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RoboMaster EP Core

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Price: $ 899

The RoboMaster EP Core is also called Robomaster S1 Education Expansion Set. The RoboMaster EP Core was built to take learning to the next level. This advanced educational robot provides an all-in-one solution for STEAM-based classrooms everywhere, offering AI and programming projects for students of all ages and experience levels.


What are the differences between EP and EP Core?

ROBOMASTER EP has two versions, engineer version and warrior version (sharing one base wheels).

ROBOMASTER EP Core just has engineer version.

Can Robomaster EP Core be upgraded to Robomaster EP?

No, EP Core can not be upgraded to EP, cause there is no single warrior version accessories.

Shipping Policy

1、Order Payment above 1000 USD: The delivery time is 20 days after payment and free shipping from DJI China.

2、Order Payment below 1000 USD: The delivery time is 7 days after payment and shipping from USA warehouse, 60 USD shipping fee needed.


Outstanding Teaching Tool

High-Performance Mechanical Accessories Powerful Compatibility Features and Abilities Introduction to Real-World AI Implementation


Teaching Resources

Project-Based Courses

Suitable for Multiple Grade Levels

Aligns with Curriculum Standards


Competition Database

Competition Rules and Operation Plans

Customizable Competition Arrangements
Practical Hands-On Learning



Unrivaled Tools for Teaching

The RoboMaster EP Core supports third-party open-source hardware such as Micro:bit, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi. These items can be connected and powered via serial ports on the main controller of the chassis. The EP Core can also perform model training and scene recognition through AI platforms such as NVIDIA Jetson Nano and the official DJI SDK, enhancing students’ understandings of the operating principles of AI.


Cutting-Edge Equipment & Technology

Made of steel and finished with a sleek, futuristic design, the RoboMaster EP Core is fully equipped with cutting-edge technologies that provide consistent support for classroom learning.

Structure component: robotic arm, gripper, Mecanum wheels, high-performance servo, sensor adaptor & power connector module, intelligent controller, infrared distance sensor and high performance motor.


Add Hardware, Unlock Creativity

The versatility to accommodate third-party hardware such as building blocks and 3D printed objects provides unlimited options for learning and unlocks students’ potential and imagination.


Real-World AI Implementation

Endless programming possibilities are unlocked when you use SDKs (software development kits). Open DJI SDK is available on the EP Core and supports more than 39 programmable sensor ports. This allows students to utilize streaming data from sensor modules, video, and audio to program AI applications and experience genuine AI technology.

Infrared Distance Sensor

Detection Range

0.1-10 m



Accuracy [1]


Robotic Arm


Approx. 10 cm



Approx. 70 g

Body Dimensions

44.2×22.6×28.6 mm

Transmission Ratio


Operation Modes

Angle mode, Speed mode

Sensor Adaptor

Port Type


Number of Ports


Power Connector Module

Communication Port

CAN bus


USB Type-A power port: 5V 2A, Power port with pin header: 5V 4ATX30 power port: 12V 5A


TX30 power port: 12 V




Max Still Photo Resolution


Max Video Resolution

FHD: 1080/30fps

HD: 720/30fps

Photo Format


Video Format



CMOS 1/4″; Effective pixels: 5 MP

Operating Temperature Range

-10 to 40 °C (14 to 104 °F)

 Hit Detector

 Detection Requirements

For the Hit Detector to be activated, the following conditions must be met: Gel bead diameter ≥ 6mm, launching speed ≥20m/s, and the angle between the hit direction and hit detector plane is no less than 45°.

Maximum Detection Frequency

15 Hz

EP Core


Approx. 3.3 kg


320×240×270 mm (length × width × height)

Chassis Speed Range

0-3.5 m/s (forward)

0-2.5 m/s (backward)

0-2.8 m/s (sideways)

Max Chassis Rotational Speed


M3508I Brushless Motor

 Max Rotational Speed

1000 rpm

Max Torque


Max Output Power

19 W

Operating Temperature Range

-10 to 40 °C (14 to 104 °F)



Control Method

Closed-loop speed control


Overvoltage protection

Overtemperature protection


Short-circuit protection

Chip and sensor anomaly detection

Intelligent Controller

 Latency [2]

Connection via Wi-Fi: 80-100ms

Connection via Router: 100-120ms

(unobstructed, free of interference)

Live View Quality


Max Live View Bitrate

6 Mbps

Operating Frequency [3]

2.4 GHz, 5.1 GHz, 5.8 GHz

Max Transmission Distance [4]

Connection via Wi-Fi:

FCC, 2.4 GHz 140 m, 5.8 GHz 90 m

CE, 2.4 GHz 130 m, 5.8 GHz 70 m

SRRC, 2.4 GHz 130 m, 5.8 GHz 90 m

MIC, 2.4 GHz 130 m

Connection via Router:

FCC, 2.4 GHz 190 m, 5.8 GHz 300 m

CE, 2.4 GHz 180 m, 5.8 GHz 70 m

SRRC, 2.4 GHz 180 m, 5.8 GHz 300 m

MIC, 2.4 GHz 180 m

Transmission Power (EIRP)

