Robotis TurtleBot3 Burger (incl. Raspberry Pi 4)

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Description

World’s Most Popular ROS Platform

TurtleBot is the most popular open source robot for education and research. The new generation TurtleBot3 is a small, low cost, fully programmable, ROS based mobile robot. It is intended to be used for education, research, hobby and product prototyping.

Affordable Cost

TurtleBot was developed to meet the cost-conscious needs of schools, laboratories and companies. TurtleBot3 is the most affordable robot among the SLAM-able mobile robots equipped with a 360° Laser Distance Sensor LDS-01.

Small Size

The dimension of TurtleBot3 Burger is only 138 x 178 x 192 mm (L x W x H). Its size is about 1/4 of the size of the predecessor. Imagine keeping TurtleBot3 in your backpack and develop your program and test it anywhere you go.

ROS Standard

The TurtleBot brand is managed by Open Robotics, which develops and maintains ROS. Nowadays, ROS has become the go-to platform for all the roboticists around the world. TurtleBot can be integrated with existing ROS-based robot components, but TurtleBot3 can be an affordable platform for whom want to get started learning ROS.

Extensibility

TurtleBot3 encourages users to customize its mechanical structure with some alternative options: open source embedded board (as a control board), computer and sensors. TurtleBot3 Burger is a two-wheeled differential drive type platform but it is able to be structurally and mechanically customized in many ways: Cars, Bikes, Trailers and so on. Extend your ideas beyond imagination with various SBC, sensors and motors on a scalable structure.

Modular Actuator for Mobile Robot

TurtleBot3 is able to get a precise spatial data by using 2 DYNAMIXEL’s in the wheel joints. DYNAMIXEL XM series can be operated by one of 6 operating modes (XL series: 4 operating modes): Velocity control mode for wheels, Torque control mode or Position control mode for joint, etc. DYNAMIXEL can be used even to make a mobile manipulator which is light but can be precisely controlled with velocity, torque and position control. DYNAMIXEL is a core component that makes TurtleBot3 perfect. It is easy to assemble, maintain, replace and reconfigure.

Open Control Board for ROS

The control board is open-sourced in hardware wise and in software wise for ROS communication. The open source control board OpenCR1.0 is powerful enough to control not only DYNAMIXEL’s but also ROBOTIS sensors that are frequently being used for basic recognition tasks in cost effective way. Various sensors such as Touch sensor, Infrared sensor, Color sensor and a handful more are available. The OpenCR1.0 has an IMU sensor inside the board so that it can enhance precise control for countless applications. The board has 3.3 V, 5 V, 12 V power supplies to reinforce the available computer device lineups.

Strong Sensor Lineups

TurtleBot3 Burger uses enhanced 360° LiDAR, 9-Axis Inertial Measurement Unit and precise encoder for your research and development.

Open Source

The hardware, firmware and software of TurtleBot3 are open source which means that users are welcomed to download, modify and share source codes. All components of TurtleBot3 are manufactured with injection molded plastic to achieve low cost, however, the 3D CAD data is also available for 3D printing.

Specifications

Maximum translational velocity 0.22 m/s
Maximum rotational velocity 2.84 rad/s (162.72 deg/s)
Maximum payload 15 kg
Size (L x W x H) 138 x 178 x 192 mm
Weight (+ SBC + Battery + Sensors) 1 kg
Threshold of climbing 10 mm or lower
Expected operating time 2h 30m
Expected charging time 2h 30m
SBC (Single Board Computers) Raspberry Pi 4 (2 GB RAM)
MCU 32-bit ARM Cortex-M7 with FPU (216 MHz, 462 DMIPS)
Actuator XL430-W250
LDS (Laser Distance Sensor) 360 Laser Distance Sensor LDS-01 or LDS-02
IMU Gyroscope 3 Axis
Accelerometer 3 Axis
Power connectors 3.3 V/800 mA
5 V/4 A
12 V/1 A
Expansion pins GPIO 18 pins
Arduino 32 pin
Peripheral 3x UART, 1x CAN, 1x SPI, 1x I²C, 5x ADC, 4x 5-pin OLLO
DYNAMIXEL ports 3x RS485, 3x TTL
Audio Several programmable beep sequences
Programmable LEDs 4x User LED
Status LEDs 1x Board status LED
1x Arduino LED
1x Power LED
Buttons and Switches 2x Push buttons, 1x Reset button, 2x Dip switch
Battery Lithium polymer 11.1 V 1800 mAh / 19.98 Wh 5C
PC connection USB
Firmware upgrade via USB / via JTAG
Power adapter (SMPS) Input: 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 1.5 A @max
Output: 12 VDC, 5 A

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    Description

    World’s Most Popular ROS Platform

    TurtleBot is the most popular open source robot for education and research. The new generation TurtleBot3 is a small, low cost, fully programmable, ROS based mobile robot. It is intended to be used for education, research, hobby and product prototyping.

