Hafnium impact 2008

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Hafnium impact 2008

  1. 1. In this Presentation………..Requirements for the productFunctionality of the productFeatures of the productImplementation challengesProduction ProcessMarketing etc………
  2. 2. RequirementsThe main requirement of the project is to design a remotely operated toy car.The design should be economical and marketable.The car should be operated from a distance place by a computer viewing the road from a wireless camera.The car should be worked on with the given RF modules T5-434 and R5-434.The heart 0f the car should be a Microcontroller IC PIC 16F877A.
  3. 3. FUNCTIONALITYOverall FunctionalityThe operational input is fed from the keyboard of the computer.The Visual Basic program in the computer outputs the ASCII value of the input from the Serial Port.MAX232 IC circuit converts the logical voltage levels of the serial port into 5V and 0V voltage logical levels which are the inputs of the transmitter circuit.
  4. 4. FUNCTIONALITYT5-434 IC transmits ASCII values of each keystroke.R5-434 receiver IC in the vehicle receives radio signals from the T5-434.Receiver IC outputs an electrical signal of the ASCII code to the PIC circuit.PIC16F877A recognizes the ASCII code and send direction controlling signals and speed controlling signals(PWM) to motors via a H-bridge. (Half of a L298 IC)L298 circuit supply power to motors according to inputs.
  5. 5. TRANSMITTER DIAGRAM +12V & -12V digital +5V & 0V digital Radio frequency signals signals signals Transmitter ICkey board Computer Serial port Max232 IC Antenna Transmitted to the car 5v power supply 9V battery 7805 IC 9V power supply
  6. 6. RECEIVER DIAGRAM Digital ControllingReceive from Radio Signals Signals Signals Forward & backwardair motor Antenna Receiver IC PIC L298 IC Left & Right motor 5V power supply 7805 IC 6V battery
  7. 7. FEATURES OF “HAFNIUM IMPACT 2008”
  8. 8. IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES• What is this?????• How can we do this???
  9. 9. IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGESFaults of the electronic componentsDifficulties faced in identifying faultsMinimizing the area occupied by circuitsFinding a suitable body for the chassisMounting all the circuits and the battery inside the bodyMaking the car as attractive as possible
  10. 10. Production ProcessA lot of new things. So it’s the time for team work.Every team member specialized in different areas. A deadline was also given to make the process more efficient. After about a week we met our mentor for further clarificationsThen the real production started…….
  11. 11. PRODUCTION PLAN
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  13. 13. Then……….The programming part  PIC programme using PIC C  Interface using VB
  14. 14. Finally………….
  15. 15. COSTINGFor the electronic components :- Rs.700.00For the body:- Rs 125.00Packaging material and stationary:- Rs 100.00
  16. 16. MARKETING PLANOur main target in marketing this product is……. children.• Not only as a toy. But for other purposes too….. Why should someone buy this product? Price is affordable  Attractive appearance
  17. 17. Special Thanks to,1. Mr. Chulaka2. Mr. Chakshika3. Ms. Sulochana Sooriyarachchi4. And all others who helped for a better design.
  18. 18. Prepared by1. I.S.Samarasekara - 070422H - Isira (L)2. A.W.B.Prabodani - 070372D - Buddhika3. A.U.Dissanayake - 070109F - Asanka4. D.P.Jayamanne - 070188T - Danushka5. M.W.Edirisooriya - 070115U - Maninda The following project is done for the module Formula CSE , Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.

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