The Kitbot chassis was designed in 2005 to provide FRC teams with a simple reliable drivetrain design, which emphasizes versatility and configurability. It has many adjustment options, and can be constructed in numerous size and orientation configurations.
- All pieces sold individually
- 5052-H34 Aluminum
On Sunday, January 6, the VEXpro team designed, prototyped and built a robot chassis and drivetrain intended for use by FRC teams in the 2013 game, Ultimate Ascent.
- 0.125" thick 5052-H32 Aluminum
- Frame Dimensions: 23.5" x 31.5"
- Chassis Kit Weight: 6.83 lbs (metal only)
- Supports 4WD, 6WD, 8WD
- Compatible with 4” and 6” wheels
Variable speed control for both 12 V and 24 V brushed DC motors at up to 40 A continuous current. Analog and quadrature encoder interfaces, high-performance Controller Area Network (CAN) interfaces, and an RS232 port.
- Quiet control of brushed DC motors.
- High current capacity with low voltage drop.
- Color-coded screw terminals for all power wiring.
The VEXpro ARM9 Microcontroller provides the power and sophistication that the most advanced VEX users want. With capabilities aimed at the university and research markets, this controller allows robot control and video feedback from across the internet. It has built in bi-directional communication for wireless driving, debugging and downloading using an 802.11 b/g wireless link.
Spike is a 20 Amp, H-Bridge Relay Module that is small enough to be remotely mounted almost anywhere on your robot. Spike is designed for driving small motors in forward, reverse, or stop (brake).
- Ideal for 2 independent solenoids, light, pumps.
- Design will accept auto-resetting circuit breaker.
- Compact design.