mBot Instruction

mBot Instruction
Great tool for beginners to learn
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graphical programming, electronics
and robotics.
Quick Guide
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years old.
mBot is an educational robot kit for beginners to get hands-on experience about graphical
programming, electronics, and robotics. It is an all-in-one solution for robotics learning and
designed for STEM education.
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mCore
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Assembly
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Wiring
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Part list
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Remote control
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Graphical
programming-mBlock
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Wireless
communication
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Arduino
programming
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Part List
mCore
DC Power Jack
Bluetooth/2.4G module
2-pin connector for lithium battery
USB cable
mCore
Screw M4×8
6P6C RJ25 Cable
Reset
Screw driver
USB Type-B Connector
Power switch
Motor Port
Battery Holder
( 4 x AA batteries ,not included )
Velcro
Motor R
Chassis
Brass Stud M4×25
M3 nut
Me Ultrasonic Sensor
RJ25 Port
RJ25 Port
RGB LED
RGB LED
Screw M3×25
Motor L
Screw M4×8
Me Line Follower
Wheel
Roller Ball
2
Screw M2.2×9
Buzzer
IR Receiver
Screw M4×8
Button
Light Sensor
IR Emitter
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Assembly
Chassis
Motor R
M3 nut
Screw M3×25
×1
×1
×2
×2
Screw M2.2×9 ×2
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Motor L
M3 nut
Screw M3×25
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2
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Wheel
×1
×2
×2
×2
Screw M4×8
×2
Roller Ball
×1
Me Line Follower ×1
RJ25 Cable
×2
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Screw M4×8
Me Ultrasonic Sensor
×2
×1
Brass Stud M4×25
×4
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Wiring
Battery Holder
Velcro
×1
×1
AA battery holder
Bluetooth/2.4G module
Me Ultrasonic Sensor
Motor R
Screw M4×8
mCore
Lithium batter y
(Not included)
×4
×1
Motor R
Me Line Follower
Bluetooth/2.4G module ×1
Motor L
Motor L
You may need to switch the order of two
wires(M1, M2) to correct the rotation direction
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Batteries Suggestion
Remote Control
mCore's power supply: 3.7V DC — 6V DC
Mode 2: Wall
avoidance robot
Option 1:
Option 2:
Notice:
4 × AA batteries(Not included)
3.7V lithium battery(Not included) with a
CR2025 button cell battery for remote
standard 2-pin JST-PH connector.
control is not included .
Mode 1: Remote
manual control
Line follower robot
Mode 1: Remote manual control
Users can use buttons to control the
Support on-board charge via USB cable.
Forward
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B
D
C
E
Left
Mode 2: Wall avoidance robot
Right
A robot that can avoid walls and obstacles
Backward
while moving.
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direction and speed of mBot.
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Mode 3: Line follower robot
Set the speed
of the robot.
Line follower is a robot that can follow a
path. The path can be visible like a black
line on a white surface (or vice-versa)
Suggestion: Play mBots on the flat surface
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Graphical Prgramming-mBlock
Introduction
mBlock is a free modified version of Scratch
2.0 developed by MIT Media Lab. Added
Wireless Communication
1. Introduction of Bluetooth module
2. Introduction of 2.4G wireless serial
This Bluetooth module is designed specially for mCore with the support
of Bluetooth 2.0 and 4.0. It's suitable for both individual users and family.
Users can use their smart phones or computers to control the mBots
wirelessly with this module.
The 2.4G wireless serial includes two parts: 2.4G wireless serial-USB for
computer; 2.4G wireless serial-module for mCore. It uses the same
technology as wireless mouse and is very suitable for classroom. No
driver and pairing needed.
More detailed tutorials:
More detailed tutorials:
http://learn.makeblock.cc/mbot/
http://learn.makeblock.cc/mbot/
some hardware-related blocks based on
the original Scratch, mBlock enables users
to read sensors, control motors and even
the whole robot with ease.
Download: http://mblock.cc/download/
Get started with mBlock to program the mBot:
http://learn.makeblock.cc/mbot/
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Arduino Programming(C language)
Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. The Arduino
software consists of a development environment(IDE) and the core libraries. The IDE is written in Java and based on the Processing
development environment.
More detailed tutorials:
http://learn.makeblock.cc/mbot/
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Electronic Modules on Makeblock--Further Exploration
Me 3-Axis
Z
Accelerometer and Gyro
Sensor is used to measure
the angular rate and the
acceleration information of
your robot or other
devices. It is useful for
sumo robots to detect
X
bumps.
http://learn.makeblock.cc/ultrasonic-sensor/
Y
Me Sound Sensor
can measure the
volume.It can be
used in some
sound interactive
projects,such as
an voice operated
switch.
Me 7-Segment Display
is a display module
with four digits tube
which can show some
data....some data, such
as speed, time, score,
and etc.
Me Temperature
Sensor is a stainless
steel tube sensor
which is used for
measuring
temperature.
Me Potentiometer can
convert rotary motion to
an analog input which
can be used to control the
speed of a mobile robot,
the brightness of RGB
LEDs, or others.
Me PIR Motion
Sensor can detect
infrared ray which
derives from
animals/humans
within 19.7 feet (6
meters)
Me Joystick is
normally used to
control the moving
direction of object.
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