XBee Customizable Handheld Controller

Quantum Robotics is looking for funding on Kickstarter for two XBee based controller. They already reached their goal of $7,000 but you can still contribute and get a first run controller.

Q4 Controller

  • 32 Channels
  • 4 Gimbals Joysticks (Horizontal, Vertical, & Push-button control)
  • 4 (10K Ohm Linear) Potentiometer Dial Controls
  • 10 Push-buttons
  • 6 Toggle Switch Controls
  • 1 Power On/Off Toggle
  • Micro SD Card Slot
  • 2x20 Serial LCD
  • Power requirements: 6-9 VDC (2S 500mAh Lipo or 9V battery

Q2 Controller

  • 24 Channels
  • 2 RC Gimbals (Horizontal & Vertical control)
  • 4 (10K Ohm Linear) Potentiometer Dial Controls
  • 10 Push-buttons
  • 6 Toggle Switch Controls
  • 1 Power On/Off Toggle
  • Micro SD Card Slot
  • 2x20 Serial LCD
  • Power requirements: 6-9 VDC (2S 500mAh Lipo or 9V battery)

 

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