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If you aren’t clear as to how you can give your Otto the power to dance and move, talk here and the community will respond with solutions to get you started

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Who printed it for you? @Sid M.30  I Think there must have been some bad file, V13 is for the new Otto PCB microcontroller board. V12 or older is for the shield. But do not worry they are all compatible in size down to V09

We are keeping both files updated here:

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Daniel Guevara Romero
Docente de Programación y Robótica

Hola, yo utilizo batería recargables Li-Po de 2 Celdas 7.4v y 0.5 A. Funcionan perfecto en el robot Otto. Te adjunto foto de la batería, cargador y conector SJT40. 

hello to all, I'm new I'm going to start my first Otto.

On the following article: https://www.ottodiy.com/blog/power there are different ways to power Otto, but in the kits sold they are all powered by a 9V rechargeable battery at the cost I wonder what it is must choose for a basic Otto.

Do you have a suggestion for me?

thank you

 

hello to all, I'm new I'm going to start my first Otto.

On the following article: https://www.ottodiy.com/blog/power there are different ways to power Otto, but in the kits sold they are all powered by a 9V rechargeable battery at the cost I wonder what it is must choose for a basic Otto.

Do you have a suggestion for me?

thank you
hello to all, I'm new I'm going to start my first Otto.

On the following article: https://www.ottodiy.com/blog/power there are different ways to power Otto, but in the kits sold they are all powered by a 9V rechargeable battery at the cost I wonder what it is must choose for a basic Otto.

Do you have a suggestion for me?

thank you