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Meet Edison Education School STEM Bundle Pack EdPack30, includes 30 x Meet Edison, 15 x EdCreate Kits and 1 x Heavy Duty Safe Carry Case.

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EdCreate

The EdCreate Edison robot creator's kit is a 5-in-1 expansion pack construction system. Designed to work with the Edison robot, EdCreate enriches students' STEM education experience through interactive engineering and programming projects.



The EdCreate system can be used with Edison robots to complete five EdBuild projects:

- the EdTank
- the EdDigger
- the EdRoboClaw
- the EdCrane
- the EdPrinter

The EdBuild projects require progressive levels of coding capabilities, making them a perfect addition to the Edison programming and robotics curriculum.

EdCreate can also be used in a wide range of open-ended engineering, design and programming challenges. Open-ended projects, including the EdCreate EdChallenges, promote creative problem solving and give students opportunities to find STEM applications to real-world scenarios.

 

About the EdCreate - Edison robot creator's kit

The EdCreate Edison robot creator's kit is a construction system consisting of 115 interlocking building blocks, pegs, gears, and other parts. The individual EdCreate pieces are designed with studs and holes which are compatible with Edison robots and any other LEGO brick compatible building system.

One EdCreate kit can be used to create five different EdBuilds and a range of other engineering and design challenges. The kit can also be expanded with other LEGO brick compatible building system parts.

Resources

These free, downloadable resources can help you get the most out of EdCreate.

Teaching Guide

The EdCreate teacher's guide complements the EdCreate EdBuilds and EdChallenges, providing teachers and instructors with:

 - supplementary supporting information about the EdBuilds,
 - activity extension ideas,
 - programming projects, and
 - further information on using EdCreate in the classroom environment.

Download the teacher's guide to EdCreate

 

EdBuild - EdTank

The EdTank is actually two builds in one: the basic EdTank and the complete EdTank with rubber band cannon.

The basic EdTank uses one Edison robot which can be programmed to drive forwards, backwards and spin right or left using barcodes and a TV or DVD remote control. The complete EdTank includes a second Edison robot which controls the firing of the rubber band cannon.

 - Difficulty rating: 1 [EdTank (basic)] 2 [EdTank (complete)]
 - Recommended age: 8+
 - Programming skills needed: Barcodes and remote control

Download the EdTank build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdBuild - EdDigger

The EdDigger is a remote-controlled excavator, or digger, with a scoop that you can drive around (forwards, backwards and spin right or left). The digger scoop of the EdDigger can lift or lower and can carry small objects, such as parts from the EdCreate kit.

 - Difficulty rating: 2
 - Recommended age: 8+
 - Programming skills needed: Barcodes and remote control

Download the EdDigger build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdBuild - EdRoboClaw

The EdRoboClaw is a remote-controlled articulated robotic arm. You will be able to drive the EdRoboClaw forwards, backwards and spin it right or left. You will also be able to open and close the claw to pick up and carry an object, such as one of the EdCreate beams.

 - Difficulty rating: 3
 - Recommended age: 8+
 - Programming skills needed: Barcodes and remote control

Download the EdRoboClaw build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdBuild - EdCrane

The EdCrane is a remote-controlled crane with a magnetic hook which you can raise and lower. The magnetic hook of the EdCrane can lift or lower small ferrous-metal objects, such as metal paper clips or small screws, as well as the metal peg from the EdCreate kit. The metal peg can be attached to one of the parts from the EdCreate kit, such as a 3-hole beam, and used with the magnetic hook.

 - Difficulty rating: 4
 - Recommended age: 10+
 - Programming skills needed: Barcodes and remote control AND EdWare OR EdPy

Download the EdCrane build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdBuild - EdPrinter

The EdPrinter is a pen plotter which is run using two Edison robots programmed using EdPy. By attaching a writing utensil, such as a felt-tip pen, inserting paper into the base of the EdPrinter, and using a set of basic functions in EdPy, the EdPrinter can be programmed to create a range of different shapes.

 - Difficulty rating: 5
 - Recommended age: 12+
 - Programming skills needed: EdPy

Download the EdPrinter build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdCreate EdChallenges

Spark your student's imaginations! These free-form challenges are open-ended engineering design projects perfect for getting students to think creatively, be resourceful and inventive. The EdCreate EdChallenges are designed to encourage creative problem solving, exploration, and the tangible application of learned skills.

