The box is fairly hefty at approx 2.5kg and 12*16*4", it reminds me of a Mechano set.


You can see the front of the body and the remote control on the far left side.

A CD containing RoboBasic, RoboRemocon (remote control software), RoboScript, Robobasic manual and the user/build guide in PDF format.

The Robonova build manual in English with a section on Robobasic at the back.

Robonova German manual, contains a few nice pictures better than the English nne.

Included is a charger, 100-240V, 50-60Hz with enough adapters to charge the Robonova wherever you live. As a note the charger can't be used to power the Robonova while it is on as it draws too much current.

Contents of the box with the top layer removed.

On the left. Body front, feet, screws.

Right. Body back, 16 servo's at the top, supports at the bottom.

More screws than prisoner Cell Block H.

You get loads of different types of screw, most are 2*4mm, either self tapping or machine screw. The machine screws are uses to screw into metal while the self tappers used to screw into the servo horns.

On the left is the IR receiver.


Anodized aluminium parts.

Note I have split the joint supports (top line) into a group of 4 and 6, this is due to them being slightly different.

Back and front of the body.

Top of the body then feet bottom right.

Plastic parts which give the Robonova a commercial feel as opposed to the KHR-1 kit look.

The servo's are all the same, Hitec Digital HSR-8498HB 10Kg/cm at 6V, 0.2secs for 60 degrees which is pretty fast. There are 3 different setups, standard servo, with support wheel and with support wheel and mountings.


The Hitec website says these are 7.4Kg/cm. Not sure which is correct.

Serial connection cable.

1000mAh Ni-Mh battery, upto an hours usage.

MR-C3024 ATMEL ATMEGA 128 controller board, controls upto 24 servos and 16 accessories.