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Manuals

Robert Doerr of www.robotswanted.com has purchased the rights to the remaining inventory of Hero parts and the Copyrights for all Hero Manuals.  Please contact him here rdoerr@bizserve.com for all your manual needs.

 

HERO 1 Manuals

 

HERO JR Manuals

 

HERO 2000 Manuals

 

Books

There were also several 'Advanced' books that were offered as College level courses by Heathkit and some private Authors. These tend to be very difficult to find in any condition.  If you find one... grab it!

EB-1802

Hero 1 : Advanced Programming Experiments 
Author: Howard Boyet 
Published by: Heathkit/Zenith 
Publication: July 1984 
ISBN: 0871190362 

Hero 2000 : Programming and Interfacing 
Author: John D. Hubbard, Lawrence P. Larsen 
Published by: Heathkit/Zenith 
Publication: September 1986 
ISBN: 0871191539 



Heath's Robot Hero 68 Experiments : Fundamentals and Applications  - STILL AVAILABLE! click for details
Author: Howard Boyet 
Published by: H. W. Sams 
Publication: November 1983 
ISBN: 9994699709 

HERO 1: Advanced Programming and Interfacing
Author: Mark J. Robillard
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. 
Publication: H.W. Sams, c1983. 
ISBN: 0672221659 (pbk.)

 

Training Courses

Heathkit offered several college level training courses that were designed to be used with the Hero 1 and Hero 2000 and Arm Trainer.  Much of the information still applies today.

 

EE-1800

Robotics and industrial Electronics  

 

Heathkit Electronics For Automation course

 

EE-1900

Intelligent Machines course

 

EE-1812

Robot applications course for Hero 1 robot

 

 

 

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