Code&Drive

79,90 Tax included

How to build a robot car from scratch

Immerse yourself in the electronics and programming world with the programmable robot car kit Code&Drive. Develop a great quantity of intermediate level projects, and have fun while you learn how to build a robot car from scratch and to control its electronic components.

For users of intermediate level

The Code&Drive robot car kit will help you take the first steps to learn how to program. It’s an educational robot kit suitable for anyone who wants to get started in robotics. It can be used at home and in educational centers that work in the STEAM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics).

Learn how to program your robot car

Access to the Code&Drive activities specially designed to learn how to program and control the electronic components included. Program the robot car so that it follows a line autonomously, makes a sound when detecting an obstacle, or turn its LEDs on depending on the ambient light.

Infinite free online resources

The Build&Code 4in1 board is open source, so you will be able to find a great quantity of free online manuals and exercises to make the most of the electric components included in the kit. Also, you will be able to consult the online Arduino and Bitbloq communities to solve your doubts.

Easily extensible

Make yourself a maker and personalize the robot car kit as you like. Ad
sensors and actuators compatible with the Build&Code 4in1 board, and extend the Code&Drive programing possibilities.

Compatible with Arduino, Bitbloq and other visual programming software by blocks

The Code&Drive robot car kit works with the Build&Code 4in1 board, compatible with the most used software in educational robotics: Arduino, Bitbloq and other visual programming software by blocks compatible. You can download any project made in these platforms and use it with the Code&Drive kit.

Also, with the Build&Code 4 in1 board Bluetooth module you will be able to control the Code&Drive as if it was a remote control car, or create your own App.

Technical Specifications

  • Build &, Code 4in1 (Microcontroller ATmega328P)
  • Operating Voltage: 5V
  • Input Voltage (recommended): 7-12V
  • Input Voltage (limit): 6-20V
  • 12 Digital I/O Pins
  • 7 PWM Digital I/O Pins
  • 6 Analog Input Pins
  • DC Current per I/O Pin: 20 mA
  • Clock Speed: 16 MHz
  • Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0
  • Direct connection to DC motors
  • Size: 68 x 53 mm
  • Weight: 25 g
  • Programmable with Arduino IDE, BitBloq and other visual programming software by blocks
  • Compatible with Mac OS, Windows and Linux

Box content

  • 1 Build&Code 4in1
  • 40 Screws M3*16
  • 6 Screws M3*30
  • 30 Nuts M3
  • 26 Nylon spacers M3*3
  • 10 Hexagonal metal female-female spacer M3*25
  • 1 Battery holder for 6 AA batteries
  • 1 Allen wrench M3
  • 2 Analog light sensors
  • 2 Line-follower sensors
  • 1 Blue LED
  • 1 Green LED
  • 1 Buzzer
  • 1 Button
  • 1 Ultrasonic sensor
  • 1 Holder for the ultrasonic sensor
  • 2 DC Motors
  • 2 Wheels
  • 1 Ball wheel
  • 1 USB -Micro USB 2.0 cable

For users of intermediate level

The Code&Drive robot car kit will help you take the first steps to learn how to program. It’s an educational robot kit suitable for anyone who wants to get started in robotics. It can be used at home and in educational centers that work in the STEAM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics).

Learn how to program your robot car

Access to the Code&Drive activities specially designed to learn how to program and control the electronic components included. Program the robot car so that it follows a line autonomously, makes a sound when detecting an obstacle, or turn its LEDs on depending on the ambient light.

Infinit free online resources

The Build&Code 4in1 board is open source, so you will be able to find a great quantity of free online manuals and exercises to make the most of the electric components included in the kit. Also, you will be able to consult the online Arduino and Bitbloq communities to solve your doubts.

Easily extensible

Make yourself a maker and personalize the robot car kit as you like. Ad
sensors and actuators compatible with the Build&Code 4in1 board, and extend the Code&Drive programing possibilities.

Compatible with Arduino, Bitbloq and other visual programming software by blocks

The Code&Drive robot car kit works with the Build&Code 4in1 board, compatible with the most used software in educational robotics: Arduino, Bitbloq and other visual programming software by blocks compatible. You can download any project made in these platforms and use it with the Code&Drive kit.

Also, with the Build&Code 4 in1 board Bluetooth module you will be able to control the Code&Drive as if it was a remote control car, or create your own App.

Technical Specifications

  • Build &, Code 4in1 (Microcontroller ATmega328P)
  • Operating Voltage: 5V
  • Input Voltage (recommended): 7-12V
  • Input Voltage (limit): 6-20V
  • 12 Digital I/O Pins
  • 7 PWM Digital I/O Pins
  • 6 Analog Input Pins
  • DC Current per I/O Pin: 20 mA
  • Clock Speed: 16 MHz
  • Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0
  • Direct connection to DC motors
  • Size: 68 x 53 mm
  • Weight: 25 g
  • Programmable with Arduino IDE, BitBloq and other visual programming software by blocks
  • Compatible with Mac OS, Windows and Linux

Box content

  • 1 Build&Code 4in1
  • 40 Screws M3*16
  • 6 Screws M3*30
  • 30 Nuts M3
  • 26 Nylon spacers M3*3
  • 10 Hexagonal metal female-female spacer M3*25
  • 1 Battery holder for 6 AA batteries
  • 1 Allen wrench M3
  • 2 Analog light sensors
  • 2 Line-follower sensors
  • 1 Blue LED
  • 1 Green LED
  • 1 Buzzer
  • 1 Button
  • 1 Ultrasonic sensor
  • 1 Holder for the ultrasonic sensor
  • 2 DC Motors
  • 2 Wheels
  • 1 Ball wheel
  • 1 USB -Micro USB 2.0 cable