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  • Manufacturer: Society of Robots
  • Voltage: 6 - 7.2 VDC
  • Communication: I2C, UART, SPI
  • [Here Spec Sheet]

The Axon was developed for robots that go beyond the basics. With the Axon, you will no longer need to worry about not having enough I/O as it has 55+ for you to use - up to 16 ports for analog sensors, and up to 18 for interrupts. You will never be wanting of UART, as there are 3 directly available, with a 4th used for a USB connection directly to your PC. No additional programmer needed due to a built in programmer (bootloader). Lastly, extensive source code and tutorials have been developed to make it easy enough for a beginner.


For detailed information, please refer to the Axon Datasheet.


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