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This robot was made in the mid 80's by the company called Tomy

Omnibot 2000 Robot This is an Omnibot 2000
The following options make it so great:
It can move Forward/Reverse/Left/Right. 
It has two speeds High/Low. 
It has head movement left/right. 
  • Eyes light up
  • Eyes light up to sounds played though it.
It's right arm has controllable movement. 
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Wrist
  • Fingers
It's left arm is poseable. 
On board digital clock with alarm. 
Remote has a microphone allowing projection of your voice into the robot. 
Tape deck to play cassette or record. 
  • Programs
  • Music

Power Supply
  • Six (6) Volt Lead Acid Battery
  • Two (2) "AA" batteries
Stands 25 inches tall.
Omnibot 2000 Remote This is the remote for the Omnibot 2000.
This allows you to send commands to the robot. 
*Without it, you can't use the Robot.
  • Power Switch On/Off
  • Arm Control
    • up/down
    • wrist clockwise/counterclockwise 
  • Direction
    • Forward
    • Back
    • Left
    • Right 
  • Finger Open
  • Finger Close
  • Head Right
  • Head Left
  • Gear Change
  • Tape Start/Stop
  • Omnibot Sounds
  • Light On/Off *Eyes
Power Supply 
  • Four (4) "AA"  1.5 Volt Alkaline
  • 49.860 Mhz (US)
  • 27.145 Mhz (EC)
  • 40.680 Mhz (TAL)
Omnibot 2000 Tray This is the Motorized Tray.
It is inserted into the front of the robot.

When you hit the switch seen, all the rings in the middle of the tray will move clockwise.

It also comes with a cover not shown.

Note: You must have it insterted into the robot and power switch turned on for tray to work.

Home Base   This is the Home base. 
It is used as a reference point when you are programing the Omnibot 2000.

Size: 10" x 10"
Click on image to Enlarge.
* It is not a needed part
AC to DC Charger This is the Battery Charger.
It is used to charge the Lead Acid Battery.
Input: 120VAC, 60 HZ, 7 Watts
Output: 6 VDC, 500mA
Center Post Negative
Battery with Leads This is the Lead Acid Battery
It is used to Power the Robot.
Output: 6 VDC, 4.5 Ah
Physical Size: 2 3/4" L x 1 3/4" W x 4" H
Terminals/Connector: Leaded wires with "barrel type" connector.
Center Post Negative
Infrared Sensor This is an external sensor.
A Infrared Sensor connects into back of the robot.
Tracer Tape for Omnibot 2000 This is an external sensor, that plugs into the back of the robot to allow it to follow a black on white tape or white on black tape.
Box of Omnibot 2000 All four sides of the Omnibot 2000 Box the robot arrived in.