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This project is about controlling the wireless camera mounted robot through PC using RF module at the same thin to pick any light object & place it.

This project is about controlling the wireless camera mounted robot through PC using RF module at the same thin to pick any light object & place it.
-Zeenat Saba Khan

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  • WIRELESS PICK AND PLACE SURVEILLANCE ROBOT
    Presented by:
    ZEENAT SABA KHAN
    SHEEN KAUL
    PRATIK SINGH
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    INTRODUCTION
    SYSTEM DESIGN
    ELECTRONIC ASPECT
    MECHANICAL ASPECT
    SOFTWARE ASPECT
    PCB DESIGNING
    SALIENT FEATURES
    COMPONENTS USED
    CONCLUSION
    REFERENCE
  • NEED OF PROJECT
    • Extensive applications in hazardous conditions
    • Replaced massive human work force
    • Areas of application:
    • Medical science
    • Surgeries
    • Defense
    • Artificial intelligence
    • We extended applications of robotics
    • To use in industries for purpose of picking and placing objects
    • To use it in case of wars
    • To pull out casualties from war front
    • Autonomous robot that could reach far and wide
    • This gave birth to surveillance pick and place robot
  • GENERAL DESIGN
  • Defined as mechanical design capable of performing tasks in human like manner
    Requires expertise and programming
    Sub systems
    Pick and place robot has an arm and a wireless camera
    Serves the purpose of surveillance
  • AIM
    • Thus a machine that is
    • Compact
    • Rugged
    • Efficient
    • Capable of pick and place
    • Operate from a remote place
    • Controls motion of robotic arm
  • STEPS OF IMPLEMENTATION
    • Designer needs to be fully aware of system requirements
    • Process begins with hardware design
    • Mechanical design assembly
    • Stable structure capable of bearing load
    • Electronic circuit is designed in ‘eagle’
    • Microcontroller is chosen
    • Circuit designed around it
    • Implementation of code
    • Code is compiled using ‘KEIL’ compiler
    • Code tested on simulators
    • Adjustments made on code
    • Removal of errors
    • PCB for the main board is etched
    • Components are mounted
    • Soldering is done
    • Testing of entire system
    • Put through tasks
    • Performance parameters are observed
    • System checked for faults
  • ELECTRONIC ASPECT
  • BLOCK DIAGRAM
  • MAIN CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
  • WORKING OF MOTOR
  • RF MODULE
  • MECHANICAL ASPECT
  • FEATURES OF THE MECHANICAL DESIN:
     
    • Two motors for running the wheels of the robot.
    • Two motors for the movement of robotic arm.
    • Movement up and down
    • Movement of jaw open and close
    • Wireless Camera on top of the assembly
    • Rectangular metal box as the base
    • A Belt around wheels, in order to save on the usage of hardware.
  • TOP VIEW
  • SIDE VIEW
  • FRONT VIEW
  • SOFTWARE ASPECT
  • Q. WHY KIEL?
    ANSWER:
    For coding the CPU, we have utilized the KEIL software.
    It enables the programmer to use high level languages such as C to code the microcomputer.
    KEIL encases and supports a well equipped chip library from a variety of manufacturers.
    It supports various register architectures which can be incorporated in the code by including a header file.
  • WINDOW OF KEIL COMPILER
  • PCB DESIGNING
  • Easily Applicable Graphical Layout Editor(EAGLE)
  • APPLICATIONS:
    • Military applications
    • Surveillance device
    • To pull out casualties
    • Can be used to transport objects just
    on a click of a button
    • Industrial applications
    • Loading of objects
    • Serving security purposes
    • Surveillance
    • Reaching places out of human reach
  • ADVANTAGES:
    Wireless
    Simple design
    Reliable
    Easy up gradation
    Organized control
  • 89C51
    MICROCONTROLLER
  • FEATURES
    • Compatible with MCS-51™ Products
    • 4K Bytes of In-System Reprogrammable Flash Memory
    • Fully Static Operation: 0 Hz to 24 MHz
    • Three-level Program Memory Lock
    • 128 x 8-bit Internal RAM
    • 32 Programmable I/O Lines
    • Two 16-bit Timer/Counters
    • Six Interrupt Sources
    • Programmable Serial Channel
    • Low-power Idle and Power-down Modes
  • 7805
    VOLTAGE REGULATOR
  • FEATURES
    • Output Current up to 1A
    • Output Voltages of 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 18, 24V
    • Thermal Overload Protection
    • Short Circuit Protection
    • Output Transistor Safe Operating Area Protection
  • L293D LINE DRIVER
    600mA Output current capability per channel
    Over temperature protection
    Logical “0” input voltage up to 1.5 v
    Internal clamp diodes
  • High voltage, high current four channel driver
    Accepts TTL logic levels
    Drives inductive loads (DC motors)
    Each channel has enable input
    Suitable for use in switching applications at freq up to 5 KHZ
  • PIN CONNECTIONS
  • Microcontroller insufficient to drive motors
    L293D consists of array of darling ton current amplifiers
    It helps to boost supply to motors
  • INTERFACING OF L293D WITH MICROCONTROLLER
  • DC MOTORS
    • Low torque and high speed devices
    • Gear set can be used to increase torque at the cost of speed
    • The movement of shaft is smooth
    • Easiest to operate
    • Can rotate in both directions
    • Thus speed needs to be controlled to handle it
  • RESULT AND CONCLUSION