Question: What sensors are included in the standard version of Mio Robots?

Answer:

 

There are nearly ten kinds of discrete sensors on the main board of Mio robot, including two infrared transmitters, one infrared receiver, one light sensor, five 65536 color multi-color LED, one sound sensor, one wireless communication Bluetooth, one 24-bit audio speaker, one USB charging management and so on. Rich on-board sensors can easily achieve some simplified applications. For example: common application of corridor lamp. The light is dim in the light sensor, and the sound sensor detects the intensity of the corridor sound to a certain extent, which controls the brightness and white of the multi-color LED. We can easily use on-board sensors to solve common problems in life.

 

USB Bluetooth module: This module is Bluetooth host module. It can realize one-to-one code with Bluetooth module on board of Mio robot master board. In the course of classroom use, one-to-one control can not be realized because of the non-encryption and group control of infrared remote controller. After one-to-one code connection between host module and slave module, that is, no longer connected with other Mio robots, one person one machine can be realized and controlled separately.

 

Ultrasound ranging module: Ultrasound ranging module can realize distance measurement. It can be used to make obstacle avoidance robots, maze robots and other application scenarios.

 

Patrol Sensor: Patrol Sensor uses 3 patrol pairs, which is more accurate in path identification and easy to program the patrol control program. Common patrol sensors on the market are two-way patrol module, which makes programming more troublesome.

 

LED lattice module: can display some expressions and numerical information. The data acquired by the robot can be expressed more intuitively, and it is an indispensable tool module to play the robot.

 

Red Wire Remote Controller: It can realize the command control of the robot. For example: forward, backward, left, right, patrol mode, obstacle avoidance mode and so on.