Rover5 BOM

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  • Pololu Dagu Rover 5 -
    DaguRover5.jpg
    The Rover Demonstration Case Studies are constructed around the Dagu Electronics Rover5 two-wheel-drive tracked robot chassis. The chassis is also available in a four-wheel drive version, but the two-wheel drive is sufficient for this project, is less expensive, and requires the usage of fewer i/os to control the motors.

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BOM:

  • 1 Rover 5 Robot chassis
  • 1 Raspberry PI 3
  • 1 16Go Micro SD-Card
  • 1 Pololu RPi hat motor controller #2756
  • 1 connector to be soldered on the #2756 controler
  • 1 LED (SeedStudio Grove system)
  • 1 Pi Camera
  • 4 Infra Red sensors Sharp 0A41SK
  • 2 Ultra Sonic sensors HR-SR04
  • 1 Digital compass
  • 1 MCP 3008 Analog/Digital Converter or MCP 32008 Analog/Digital Converter
  • 1 Bread board (170 points is enough)

3D printed parts: TBC

Not on the image:

  • Wires
  • Battery with 2 USB ports
  • 1 USB cable (for the RPi3)
  • 1 USB cable modified to power the motor controller

Potential extra parts:

  • Pololu extension plates
  • accelerometer
  • gyroscope

Potential Kits

Part Price Basic Extended Notes
Quantity Cost Quantity Cost
Rover 5 Robot Chassis $50 1 $50 1 $50
Raspberry Pi 3 $40 1 $40 1 $40
16 GB MicroSD card $8 1 $8 1 $8
Humidity and Temperature Sensor $15 1 $15 1 $15
LED $1 1 $1 1 $1
PI Camera $25 1 $25 1 $25
PI Camera Case $8 1 $8 1 $8
Sharp GP2Y0A41SK0F Analog Distance Sensor $10 2 $20 2 $20
Connector for Sharp sensor $1 1 $1 1 $1
Pololu RPi hat motor controller #2756 $35 1 $35 1 $35
Motor controller connector $1 1 $1 1 $1
MCP 3008 8-channel 10-bit SDC for Pi $7 1 $7 1 $7
Bread Board (170 points) with wires $9 1 $9 1 $9
USB Cable (Pi) $5 1 $5 1 $5
USB Cable (Motor Controler) $5 1 $5 1 $5
Lithium-Ion Li rechargeable battery pack $15 1 $15 1 $15
$0 0 $0 0 $0
Total: $245 Total: $245