- 6 Gauge Wire – Used to wire the battery and 120 amp breaker
- 14 Gauge Wire – Used to wire the motor to the circuit breaker. Handles up to 30 Amps
- 18 Gauge Wire – Used with 20 amp breaker. Used to power the voltage regulator module (VRM) or the Pneumatic Control Module (PCM) from the power distribution Board (PDB). Also used to power the compressor from the PDP
- 120 Amp Breaker – Power to switch on robot
- Analog Module – Allows various sensors, such as a potentiometer or a gyroscope, on the robot to be monitored.
- Circuit Layout – Layout for the wiring
- D-Link Radio – Signals programming to robot and back
- Fuse Panel – Panel where all wires go to
- Pneumatic Control Module (PCM) – Controls all pneumatics
- Power Distribution Panel – Distributes power to robot
- roboRIO – Central processing unit for the robot
- Talon SR – Delivers power to motors and controls
- Voltage Regulator Module (VRM) – Controls voltage
- Getting Started with the 2018 Control System
- 2019 Control System Hardware
- 2019 FRC Driver Station
- 2019 Other KoP Item Resources
- 2019 Troubleshooting
- 2018 FRC Control System Hardware Overview
- 2018 Wiring the 2018 FRC Control System
- 2018 Wiring Best Practices
- 2018 Updating CAN Jaguar Firmware
- 2018 Wiring Pneumatics
- 2018 Updating and Configuring Pneumatics Control Module and Power Distribution Panel
- 2018 Status Light Quick Reference
- 2018 Robot Preemptive Troubleshooting
- Drive System Designs Presentation by Paul Ventimiglia
- FRC Drive Systems by Ken Stafford
- Chassis Design Considerations by Zan Hecht
- 2017 Pneumatics Manual
- Effectively Using Pneumatics by Ken Stafford (New Link Coming Soon!)
- 2016 Motor Performance Data
- Denso Window Motor Specification
- Motor and Gearbox Selection by Ken Stafford
- Designing Competitive Manipulators: The Mechanics & Strategy by Greg Needel
- Manipulator and Appendage Design by Andy Baker
- More videos available at ThinkTank by WPI
- Safety Glasses
- Use: Protects eyes from harmful objects such as metal
- Description: Plastic glasses that guard the eyes.
- Welding Mask
- Uses: Used to protect your face from heat and sparks.
- Description: A solid flip down mask with a see-through UV protected window.
- Cloth Welding Sleeves
- Uses: Used to protect lower arm area if wearing short sleeves from sparks and heat.
- Description: Half sleeve thick cloth covering your arms.
- Curtain Shield
- Uses: Blocks out sparks and flames.
- Description: A hanging orange translucent curtain.
- Emergency Stop Button
- Uses: Cuts off all the power and shuts down the machines in the room.
- Description: A red button with “Emergency Shutdown” written above it.
- Eye Wash Station
- Uses: To clean out foreign objects and irritants from eyes.
- Description: A sink base with two capped fountains.
- Safety Tape on Floor
- Uses: The safety tape is used as a marker to show that all personnel must wear safety glasses past that point.
- Description: Red tape on the floor indicating that you are in a work zone.