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Austra16. $1.60 New Zealand $1.75 Malaysia $4.95 PRACTI CAL ELECTRON CS JULY 1984 90p ige D D I D LOGIC ANALVBE ADDRESS DATA f 1415 16 Sits ADORES! LEAN IT POWER HOLD DATA 0 TRIGGER NOE IRIGET R OUTPUT Si SLI isu AD Low -price ._. .., HEBOT II robots from Turtle-type robot POWERTRAN - hydraulically powered For a ittle over E100. Herbot II takes programming oft the VDU and into the real world. Each wheel is independently controlled by a computer, enabling the robot to perform an almost infinite number of moves. It has blinking eyes, a two-tone bleep and a solenoid -operated pen to chart its moves. Touch sensors, coupled to its shell return data about its environment to the computer - microprocessor controlled enabling evasive or exploratory action to be calculated. The robot connects directly to an I/O port or, via the interface board, to the expansion bus of a ZX81 or other microcomputer. The UK -designed and manufactured range of Genesis HEBOT II general purpose robots provides a first-rate introduction to robotics for both education and industry. Weight 1.8kg complete kit with assembly instructions £95 interface t-oard kit £11 Each robot in the Genesis range has a self-contained GENESIS MICROGRASP hydraulic power source P101 operated from single phase 240 or 120v AC or from a 12v DC supply. Up to six independent axes are capable of simultaneous operation and all except the grip axis have sensing devices fitted to provide positional control by a closed loop system based on a dedicated microprocessor. Movement sequences can be programmed by means of a hand-held controller or the systems can be interfaced with an external A real programmable robot for under £300! Micrograsp computer via a has an articulated arm jointed at shoulder, elbow and wrist standard positions. The entire arm rotates about its base and there is a RS232C link. motor driver, gripper. All five axes are motor driven and four of these are servo controlled giving positive positioning. The robot can be controlled by any microcomputer with an expansion bus - The top -of -the -range P102 has dual speed control, the Sinclair ZX81 being particularly suitable. enhanced memory and double acting cylinders for increased torque on the wrist and arm joints. There is position MICROGRASP interrogation via the RS232C interface, increasing the Universal computer interface

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