In this tutorial you will learn how to connect different Robo Wunderkind modules to the Main Block.
1. Add-On vs. Cube-Like Modules
2. Universal Connectors
3. Wired connector
4. Connector Block
5. Brick Adapters
6. Big & Small Wheels
7. Disconnection Tool
8. Controlling & Programming the Connected Modules
Add-on modules can be added to the Main Block or other modules without a connector in between. Just simply place the add-on modules on top of the Main Block and press firmly. You will hear an audio notification every time a new module is successfully attached and recognized by the Main Block.
The Cube-Like Modules need to be connected with the help of Universal or Wired Connectors. The next step will show you how to do it correctly.
The Universal Connectors have Pogo-Pins on them that provide power and data connection between the blocks. This is why they have to be attached correctly in order to work.
Make sure the Connector is attached parallel to the edges of the module.
You will hear an audio notification every time a new module is successfully attached and recognized by the Main Block.
PLEASE NOTE: The rotating part of the Motor doesn’t have contacts on it that means the power and data won’t flow through it. Make sure you connect the Motor attaching the Connector to the connection face.
Use one of the provided Disconnection Tools to disconnect the Universal Connectors.
Use the Wired Connector to provide a flexible connection between the modules: link some separated modules or simply connect around the rotating part as mentioned above.
Use the Connector Block to connect even more different modules together.
PLEASE NOTE: The Connector Block doesn’t have the hardware inside and is not recognized as a module by the Main Block, so you won’t hear a specific sound when it’s connected. But all the modules connected to the Connector Block will be recognized by the Main Block.
Use the building block adapters to upgrade your Robo and make more creative designs. You can also attach the bricks to the holes in the modules.
Big and Small wheels can be attached without any Connectors.
Once the Modules are connected and recognized by the Main Block, the corresponding Controls, Actions or Code Blocks in the Robo App appears.
Read more about how to control your robot in real-time with Robo Live →
Read more about how to program your robot in Robo Code →
Read more about how to program your robot in Robo Blockly →