Chapter 8 discussed why attachments are needed on robots to complete their missions. Although passive attachments can be very helpful, sometimes robot attachments need a bit more horsepower. By adding power to the robot attachments, you add a wide range of new functions that your robot can perform, such as grabbing, lifting, triggering, and even pushing. On the EV3 brick, there are only four power outlets, and for most robot designs, two of the outputs will be used for navigation. This leaves only two power sources for attachments, so you must use them wisely. Just like with the ...
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9. Power Attachments
James Jeffrey Trobaugh1
(1)Roswell, Georgia, USA