WIRELESS ROBOT KIT - Documentation & Software CD
All required software tools for your Wireless kit can be found on this page. It depends on your browsers' security settings if you can start the software installation directly from this CD. Maybe you have to save the files to a directory on your harddrive first and run them from there (right click onto the apropriate link and select the menu item "save target to" or similar).

NOTE: You need to be logged in as Administrator in order to install some of the Software packages on this site!



You need the Adobe® Reader® to view the Manuals and Datasheets on this CD. You can also obtain the latest release directly from http://www.adobe.com/

NOTE: Linux Users should use the Package Manager of their Distribution to install the Adobe Reader.

Java 6 Runtime Environment

You need the Java 6 Runtime Environment for RobotLoader.

You can get newer Versions of the JRE here: http://java.sun.com/

Note: Java 6 is not available for old Operating Systems like Windows 98 or Win2K without SP4. Contact us in case you still use such an old Operating System.


RobotLoader v.2.1c

This Program has been developed to allow easy and fast program uploads to the Microcontrollers of the RP6v2 and some other Robots from Global Specialties. It is written in Java and runs on Windows and Linux. You do not need to install it - you can simply extract it to a folder on your hard drive and start it from there.
If you are using Windows, you have to install the USB driver before you can use this program (see below).

Wireless Library and Example Programs

This archive contains the Wireless Library and related Example programs.

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Software Folder

Here you can view the complete Software folder directly. It also includes important software and some more things that are not listed here!



Eclipse is an open source framework of the Eclipse Foundation, a non-profit association for software development environment. The most popular application is the development environment for the Java programming language.

The Eclipse programme is an open source software and can be downloaded on following website:  http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/

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In combination with the APC220- or Bluetooth module, your robot can be controlled with an PC you need the „PC control“ programme that should be installed on the PC. “PC Control” can also be downloaded from our website.

Choose the correct robot type when you want to use the "PC Control" software.

The software has been written in Visual Basic and is available to the user as a variable source.

»Win2k/XP/Vista/Win7 32 und 64bit
USB Interface Driver

This is the FTDI USB Driver for Windows (you don't need a Driver for Linux as it is already included in modern Linux Kernels). The newest CDM 2.06.02 Version is available for Win2k/XP/Vista/Win7 32 and 64 Bit. You can use the CDM_Setup to install the Driver BEFORE you attach the USB Interface for the first time! If you want to install it manually, you find the extracted drivers in the apropriate folders on the CD. The Installation is described in the Manual and there are also Installation Guides in the driver folders.

Attention: Windows 7 and Vista can contain a standard Driver for the USB Interface but this one is not complete! It does not have all required Features. So you HAVE TO install the correct Driver BEFORE you attach the USB Interface for the first time! If you did not do this, you have to manually upgrade the Driver with the Windows Device Manager.

Newer Versions of the Drivers can be downloaded from our website or directly from FTDI: http://www.ftdichip.com/

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You also can control your robot with an Android smartphone. Please download the APK file for your robot to your phone and read the wireless manual how to continue.

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You also can control your robot with an PC therefore you need the PC control application  made in Visual Basic.  Here you can view the complete Visual Basic software and Android folder directly and all source codes.  It also includes important software and some more things that are not listed here!

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