|U.S. Army Battle Tank Statistics|
|Toy Name||Remote Control U.S. Army Battle Tank (Item # 02474|
|Manufacturers Information||FunRise Toys Europe, 69130 Ecully-France|
|Manufacturers Information||FunRise Toys Corp, Woodland Hills CA 91367-3727|
|Box Size||(LxWxH) 8"x6.5"x17.75"|
|Toy Size||(Not including Radar Mast) 11"x5.25"x4"|
|Overall Hackability Score||(1-10) 9|
|Room for Batteries Onboard?||Yes|
|Max. Obstacle Clearance||1.5"|
|Runs on Carpet||Yes|
|Runs on Tile||Yes|
|Runs on Grass||Yes|
|Steering Mechanism||Skid Turning|
|Turning Radius||11" (Turns in Place)|
|Number of Drive Motors||2|
|Total Number of Motors||3 (2+Turret Motor)|
|Body Compartment Size, Area 1a||5"x2.5"x1.5"|
|Body Compartment Size, Area 1b||9.75"x2.5"x1.5"|
|Turret Compartment Size, Area 2a||4"x3.25"x.75"|
|Turret Compartment Size, Area 2b||4"x4.5"x.75"|
|NOTE|| Internal sizes vary due to possible removal:
of internal structures, or placing boards above,
underneath or around obstacles.
Size "a" is for the largest area without obstacles.
Size "b" is for the largest area that includes obstacles that may be moved or removed.
|Holds Std. R.S. Breadboard||Yes|
|Comments||4 Sounds on Sound card (Engine, cannon, Machine Gun, Beep)|
The sound effects board uses six wires, two for power, and four (of indeterminate voltages) for sound selection.)
Please note that there are no internal electronics to control
the motors. A L293D Motor controller (Or similar) will be required.
Closeup of the bottom half of the tank insides.
Closeup of the top of the tank. The turret is held on by two screws holding a base plate to the bottom of the turret.
Turret removed. Note the gear teeth all the way around on the bottom of the turret.
And the tank turret taken apart. This might hold a "Bot-Board".
Another view of the inside of the turret. The two tubes are to keep your "Army man" from getting lost inside the turret. These will need to be removed in order to place any additional electronics inside.
Another shot of the insides.
And another shot of the insides.