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Adeept Hexapod 6 Legs Spider Robot Kit for Arduino UNO R3 and Nano with 20PCS SG92R Servo Motor | 2.4G Wireless Remote Control | Obstacle Avoidance

In this robot kit, a complete set of hardware devices are provided as well as example code for your learning. You can also write the code for control by yourself. By programming the robot, you can control each leg and even each joint, and truly feel the t
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Developed based on Arduino, this 6 Legs spider robot simulates the movements of 6-leg insects via programming in the Arduino IDE and controlling 19 servos. 

Hexapod robot, or spider robot, is one type of multi-legged robots. The design of this robot is derived from insects in nature, especially principles of their movement. 

In this robot kit, a complete set of hardware devices are provided as well as example code for your learning. You can also write the code for control by yourself. By programming the robot, you can control each leg and even each joint, and truly feel the thrill and joy of learning and making. 
The Adeept Arduino UNO R3 board is used as the core control board for this kit, and an Adeept 32 Channel PWM Driver board for control of 19 servos onside.

After assembly, you can see 2 parts, the hexapod robot and a remote control. They communicate through NRF24L01 2.4G wireless communication module on each.

Download the tutorials from this link:

1,The 6-Legs Spider Robot kit is designed based on Arduino UNO R3 and Nano. This is a complete and fun Arduino/Robot
learning kit. We carefully prepared a detailed guidebook/tutorial(PDF), the guidebook contains complete circuit
diagrams and assembly steps, according to our tutorial, you will be able to easily build your own Spider Robot.
2,The entire system is divided into two parts, the Spider Robot and the remote control, the communication between them
based on NRF24L01 2.4G wireless module.
3,Adeept Arduino UNO R3 and Nano are included.
4,Quick-responding technical support for free.
5,Working Voltage: DC 7V~12V, Powered by four 18650 rechargeable lithium batteries.(This kit does not contain
batteries and you need to prepare yourself)

Package List:
1 Set Acrylic Plates
1x Adeept Arduino UNO R3
1x Adeept Arduino Nano
1x Adeept PCA9685-Based 32-Channel PWM Servo Driver
1x Adeept Remote Control Board
1x NRF24L01 2.4G Wireless Transmission Module
1x NRF24L01 2.4G Wireless Transmission Module with PA and Antenna
20x Servo(SG92R)
1x Ultrasonic Module 
1x RGB LED Module
1x Passive Buzzer Module
2x 18650x2 Battery Holder
1x 3-Pin Wire
10x Male to Female Wire
10x Female to Female Wire
1x Large Cross Screwdriver
1x Slotted Screwdriver
1x Cross Screwdriver
1x Cross Socket Wrench
1x USB Cable
1x Mini USB Cable
1x Wingding Pipe
1x Ribbon
1x Rubber Sleeve
40x M2 Nut
44x M3 Nut
6x M1.4*6 Self-tapping Screw 
6x M3*10 Countersunk Head Screw
50x M2*8 Screw
4x M2*10 Screw
8x M3*5 Screw
34x M3*8 Screw
2x M3*14 Screw
4x M3*30 Screw
6x M3*6 Copper Standoff

Customer Reviews
Recent Reviews
  • Bydfmartin@gmx.de
  • Mar 24, 2018
Servos exactly initialized according to the tutorial. Software for Hexapot and remote compiled and loaded. Conclusion: Hexapot can be controlled by remote control, but has a complete wrong Beeingometrie. Not to think about running. Obviously, several users are doing so. Do you have any advice now?

  • By32 Channel PWM Drive not working as expected
  • Jan 05, 2018
Regarding the description and wrong mounting, my description was correct in any step, but the black parts and dark blue servos give me sometimes a bad contrast, so you have to be very careful. The overview of each mounting step is a good idea to check, if you have the mounting step done well.

The Adeept 32 Channel PWM Drive V1.0 with two 18650 Lithium-Batteries (mine had ~ 8,3V full loaded) leads during the switch on to a "short cut situation" where the DC/DC converter GS2678 together PWM controller and about 6-7 attached servos came into a shortcut state (power supply voltage brakes down to ~ 2V) and do never get out! With all 19 servos attached to the "32 Channel PWM Drive" the voltage status LEDs on the board and the Arduino board reflect this by doing not light.

A possible workaround was a small circuit (resistor in parallel a p-MOS-FET and a RC) to limit the switch-on current to get the "32 Channel PWM Drive" working. I did not discover the real reason of the fault in the circuit as I have not the right equipment available, for someone without knowledge about electronics this is a no-go.

Additional the mounting of the "32 Channel PWM Drive" on the Arduino board could lead to a shortcut between some soldered pins of  "32 Channel PWM Drive" and the metal case of the RJ45 or the PINs on the other end of the Arduino board.

Finally there is still a problem with provided software also not working as shown in the video to get the hexpod moving via remote control. But this might be only a software / flashing problem I have to try again.

  • ByServo rocker arms assembly wrong in tutorial!
  • Dec 19, 2017
It seems not possible to obtain right position of arms with the tutorial assembly explanations.
I will unmount all servos (argh!) and then correct and update

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