90mm
  • Working current: 0.5A to 1.8A
  • Sleeping current: 0.5A
  • ESD tolerance: grester than 15,000V
  • Power input: 220V
  • Working voltage: 5V
  • Temperature/humidity: 10 to 60 degrees Celsius/20% to 80%

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

TOP2005 USB Universal Programmer

Fitur:
*Support 2.5V~6.5 device;
*Menggunakan USB sebagai sumber daya, tidak perlu AC adaptor.
*Komunikasi USB dengan PC on data transfer rate 12Mhz/s.
*Cocok untuk PC/Laptop user.
*Surge protection circuit untuk mengamankan programmer dan device.
*Full pin connectivity verification.
*Software nekerja pada OS: WindowsSE/ME/2000 and XP.
*Ukuran yang Compact dan daya listrik rendah.
*Signature ID recognition.
*40 pin ZIF
*Programming menggunakan pewaktu/timer internal .

Supported Device:
*EPROM: 2716 ~ 27080 ( Details see supported IC list)
*EEPROM: 28,29,39,49 series flash and EEPROM ( Details see supported IC list)
*MPU/MCU: PIC, 51 series Intel, Atmel, LG, Philips, Winbond;
*SRAM test: 6264 ~ 628256
*TTL/CMOS IC test, 40, 45, 74 series (2.5V~ 5V)
*Serial memory: 24CXXX, 93CXX
*PLD: 16V8X, 20V8X

Friday, June 20, 2008

Ready-to-go serial to Ethernet module: EG-SR-7150MJ

EG-SR-7150MJ is a RoHS-compliant, ready-to-go serial to Ethernet module, complete with mounted RJ-45 connector for instant use. Simple software set-up allows users to create a 10/100Mbps Ethernet interface with a maximum serial rate of 230Kbps rapidly.

Set-up for the 1.6" x 2.2" EG-SR-7150MJ is very easy with the configuration software provided. Three different modes of operation are supported: TCP server, TCP client, and UDP. TCP guarantees data delivery, but UDP doesn't require acknowledgement, so communication can be faster. Once the TCP client and server have established connection, data can be transparently transmitted bi-directionally. EG-SR-7150MJ's IP Address can be manually assigned (static IP), or IP, subnet and gateway address can be acquired from the DHCP server automatically. Serial commands can be hardware- or software-triggered. Configuration can be done on-site if need be, even without a PC, using a simple serial device (keypad, etc.)

EG-SR-7150MJ is based on WIZnet's TCP/IP-offload IC W3150A with Realtek's RTL8201 Ethernet driver chip. EG-SR-7150MJ has a built-in Atmel AT89C51RC2 8-bit microcontroller with 32KB Flash Memory and 32 KB SRAM. EG-SR-7150MJ offers 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing on its RJ-45 connector. Protocols supported include TCP, UDP, IP ARP, ICMP, MAC, PPPoE. Serial signals available are TXD, RXD, RTS, CTS, GND. RS232 data formats: Parity - None, Even, Odd; 7/8 Data bits; Flow Control: RTS/CTS, XON/XOFF. EG-SR-7150MJ needs only 3.3V@150mA.

Evaluation/Set-up kit EG-SR-7150MJ-EVB provides DB-9 connector for quick PC hook-up, CD (Configuration Program, Schematic, Manual), a 5V 500mA Power Adapter and Serial and UTP cables.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

SG5-UT Robotic Arm

SG5-UT(Ultra Torque) Robotic Arm
The SG5-UT, load balanced, robotic arm featuring all aluminum construction and the only fully expandable "smart grip" design components (detailed below). Feature for feature, the SG5 series presents the most powerful and sophisticated, all aluminum 5-axis robotic arm system available today.