    Affordable Cost

    TurtleBot was developed to meet the cost-conscious needs of schools, laboratories and companies. TurtleBot3 is the most affordable robot among the SLAM-able mobile robots equipped with a 360° Laser Distance Sensor LDS-01.

    Small Size

    The dimension of TurtleBot3 Burger is only 138 x 178 x 192 mm (L x W x H). Its size is about 1/4 of the size of the predecessor. Imagine keeping TurtleBot3 in your backpack and develop your program and test it anywhere you go.

    ROS Standard

    The TurtleBot brand is managed by Open Robotics, which develops and maintains ROS. Nowadays, ROS has become the go-to platform for all the roboticists around the world. TurtleBot can be integrated with existing ROS-based robot components, but TurtleBot3 can be an affordable platform for whom want to get started learning ROS.

    Extensibility

    TurtleBot3 encourages users to customize its mechanical structure with some alternative options: open source embedded board (as a control board), computer and sensors. TurtleBot3 Burger is a two-wheeled differential drive type platform but it is able to be structurally and mechanically customized in many ways: Cars, Bikes, Trailers and so on. Extend your ideas beyond imagination with various SBC, sensors and motors on a scalable structure.

    Modular Actuator for Mobile Robot

    TurtleBot3 is able to get a precise spatial data by using 2 DYNAMIXEL’s in the wheel joints. DYNAMIXEL XM series can be operated by one of 6 operating modes (XL series: 4 operating modes): Velocity control mode for wheels, Torque control mode or Position control mode for joint, etc. DYNAMIXEL can be used even to make a mobile manipulator which is light but can be precisely controlled with velocity, torque and position control. DYNAMIXEL is a core component that makes TurtleBot3 perfect. It is easy to assemble, maintain, replace and reconfigure.

    Open Control Board for ROS

    The control board is open-sourced in hardware wise and in software wise for ROS communication. The open source control board OpenCR1.0 is powerful enough to control not only DYNAMIXEL’s but also ROBOTIS sensors that are frequently being used for basic recognition tasks in cost effective way. Various sensors such as Touch sensor, Infrared sensor, Color sensor and a handful more are available. The OpenCR1.0 has an IMU sensor inside the board so that it can enhance precise control for countless applications. The board has 3.3 V, 5 V, 12 V power supplies to reinforce the available computer device lineups.

    Strong Sensor Lineups

    TurtleBot3 Burger uses enhanced 360° LiDAR, 9-Axis Inertial Measurement Unit and precise encoder for your research and development.

    Open Source

    The hardware, firmware and software of TurtleBot3 are open source which means that users are welcomed to download, modify and share source codes. All components of TurtleBot3 are manufactured with injection molded plastic to achieve low cost, however, the 3D CAD data is also available for 3D printing.

    Specifications

    Maximum translational velocity 0.22 m/s
    Maximum rotational velocity 2.84 rad/s (162.72 deg/s)
    Maximum payload 15 kg
    Size (L x W x H) 138 x 178 x 192 mm
    Weight (+ SBC + Battery + Sensors) 1 kg
    Threshold of climbing 10 mm or lower
    Expected operating time 2h 30m
    Expected charging time 2h 30m
    SBC (Single Board Computers) Raspberry Pi 4 (2 GB RAM)
    MCU 32-bit ARM Cortex-M7 with FPU (216 MHz, 462 DMIPS)
    Actuator XL430-W250
    LDS (Laser Distance Sensor) 360 Laser Distance Sensor LDS-01 or LDS-02
    IMU Gyroscope 3 Axis
    Accelerometer 3 Axis
    Power connectors 3.3 V/800 mA
    5 V/4 A
    12 V/1 A
    Expansion pins GPIO 18 pins
    Arduino 32 pin
    Peripheral 3x UART, 1x CAN, 1x SPI, 1x I²C, 5x ADC, 4x 5-pin OLLO
    DYNAMIXEL ports 3x RS485, 3x TTL
    Audio Several programmable beep sequences
    Programmable LEDs 4x User LED
    Status LEDs 1x Board status LED
    1x Arduino LED
    1x Power LED
    Buttons and Switches 2x Push buttons, 1x Reset button, 2x Dip switch
    Battery Lithium polymer 11.1 V 1800 mAh / 19.98 Wh 5C
    PC connection USB
    Firmware upgrade via USB / via JTAG
    Power adapter (SMPS) Input: 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 1.5 A @max
    Output: 12 VDC, 5 A

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