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Adeept Mars Rover PiCar-B WiFi Smart Robot Car Kit for Raspberry Pi 4/3 Model B+/B/2B, Speech Recognition, OpenCV Target Tracking, STEM Kit

The PiCar-B is a AI robot car kit based on Raspberry Pi. It is designed for beginners and professionals to learn AI, Robotics and electronics. We have written a detailed and illustrated manual with which you can quickly complete the assembly of the robot.
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The PiCar-B is an AI robot car kit based on Raspberry Pi. It is designed for beginners and professionals to learn AI, Robotics and electronics. We have written a detailed and illustrated manual with which you can quickly complete the assembly of the robot.

Features:
  • STEM Educational Robot - An complete AI(Artificial Intelligence) robot kit based on the Raspberry Pi(Compatible with RPi 4/3B/3B+/2B/2B+, Raspberry Pi is NOT included).
  • Speech Recognition - PiCar-B can be controlled by voice; Object Recognition and Tracking - based on openCV; Automatic Obstacle Avoidance - based on ultrasonic sensor; Line Tracking - based on infrared reflection; C/S Architecture - can be remotely controlled by APP on PC; WS2812 RGB LEDs - can change a variety of colors, full of technology; Real-time Video Transmission.
  • Easy to Assemble and Coding - A 81-page PDF manual with illustrations is considerately prepared for you, which teaches you to assemble your Raspberry Pi robot step by step; Easy-to-understand Python code is provided, with beautiful and practical GUI program(compatible with Windows and Linux operating systems).
  • Strong Technical Support - Official forum, Blog, YouTube video and instant feedback with E-mails.
  • Powered by 2x18650 batteries(NOT included). You need to prepare your own batteries.

PiCar-B has the following characteristics:
1. Speech Recognition - it can understand your words and then execute your commands;
2. Object Recognition and Tracking - based on openCV,can track objects of a specific shape or color;
3. Line Tracking - based on infrared reflection, it can walk along the route you set;
4. Automatic Obstacle Avoidance - based on ultrasonic sensor, it can avoid obstacles ahead and find the next path;
5. Real-time Video Transmission - it can transfer the real-time images taken by the Raspberry Pi camera to a remote computer.
6. Remotely Controlled by APP - You can remotely control the robot through the buttons on the keyboard or the virtual buttons on the GUI.
7. Equipped with 12x WS8212 serial RGB LEDs, these RGB LEDs can be controlled through only one GPIO pin, which can change a variety of colors and indicate the working state of the robot.


Video:
http://www.adeept.com/video/details/index/id/28

Download Tutorials:
https://www.adeept.com/learn/detail-33.html

Package List:
1 Set Acrylic Plates
1x Adeept Motor HAT V2.0
1x Raspberry Pi Camera(with Cable)
1x USB Microphone
1x Ultrasonic Sensor Module
2x Adeept RGB LED Module
4x Adeept WS2812 RGB LED Module
1x Adeept 3CH Line Tracking Module
3x Servo
1x Gear Motor
4x Wheels
1x Battery Holder
1x Cross Socket Wrench
2x Cross Screwdriver(Small and Large)
1x Winding Pipe
10x Bearing(6*F624ZZ + 4*F687ZZ)
2x Umbrella Gear Set
Other necessary accessories(Wires, Nuts, Screws, Copper Standoffs, Couplings)
Customer Reviews
Recent Reviews
  • ByArshaque Ali
  • Jul 24, 2021
The kit is wonderful! It is easy to assemble, although it might take a while (which is a great learning experience itself). The one problem I've noticed is that the servo on which the head of the robot is attached rattles when it is moved left to right. It seems like the servo cannot seem to hold it in place. From previous reviews, I've seen at least one other person have the same problem. It's recommended that this servo be swapped with a metal geared servo to eliminate the rattling.

I was also facing issues with getting the camera stream to work so I emailed Adeept support. They were efficient, right to the point and even provided visuals to accompany the written the troubleshooting/diagnosis steps. I am a relatively new user of the Raspberry Pi and have very basic knowledge of Linux commands, yet the instructions provided by Adeept support helped me solve my problem. The claim of replying within 24 hours on a weekday is totally true.

Highly recommend the Adeept Team and the customer support! :)

  • ByMaikeru
  • Dec 17, 2020
I bought this on Amazon and built the Mars Rover PiCar-B and the problem is that the sensor head (the big head with the Ultrasound and camera) starts to rattle around as soon as it moves, only holding it or moving to the end of the servo movement stops it. It's like the servos can't hold it in position, it also makes the impression it is not very stable on top on that one tiny servo, which seems to be overwhelmed with it.
I've now bought myself upgraded servos, or better said "suitable servos". The servos in the box seem to be either fake Tower Pro, or absolutely overwhelmed with this robot car.
I've tested the servos with a servo tester, one was already broken and probably caused more pain for the other one in the head. If I wouldn't love to build those things, I would be super angry about such a low quality, or let's say unfit for purpose part in this kit, because I had a lot more hours to make it work! The new servos are from the same manufacturer "Tower Pro" but the model is the MG90D, with a lot more power, metal gear and digital, so very precise.
I paid £7 per servo, so that was an extra £21, but now I can have a calm mind and work properly with this robot car. If other models are equipped with the same low quality, I would think twice before I buy, and if only with a discount so I can pay for the other servos.
Hope this helps others!

  • ByEmilien
  • Apr 28, 2020
Not a review but does it work with RPI4?

  • Byjohn b
  • Mar 13, 2020
Needs a weird battery. I don't like shopping for batteries that they should have included

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