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Edison spare skid 20 pack

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The Edison spare skid 20 pack contains 20 individual clear skids for use with Edison robots. The Edison spare skid 20 pack is perfect for replacing lost Edison skids.

SKU: ESS001

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The Edison spare skid 20 pack contains 20 individual clear skids for use with Edison robots.

NOTE: all Edison robots are shipped with an included skid, located on the underside of the robot near the line tracking sensor. The Edison spare skid 20 pack is designed to replace lost skids. 

Just need a few skids? Check out the spare parts pack instead. 

 

What is a clear skid?

Every Edison robot comes with a clear, removable skid already in the robot. This skid is the little clear bump located on the underside of the robot near the line tracking sensor.

The clear skid helps keep the front of Edison up off the surface below the robot. This is especially important to enable Edison to use the line tracking sensor correctly in order to read barcodes, follow lines and run other types of programs.

You can remove the clear skid from your robot by pulling the skid out from Edison’s orange chassis. In general, this is only necessary when you are doing build and engineering projects with Edison, including the EdCreate EdBuilds.

The location of a clear skid on an Edison robot.

Description

The Edison spare skid 20 pack contains 20 individual clear skids for use with Edison robots.

NOTE: all Edison robots are shipped with an included skid, located on the underside of the robot near the line tracking sensor. The Edison spare skid 20 pack is designed to replace lost skids. 

Just need a few skids? Check out the spare parts pack instead. 

 

What is a clear skid?

Every Edison robot comes with a clear, removable skid already in the robot. This skid is the little clear bump located on the underside of the robot near the line tracking sensor.

The clear skid helps keep the front of Edison up off the surface below the robot. This is especially important to enable Edison to use the line tracking sensor correctly in order to read barcodes, follow lines and run other types of programs.

You can remove the clear skid from your robot by pulling the skid out from Edison’s orange chassis. In general, this is only necessary when you are doing build and engineering projects with Edison, including the EdCreate EdBuilds.

The location of a clear skid on an Edison robot.

Additional information

Weight 170 g
Dimensions 11 × 1.5 × 8 cm

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