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Zumo Robot v1.2 - mini-sumo robot for Arduino (assembled)

Pololu 2510Minisumo robot on a tracked chassis. It has two engines, a sumo blade and a set of sensors. The robot in a complex version, additionally requires an Arduino driver and 4 AA batteries. Pololu 2510

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ID: 235093

96,79€ gross (23% VAT)
78,69€ net

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Pololu minisumo robot based on a tracked chassis. Platform designed for use with an Arduino controller or compatible device, e.g. A-Star 32U4 Prime. Dimensions (98 x 98 x 39 mm) and weight (300 g with batteries and controller) allow the robot to be used as a minisumo platform in popular competitions for pupils and students organized around the world.

The robot uses two DC Micro Pololu motors with a 75:1 HP transmission to drive the tracks, providing high torque and a maximum speed of about 60 cm/s. The Zumo robot includes a coarse laser cut stainless steel blade mounted on the front of the chassis to push objects and a reflection sensor matrix mounted along the front edge of Zumo that allows detecting lines or edges on the ground. The set is also equipped with a main board module constituting an expansion board for Arduino/A-Star 32U4 Prime. The module includes a two-channel engine driver, a buzzer for playing simple sounds, a user button and a 3-axis accelerometer, compass and gyroscope for detecting impact and orientation.

The kit does not include the Arduino driver or four AA batteries necessary to start the robot. They must be purchased separately.

The robot has extensive support in the form of Arduino libraries for all systems available on the board. It is also available without motors as a self-assembly kit.


  • Two DC Micro Pololu motors with 75: 1 HP transmission
  • Matrix with IR reflective sensors for detecting lines and edges
  • Two-channel motor controller (H DRV8835 bridge)
  • Piezoelectric buzzer
  • LSM303D 3-axis digital accelerometer and magnetometer
  • L3GD20H 3-axis digital gyroscope
  • Optional user button connected to pin 12
  • 7.5 V voltage stabilizing converter
  • LED connected to pin 13
  • Prototype area for the user
  • Arduino libraries
  • Dimensions: 98 x 98 x 39 mm
  • Weight: 165 g (without batteries and Arduino)