User guide
Otto DIY Maker kit with Arduino Nano Every
Pakronics® sells Otto-DIY robots with Arduino Nano Every boards. While both boards and pin-wise compatible, there are few differences between the two Arduino variants, as listed below:
Parameter
Arduino Nano
Arduino Nano Every
Processor
ATmega328P
ATmega4809
Flash
32KB
48KB
SRAM
2KB
6KB
EEPROM
256B
1024B

Otto Kit variants:

Otto-DIY Robot Kits are available in the following four variants depending upon the mechanical and electronic components:
Parts | Variants
Maker
Maker+
Humanoid
Eye/LED
Arduino
X
X
X
X
Shield
X
X
X
X
Servos
4
4
6
4
Buzzer
X
X
X
X
Switch
X
X
X
X
Ultrasonic Sensor
X
X
X
Touch Sensor
3
1
1
Sound Sensor
X
X
Bluetooth
X
X
LED Matrix (8x8)
X
LED Matrix (16x8)
X

Connection of components – Otto Robot Assembly

Across all the four variants of Otto-DIY Robots, buzzer, switch and Servos are common. Following the connection guide:
    Servos
      4 servos for foot and legs are connected to pin 2, 3, 4 and 5 respectively
      2 servos for hands (Humanoid only) are connected to pin 6 and 7
    Buzzer is connected to pin 13
    Battery switch is connected with Vin and Ground to supply the Arduino board through battery power.
    Ultrasonic sensor is connected to pin 9 (Maker, Maker+ and Humanoid)
    Sound sensor is connected to Analog pin A6 (Maker+ and Humanoid only)
    Touch sensor is connected to Analog pin A0 (Maker+, Maker-Eye and Humanoid)
    8x8 LED matrix uses pin A1, A2 and A3 (Humanoid only)
    Accelerometer / Gyro uses pin A4 and A5 (Humanoid only)
    16x8 LED matrix is connected to I2C port (Eye only)
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