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Product description: Abilix Krypton 6 V2 - STEM education robot - 1,3 GHz / 1153 bricks for 36 projects with instructions EN
A set of elements needed to build the Krypton education robot.V2sets are equipped with an improved main controller, so called brain withhot spotandWi-Fimodule. Learning through play is a solution that is gaining more and more recognition among teachers and parents. Toys that comply with the STEM concept are a great way to introduce your child to the world of programming and building robots, while developing other useful skills. In addition to the main controller with a 1.3 GHz ARM Cortex 1.3 GHz processor and a colour touch screen, the kit includes:16 sensors,3 small motorsand2 large motors. With the set we also get access to instructions in Polish, thanks to which we can build and program as many as 36 with the construction using theAbilix Krypton Today's Futureapplication for mobile devices withiOS and Android.
More content related to Krypton robots can be found on the Abilix channel on Youtube.
Which Krypton kit to choose?
The Krypton 6 V2 kit includes 16sensors(8 x gray scale sensor, 4 x collision sensor, 1 x color sensor, 2 x ultrasonic sensor, 1 x camera module), 2 large motors, 3 small motors and 1153 building blocks.
Comparison of V2 sets
|Number of bricks:||409||745||943
|Number of projects:||17||29||22||36||50|
|Number of sensors:||4||7||7||16||23|
Learning adapted to the Polish core curriculum
The manufacturer, working with experienced teachers from the Masters of Robotics group, has created lesson scenarios for schools interested in learning programming and robotics using Abilix sets. The scenarios will greatly facilitate lessons on building and programming robots. The scenarios have been adapted to the Polish core curriculum and lesson time. Sets containing lesson scenarios are available in our offer in the category dedicated tosets for programming studios.
Robot work programming
One of the characteristics of the Krypton robots is a free, interactive application for Android and iOS mobile devices and computers. The software helps to learn how to program sensors and engines. A step-by-step guide shows how to combine elements and how to program our designs. The device can be programmed in one of four ways:
- Project Programming drag & drop -it is a simple helper program for novice users
- Flow Chart- Programming with the use of block diagrams, so called "child friendly" blocks
- Abilix Scratch- programming using the popular Scratch system with the use of icons and drag block codes
- Text language C- for more advanced users. Available only in computer applications.
Specification of an educational robot
- Number of bricks: 1153
- Sensors: 16 pieces.
- 8 x grayscale sensor
- 4 x collision sensor
- 1 x colour sensor
- 2 x ultrasonic distance sensor
- 1 x camera module
- Number of engines: 3 x small drive motor and 2 x large drive motor
- Control screen: touch screen
- 7 sensor connection ports
- 4 engine ports
- 1 camera port
- battery charging port
- Built-in accessories: LED and speaker
- Power supply: built-in 3.7 V 1500 mAh battery
- Microcontroller / Processor:
- ARM Cortex 1.3 GHz.
- Flash: 2 GB
- RAM: 512 MB
- Wi-Fi module
- New: enhanced with the hot spot module