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The robot cleans floor using vacuum produced by tiny computer cooler turbine. Automatically roaming in the room avoids furniture and walls. Assembled during weekend.
Any MCU with DC motor driver suit to control this robot. The robot is controlled by AVR Atmega48 with L293D motor driver which were assembled on the prototype ...
The step-up DC converter was assembled on the controller board because a computer cooler turbine requires 12 volts but the accumulator provides only 6 volts. The MC34063A chip ...
All connections were made by soldered wiring. Resistor are to limit current between bumper contacts and MCU input pins. The circuit is sort of "reverse engineered" by a ...
A plastic jar (or basket) is used as a cover case. Part of this will be used as bumpers.
The case from plastic jar defines the size of the robot. Draw the circuit in jar size and assemble all robot parts inside it. For such work it's ...
A kitchen napkin made from nonwoven fabric is situated inside the cardboard box with the turbine. It is a dustbin. This fabric can be easy replaced. Air with ...
Bumpers are to define obstacles on the robot's way - like walls and furniture. The bumpers are cut direct in the case. Behind the bumper surfaces copper wires are ...
In the video robot collects pretty much dust. The attached program is written in Bascom Basic. It could be even shorter but this one contains extra code which ...
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