Key Feature

All parts are precision CNC machined from .063 ga. 5052 brushed, sheet aluminum

The aluminum components are anodized to a smooth, scratch resistant, graphite finish using a type II anodizing process (the most impermeable finish next to military type III anodizing)
All servo pivot points use integrated pem stud pivot points. Pem studs are cylindrically shaped aluminum spacers that are pressed into the aluminum with over 300 pounds of pressure. Unlike other manufactures we do not use tape or glue in these critical stress areas (if your not sure, simply read their construction manuals.) Integrated pem nuts for ease of construction. Pem nuts are nuts that are pressed into the aluminum with over 200 lbs. of pressure. This makes

construction much easier and faster.
Pass thru holes and slots strategically located throughout the arm assembly for convenient wire routing.
2 integrated SPST switches for convenient power routing to servos and supporting electronics.
3 integrated mounting tabs for convenient attachment to your robotic platform
Tabs and Electronics
Accommodates all of the Parallax microcontroller boards including the BOE, BS2P40, BS2P24 and others.
The arm incorporates a custom engineered, counterbalanced retract system that effectively ensures maximum lifting and efficient servo power use both during operation and at rest. A counterbalanced arm is critical to ensure long servo life and maximum lifting power.

Sensor Engineered Grip Design

The most critical aspect of any robotic arm is in the design of the manipulator or gripper. A robotic arms usefulness and functionality is directly related to the arms ability to sense and successfully manipulate its immediate environment. We developed the gripper assembly to include the following critical design features:
The gripper assembly contains an integrated, adjustable electronics stand located above the gripper assembly to accommodate an array of CCD cameras, infrared sensors and other sensing electronics.

The gripper contains (4) integrated slots to accommodate multiple sensing opto-electronics components.
The ends of the gripper are rounded for an even gripping surface area regardless of the gripper angle relative to the object being grasped.
The gripper drive system consists of a high resolution, 60 tooth, heavy duty, resin gear train driven by a high torque HiTec HS 475 servo - All of these combined components are critical for firm, precise gripper manipulation of objects.
The rounded gripper ends can conveniently accommodate the "Flexiforce" pressure sensor for precise gripper pressure measurement and control.
1/16" volara, cross-linked polyethylene foam is used to line the inside of the gripper surface for maximum grip adhesion.

Honda’s humanoid robot Asimo

Robot Asimo judges rock-scissors-paper contests
Tanja Aitamurto | June 14th, 2008

Honda’s humanoid robot Asimo has taken another step on its way to become human-like. Actually, make that superhuman-like. Asimo, which resembles a small astronaut, doesn’t only dance, serve coffee and conduct operas, but now can judge rock-paper-scissors contests.


The judging is made possible by Asimo’s new ability to understand three voices shouting at once. This is actually more than a human is able to do: We humans can only focus on one particular sound source at once. The ability to isolate one sound from a noisy background is called the cocktail party effect.
Asimo’s superpower in isolating voices comes from a software called HARK that Japanese researchers have developed. HARK uses eight microphones attached to Asimo’s body and face to spot where each voice is coming from and to isolate the voices from each other. The software records voices, works out how reliably it has isolated the voices, and passes only the reliable voice extracts into Asimo’s speech recognition system to be decoded.

This quality control is a remarkable step, because Asimo’s own speech recognition system can’t isolate voices from a noise. Without a helping software, Asimo’s system would get confused.

Now Asimo can follow and judge three people playing rock-paper-scissors with 70-80 percent’s accuracy. The result is quite good, but the task is quite simple too, as the vocabulary used in rock-paper-scissors contest is small. When the software was used to follow more complicated sentences, the accuracy of the identifying the sentences went down to 30-40 percent.

Asimo has still a way to go before it can be taken to a cocktail party to chat with people. But this stage might not be as far as we think: Asimo might become better partner to party conversations, if the latest results of the studies of brain activity when dealing with the cocktail party effect, can be used in robot developing.
Asimo is one of the world’s most advanced humanoid robots, and it’s ability to isolate voices is a big step towards Honda’s goal to create an advanced humanoid robot, that can work and live among the humans, and to help especially elderly or disadvantaged people. The news of Asimo’s new ability adds up with the other recent news about startups and investors’ interest in robots that seem to prove that robotics is one of the hottest things in hi-tech at the moment.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

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http://2r.net46.net. Mirroring site from http://rosesana.com update 2008 june 17

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Converter Fiber Optic to UTP, Single-Mode 10/100M, Support 60km


Converter Fiber Optic to UTP, Single-Mode 10/100M, Support 60km
spek:
- Comply with IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u 10/100Base-TX, 100Base-FX Standard
- TP port supports Auto-negotiation for automatic speed selection

- TP port supports automatic MDI/MDIX crossover
- Embedded with 1 Mbit memory used for frame buffering
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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

