The NIBO burger robot kit is a free programmable autonomous robot with 9 sensors. He is able to react stand-alone on his environment.
NIBO burger has an Atmel ATmega16 AVR main controller and several sensors to percept his surroundings. An integrated USB programmer also acts as charger for the rechargeable batteries. On the upper board there is an integrated slot for ARDUINO shields.
The variable sensor system contains 7 sensor bricks, which can be plugged into 10 sensor slots. 3 colour sensor bricks enable the robot to detect different colours. With 4 IR sensor bricks it is possible to detect different objects contact-free.
There are two possible versions to assemble the transmission unit: the 25:1 gear transmission ratio allows high speed driving, the 125:1 gear transmission ratio allows precise driving.
A construction manual with many illustrations explains the assembly and the necessary soldering step by step. The Open-Source library NiboRoboLib implements all important basic functions. After assembling you can directly start with own programming. The interactive Coding-Tutorial, a programming-tutorial for ARDUINO and the online community provide a motivating support.
|Microcontroller||ATmega16A with 16 kB Flash, 1 kB SRAM, 15 MHz
ATtiny44A with 4 kB Flash, 256 Byte SRAM, 15 MHz
|Sensors||4 IR-sensor-bricks, 3 colour-sensor-bricks|
|Actuators||2 motors with 125:1 / 25:1 gear ratio|
|Odometry||2 IR-sensors for rotation speed detection|
|Code examples||Following lines, avoiding objects, following objects, colour detection|
|Coding LEDs||4 free programmable LEDs (ultrabright)|
|Function display||3 LEDs: Power, Programming and Charging|
|Shield interface||D0+D1 (UART), D2-D4, D10-D13 (SPI), A0, GND, VCC, RESET, SDA+SCL (I²C)|
|Dimensions||126 x 108 x 58 mm (WxLxH), 295 g (with batteries)|
|Power supply||4 Micro-Akkus AAA (not included in delivery)|
|Content||Construction kit, USB cable, CD with construction manual, programming-tutorial, schematics and data sheets|