|Computer||Advantech MIO-5290 single board computer|
|Power||4||24V, 4500mAh batteries|
|Joint Limits||+- 130||deg|
|Max battery runtime||2||h|
|Actuators||90||W Maxon motor and gear-reduction box|
The Allegro Dog is a quadruped robot with twelve active and four passive degrees of freedom. The legs are deigned to have a low inertia and are actuated by Maxon motors and gear reduction boxes. The controller is an on-board computer with RoboticsLab software. It has distributed control and can be controlled in real time or can be simulated with hardware-in-the-loop.
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Describes the hardware, software, and component overview. Goes into the kinematic information, as well as the dynamic info.
Contains the code to control the Allegro Dog robot.
Describes the project, and its specifications.