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Microcomputer Robot Wheeled Type

by  Tamiya
Product Description
This item is a educational construction kit assembled from various materials (plastic, metal, etc.).   Click here for sizing chart.

Adapted from the manufacturer:

Microcomputer-Controlled Fun

Use this kit to build a wheeled robot that runs on a BBC micro:bit microcomputer, ultrasonic sensor, and motor driver circuit. A pre-installed program allows the robot to issue orders to its motors avoid obstacles by using data passed on by the ultrasonic sensor. The head and arms move with the robot.

Additional parts can be used to remote control the robot (parts sold separately), and BBC micro:bits can be coded with original programs on a computer, as well.

A Great Intro to Coding!

Once you've assembled your robot and installed the required batteries, you can use the pre-installed BBC micro:bit program to play with your robot. Using a computer, you can code additional actions as you like via the BBC micro:bit; the free online MakeCode editor is recommended! It uses intuitive visual programming, where you combine different individual commands in blocks to achieve your final program. For those who wish to, a second BBC micro:bit (sold separately) can be used as a remote controller.

micro:bit is a registered trademark of Micro:bit Educational Foundation.

  • [Size]: About 13.6cm long, 12.8cm wide, 11.6cm tall

Requires two R6/AA/UM3 batteries to operate (not included).

Assembly Guide
Educational Construction
Date Released:
December 2019
Package Size/Weight:
35.2 x 20.0 x 8.0 cm / 650g


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