Voltage Regulator (7806 – 6V )
ATmega8L ( Microcontroller )
uln2003 and NAND IC (7400)
Motor Driver ( L293D)
Accelerometer ( ADXL-335 ,3 - Axis)
Gesture commands freely trainable by the user can be used for
controlling external devices with handheld wireless/wired
• In this Project we are using accelerometer sensor and its tilt
positions are provided by hand movements
• Consequently the motors will rotate in clockwise or
anticlockwise as to move the Crane head in respective Left ,
Right , Up , Down positions.
7806 voltage regulator is designed to automatically
maintain a constant voltage level .
These are found in devices such as
computer power supplier where they stabilize the
DC voltages used by the processor and other
7806 is a member of 78xx series of fixed linear
voltage regulator ICs.
7806 provide +6V regulated power supply
Capacitors of suitable values can be connected at
input and output pins depending upon the
respective voltage levels.
•8 Kbytes of In-System Programmable Flash with R
• 512 bytes of EEPROM.
•1 Kbyte of SRAM.
• 23 general purpose I/O lines
• 32 general purpose working registers
• Three flexible Timer/Counters
• Internal and external interrupts
a serial programmable USART
•500mA rated collector
•High-voltage outputs: 50V
•Inputs compatible with various
types of logic.
•Relay driver application
NAND GATE IC 7400
The output is high when either of
inputs A or B is high, or if neither is
high. In other words, it is normally
high, going low only if both A and B
MOTOR DRIVER - L293D
eatures Of M
otor Driver :
•Maximum motor supply voltage: 36V
•Maximum motor supply current: 600 mA per motor
•On-board Heat sink for better performance
•Connectors to connect the I/P pins of the IC to micro controller
•Output current 1A per channel (600 mA for L293D).
•Peak output current 2A per channel ( 1.2A for L293D).
•High noise immunity.
•Separate logic supply.
•Over temperature protection
ACCELEROMETER – ADXL-335
eatures of Accelerometer
• 3 axis sensing small, low profile package
• 4mm x 4mm x 1.45mm LFCSP low
• operation: 1.8v to 3.6v 10,000g shock
• excellent temperature stability BW
adjustment with a single capacitor per axis
RoHS/WEEE lead-free complement
•Laptop PC: Free-fall Detection
•Cell Phone: Image Stability, Text Scrolling, Motion Dialling, ECompass.
•Pedometer: Motion Sensing
•Portable Handheld: Text Scrolling
•Navigation and Dead Reckoning: E-Compass Tilt Compensation
•Gaming: Tilt and Motion Sensing, Event Recorder
•Robotics: Motion Sensing
WORKING PRINCIPLE OF
•The basic working principle for Project is passage of the data
signals of accelerometer readings to the Microcontroller.
•The program compiled runs according to the values, which make the
crane function accordingly .
• We have used two axis of three-axis accelerometer. In which, one
axis will control the movement of the head of Crane
ADVANCEMENT OF PROJECT
We can use the concept of Machine Learning in an advance
part of the project where a pattern of work is learned by the
machine and the goal of machine learning is to program
computers to use example data or past experience to solve a
Many successful applications of machine learning exist
already, including systems that analyze past sales data to
predict customer behavior, optimize robot behavior so that a
task can be completed using minimum resources, and extract
knowledge from bioinformatics data.
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