The Scribbler: A Reprogrammable Robot

The Scribbler: A Reprogrammable Robot

The Scribbler is a fully programmable, intelligent robot with multiple sensor systems that let it interact with people and objects. It navigates on its own as it explores its surroundings, and then reports back about what it senses using light and sound.
The Scribbler Robot comes fully assembled with these systems:
A built-in BASIC Stamp® 2 microcontroller brain (inside)
3 photoresistor light sensors to detect bright light, or its absence
A pair of infrared emitter “headlights” and an infrared detector to see objects
A pair of infrared line sensors to follow lines or read bar codes
Two independent DC motors to drive the wheels
A built-in stall sensor to protect the motors (inside)
Three indicator LED lights that can be separately program-controlled
A speaker to play a wide range of sounds and musical notes
A Pen Port to insert a marker so the Scribbler can draw as it drives
A Programming Port that accepts a serial cable for a computer interface
Battery Cover – requires 6 standard, alkaline, or NiMH batteries

Monday, June 09, 2008

The TL-SG1005D 5-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch

The TL-SG1005D 5-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch provides you with a high-performance, low-cost, easy-to-use, seamless and standard upgrade to improve old network to 1000Mbps network. Increase the speed of your network server and backbone connections, or make Gigabit to the desktop a reality. Power users in the home, office, workgroup, or creative production environment can now move large, bandwidth-intensive files faster. Transfer graphics, CGI, CAD, or multimedia files and other applications that have to move large files across the network almost instantly.

Sunday, June 08, 2008

Long range proximity reader



Name

Proximity Card Reader Without Keypad
Model No.

PF-5210
Brand Name

Pegasus
Country of Origin

Taiwan


Features
  • Proximity / RF / Remote reader to send out Wiegand / TTL / RS-485 / RS -232C and other signal.
  • Indications: Visible 5 LED and beeps sound.
  • 125KHz ASK type and various Wiegand format (26/34/44 bits) output.
  • Reading range from 5 to 15 m .

Specifications
Card
Handfree card about 3 meters for PF-5210
Type
Surface mount, water proof
Monitor inputs
Door contact, Exit push button, switch tamper
Operation temperature
-15°C ~ 55°C
Humidity
20%~90% RH, Non condensation
Power supply
6V ~18V DC
Transmission rate
4,800 bps, N.8.1 (optional for 300~19200bps)
Interface
RS-485 or Wiegand output or TTL(optional)
Dimensions
120(L)x 83(W)x 30(H)mm
Weight
310g

Friday, June 06, 2008

Roboquad is an award winner!

ROBOQUAD™

Roboquad is an animated robot with unique multi-directional movement capabilities and advanced sensory awareness. Featuring multi-colored flashing lights and techno sound effects, Roboquad is the first true robotic arthropod. Change his Awareness, Activity or Aggression levels to completely alter his personality and behaviors.

- 4 layer, full function, illuminated remote control
- 72 pre-programmed functions
- 4 modes
- direct control
- autonomous
- guard: visually scans the environment; sound sensor detects noise
- sleep: enters sleep mode after 5 minutes, powers down after 24 hours
- 2 built in demos: dance and movement
- Programmable: up to 40 moves
- Sleek and agile: rotating legs, articulated neck
- Advanced movement control
- control direction
- control style of walking (i.e., crab walk, stomp walk, rotation walking)
- control head movements
- Light sensor: headlights turn on and off and Roboquad will react depending upon ambient light levels
- Sound sensor: reacts to sounds and scans for nearest object when disturbed (when stationary)
- Autonomous mode
- interacts with his environment as he moves through it, scanning and avoiding obstacles
- behavior influenced by 3 controllable personality settings
- Activity level
- Aggression level
- Awareness level
- Deep IR scanner vision system
- multiple scanning ranges
- used to assess distances and obstacles and influence behavior
- 5 scanning sequences
- Smart scan: examines surroundings then reacts if anything changes; reacts according to aggression and activity levels
- Scan left and scan right: will turn and face any object within a 3 foot range, on his left or right side
- Approach nearest object: looks left and right while ramping up the scanning range and moves towards the closest object found
- escape walk: will select the largest open space and move toward it
- flinch response: if an object approaches his scanner very quickly he will react, according to his aggression level
-Volume control

Age grading: 8+

Battery requirements: 4 “C” and 3 “AAA”

