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Test Product Pro This interface board plugs into the top of the Rover and allows you to access power from the Rovers internal battery, and communicate with the Rover.


  • Battery power connection (12V-16.8V)
  • Serial connection (for Rover Basic SDK)
  • 5V Power connection
  • Motors

    The Rover Pros use high torque 2050KV in-runner brush-less sensored motors. That's a mouthful so lets breakdown what that means. There are two main types of DC motors, brushed and brushless. Brushes are a small strip of metal inside the motor that make contact from the rotor to the stator. These brushes wear out over time. By using brush-less motors it ensures our Rover Pros last a long time. In-runner simply refers to the fact that the rotor is in the middle. 2050KV refers to how fast the motor spins per volt that is applied. Lower values imply that the motor has more torque, and this is one of the lowest KV motors on the market, in fact we customize them to lower the KV rating. Sensored means that there is a built in hall effect sensor which allows the motor to spin start from a stop and spin slower than a sensor-less motor.

  • Battery

    The Rover Pros use a military-grade high density lithium-ion battery pack with built in over-current and under-voltage protection, state of charge monitoring, temperature monitoring, current monitoring, and voltage monitoring. The operating voltage of the battery is 12V-16.8V. If more than 20A is ever pulled from the battery, it will shut itself off safely. All of the data from the battery is exposed with our ROS driver.

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