Khepera IV KoreIOLE Expansion Board
KoreBot KoreIOLE Extension Board
The KoreIOLE board is used as a Khepera IV or KoreBot Extension that provides several inputs and ouputs. All digital IO can be used as low frequency PWM outputs as well as standard IO. A set of 10-bit, timestamped analog inputs can be polled consistently. For communication with other devices, the KoreIO can be used as bridge to an I2C bus. Many signals are available on the KoreIOLE, like PXA PWM, PXA TxD & Rxd, and PXA GPIO.
The KoreIOLE can receive commands from an I2C bus, a Khepera IV, or a KoreBot.
The KoreIOLE supports the KB-250 interface. The KB-250 interface is an open standard interface to expand the functionality of an existing Khepera IV or KoreBot base platform in a easy and fast way. Besides using a full line of off-the-shelf KB-250 modules, developers can also design their own modules. KB-250 modules can be used singularly or stacked together to give the needed functionality. Several KoreIOLE boards can be placed on one stack to allow control of a large number of I/O.
A set of high level commands is provided, to easily interface programs or for external operations.
The KoreIOLE board is used as a Khepera IV or KoreBot Extension that provides several input and outputs.