2.400-2.4835 GHz

FCC: ≤30 dBm

SRRC: ≤20 dBm

MIC: ≤20 dBm

5.170-5.25 GHz

FCC: ≤30 dBm

SRRC: ≤23 dBm

MIC: ≤23 dBm

5.725-5.850 GHz

FCC: ≤30dBm

SRRC: ≤30dBm

Transmission Standard


Intelligent Battery


2400 mAh

Nominal Charging Voltage

10.8 V

Maximum Charging Voltage

12.6 V

Battery Type

LiPo 3S


25.92 Wh


169 g

Operating Temperature Range

-10 to 40 °C (14 to 104 °F)

Charging Temperature Range

5 to 40 °C (41 to 104 °F)

Maximum Charging Power

29 W

Battery Life in Use

35 minutes (measured at a constant speed of 2 m/s on a flat surface)

Battery Life on Standby

Approx. 100 minutes



100-240 V, 50-60Hz, 1A


Port: 12.6 V=0.8A or 12.6 V=2.2A


12.6 V

Rated Voltage

28 W





iOS 10.0.2 or later 


Android 5.0 or later 


 Recommended Routers

 TP-Link TL-WDR8600; TP-Link TL-WDR5640 (China)

 TP-Link Archer C7; NETGEAR X6S (International) 

Recommended outdoor power supply solution for routers

Laptop Power Bank (match the input power of the router)

microSD card

 Supported SD Cards

Supports microSD cards with a capacity up to 64GB 



 1. Applies to surfaces with reflectivitiy ranging from 10% to 90%.

 2. Measured in an interference-free and unobstructed enviroment with a distance of approximately one meter between the mobile device, the router, and the EP. The iOS device used was an iPhone X. The results of testing with different Android devices may be different.

 3. Outdoor use of the 5.1 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequency bands is prohibited in some areas. Always follow all local laws and regulations in your country or region.

 4. Measured in an interference-free and unobstructed environment. For Connection via Wi-Fi, the mobile device used for testing was a sixth-generation iPad (released in 2018). For Connection via Router, several router models were used for testing. FCC: TP-Link Archer C9; SRRC: TP-Link WDR8600; CE: TP-Link Archer C7; MIC: WSR-1160DHP3.

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How can I calibrate the chassis of the RoboMaster EP Core? 

Connect the robot with the RoboMaster app, tap Settings->System-> Gimbal and Chassis Calibration, and follow the instructions.

If multiple routers are set to wireless roaming, can the RoboMaster EP Core switch between the routers seamlessly? 

No. Connection error will occur if the EP Core is switched from one router to another.

How do I connect the RoboMaster EP Core with the RoboMaster app? 

The RoboMaster EP Core can be connected via Wi-Fi or router. For detailed operation instructions, please refer to the video: How to Connect RoboMaster S1/EP/EP Core to the app.

What is the effective video transmission range of the RoboMaster EP Core? 

Connection via Wi-Fi: FCC: 2.4 GHz: 140 m, 5.8 GHz: 90 m CE: 2.4 GHz: 130 m, 5.8 GHz: 70 m SRRC: 2.4 GHz: 130 m, 5.8 GHz: 90 m MIC: 2.4 GHz: 130 m Connection via Router: FCC: 2.4 GHz: 190 m, 5.8 GHz: 300 m CE: 2.4 GHz: 180 m, 5.8 GHz: 70 m SRRC: 2.4 GHz: 180 m, 5.8 GHz: 300 m MIC: 2.4 GHz: 180 m Note: All ranges were measured in an interference-free, unobstructed environment.

How long is the battery life of the RoboMaster EP Core and how long does it take to fully charge the battery? 

The max battery life during use is 85 minutes (measured at a constant speed of 0.8 m/s on a flat surface), and the charging time is 90minutes. Note: Battery life on standby is about 100 minutes.

What are the chassis speed and accelerated speed of RoboMaster EP Core? Engineer: The max forward, backward, and sideward speed is 0.8 m/s.

What expansion ports does the RoboMaster EP Core have? 

Apart from the PWM, SBUS, UART, and USB ports on the Intelligent Controller, the RoboMaster EP Core also provides 4 sensor adapters (compatible with ADC sampling ports and IO ports) and a power connector module (supports CAN BUS communication interface) to connect sensors using various ports.

Can the RoboMaster EP Core be controlled with the gamepad? 

Yes, but the gamepad can only be used to control the chassis, the Robotic arm and Gripper are not currently able to be controlled with the gamepad.

What programming languages are supported by RoboMaster EP Core Lab? 

Currently, the EP Core Lab supports two programming languages: Scratch 3.0 and Python 3.6.

How many programmable modules does the RoboMaster EP Core have? 

Up to 39 programmable sensor modules are supported, including chassis motor, gripper, robotic arm, sensor adapter, armor, LED, and more.

What AI modes can be programmed with the RoboMaster EP Core?

Line Recognition, Vision Marker Recognition, People Recognition, Clapping Recognition, Gesture Recognition, and Recognition of other RoboMaster units.

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