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Edison V2.0 Programmable Robot (EdPack1)

Edison V2.0 Programmable Robot (EdPack1)


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Edison V2.0 Programmable Robot (EdPack1)

Quick Overview

  • Be controlled by a standard TV/DVD remote

  • Play beeps and musical tunes

  • Respond to clapping and other loud sounds


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Edison V2.0 Programmable Robot (EdPack1)

Edison V2.0 is an affordable programmable robot for learning. It's easy to use and can be programmed from TV/DVD remote controls. Edison is suitable for all ages from beginner and experienced hobbyists. Built with high quality materials and long battery life and can be operated by just pressing the triangle button.

  • Navigate his way around by detecting obstacles to his left or right
  • You can communicate with another Edison using infrared light. 
  • It can move in any direction through his differential drive system. 

At last educational robotics at a price your school can afford!

Want to blow your student’s minds with educational robotics and see levels of learning and engagement that are off the charts? Look no further…

Meet Edison!

Less than US$50 each and just US$33 each for a full class set

FREE programming apps for PC, Mac, iOS, Android and Chrome

Easy to use
Six pre-programmed robot activities set by barcodes

Works with LEGO bricks
Modular and easily expandable with LEGO bricks

Robotics lesson plans
10 FREE robotics lesson plans with worksheets and activity sheets

Built to last
Tough enough to be driven over by a car – See our video for proof!

Robot sensors

  • Left and right infrared obstacle detection – Navigate through a maze and avoid collisions 
  • Left and right light sensors – Follow a torch/flash light or find a dark corner
  • Clap detector – Sense load sounds such as claps to control driving
  • Line tracking sensor – follow lines and stay within borders

Lights, sound and action

  • Left and right red LED lights – Flash the LED lights to add a cool look
  • Buzzer – Gives sound feedback and can play musical notes
  • Two motors with encoders – Drive Edison or use LEGO cross axles to power a new invention

Robot communications

  • Infrared receiver – Remote control from a standard TV/DVD remote control
  • Infrared LEDs – Transmit messages and control commands to another Edison robot
  • Infrared receiver – Receive messages and control commands from another Edison robot

Multifunction line tracking sensor

Edison’s line tracking sensor has three functions:

  1. Detect lines – Contrast between black and white surfaces
  2. Read barcodes that activate pre-programmed functions
  3. Receive the programming signal from EdWare via the EdComm cable 

Edison has been designed as a modular robotics system that is easily expandable using LEGO bricks.

Edison has studs across the top, bottom and sides that work with LEGO pieces. The wheels can be removed and LEGO cross axles can be inserted to create new inventions.

Two or more Edisons can be connected together. For example, to create a digger out of LEGO bricks, where the bottom Edison becomes the wheel driving mechanism and the top Edison controls the bucket tipper.

New inventions are only limited by your student’s imagination!

Additional Information

Brands Edison
Type Accessories Packs
What's in the box

Edison V2.0 Programmable Robot (EdPack1)/p>

Battery Description 4 x AAA (UM 4)
Dimensions 82x75x38mm
Screen Size ('') No
Screen Type No
Bluetooth No

Edison has:

  • Line tracking sensor
  • Light sensors (left and right)
  • Infrared receiver
  • Infrared transmitter
  • Piezo sounder
  • Sound sensor
  • Two motors with variable speeds
  • Left and right red LED lights
  • Three control buttons

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