Roboquad is an award winner!
Oppenheim Toy Portfolio: Gold Seal Award
iParenting Media Award: 2007 Outstanding Product Winner
Winner in the 2007 FamilyFun Toy of the Year awards
Duracell (UK) Top Ten Toys of 2007
Ziff Davis Digital Life Expo-Editor's Choice-Featured in Digital Village
Popular Mechanics Wish List.
December issue 2007
Selected as The top pick for children 7 and older in the November 2007-
issue of Parents Magazine in article: "The Best Toys of the Year." "A" rating, ToyTips.com

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Lego Mindstorm: NXT brick-shaped computer


The main component in the kit is a brick-shaped computer called the NXT brick. It can take input from up to four sensors and control up to three motors, via RJ12 cables, very similar to but incompatible with RJ11 phone cords. The brick has a 100x64 pixel greyscale LCD display and four buttons that can be used to navigate a user interface using hierarchical menus. It also has a speaker and can play sound files at sampling rates up to 8 kHz. Power is supplied by 6 AA (1.5 V each) batteries in the consumer version of the kit and by a Li-Ion rechargeable battery and charger in the educational version.

Technical specifications

* 32-bit AT91SAM7S256 main microprocessor (256 KB flash memory, 64 KB RAM)
* 8-bit ATmega48 microcontroller @ 4 MHz (4 KB flash memory, 512 Bytes RAM)
* 100×64 pixel LCD matrix display
* Can be programmed using Windows or Mac OS (NBC/NXC supports Linux as well)
* Users create a program with new software, powered by LabVIEW from National Instruments
* A single USB 2.0 port
* Bluetooth (Class II) wireless connectivity, to transfer programs to the NXT wirelessly or offer ways to control robots remotely (through mobile phones and possibly by PDA's)
* 4 input ports, 6-wire cable digital platform (One port includes a IEC 61158 Fieldbus Type 4/EN 50 170 (P-NET) compliant expansion port for future use)
* 3 output ports, 6-wire cable digital platform
* Digital Wire Interface, allowing for third-party development of external devices

Other software can also be used.

Firmware and developer kits

Lego has released the firmware for the NXT Intelligent Brick as Open Source.

Several developer kits are available that contain documentation for the NXT:

* Software Developer Kit (SDK), includes information on host USB drivers, executable file format, and bytecode reference
* Hardware Developer Kit (HDK), includes documentation and schematics for the NXT brick and sensors
* Bluetooth Developer Kit (BDK), documents the protocols used for Bluetooth communications

Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Sumovore Kit


The Solarbotics Sumovore Kit is a strong, modular design with over 500 man-hours of development and 21 prototypes behind it. It has more power, speed, and is less expensive than the Junun Mark III, Parallax Mini-Sumo, and Tab SumoBot.
features:

  • Powerful GM8 gear motors powered by a robust L293D motor driver
  • Four opto-reflector edge sensors (fifth edge sensor position available when using microprocessor brainboard)
  • Two 38kHz IR emitters and detectors for opponent detection
  • 6AA power supply
  • Steel frame for easy assembly
  • Modular brain boards (discrete brainboard included, BS2 / Atmel / Stamp Stack brainboards extra)
  • Discrete brainboard "Anti Sumo-dance" behavior (stops two sumos from spinning around each other)
  • Discrete brainboard "Anti edge-ram" behavior (stops dual edge triggers resulting in repeated edge-charging)
  • Discrete brainboard offers selectable sumo/line-follower modes
  • Multiple trimpots for simple behavior tuning
  • Modular front edge sensor / IR transmitter daughterboard
  • 345 grams "batteries-in" finished weight (6 x AA batteries not included)
  • Powder-coated front Steel (not Aluminum) plates available in several colours
  • Multiple wheel colours available
  • 32-page detailed instruction document also contains full electronic schematics, both logical and symbolic for custom modifications

The QuadCrawler


The QuadCrawler is the largest and lightest of all aluminum quadruped kit available today. The QuadCrawler inherits the same efficient and powerful leg design as its larger cousin the HexCrawler. Expansion of your QuadCrawler kit is easy with the 3DOF upgrade kit and add-ons from Parallax, like the Hitachi Compass Module, and RF modules. Couple the QuadCrawler hardware extensibility with the the BS2-IC, Board of Education, and Parallax Servo Controller and you have an unbeatable combination.