All of the EdCreate EdChallenges require the use of an Edison robot. Any of the components included in the EdCreate creator's kit, as well as additional Edison robots and any other materials selected by students, may also be used.

Download the EdCreate EdChallenges set

 

EdCreate resources - complete set

The complete set of EdCreate resources contains the following PDFs:

 - instructions for all 5 EdBuilds,
 - the EdCreate teacher's guide, and
 - the EdCreate EdChallenges.

Download the complete set of EdCreate resources

 

 

Meet Edison Education STEM V2.0 Robot

 



IMPORTANT NOTE:

DO NOT PUSH THE MEET EDISON ON GROUND AS NORMAL TOY CAR. IT WILL CAUSE FREE RUNNING WHEEL ISSUE. PLEASE VISIT BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE FOR FREE WHEEL SOLUTIONS.

 

New Invention - Meet Edison - the super affordable, programmable robot

Programming:

Edison is programmed using EdWare, an icon-based graphical programming language. Programs are downloaded to Edison using the EdComm cable. The EdComm cable plugs into the computer's headphone jack and carries a pulsed audio signal to a high-efficiency LED. The LED converts the pulsed audio signal into light that is received by Edison's line tracker phototransistor and loads the program into the processor.

https://meetedison.com/robot-programming-software/

Activities

https://meetedison.com/robot-activities/

How to Download Program on Edware

Sensors and inputs:

Obstacle detection: Infrared using 2 IR LEDs (front left and right) and IR receiver module (doubles as IR receiver)
Remote control: IR receiver module (38kHz) Edison can learn IR codes from most standard TV/DVD remote controls
Infrared data comms: IR receiver module (double as obstacle detection sensor and IR remote receiver)
Line tracker: Red LED and phototransistor (doubles as barcode reader and programming port)
Light sensors: 2 phototransistors (front left and right)
Sound sensor: Piezo transducer (doubles as sounder)

Outputs:

Drive: Differential drive system
Infrared data comms: 2 infrared LEDs (double as obstacle detection sensor)
Sound: Piezo buzzer (doubles as sound sensor)
Lights: 2 red LEDs (Front left and right)

Processor:

Freescale 8-bit MC9S08PA8VLC

Power:

Battery: 4 x AAA (UM 4)

Rotomolding Chocolate Eggs with LEGO and Edison

Getting your class started with the Edison robot is easy with these 10 Robotics Lesson Plans.

You can use these 10 Robotics Lesson Plans either as they are or as a starting point to develop your own customised Robotics Lesson Plans. The Robotics Lesson Plans begin with the easier programming icons, such as basic movement behaviours and end with the class favourites, such as line tracking and sumo wrestling.

Students of all ages really enjoy the programming process, problem solving and collaboration involved with these Robotics Lesson Plans.

You will find that some students will grasp the initial concepts easily and be ready for the next activity. These Robotics Lesson Plans allow for independent learning and transition to the next lesson. As you grow in confidence with Edison and these Robotics Lesson Plans you will develop your own awareness of how best to transition your students from lesson to lesson.

Download here: Your EdVenture into Robotics 10 Lesson plans

Download here: Worksheets (36) and Activity sheets (5)

How to fix free running wheel issue?

Here's the fix for that free running wheel. It's caused by the little worm gear coming off the motor inside. Easy to fix. You'll need a little hex screwdriver or allen key.
 
-Take the batteries out
-Take the screws out on top of the unit
-Take the clear plastic cover off, and from there you can access the screws that hold the circuit board in place.
-Undo the circuit board screws and take the circuit board out.
-Pull the rubber cover away from the DC motor and pull out the motor. Once you have done this, you will see the DC motor doesn't have the worm gear on the end of it.
-Find the worm gear and reattach it. You can compare to the other little motor for positioning.
-Turn the DC motor and observe the wheel now turns.
-Reassemble




 

OEM Heavy Duty Safe Case

- Made of ABS thick resin, durable and anti-shock
- All round water-tight seal for optimum protection of equipment inside
- Comfortable grip handle for easy carrying of heavy loads
- Ideal for carrying power tools, hand tools, precision equipments and instruments.etc.

- O.D:450 x 305 x 210mm
- I.D:430 x 290 x 195mm

Specifications

Manufacturer Part No: SEVMED0987 Brand: Product Type: STEM Bundle
UPC - Product Family: Education School Shipping Weight: 0.8 kg
PB Part No: SEVMED0987 Product Model: -

Warranty: 12 months local warranty *
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Meet Edison Education School STEM Bundle Pack EdPack30, includes 30 x Meet Edison, 15 x EdCreate Kits and 1 x Heavy Duty Safe Carry Case.

