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TETRIX® PRIME Programmable Robotics Set

SKU: W44321
A Pitsco Exclusive


This set includes what you need for students to start building programmable robots with the TETRIX® PULSE® Robotics Controller.


Type: Project Kits, Robotics Sets Grades: 6-12


  • California Proposition 65 Warning:

    WARNING: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm.

What You'll Get



Learning Values

  • Data collection and analysis
  • Define criteria and constraints
  • Observation and data
  • Variables
  • Accuracy
  • Coding
  • Construction techniques
  • Technological Design
  • Engineering design
  • Developing possible solutions
  • Problem-solving
  • Teamwork
  • Accuracy
  • Computation/estimation
  • Logic
  • Ratios


  • Number of Pieces: 300+
  • Students Served: 2

“For school districts . . . already engaged in a robotics and computer literacy curriculum, the TETRIX PRIME/PULSE combo neatly fills the niche between elementary school graphic programming with tightly controlled hardware builds and upper-division high school text programming with builds limited only by the imagination.”

– Ron Wright, retired teacher, Camas, Washington

“One thing that is great about TETRIX is that we can incorporate Arduino into them easily with little or no issues. We use a lot of Arduino in our robotic classes, and TETRIX allows the easy integration with Arduino into the robotic kits. The new TETRIX PULSE units have been a big plus to our robotic programs.”

– Eric Franz, CTE technical support, Yakima (WA) School District

“A hallmark of Pitsco Education is its attention to curriculum materials and staff development for all levels of teaching, and the curriculum materials for PRIME/PULSE are no exception. They guide the teacher and students carefully through all the beginning stages of robotics building, coding, and engineering and can take the intermediate student independently well into more advanced concepts if the district’s scope and sequence permit.”

– Ron Wright, retired teacher, Camas, Washington