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Sumo Robot Presentation

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Transcript of Sumo Robot Presentation

Final Year Project
Presentation Sumo Robot Background & Problem Situation 2000 2010 2005 Sumo Robot Competition Natural or Man-Made Disaster (Example of Past Disaster form Local & International below) 2001
September 9/11 Attacks 2012
August March 1986 Hotel New World Radio-controlled frequencies only FM 27 MHz or 2.4GHz Digital Spectrum Modulation (DSM). Objective Weight Not more than 3KG Able to search for people in dangerous place & output sound to alert the people 20cm (length) x 20cm (width) Easily operated and maintained Component List




PCB-mounted Fresnel Lens Machine & tools used Car park at 5 Shenton Way Project Schedule DC Brush Motor Controller (Transmitter) Motor Controller Receiver Wheels Metal Piece LiPo Battery AA GP Alkaline Battery PROJECT DESCRIPTION Detect movement for search & rescue mission. Tracking
Features Marketing Strategy Motor Controller PROJECT CONSTRUCTION Final Design of Sumo Robot APPLICATION
Jackson Lim Wen Xun – Project Leader
Tay Wen Jie – Member
Tay Xiang Ze – Member
Chua Hong Kee – Member
  TEAM MEMBERS Video Operate by Battery to operate Motor Motor then move the wheels which are controlled by the remote controller Sumo Robot PIR Detector Using Movement IC & PCB Mounted Lens Circuit designed around a recently developed movement IC the KC778B. Circuit utilizes PIR detector and a light dependent resistor (LDR) to provide an optimized circuit that will detect motion up to 6 metres away. Operates on 9-12 VDC. Note that the PIR sensor & the PCB-mounted fresnel lens fit on the other side of the PCB; the solder side. This is to allow the unit to be mounted inside a container with the detecting lens poking out and the controls facing inside the box. Built-in Buzzer Chassis Controller Receiver Reduce the cost Target Customers:School Aftersales Service Specification Width Length Height Diameter(Wheel) Supply Mechanism: Worm Gears
Wheels : Tank Tread Belts
Solar Panel for charging battery
Sweep the floor
Push golf ball
Autonomous Future Upgrading Resistor
(2x1K,3K9,3x10K,2x47K,2x56K)ohms Capacitor
(10uF,Low leakage 10uF,100nF,100nF[104],220pF[221],4n7nF[472],470nF) Transistor
(2xBC547,78L05) Trimpot
(200K[204],1M[105])ohms KC778B Movement COB type
PCB 20 pin IC socket Diode(1N4004) 2xLED 3xPole terminal blocks RE200B
PIR Sensor LDR Drilling Machine Hammer Screwdriver Filing Tool Hex Key Center punch Scroll Saw Belt Sander Table Saw Bending Machine Handsaw Ruler Stand Soldering Tool Table Clamp ` Transmitter
Receiver
Motor Controller
Motor
Battery 185mm ` 135mm 198mm 6.5cm Lithium battery Motor Mount Maintenance PIR Movement Detector Machine & tools used Rule For Sumo Robot Contest Objective of this game is to knock the opponent out of the white border area 1st)Both You & opponent Place sumo robot on starting line
2nd)Game Start only when referee given the signal
3rd)Both robot users control the robot’s movement
4th)The robot will move around the smooth surface of the arena
5th)the 1st robot which get knocked out of the white border line lose the game. Robot will need to won the 2 round out of 3.To win the match. Adding on More Function Activities RECOMMENDATIONS Robot use that can be use for daily life
(Example:Sweeping &Washing Floor & Carry Load etc.) Work with different machinery & tool CONCLUSION Different material to work on Learned about how mechanics and electronics worked together to build a robot. Future Plan CONCLUSION Objective Project Schedule Project Operation Project Operation Schematic Schematic Component List Component list for PIR detector
using movement IC & PCB
mounted lens Component list for PIR detector using movement IC & PCB mounted lens Tracking Features APPLICATION Search & Rescue Mission Competitions or use for others activities PIR Detector PROJECT CONSTRUCTION Maintenance ` Easy to maintain Battery can be easily changed Easily upgraded Wheels can be easily replaced if damaged No issues with heat dissipation Video (Metal parts to acrylics material) nicoll highway collapse 2004 April Sumo Robot Competition Natural or Man-Made Disaster (Example of Past Disaster form Local & International below) Background & Problem Situation Project Design Software: Autodesk Inventor Exploded view drawing Specially Thanks to :
Mr Teo Bok Huat
Mr Ruhaizal
Mr Koo Tian Loy
Ms Catherine Soh
& everyone who helped in the project. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Reflection Reflection 1) Most Important thing you learn in this project

2) What you wish to spent more time on or done differently

3) What part of the project did you do your best work on?

4) What was the least enjoyable part of this project? Reflection 1) Most Important thing you learn in this project

2) What you wish to spent more time on or done differently

3) What part of the project did you do your best work on?

4) What was the least enjoyable part of this project? Prototype Model to
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