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RobotLogic was formed by two battlebot builders Byon Garrabrant and Greg Hjelstrom in November 2001. Since then, our devices have been used in many combat and hobby robotics projects.

The latest addition to our line of robotics mixers is the Mecanum mixer! Now that there are sources for mecanum wheels and you can use our mixer to solve the controls problem, we hope to see more robots using Mecanum drivetrains!



Products:

Joystick / Deluxe Motor Tester
This device has a joystick which can control two robotics motors. It has several modes designed test or control various types of robotics mechanisms. This joystick is compatible with the popular Vex(R) robotics system.
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IMX-1 Invertible Mixer

This RC mixer is specifically designed to allow driving a tank steering robot with a single control stick. An invert feature controlled by an RC channel allows driving the robot inverted. Even non-invertable robots can benefit from the invert feature because inverted controls will allow the robot to be easily driven backwards, leading with the rear.

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Servo Tester
This device will output the same signal that RC gear uses. Just plug a reciever battery and the device that you want to test into it and turn the knob!
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SB-3 Signal Booster
The SB-3 signal booster can boost 3 RC channels for use with popular speed controllers such as the Victor-833. The SB-3 also provides signal splitting, eliminating the need for Y-cables. The first input is replicated to 3 output connectors and the other two inputs are replicated to 2 output connectors each. The LED on the SB-3 indicates power and signal status.

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Mecanum Mixer
This RC mixer is designed for 4-wheel mecanum drive robots. It mixes three input RC channels: x, y, and spin to generate the appropriate signals for motors controlling four mecanum wheels.

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OMX-3 Omni-Directional Mixer
This RC mixer is designed for three wheeled omni-directional robots. It mixes three input RC channels: x, y, and spin to generate the appropriate signals for motors controlling three omni-directional wheels mounted 120 degrees from each other.

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