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Programming - Pro-Bot Top Ideas


n Design, write and debug programs


n Program sequences and repetitions


n Detect and correct errors in programs


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Edit instructions on screen 2


1 Pro-Bot Rechargeable Our very own-developed Pro-Bot is now rechargeable. The perfect floor robot to explore advanced control technology techniques. Children can program Pro-Bot to include various inputs as triggers such as the sound and light sensor which makes it the ideal robot for teaching children aged 7-11 programming. Pro-Bot is rechargeable, so no need to worry about replacing costly batteries! Compatible with Windows 7. Suitable for ages 3yrs+. Key Features: • Bright attractive car design • Robust and durable for everyday use


• Can operate independently or alongside your PC with our software


• Can be used simply by


programming arrows or accepts more complex commands


• Routes can be drawn using our simple pen mechanism and a felt tip pen


• Fully functional headlights using light sensors


• Voice activated functions/ bumper sensors


• 4 locator points on the body allows the use of K’Nex® EL00535


Use Probotix Software to manually type directions to create exciting journeys


16 Built-in pen holder Call Customer Services on +44 (0)1623 887 068 or fax +44 (0)1623 887 062


2 Probotix Software Allow children to take complete control of their programming with this on-screen logo programming software.


Suitable for children aged 7-11yrs. Key Features:


• Easy to use programming with directional buttons or logo language


• Pen up/down feature which can also be demonstrated on the floor robot


• Ability to modify and improve routes on screen when programmed


• Capability to upload and download your sequences to our floor robot


• Change the background image, or import your own


• A USB cable is enclosed with Probotix


EL00477 Single User EL00478 Site Licence


COMPUTING & ICT


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