Planetary Probe Robot Component Kit (build your own case)
Order just the components and specifications from us and build your own case. We supply complete technical support.
Our kits have been purchased by NASA, World-class museums like Carnegie Science Center's Roboworld, foreign governments, etc and for use in many traveling exhibitions like "Popnology", "Robots; the Interactive Exhibition" and "Alien Worlds and Androids"! Order just the components and specifications from us and build your own case. We supply complete technical support. Our kits are just as durable and easy to maintain as our complete exhibits. They are often purchased to be included in traveling exhibitions which require outstanding durability to be able to hold up to both public use and the rigors of road travel.
Planetary Probe Robot Kit (build your own case). The Kit includes all the components from our own Planetary Probe Exhibit except the case and landscape. The Kit comes with; a Probe Rover; Control Panel featuring 2 push button switches to control the start and scan functions and 1 joystick to control the direction; Display Panel that tells you when the probe has found what it is looking for; Landscape Sensors; Power supply; Connecting cables; Maintenance and Installation manual; and suggested case, terrain and lighting specifications. You supply the exhibit case and landscape. Contact us for price information. Click here to view complete specifications that are on the sales page for the encased version we sell!
Below are images of a few examples of our Planetary Probe Robot Kits that were purchased and incorporated into: a NASA Funded Exhibition at Bishop Museum, Hawaii in 2000. They built their own case and put our components in it. The exhibit is still functioning smoothly!; the traveling exhibition "POPnology". The media coverage stated that our part of POPnology was exceedingly popular!; and at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, in McMinnville, OR. It is an aviation museum which displays a number of military and civilian aircraft and spacecraft, most notably, the Hughes H-4 Hercules Spruce Goose.
Below are MRISAR Shop Images of making a Planetary Probe Robot exhibit.