Key Features
We believe that a Quadruped should have some key material and construction features to be a truly useful and robust robotic platform. Our QuadCrawler features include:

  • Super stiff yet light construction material - All aluminum components are precision CNC machined from incredibly strong .063 ga. 5052 aluminum sheeting.

  • Integrated Pem Stud Pivot Points - Pem studs are super smooth, solid aluminum spacers that are pressed into the aluminum body of the QuadCrawler with more than 300 pounds of pressure. These spacers are used as the servo pivot points for all of the QuadCrawlers legs. The combination of these spacers and the solid design and aluminum components are what gives the QuadCrawler it's overall rugged design and payload capacity.

  • Integrated Pem Nuts - Pem nuts are used throughout the key support points (16 in total) of the QuadCrawler. Pem nuts are nuts that are pressed into the aluminum sheeting with more than 200lbs. of pressure. Pem nuts lower the number of loose parts in our kits which makes our kits quick and easy to construct. Pem nuts also allow you to have quick and easy access to the lower deck of the QuadCrawler without removing major construction components.

  • Horizontally Centered Leg Design - To ensure equal, physical, horizontal movement of all legs during the QuadCrawlers walking cycle, the legs have been physically designed to align with the horizontal leg servos.

  • Pass Through Leg Design - Having the ability to expand and add lots of additional electronics and sensors to your hexapod is a key component of robotic experimentation and development. The QuadCrawler's "pass-thru" leg design allows you to route and secure electronics at any point on the legs of the QuadCrawler without wire or electronic components being exposed or interfering with the operation of the QuadCrawler.

  • Dual Deck Electronics Mount Design - The QuadCrawler has been designed so that you can mount the controlling electronics either on top of the upper deck or mounted inside,top of the lower deck. Also, the front and rear support brackets can swing open to allow easy access to the inside of the QuadCrawler for battery and electronics installation or removal.
Technical Specifications:
  • Material: Super strong .063 Gauge 5052 aluminum with type II anodizing for weather and scratch resistance
  • Dimensions: Overall dimensions - 12" X 15.25" leg to leg
  • Prototyping Space: Over 131 sq. inches of total prototyping space is available on the QuadCrawler body.
  • Height: 6" standing, 4.86" squatting
  • Ground Clearance: 3.5"
  • Payload Capacity: TBD - To be determined
  • Leg movement: 2 degrees of freedom (vertical and horizontal) for the standard kit and 3 degrees of movement with the 3 axis leg upgrade kit.
  • Weight: 2.5 lbs. with all servos
  • Servos: 8 HiTec HS-322HD heavy duty Servos
  • Electronics: Parallax Board of Education (BOE), BASIC Stamp 2 module (BS2-IC), and the very powerful Parallax Servo Controller (PSC)
Programming and Control Specs:
The number of control and programming options are limitless with the QuadCrawler and we are always developing more (see the downloads section on the product page for a complete list of current programs). We offer the following control options:
  • Pushbutton control (included in the standard QuadCrawler kit)
    Allows the user to cycle through the different walking gaits and control direction.

  • Distance Detection
    A distance sensor with circuit components and sample code is provided for complete QuadCrawler autonomous control.

  • R/F (Radio Frequency, sold separately)
    Using the Parallax 5 function key chain transmitter / receiver combination.

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Boe-Bot Robot


The Boe-Bot® robot is built on a high-quality brushed aluminum chassis that provides a sturdy platform for the servo motors and printed circuit board. Mounting holes and slots may be used to add custom robotic equipment. The rear wheel is a drilled polyethylene ball held in place with a cotter pin. Wheels are machined to fit precisely on the servo spline and held in place with a small screw.

The Boe-Bot robot's flexibility stems from the fact that it’s a rolling Board of Education® carrier board. All I/O projects are built on the breadboard. The Board of Education programming board (and BS2-IC) may be removed to be used as your platform for other projects in the Stamps in Class™ series. The robot may be programmed to follow a line, follow light, or roam autonomously while avoiding objects by completing the activities in the Robotics with the Boe-Bot text.

Once you've mastered the basics, you can keep experimenting and expanding your Boe-Bot robot's capabilities. Check out our Robot Accessories Shop, our Sensors Shop, and our other Stamps in Class texts such as IR Remote for the Boe-Bot.

