Oh no! Your self-driving robot rover is heading right for the curb, about to crash!
With the RoverMux you can manually take control in the nick of time.
I'm using this very design as I prepare Data Bus for the 2014 AVC.
- Dedicated R/C Multiplexer keeps running even when your autopilot doesn't
- 3 R/C channel multiplexer, designed specifically for rovers
- Compact size
- Reasonable cost
- Color-coded pin headers for fast, correct installation
- Easily select between autonomous and manual control
- R/C and MCU inputs, outputs clearly labeled
- Red and green LEDs indicate autonomous or manual control.
- Onboard regulator operates off 5.5-6V BEC or run off 5V BEC directly
- Power rail transmits power from BEC to Receiver, Servo, MCU
- Firmware pre-loaded or program the ATtiny13 yourself (with addition of a jumper)
Designed, fabricated and assembled in the United States of America.
- Using CH3: Solder CH3 jumper, connect 3R/C to RX. Switch control using CH3 on your remote.
- Using CH1: Un-solder CH3 jumper or disconnect 3R/C. Turn your remote on to take over, off to relinquish control.
Some remote control receivers generate a failsafe signal with the transmitter off, in which case you'd need to use CH3 control.
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