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Using the TETRIX Tele-Op Control Module

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Change the way you control your robot with TETRIX® Tele-Op Control Module. In this RoboBench, experts Tim and Aaron walk you through an in-depth user experience with the Tele-Op, including how with the ever-popular Sony PS4 controller, you're now able to set commands for infinite behaviors and movements.

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