Introduction to PI version robots

  • Supported device models

    Robot Introduction
    myPalletizer 260 PI Introduction
    mechArm 270 PI Introduction
    myCobot 280 PI Introduction
    myCobot 320 PI Introduction
    myBuddy 280 Introduction
  • PI device function description

    • PI version robots is a joint product developed by Elephant Robotics and Raspberry Pi. Adopting the Raspberry PI 4B as its core processor, and reserving the origin hardware interface of RaspBerry PI 4B, the robotic arm meets the application needs of Linux system with one-in-all structure for portable robot development. Featuring built-in Ubuntu 18.04. system as well as development environments like Python, ROS and myBlockly, it can be developed after connecting with displayer without matching with PC.

    • PI version robotic arms is embedded with Raspberry PI 4B, 1.5GHz 4-core microprocessor, runs Debian/Ubuntu platform, supports 4 USB channels, 2 HDMI channels, standardized GPIO interface, TF card is removable

  • PI robots are computer hosts

    • The essence of the PI version robotic arms is a development board with an independent system, which can be seen as a miniature computer host. The communication between the host and the host cannot be simply constituted by a wire. It can only be connected to an independent monitor, and equipped with power supply, mouse and keyboard, and can be developed and operated after entering the built-in system of the development board
  • The difference between PI robots and other robots

    Detailed differences between the M5 and PI versions can be found here

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