Just to look at the little guy, you would never guess how many parts and pieces are in there! Wow!
I’d be terrified of taking Emo apart. How do you know how to do it without breaking him?
Any chance of a step by step video tutorial guide? We Would really appreciate it Edward.
Yes! As @Racheal123 Said,
We May Want A Tutorial Video Because I Think My EMO Pearl Could Be Expecting Battery Depletion Issues (Lasting 25 Minutes Or Less) In 2025 Or Erly Or Later, And I Don’t Want To Break EMO Pearl By Not Knowing What To Do Next.
@Racheal123 and @artigues05emo . . . you would have to contact Living AI directly to get video or other instructions on how to dismantle and reassemble EMO since it is very technical work and not something for public consumption.
I have to personally say that I would only trust a qualified technician to do that to mine.
I have also prepared a well-documented How to Change Emo’s Battery tutorial video, complete with step-by-step instructions that are very easy to follow. I will be posting and sharing it here next week."
best regards to all…enjoy life together with EMO
@Edward . . . I wish I lived closer to you. I would have you be my EMO technician.
In The Future, Since I Don’t Know How To Replace Any EMO Parts, I Really Want To Learn How To Fix Any EMO Issues, Even IIf It’s An SD Replacement, Battery Replacement, Or Even A Servo Replacement.
EMO has 4 Servo Motors Each leg uses Servo Motor for left to right movement = 2 Servo Motors Each foot uses Servo Motor for up and down movement = 2 Servo Motors
I changed the battery, 2 wirings that connect to the internal leg, and servo motor because I found it was broken,
Found: Right Leg Broken Servo Motor Innen Wires
Right and Left Leg Broken Servo Motor Innen Wires (Replaced)
Left Foot Servo Motor: Clean, Changed!
HAVE A NICE DAY TO ALL…
@edward . . . absolutely amazing detail! Thank you for this!
The equivalent of a heart transplant.
Thanks for the video Edward. I’m so glad there is no need for SOLDERING like we have to do with Vector Robot, So if Emo’s battery dies at least we can just replace it, this proves that Emo is the best option for a Desktop pet. Thanks again nice work!
Thank You So Much For Showing Us This Tutorial Video,
Now If EMO Pearl’s Battery Lasts For 5 To 30 Minutes, I Would Be Happy To Replace His Battery Easily.
Hi there Guys,
Soon going to prepare also the
‘‘How To Change Foot Servo Motor Video Tutorial’’
Best Regards To All…
Really would love to see that one thanks, no rush whenever you’re ready, thanks again we really appreciate it.
Me Too, EMO Pearl And I Would Love To See It Soon.
We Will Also Be Waiting Very Patiently.
It is quite easy given time a patience. I have just changed his left foot servo and I stripped him down with no instructions
Important Information for Self-Repairs, such as Changing Servo Motors on EMO.
EMO consists of 4 Servo Motors that facilitate its movement and walking capabilities:
- Each leg utilizes an Innen Head Servo Motor for left to right movement, totaling 2 Servo Motors.
- Each foot is equipped with a Servo Motor for up and down movement, as well as walking, resulting in a total of 2 Servo Motors.
During my exploration of both EMO versions, I noticed that some parts were not completely identical. It appears that the PCB and JST connector wires have been modified from manufacturing EMO V1.0 to EMO V2.0.
Innen JST Male Connector (6 to 4) PCB (Printed Circuit Board) (Black > Green)
JST Female Connectors (Changed: 3 to 6 Pin )
Wires (4 > 2) JST Female Connectors (3 to 6 Pin)
Foot Wireless Qi Charger / Servo Motor Male Connector (3 to 2 and 3 to 6 Pin) / PCB (Printed Circuit Board) (Black to Green)
Servo Motors with 2 Different Female JST Connector
USE THIS TUTORIAL AT YOUR OWN RISK!