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Interfacing LM35 Temperature Sensor with PIC Microcontroller.

The are many cool sensors available now a days, ranging from IR distance sensor modules, accelerometers, humidity sensors, temperature sensors and many many more(gas sensors, alcohol sensor, motion sensors, touch screens). Many of these are analog in nature. That means they give a voltage output that varies directly (and linearly) with the sensed quantity. For example in LM35 temperature sensor, the output ...

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Digital Barometer using PIC Microcontroller and MPX4115A Pressure Sensor – XC8

The Motorola MPX4115A is an atmospheric pressure sensor powered by 5V and delivers and output from ~0.25V to ~4.75V based on the pressure detected at room temperature (25°C). The device provides a linear output based on pressure. As the pressure rises, the output voltage of the sensor rises as well with ~0.25V represents <15 kPa pressure relative to a vacuum and ~4.75V represents >115 kPa. Note that  ...

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Metal detector robot using pic microcontroller

Metal detector robot using pic microcontroller,this robot is designed for metal detection in places where human being can’t reach easily. Metal dectector robot detect metal through metal detector sensor. Its detect metals coming to it ways. Wherever its go, it keep detecting metal. In case of metal detection, a sound will be produced at the control room or receiver side. This article will give you brief ide ...

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Fire Fighting Controlling Robots Used in Dangerous Situations

Robots can be used in many applications in industries, military, domestic. One of the major uses of Robots is an asset to human beings. Whether it is any kind of hazardous situations like a fire breaking out or a place full of landmines, Robots can easily work out a way out of these problems. So let us see these two types of Robots – A Land mine sensing Robot and a Fire Fighting Robot Land Mine Sensing Robo ...

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IR Remote Controlled Tracked Robot

Step 1: Assembling the Double Gearbox A basic hobby motor turning at 12,300 RPM is basically useless without a good gearbox. Just touching the shaft will stall the motor. I obtained a Tamiya double gearbox kit for under $10, which through a series of gears provided a ratio of 114.7:1 at 115RPM. There were a lot of small parts in this kit; and it looks a little intimidating; but the pictorial instructions we ...

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Line following Robotic Vehicle using Microcontroller

The project is designed to develop a robotic vehicle that follows a specific path. This project uses a microcontroller of 8051 family for its operation. A pair of photo sensors comprising IR transmitter and photo diode is interfaced to the controller to detect the specified path for its movement. Line follower robot is a useful robot that is used in ware houses, industries, and stores etc, where it follows ...

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A Versatile PIC16F876A Based Robot

Design   Summary: Our group designed  and  manufactured a  miniature  robotic  vehicle  that  conquers  various terrains.    The  vehicle  was designed  with  a  track system  which is  powered  by  two  DC motors. The  motors   use a  Quadruple half  H ‐Driver in  order to  drive the  motors  in  both  directions.   The track system  incorporates a  four  bar linkage  for each  tread.    These two  linkage ...

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Pingbot – Micro RC Rechargable Musical Robot Pal using PICAXE

Pingbot is a very small (38mm diameter), usb rechargeable, programmable, musical, remote control robot designed for maximum fun and danceability. I've built a few experimental robots in the past and, to be honest, they all looked the part. They were nothing more than circuit boards with wheels glued on.They did help me learn, but they just didn't feel like completed robots. The main purpose of this project ...

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Autonomous Foosball Table

I was contacted by somebody who suggested I should enter our senior design project here. Seeing as how we found and used the AX-12s from Trossen Robotics, I figured this would be a great place to post. This project was our senior design, a semester long course that requires a team of electrical and computer engineering undergraduates to design, order parts for, build, and program a piece of their choosing. ...

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RF Modem Robotics Project using PIC16F84 microcontroller

RF is just way too cool not to use in your designs. But if you're a newbie like me it is difficult to successfully build solid RF transmitters and receivers. When I started out I didn't realize that the larger breadboard I was working off of was causing a lot of the signal deviance because the metal traces on the breadboard worked like small capacitors and changed my circuit dynamics. So after much research ...

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