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Features

EdCreate

The EdCreate Edison robot creator's kit is a 5-in-1 expansion pack construction system. Designed to work with the Edison robot, EdCreate enriches students' STEM education experience through interactive engineering and programming projects.



The EdCreate system can be used with Edison robots to complete five EdBuild projects:

- the EdTank
- the EdDigger
- the EdRoboClaw
- the EdCrane
- the EdPrinter

The EdBuild projects require progressive levels of coding capabilities, making them a perfect addition to the Edison programming and robotics curriculum.

EdCreate can also be used in a wide range of open-ended engineering, design and programming challenges. Open-ended projects, including the EdCreate EdChallenges, promote creative problem solving and give students opportunities to find STEM applications to real-world scenarios.

 

About the EdCreate - Edison robot creator's kit

The EdCreate Edison robot creator's kit is a construction system consisting of 115 interlocking building blocks, pegs, gears, and other parts. The individual EdCreate pieces are designed with studs and holes which are compatible with Edison robots and any other LEGO brick compatible building system.

One EdCreate kit can be used to create five different EdBuilds and a range of other engineering and design challenges. The kit can also be expanded with other LEGO brick compatible building system parts.

Resources

These free, downloadable resources can help you get the most out of EdCreate.

Teaching Guide

The EdCreate teacher's guide complements the EdCreate EdBuilds and EdChallenges, providing teachers and instructors with:

 - supplementary supporting information about the EdBuilds,
 - activity extension ideas,
 - programming projects, and
 - further information on using EdCreate in the classroom environment.

Download the teacher's guide to EdCreate

 

EdBuild - EdTank

The EdTank is actually two builds in one: the basic EdTank and the complete EdTank with rubber band cannon.

The basic EdTank uses one Edison robot which can be programmed to drive forwards, backwards and spin right or left using barcodes and a TV or DVD remote control. The complete EdTank includes a second Edison robot which controls the firing of the rubber band cannon.

 - Difficulty rating: 1 [EdTank (basic)] 2 [EdTank (complete)]
 - Recommended age: 8+
 - Programming skills needed: Barcodes and remote control

Download the EdTank build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdBuild - EdDigger

The EdDigger is a remote-controlled excavator, or digger, with a scoop that you can drive around (forwards, backwards and spin right or left). The digger scoop of the EdDigger can lift or lower and can carry small objects, such as parts from the EdCreate kit.

 - Difficulty rating: 2
 - Recommended age: 8+
 - Programming skills needed: Barcodes and remote control

Download the EdDigger build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdBuild - EdRoboClaw

The EdRoboClaw is a remote-controlled articulated robotic arm. You will be able to drive the EdRoboClaw forwards, backwards and spin it right or left. You will also be able to open and close the claw to pick up and carry an object, such as one of the EdCreate beams.

 - Difficulty rating: 3
 - Recommended age: 8+
 - Programming skills needed: Barcodes and remote control

Download the EdRoboClaw build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdBuild - EdCrane

The EdCrane is a remote-controlled crane with a magnetic hook which you can raise and lower. The magnetic hook of the EdCrane can lift or lower small ferrous-metal objects, such as metal paper clips or small screws, as well as the metal peg from the EdCreate kit. The metal peg can be attached to one of the parts from the EdCreate kit, such as a 3-hole beam, and used with the magnetic hook.

 - Difficulty rating: 4
 - Recommended age: 10+
 - Programming skills needed: Barcodes and remote control AND EdWare OR EdPy

Download the EdCrane build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdBuild - EdPrinter

The EdPrinter is a pen plotter which is run using two Edison robots programmed using EdPy. By attaching a writing utensil, such as a felt-tip pen, inserting paper into the base of the EdPrinter, and using a set of basic functions in EdPy, the EdPrinter can be programmed to create a range of different shapes.

 - Difficulty rating: 5
 - Recommended age: 12+
 - Programming skills needed: EdPy

Download the EdPrinter build instructions

EdCreate - the Edison robot creator's kit: build, create and invent

 

EdCreate EdChallenges

Spark your student's imaginations! These free-form challenges are open-ended engineering design projects perfect for getting students to think creatively, be resourceful and inventive. The EdCreate EdChallenges are designed to encourage creative problem solving, exploration, and the tangible application of learned skills.

