Everything you need to get up and running as a Voodoo Robotics customer

Thank you for your order. We are dedicated to making your install process as easy as possible. The videos and links below will help you get started.

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Voodoo Robotics CEO, Trevor Blumenau, goes through each item you might have received.

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Pick-to-Light Devices

Everything you ever wanted to know about batteries, (low) voltages, Devices, mounting, Device IDs, etc.

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Turbos are very easy to set up: Just set your connection information and add your username and password. But Turbos have a very useful GUI that does a great job helping you debug your system, check radio ranges, test communications, and see Device parameters.

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Changing Batteries

Battery changes are quick and easy. Two AAA batteries are accessible from the bottom of the device, without removal. The devices re-synchronize with the database upon startup, so you’ll never lose data.

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Big Block Server

You may use our Big Block Server at to communicate with your Cloud Display Devices if you are using 50 devices or less. This comes preconfigured with your Starter Kit.

Otherwise, you will need your own installation of Big Block Server either on the cloud or on premise behind your firewall.

Integration with REST APIs

View the playlist of REST API tutorials on our Voodoo Robotics YouTube Channel to get an overview of integration using REST APIs. This is a simple process for a programmer.

See the Pick-to-Light REST Integration page for code examples and further information.

For details concerning integration of Pick-to-Light devices with your WMS or ERP using our URL, we have several code samples available.

If you’re having difficulty with your installation, please set up an online appointment for help:

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