SBrick

SBrick
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Created by Zsolt Szrapkó | December 1, 2015

Features

UP TO 50 METERS RANGE

With Bluetooth inside your creations can go further!

WORKS PERFECTLY IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT

Is the weather nice? Do you want to be outside? Now you can try your Crawler in the park.

IT’S SMALL AND EASY TO HIDE

Want your creation to look realistic? You can place a SBrick in the deepest corner of your creation and it will work just fine! No more compromises.

CONTROL 64 PORTS WITH ONE REMOTE

Build the most complex machine, or pimp your car with functioning lamps and indicators. You can control up to 16 SBricks, each with 4 ports.

CHIP TUNING

Juice up your truck with our chip tuning feature and have more power fed to your motors. Your creations will be faster and stronger!

Education new!

Take the SBrick into the classroom and make learning coding and robotics fun and easy!

CONTROL PROFILES

You can design the type of remote control interfaces you want to use with each of your creations. You can use the Profile Designer for this.

ADJUSTABLE SECURITY

Share the control of your SBrick with your friends, or just keep it to yourself.

Quick Setup

1 Connect the Power Functions® power source to the SBrick using a PF extension wire. If you turn on the power source, the LED on the SBrick will light up.

2 You can connect PF motors or LEDs using the four ports on the top of the SBrick.

3 The SBrick can now be controlled via the mobile apps; you can download these from either the App Store for iOS, Google Play for Android devices, or through Windows Phone Apps. The app is called SBrick. All further steps will be explained through the SBrick App itself.

Technical Details

Hardware
Phone or tablet built with Bluetooth 4.0 radio.
Software
iOS 8.0 Android 4.3 Windows Phone 8.1
Technical informations
Weight: 12.9g
Enclosure size: 32x32x24mm, where 24mm is the height of the unit
Casing material: ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
Plastic Enclosure: Changable
Operating temperature range: -20°C - 60°C
Recommended operating voltage range: 4V - 10.8V
Recommended maximum continuous current per channel: 1A
Absolute maximum voltage: 11.8V (Above this voltage, the motor driver ICs will be damaged)
Absolute maximum continuous current per channel: 2A, thermal shutdown is expected at this level.
Absolute maximum peak current per channel: 3A
Absolute maximum continuous current intake from "0" and "9V" pins: 3A
Maximum continuous current intake from C1-C2 (using old, or 9V power supplies): 2A
Range: up to 50 meters. It's dependent on the controlling device, the SBrick's height from the ground, type and electrical properties of the ground, and the orientation of the unit. Deep "null" areas might exist closer to the SBrick than the maximum range.

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