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This size battery is the most popular battery for use in FIRST Tech Challenge. It has a Tamiya connector and a in-line 20A fuse of the same style as the Power Distribution Module.
12v 4mm DC motor with a built in encoder, encoder wire, and Anderson Powerpoles. Mounting bracket included.
12v 6mm DC motor with a built in encoder, encoder wire, and Anderson Powerpoles. Mounting bracket included.
Smart charger for the MATRIX NiMH battery pack. Switchable 0.9A or 1.8A. Input voltage from 110 to 240VAC. Auto cut-off.
Using one sensor port on the LEGO NXT, the MATRIX Controller allows you to control up to four MATRIX servos and four MATRIX DC motors.
The FTC Samantha Power Cable powers the Samantha module formerly used in the FIRST FTC competition. It connects to the HiTechnic battery box providing reliable power from 6AA batteries.
This 9.6v, 2400 mAh capacity, NiMH battery provides ample power for your heavy-duty MATRIX robot.
The power switch kit contains an on/off switch and wiring harness to connect between the battery and the MATRIX controller. The kit is fully assembled with a mounting bracket and wiring harness.
Give your servo some space to work beyond the basic wire length with our two extension wires. Includes: one 200mm ext. wire & one 450mm ext. wire
Precise positioning in approximately 180° rotation. Torque (@6.0V oz-in): 90.3, Gear: Industrial Plastic
9.7v DC motor with encoder prewired with connector for Matrix Controller, 1.4 kg-cm torque, 195 rpm. Includes: aluminum double flanged motor plate, four 4mm M3 button head cap screws for motor mounting, & a molded 4mm polycarbonate spacer.