Studica Blackhawk Expansion Board is a programmable expansion add on for your WorldSkills Mobile Robot.The board is used with the Studica MD2 driver board and the NI myRIO to control servo motors and to add additional sensor expansion and I/O including limit switches and relays.
Requires Studica MD2 Driver Board and NI myRIO with LabVIEW and StudicaToolkit
Included with WorldSkills Mobile Robotics Collection or may be purchased as an upgrade for existing customers with Collection 2017 or 2018 and MD2.
The Studica WSR Robotic Expansion Board features:
5V - 3A Servo power that supports to 2 additional servos
5V - 5A additional power output
5V and 12V FPV camera power
Dedicated myRIO and Radio power ports to power both devices easily
3 Digit Voltmeter to give the current battery voltage
Reverse Voltage Protection
3 on board Relays, 1 of the Relays can be changed into a timed switch for an indicator light by flipping the switch next to the relay to enable the timer.
Arduino like Microcontroller on board to give sensor feedback to the myRIO
4 Sharp Sensor ports
2 Studica Line Follower Sensor ports
16 Pulled high Limit Switch ports
Arduino 1.0 Header
Superfast 84 MHz speed
Dedicated I2C header to plug directly into the I2C header of the MD2 board
The Jog/Shuttle Controller is a human interface device to aid speedy and accurate manual positioning of the axes of the PCNC1100. It serves the role of the device often termed an Electronic Handwheel or MPG.
The Studica VMX leverages five recent key technology developments,
Highly-integrated, inexpensive, WiFi-enabled, multi-core Linux computing platform with lots of USB IO for expansion
32-bit ARM Microcontrollers incorporating sophisticated I/O and digital communications engines
Low-cost MEMs Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs)
Powerful software providing rich libraries and tools for developing robot software in C++, Java
CAN bus for high-speed, real-time communication between devices
The Studica VMX Technology Enables,
Far richer development environments and tools
Because VMX is much more than a robot controller – it is a powerful, Linux-based desktop computing platform with network/monitor/keyboard/mouse support.
Very powerful software features
State-of-the-art software development GUIs (e.g., VS Code) libraries and tools (drive- train kinematics, path-planning, vision processing, autonomous navigation, performance data acquisition/playback)
Access to cutting-edge sensors (for use outside the competition)
VMX’s multitude of modern digital communications interfaces and Linux-based operating system allow users to directly access most modern devices (e.g., Intel RealSense tracking and depth cameras and LIDAR