The Axon Mote is a multi-purpose robotics device. It can be used as a
datalogger, a wireless transceiver, or a robot controller.
It is software compatible with the Axon microcontroller series.
Datalogger Datalogging is useful for scientific projects, weather monitoring, space experiments,
saving navigation data from a moving robot/person, recording security intrusion of a home,
etc. You can use the Axon Mote as a USB oscilloscope.
Robot Controller The Axon Mote is designed to work just like an Axon, and is just as easy to use.
If you've already used an Axon, using the Axon Mote will be a breeze. The Axon Mote is designed
for robots where size and weight are important. Its 3.3V operation allows you to use small
3.7V Lipo batteries.
Works just like an Axon
great for light-weight robots
can use as low as 3.7V battery
high-efficiency voltage regulator
7 ADC, 7 digital PWM capable pins
No messy breadboard wiring or expensive shields are required to make your robot with an Axon Mote.
It's 100% plug-n-play - no external power buses required to plug in servos or sensors,
literally taking minutes to set up.
A bootloader is pre-installed so no hardware programmer is needed. Lastly, extensive source code and tutorials
have been developed to make it easy enough for a beginner yet still powerful enough for an expert.
For more details, refer to the Axon Mote Datasheet.
Supported PSDU data rates: 250 kb/s, 500 kb/s, 1 Mb/s and 2 Mb/s
True random number generation for security applications
RSSI measurement, energy detection and link quality indication
fast settling PLL to support frequency hopping
NO soldering or assembly required!
Works right out of the box, with multiple working demo programs pre-installed.
Full personalized support
by the Axon Mote creator and SoR author himself! Stuck? Post a question in the
robot forum and
read previous Axon Mote questions
- no question is left unresolved. I will be continually adding
easy to use software to support all your favorite robot hardware. This is all
included in the price. Remember to read the FAQ first before asking!!!