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ROBOTC for Ruggeduino 
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Post ROBOTC for Ruggeduino
Hi there,
New to the forum. I was wondering if ROBOTC could be used to program a Ruggeduino (similiar to an Arduino). We are looking to use the Ruggeduino to control Ultrasonic Sensors and Motor Controllers to move a small electric vehicle (12V). Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!


Mon Apr 15, 2013 8:37 pm
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Post Re: ROBOTC for Ruggeduino
I think it should work as if it was an UNO.

ROBOTC for Arduino has a trial period with which you can try it out for free for 60 days, so you can confirm that it works with your system before you invest money in the SW.

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Yeah, from what I know about it, it's just an overprotected UNO. :P Just download the trial and see if it works.

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Post Re: ROBOTC for Ruggeduino
NeXT-Generation wrote:
Yeah, from what I know about it, it's just an overprotected UNO. :P Just download the trial and see if it works.


Overprotected?

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roboRed wrote:
NeXT-Generation wrote:
Yeah, from what I know about it, it's just an overprotected UNO. :P Just download the trial and see if it works.


Overprotected?


Well, it's basically made for someone who has no idea what they're doing. Like you can't hurt it by hooking stuff up wrong. No matter what.

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Ok. Thanks! :biggrin:

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Post Re: ROBOTC for Ruggeduino
NeXT-Generation wrote:
Well, it's basically made for someone who has no idea what they're doing. Like you can't hurt it by hooking stuff up wrong. No matter what.

Challenge accepted.

EDIT: Ignore this post... I thought the fuses weren't resettable. My bad.

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