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The controller cards are custom components. The table below reports the details. See the bill of materials for exact quantities.
|RobotCub code||Description||Manufacturer||Manuf. code||Supplier||Suppl. Order code||Suppl. Phone number||Suppl. Email/Website|
|RC_DIST_001_P_202_00||BLL-001, IIT - Electronic Board with logic section for BLP-001 power driver||IIT||BLL-001||MicroDesign||BLL-001||+39 010 6972471||Micro design|
|RC_DIST_001_P_203_00||BLP-001, IIT - Electronic Board with power driver for brushless motor, power supply 24-48V||IIT||BLP-001||MicroDesign||BLP-001||+39 010 6972471||Micro design|
|RC_DIST_001_P_200_00||MC4, IIT - Controller electronic board||IIT||MC4-001||MicroDesign||MC4-001||+39 010 6972471||Micro design|
|RC_DIST_001_P_201_00||MCP, IIT - Power electronic board||IIT||MCP-001||MicroDesign||MCP-001||+39 010 6972471||Micro design|
- An initial manual of the controllers is available from:iCub manuals repository in various formats (WARNING: some text is in Italian)
- The photo on the right shows the MC4 and MCP cards. In this configuration each MCP can power four MC4 which in turn can control four motors each.
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