Nervo Board
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Nervo Board

5 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(11 customer reviews)

25.00 €

The Nervo board to connect all your servos and more to the Arduino Uno or Mega.

This servo board and breakout mini boards are designed to be used with InMoov, but you can use them for any kind of robotic projects that involve servos and sensors.

If you want to control only the hand, the head or the whole robot, this is what you need!

Applications
  • Robotics
  • Animatronics
  • Mechatronics Art

Up to 19 servos if used with a Arduino Mega. 10 sensors connections. 1 PIR sensor connection.

Note: Unsoldered set, without components

Available on backorder

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Product Description

The Nervo board was developed by Marten de Groot and Leon van der Horst.

What is it?

It is an Arduino-compatible shield for Uno or Mega that allows you to connect all the servos of one side of InMoov robot. If you are building the complete robot, you actually will need two of these sets.

This board can also be used if you are only building the hand, or just the head. Each breakout board is dedicated with a part name.

Note: These boards are cut with my CNC for now, because we haven’t found a low cost solution for small series.

 

The set contains:

1 x Set of Nervo boards( Featured Picture)
The set only contains: 1 shield board, 11 mini breakout boards.

Compatible with:

-Arduino Uno, Mega, Duelaminove…Check for similar size board specifications.

BOM for components:

-1x 3D printable SpacerConnectV1
-1x 3D printable ShoulderConnectV1
-3x 3D printable ConnectorV1
-14x 2.54mm 2×7 Pin 14 Pin Straight Male Shrouded PCB Box header IDC Socket
-14x 2.54mm Pitch 2×7 Pin 14 Pin IDC FC Female Header Socket Connector FC-14
-3x 2.54mm 40 Pin Male Single Row Pin Header Strip
-1x 2.54mm 3×40 Pin 120 Pin Right Angle Male Pin Header Strip
-1x (up to 3, depending of your power sources and servos)RC XT60 Lipo Battery Connectors
-1x 3 meters 14 Conductor Ribbon Cable
-1x Momentary Tactile Tact Red Push Button Switch 5 Pin SMD SMT 6x6x3.7mm (Optional, for resetting the Arduino)
-4x Led 5v ( Optional, for lighting the InMoov Logo)
-4x Resistor 470 ohm, yellow,violet,red, gold (Optional, for lighting the InMoov Logo)

Tutorial:

http://www.inmoov.fr/nervo-board-tutorial/

Additional Information

Weight 55 g
Variety

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11 reviews for Nervo Board

  1. Profile photo of oldfarmhand

    (verified owner):

    Hi im new to the Inmoov project so before i decided to start making one i tried to do as much research as i could ( meaning to watch as many videos as i can ) and read all the information from this web site. When i first read about the nervo board i thought why would i need this. and then after watching the videos i occurred to me, now what would i do with all those wires going to the arduino and I used two megas so I would be ready for those legs, it reminds me of when the spaghetti exploded in the kitchen when i tried to pressure cook it (DON’T ASK ) Geil and his group were thinking when made those. They are so easy to build because ALL of the instructions are on this web site and then is makes more of a plug and play project. Shipping was fast and all of the parts came in as stated One thing, make sure you buy two sets because everybody says I will build only part of Inmoov and then end up making the whole thing Except Legs hint hint and it takes more than one set. I bet when those legs come i can use the rest on them! Also dont forget to get the three stl files to mount them. Remember its for a good cause How else can they get funding to make those legs :-) on a serious note they work and will help in your build of Inmoov. Buy them you can’t go wrong!
    Oldfarmhand

  2. Profile photo of SwanRobotics.com
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    At first I wanted to design my own board, but I realized that this would take to much time. The Nervo board are high quality boards. I am very happy with them (You need two sets for the inMoov). The boards came quickly and where well packed. The instruction on the website is clear enough to get you started.

  3. Profile photo of eduardo torres
    5 out of 5

    :

    Hello, the store provides invoice of products ??

    • Profile photo of Gael Langevin

      :

      Oups, not yet, unfortunately…

  4. Profile photo of Scott Hodges
    5 out of 5

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    I’m building a complete InMoov and using MyRobotLab, so the logical choice is to use the Nervo rather than develop a less effective, probably more expensive solution from scratch. If you want to do your own thing, that’s fine, but it helps a whole lot to understand how something was designed and is supposed to work before you blaze your own trail. The Nervo board is part of the design and it will truly simplify the wiring and operation of your bot. One Nervo board will handle the head, neck eyes and stomach plus one arm and hand including sensors. It looks like two Nervo boards will handle both arms and all current systems, probably including variants like the 3-axis head.