To get a visual of the Boe-Bot robot in action, check out our "Boe-Bot robot Video Gallery"

* Audience: Educational, Robot Enthusiasts. Suitable for ages 14 and up, it is used in hobbyist's homes as well as in middle and high schools, vocational schools, colleges and universities in pre-enineering and robotics courses.
* Power Supply: 4 AA’s for BASIC Stamp® microcontroller and motor control (not included
* Assembly Tools: A small Philips/flathead screwdriver is included, and 1/4” wrench and angle cutters are not included but would be useful.
* Time Required to Build and Program: 2 to 3 hours - Boe-Bot robot uses the pre-built Board of Education carrier board to save time.
* I/O Components: LEDs, speaker, pushbutton, photoresistors, resistors and capacitors, infrared LEDs and receivers, whisker contact switches.
* Use of BASIC Stamp I/O pins: Sensor circuits are built on the breadboard and maybe moved around. Flexible use of I/O pins.
* Object Detection: Infrared object detection, object detection with whiskers
* Expandability: The AppMod Header is designed for the LCD Terminal and eB500 Embedded Blue Transceiver. Many other components from our Robot Accessories Shop and our Sensors Shop are designed for or work well with the Boe-Bot robot.
* Package Contents: Board of Education and programming cable, BASIC Stamp® 2 module, Boe-Bot Parts Kit (chassis, wheels, servos, whiskers, etc.), software, and Robotics with the Boe-Bot Stamps in Class text with projects. *4AA batteries are required but not included.

Sunday, June 01, 2008

Robotic fusion of technology and personality


Robosapien V2 is a highly evolved robotic fusion of technology and personality, combining fluid biomechanical motion with a multi-sensory, interactive humanoid personality. This 24” tall, second generation Robosapien is capable of autonomous “free roam” behavior, and includes the following features:

- Multiple levels of environmental interaction, with humans and objects
- Sight, sound and touch senses
- Humanoid body movements, including bending, sitting and standing, lying down and getting up, dancing, waving, martial arts …
- Speech: Responds verbally to environmental stimuli and to controller commands
- Color Vision System: Recognizes colors and skin tones
- Stereo Sound Detection System: “Hears” and reacts to sounds
- IR Vision: Detects and avoids obstacles; tracks moving objects
- True bi-pedal walking with multiple gaits
- Precision gripping, articulated fingers
- Realistic 2-axis turning head with animated LED eyes
- 100 pre-programmed functions
- 2 demonstration modes
- 6 programming modes
- Remote control, autonomous “free roam” and guard modes
- Sleep and auto-shut off function
- Age Grading: 8+

Robosapien™V2


Robosapien™V2 is a highly evolved robotic fusion of technology and personality, combining fluid biomechanical motion with a multi-sensory, interactive humanoid personality. This 24" tall, second generation Robosapien is capable of autonomous "free roam" behavior, and is capable of multiple levels of environmental interaction, with humans and objects.

Battery Requirements*:

* 6 x D alkaline batteries
* 7 x AAA alkaline batteries

*Batteries not included

Dimensions:

* Product Height: 22 inches (55.88 cm)
* Product Width: 15 inches (38.1 cm)
* Product Depth: 13 inches (33 cm)
* Product Weight: 8 lbs (3.63 kg)

General

* Remote control, autonomous "free roam" and guard modes
* 4 programming modes
* Programmable using the remote controller or manually
* Speech capability
* Multiple levels of environmental interaction, with humans and objects
* Sight, sound and touch sensors
* Humanoid body movements, including bending, sitting and standing, lying down and getting up, dancing, waving, martial arts
* Speech: Responds verbally to environmental stimuli and to controller commands
* Color Vision System: Recognizes colors and skin tones
* Stereo Sound Detection System: "Hears" and reacts to sounds
* IR Vision: Detects and avoids obstacles; tracks moving objects
* True bi-pedal walking with multiple gaits
* Precision gripping, articulated fingers
* Realistic 2-axis turning head with animated LED eyes
* 100 pre-programmed functions
* 2 demonstration modes
* Sleep and auto-shut off function
* Recommended for ages 8 and up


Package contents:

* 1 x Robosapien V2
* 1 x Remote controller
* 1 x Bowling Ball
* 3 x Red Bowling Pins
* 1 x Instruction manual

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