Don't ad-block us - support your favorite websites. We have safe, unobstrusive, robotics related ads that you actually want to see - see here for more.
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
should I just buy a wireless webcam?
I need to know if:1. I can apply my pan and tilt system I listed above to this
2. How do I plug it into my computer or TV?
I mean I could get this but I think it's a little pricey. Is $90 pricey in the world of these:http://servocity.com/html/2_4ghz_color_video_system.html?
+1 on price of the body
What does that mean?
What about the camera. have you decided what you'll use?
I heard that tracks are hard to tension and get perfect. Should I just use wheels if I decide to make my own chassis?Also, If I do make it, I'm probably going to use HDPE from McMaster.comCan HDPE be cut be a utility knife? I mean relatively easy. I know that chassis is kind of a ripoff. If I had the tools, I would so make it.
I want to get this battery (FUTABA): (http://www.servocity.com/html/4_8v_600mah_nicad_battery.html) the FUTABA one because my receiver is Futaba. But then the only NiCd charger says Hitec!!! Are they compatible.Here is the charger: http://www.servocity.com/html/cg-25_charger.html
Yea, then you should have the caster in front.
Because the regular AA holder doesn't have the molex pins that you plug into your receiver. It has a black and a red wire with the metal just sticking out.you mean in the back?I mean in the back like if there are 3 wheels, the ones with the servos are in front when it's going forward.
So, it doesn't matter if you only have two wires in a three pin molex connector and you connect it to the battery pins which has 3 pins sticking out?
I don't know how to attach a battery holder to the receiver pins.
Also I heard that it is better to put the caster in the back. Is that true?