The Handy Board is a 6811-based microcontroller system that lets you build mobile robots for educational, hobbyist, and industrial purposes. People use the Handy Board to run robot design courses and competitions at the university and high school level, build robots for fun, and control industrial devices. This site is the home page and resource center for users of the Handy Board.
- General FAQs
- Hardware FAQs
- Does the Handy Board have any digital outputs?
- How can I use motors other than 9 volts?
- How do I charge the Handy Board’s battery?
- How do I convert a standard DC motor to work with LEGO Technic?
- How do I use stepper motors?
- I’m measuring the voltage on my adapter, and it says 18 volts. Is this normal?
- My battery won’t charge.
- The R11 on my Interface/Charger board is smoking hot and is turning black!
- What are the specifications of the Handy Board’s DC adapter?
- What is the difference between a DC motor and servo motor?
- What kind of RJ11 cable do I use to connect from my Serial Interface Board to the Handy Board?
- What kinds of motors are compatible?
- What motor driver chips can I use?
- Where can I order parts to build the Handy Bug robot in Robotic Explorations?
- Software FAQs
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