All of the EdCreate EdChallenges require the use of an Edison robot. Any of the components included in the EdCreate creator's kit, as well as additional Edison robots and any other materials selected by students, may also be used.

Download the EdCreate EdChallenges set

 

EdCreate resources - complete set

The complete set of EdCreate resources contains the following PDFs:

 - instructions for all 5 EdBuilds,
 - the EdCreate teacher's guide, and
 - the EdCreate EdChallenges.

Download the complete set of EdCreate resources

 

 

Meet Edison Education STEM V2.0 Robot

 



IMPORTANT NOTE:

DO NOT PUSH THE MEET EDISON ON GROUND AS NORMAL TOY CAR. IT WILL CAUSE FREE RUNNING WHEEL ISSUE. PLEASE VISIT BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE FOR FREE WHEEL SOLUTIONS.

 

New Invention - Meet Edison - the super affordable, programmable robot

Programming:

Edison is programmed using EdWare, an icon-based graphical programming language. Programs are downloaded to Edison using the EdComm cable. The EdComm cable plugs into the computer's headphone jack and carries a pulsed audio signal to a high-efficiency LED. The LED converts the pulsed audio signal into light that is received by Edison's line tracker phototransistor and loads the program into the processor.

https://meetedison.com/robot-programming-software/

Activities

https://meetedison.com/robot-activities/

How to Download Program on Edware

Sensors and inputs:

Obstacle detection: Infrared using 2 IR LEDs (front left and right) and IR receiver module (doubles as IR receiver)
Remote control: IR receiver module (38kHz) Edison can learn IR codes from most standard TV/DVD remote controls
Infrared data comms: IR receiver module (double as obstacle detection sensor and IR remote receiver)
Line tracker: Red LED and phototransistor (doubles as barcode reader and programming port)
Light sensors: 2 phototransistors (front left and right)
Sound sensor: Piezo transducer (doubles as sounder)

Outputs:

Drive: Differential drive system
Infrared data comms: 2 infrared LEDs (double as obstacle detection sensor)
Sound: Piezo buzzer (doubles as sound sensor)
Lights: 2 red LEDs (Front left and right)

Processor:

Freescale 8-bit MC9S08PA8VLC

Power:

Battery: 4 x AAA (UM 4)

Rotomolding Chocolate Eggs with LEGO and Edison

Getting your class started with the Edison robot is easy with these 10 Robotics Lesson Plans.

You can use these 10 Robotics Lesson Plans either as they are or as a starting point to develop your own customised Robotics Lesson Plans. The Robotics Lesson Plans begin with the easier programming icons, such as basic movement behaviours and end with the class favourites, such as line tracking and sumo wrestling.

Students of all ages really enjoy the programming process, problem solving and collaboration involved with these Robotics Lesson Plans.

You will find that some students will grasp the initial concepts easily and be ready for the next activity. These Robotics Lesson Plans allow for independent learning and transition to the next lesson. As you grow in confidence with Edison and these Robotics Lesson Plans you will develop your own awareness of how best to transition your students from lesson to lesson.

Download here: Your EdVenture into Robotics 10 Lesson plans

Download here: Worksheets (36) and Activity sheets (5)

How to fix free running wheel issue?

Here's the fix for that free running wheel. It's caused by the little worm gear coming off the motor inside. Easy to fix. You'll need a little hex screwdriver or allen key.
 
-Take the batteries out
-Take the screws out on top of the unit
-Take the clear plastic cover off, and from there you can access the screws that hold the circuit board in place.
-Undo the circuit board screws and take the circuit board out.
-Pull the rubber cover away from the DC motor and pull out the motor. Once you have done this, you will see the DC motor doesn't have the worm gear on the end of it.
-Find the worm gear and reattach it. You can compare to the other little motor for positioning.
-Turn the DC motor and observe the wheel now turns.
-Reassemble




 

OEM Heavy Duty Safe Case

- Made of ABS thick resin, durable and anti-shock
- All round water-tight seal for optimum protection of equipment inside
- Comfortable grip handle for easy carrying of heavy loads
- Ideal for carrying power tools, hand tools, precision equipments and instruments.etc.

- O.D:450 x 305 x 210mm
- I.D:430 x 290 x 195mm

Specifications

Date Created: 11:16, 06-12-2019
Product URL: https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/SEVMED0987/Meet-Edison-Education-School-STEM-Bundle-Pack-EdPa
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