Robonova-1: Tsukumo Starts Sales of New Sensors

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Tsukumo Robot Kingdom in Akihabara just started selling two new sensor options for the Hitec Robonova-1. Both sensors are sourced from Hitec Muliplex Japan, so apparently they are officially supported products compatible with the Robonova-1 humanoid robot.

The first sensor, pictured left, generates a digital sensor output signal when touched. The sensor substrate is only 12.9x29 mm. The second sensor is a peak sound detector that generates a signal if it hears a loud noise like clapping hands.

Both sensors are priced at 2,000 yen on the Tsukumo Robot Kingdom website.

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2 comments

  1. When are they going on sale in the US?

  2. Hi Mike,

    You wrote:
    > When are they going on sale in the US?

    You’ll have to check with Hitec in the US. Tsukumo is a distributor here in Japan, so I’m sure they get the options from Hitec Japan which might have a different roll-out schedule from Hitec US. Let me know what you find out.

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