Hi, try following the instructions here http://www.gctronic.com/doc/index.php/E-Puck#Batteries. Hope this help.
Stefano -- Stefano Morgani GCtronic, Electronics & Mechatronics web: www.gctronic.com E-mail: stef...@gctronic.com Quoting Jenny Owen <jo...@cs.york.ac.uk>: > Hi, > My university recently got a new batch of epucks, which come with the > batteries with cardboard on the positive side. Previously we'd only had > ones with black rubber on the positive end of the battery. The problem > is that these new batteries don't work in the epuck properly, they're > very slightly too short to reach both contacts and so don't reliably > power the robot. > My question is, how have people on the mailing list got around the > problem with these batteries, is there some cheap and easy fix? > Thanks, > > Jenny > > _______________________________________________ > E-puck-user mailing list > Eemail@example.com > https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/e-puck-user > _______________________________________________ E-puck-user mailing list Efirstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/e-puck-user