    Assembling the boards was a little monotonous, but not at all difficult. It took me maybe 1.5 hours. The hardest thing was probably splitting the right-angle break-away headers. Fortunately, there are few extras. Read through the instructions on the web site, lay out the boards and dry-fit the parts and then read the instructions again.

    Go ahead and buy some (3mm) LEDs and resistors because they look pretty cool and tell you the power is on. If you have not done a lot of circuit board soldering, there are plenty of good guides out there on YouTube and elsewhere. If you don’t already have a soldering station and are someplace that uses 110V, just order a Stahl STSSVT for about $21. I use .015″ (.38 mm) silver solder (62/36/2 from Radio Shack). .025″ is common but thinner is better. And get some desoldering wick just to be safe.
    I’m about to order my second Nervo board and am really looking forward to getting everything Mooving.

  5. Profile photo of martin
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    salut Gael je viens d acheter et de recevoir le kit nervo board qui est tres bien fait je doit dire
    mes je voulais savoir je compte me servir de deux carte arduino due (car j ai lu que s ete mieux pour la robotique plus rapide )donc est ce que j ai besoin dde deux kit nervo pour tout faire fonctionner merci

    • Profile photo of Gael Langevin

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      Bonjour Martin,
      Pour faire fonctionner InMoov partiellement (coté gauche par exemple), il vous faut un kit Nervo Board. Pour faire fonctionner le robot entier, il vous faut deux kit Nervo Board. Les kits sont prévues pour montage sur carte Arduino Uno et Mega. Je n’ai pas testé sur une due mais si celle -ci est compatible cela ne devrait pas poser de souci.

  6. Profile photo of sylvain
    5 out of 5

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    Bonjour Gaël,
    Je vois pour les résistances qu’il faut: 4x Resistor 470 ohm mais dans le tuto je vois résistance de 4700 Ohms

    Merci encore super pratique la vente de la carte mais faudrait rajouter les câbles
    Pour l’instant j’en ai pris qu’une mais j’ai l’intention de prendre une deuxième à quand le renouvellement du stock

    Cordialement,

    • Profile photo of Gael Langevin

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      Bonjour Sylvain,
      En fait les cartes sont en stock, mais comme je suis en deplacement, je ne peux gerer les commandes et envois, c’est pourquoi je les laisse “out of stock” jusqu’a mon retour.
      C’est une resistance 470 ohm qu’il faut.

  7. Profile photo of Peter
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Hello Gael
    I have ordered your boards, any idea when it might be shipped?

    • Profile photo of Gael Langevin

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      Hello Peter,
      The boards were on back order, but I just received them. So shipping will be done tomorrow, you will receive a tracking number.
      Best,

  8. Profile photo of Dustin
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Hi Gael Langevin,
    I have made payment about 10 days ago, can you please tell me when the back order will be shipped out ?

    • Profile photo of Gael Langevin

      :

      Hello Dustin,
      Components are back in stock, shipping is due for 23/11/16. You will receive a tracking number.
      Best regards,

  9. Profile photo of Dustin
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Hi Gael,

    Thanks for your info, I am so eager now, my 3dp works every hour , hope to get your boards soon :)

  10. Profile photo of Dustin
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Hi Gael,
    Sorry to bother you these days, but I’ve not received my tracking number yet …

    • Profile photo of Gael Langevin

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      Hello Dustin,
      You should have received an email with tracking number from InMoov website. Probably your provider has put it to trash or spam.
      Your parcel was shipped on the 14/11/16 as it was on backorder.
      This is your tracking number: LG00XXXXXXXFR via La poste.
      You can track using this link:
      http://www.csuivi.courrier.laposte.fr/suivi/index?id=LG00XXXXXXXFR

      Beware, some destination countries do not keep the tracking updated. Be patient, for some countries, it can sometimes take up to a full month for delivery, no signature is required.

      Best regards,

      Gael

  11. Profile photo of Dustin
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Hi Gael,
    Ok, thanks and noted. I’ll be patient :). I have already saved my tracking number, please remove it from public now. Thank you !

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