Introduction: Budget Raspberry Pi Robot

Step 1: Parts Breakdown/Budget

PARTS:

RPI 3 – https://goo.gl/CdVNoH

RPI 3 Camera – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

4 Amp Power Adapter – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

16GB Micro SD – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

120 pcs jumper cable – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

HC-SR04 Sensors – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

Resistor Assortment – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

HC-SR04 Brackets – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

16-Channel Servo Controller – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

5.5×2.1mm Male+Female DC Power Socket: https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

Breadboards – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

9g Servos – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

L298N – 5 Pcs: https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

Buck Converters – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

4WD Robotics Kit – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

12V Lithium Ion Battery Bank – https://goo.gl/yP6IZh

Misc. items needed:

-small zip ties

-mounting tape

-hot glue gun

-rigid plastic for servo base/camera

Step 2: Assembly

Step 3: Final Assembly/Testing/Code

Step 4: Updates*

Picture of Updates*

Added WEB GUI:

Dashboard displays live-stream video along with live updates from obstacle avoidance system.

More information can be found here: https://github.com/dapiddler/NOMAD

Comments

jose fernandod1 (author)2017-05-03

A work of art, congratulations (uma obra de arte, parabens)

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