Introduction: Bar Robot

Picture of Bar Robot

Hello, we are students from Singapore Polytechnic. Currently we are doing our Final Year Project (FYP) and we are dealing with sensors and motors. To make our learning process much more interesting, we had decided to create the Bar Robot.

*Note* This project is done by students from Singapore Polytechnic(include Yanning,Kaichi,Keyou,Mengtong,Calvin). Tools and components were provided by our FYP supervisor Mr. Teo Shin Jen.

Step 1: Getting Started

These are the parts used in creating the Bar Robot
1. Servo Motor
2. SaberTooth Motor Driver (http://www.dimensionengineering.com/datasheets/Sabertooth2x25v2.pdf)
3. 24V Pancake Wheel (x2)
4. Arduino MEGA 2560 (http://digilentinc.com/Data/Products/CHIPKIT-MAX32/chipKIT%20Max32_rm.pdf)
5. SRF05 Ultra Range Finder (x4)  (http://www.robotstorehk.com/sensors/doc/srf05tech.pdf)
6. Sharp GP2Y0A02 Analog IR Sensor (x4) (http://sharp-world.com/products/device/lineup/data/pdf/datasheet/gp2y0a02_e.pdf)
7. Metal Plates
8. Wood
9. 24V Battery 
10. Water Bottle
11. Plastic Tubing




Step 2: Sabertooth

Picture of Sabertooth

This is the configuration for the sabertooth

M1a & M1b --> Motor 1
M2a&M2b --> Motror 2
B+ & B-  ---> Power Supply
0V  ---> Microcontroller Ground
S1&S2 --> 5V PWM pin of Microcontroller


Step 3: SRF05 Ultra Range Finder

Picture of SRF05 Ultra Range Finder

The image attached is the pin configuration for SRF05.
Range: measures up to 4m

All pins used are digital pins.

SRF-05 has 2 modes.Both modes serves the same purpose but your connection and programming would be different. We are using one of the modes for this project.

Uses sound waves to get distance. Pulses are sent out and received by the sensor.

The time taken when the pulse is sent out to the time it bounces off an object and back to the sensor, with respect to the speed of sound, is used to measure the distance of an object.

Step 4: Sharp GP2Y0A02 Analog IR Distance Sensor

Picture of Sharp GP2Y0A02 Analog IR Distance Sensor

The IR sensor only has three pins - 5V,GND and I/O pin

It measures from a range of 20cm to 150 cm.

Step 5: Drinks Dispenser

Picture of Drinks Dispenser

The image attached is our drinks dispenser. When the switch located at the base is triggered, the servo moves and lowers the plastic tubing allowing the drink to be dispensed.

Step 6: Code

Attached is the code for our project

http://snipt.org/vvfd4

Comments

About This Instructable

3,027views

10favorites

License:

More by zmtgg:Bar RobotHuman Piano
Add instructable to: