KIT "TRČEĆA BUBA" Velleman MK127

Osnovne značajke
  • Šifra proizvoda: 8090222637
72,00 kn u dućanu
68,40 kn
Isporučivo: 1 dan
Jednokratno plaćanje:
Internet bankarstvo (virman)
American Express, MasterCard, VISA, Maestro
Obročno plaćanje:
American Express 2-10 rata
DOSTUPNOST PO POSLOVNICAMA:
ZAGREB - VUKOVARSKA, SPLIT, RIJEKA, OSIJEK, ZAGREB - ARENA, ZADAR, ŠIBENIK, PULA, WEB SHOP
  • Velleman

    Velleman je kompanija specijalizirana za elektroniku. Osnovana je 1975. godine u Belgiji. Velleman je renomirani proizvođač kit elektronike. Chipoteka vam nudi kablove, generatore funkcija, bušilice, prijemnike, kanalne predajnike, alarm simulatore, 3D pisače i pripadajuću dodatnu opremu marke Velleman.

  • OPIS

    Attractive bright coloured bug-shaped miniature robot. The microbug is always hungry for light and travels toward it!

    two open chassis subminiature motors
    adjustable light sensitivity for a very wide luminous intensity range, enables the user to control its bug-like behaviour
    LED 'eyes' indicate driving direction
    stops in total darkness
    power supply: 2 x 1.5V AAA batteries (not incl.)
    dimensions: 100 x 60mm (4.0" x 2.4")
    http://www.velleman.be/downloads/files/spotlights/digimagazines/kitcat2006_en/800/download/magazine.pdf

    Specifications

    power supply: 2 x 1.5V AAA batteries (not incl.)
    dimensions: 100 x 60mm / 4.0 x 2.4"

    Extras

    To our valued customers:

    It has been brought to our attention that some batches of MK127/MK129 might contain motors with different polarity indications than the ones mentioned in the manuals.

    Two types are available:

    1) Motors, where the '+' is indicated by a plus-sign in a circle.

    2) Motors, with a red mark close to one of the connections. This mark indicates the MINUS of the motor.

    Future manuals will feature instructions for both types of motors.
    If you have any doubt, you can check the sense of rotation by applying 1.5..3V to the motor, using the supplied battery connector and observe the sense of rotation.

    Sorry if this has caused any confusion.

    The Velleman Projects Team