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- Getting Started with the VEXpro ARM9 Microcontroller
- VEXpro ARM9 Microcontroller User's Guide
- VEXpro ARM9 Microcontroller Software Library
The VEXpro ARM9 Microcontroller is a redesign of the popular Qwerk microcontroller as a result of a collaboration between VEX and Charmed Labs. The ARM9 Microcontroller is designed to be used by advanced users.
The ARM9 Microcontroller uses standard 802.11b/g communication. This will allow (with programming) highly configurable communication to PC's and wireless networks. The Carnegie Mellon Telepresence Robot Kit (TeRK) project provides a powerful feature to the ARM9 Microcontroller allowing robot control and video feedback across the internet. The controller can be operated from PC and Linux machines.
The VEXpro ARM9 Microcontroller requires a 7.2V Robot Battery, a VEXnet USB Adapter Key and a PC running Windows or Linux.
NOTE: The VEXpro ARM9 Microcontroller is not compatible with the VEXnet Key 2.0.
A USB A to mini B cable (sold separately) is required to configure Wifi encryption and to update firmware.
|Kit Contents||(1) VEXpro ARM9 Microcontroller|
|Downloads & Docs||Getting Started with the VEX ARM9 Microcontroller
VEX ARM9 Microcontroller User's Guide
VEX ARM9 Microcontroller Software Library
|I/O Ports||(12) 3-wire Motor Outputs
(4) 2-wire Motor Outputs
(1) I2C "Smart Sensor" Port
(1) UART Serial Port
(16) 12-bit Analog Inputs
(16) Fast Digital I/O (can be used as interrupts)
(1) Internal Speaker
(2) USB Ports
(1) USB mini-B Port
|Microcontroller||ARM9 User Processor
|Programming||Linux 2.6 (Openembedded)|
|Size||4.25in W x 6.5in L x 1.25in H|