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1999\02\24@120832 by John

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Has anyone ever built a simple robot using PICs?  I'm just curious because I
too would like to learn.  I looked at the BiMo III robots on Jonathan's
Electronic and that didn't seem very intuitive.  Has anyone built robots
with PICs other ways?.

Please let me know..

Thanks in advance.
John

1999\02\24@122458 by Tore Brautaset

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>Has anyone ever built a simple robot using PICs?  I'm just curious because
I
>too would like to learn.  I looked at the BiMo III robots on Jonathan's
>Electronic and that didn't seem very intuitive.  Has anyone built robots
>with PICs other ways?.
>
>Please let me know..
>
>Thanks in advance.
>John


In "Programming and customizing ..."  Myke presents a little robot with a
PIC. It is a four wheel vehicle controlled by a infrared transmitter, IIRC
:-)

Cheers, Stig

http://home.c2i.net/sbrautas

1999\02\24@141518 by w. v. ooijen / f. hanneman

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Depends on what you consider a robot.
I and a some boys at the local young engineers club have build
small robot vehicles from a PIC, two stepper motors and some NiCads.
Quite simpe.
I'm writing a web page about these bots, but 'm not quite finished yet.

Wouter.

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> From: John <spam_OUTvxh0334TakeThisOuTspamMEGAHERTZ.NJIT.EDU>
> To: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Subject: Robots with PICS
> Date: Wednesday, February 24, 1999 18:12
>
> Has anyone ever built a simple robot using PICs?  I'm just curious
because I
> too would like to learn.  I looked at the BiMo III robots on Jonathan's
> Electronic and that didn't seem very intuitive.  Has anyone built robots
> with PICs other ways?.
>
> Please let me know..
>
> Thanks in advance.
> John

1999\02\24@142131 by John

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Hey..what's up?

Well building a robot vehicle from a PIC seems like a good place to start
for me.  Do you have info on how to build it?

thanks
John
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1999\02\24@163050 by Eduardo R.

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>Well building a robot vehicle from a PIC seems like a good place to start
>for me.  Do you have info on how to build it?

If your choice is start this way then someone else whispered that
Programming and Customizing the Pic Microcontroller has the robot vehicle
project ....is a vehicle receiving Infra red signal from a universal remote
control and driving two  DC motor through Hbridge. I have the IR signal
decoder for Sony or JVC ready and a home made Hbridge ,both of them working
great. If you need any additional information, please let me know.


At 02:27 PM 2/24/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Hey..what's up?
>
>Well building a robot vehicle from a PIC seems like a good place to start
>for me.  Do you have info on how to build it?
>
>thanks
>John
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1999\02\24@230147 by Robert M. Bailey

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> >Well building a robot vehicle from a PIC seems like a good place to
start
> >for me.  Do you have info on how to build it?
>
>  If your choice is start this way then someone else whispered that
> Programming and Customizing the Pic Microcontroller has the robot vehicle
> project ....is a vehicle receiving Infra red signal from a universal
remote
> control and driving two  DC motor through Hbridge. I have the IR signal
> decoder for Sony or JVC ready and a home made Hbridge ,both of them
working
> great. If you need any additional information, please let me know.
>
>
I would like additional information.
Thanks in advance.
Bob Bailey

1999\02\25@020403 by w. v. ooijen / f. hanneman

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> Well building a robot vehicle from a PIC seems like a good place to start
> for me.  Do you have info on how to build it?

take 2 small unipolar 4-phase stepper motors
(I use the ones salvaged from old 5 1/4
disk drives, the ones with 5 or 6 wires),
a PIC, and a ULN2803 to drive the
two steppers. A 12V NiCad to power
the steppers directly a 7805 to power the
PIC.  Put it all on a small piece of e.g. wood,
put small wheels directly on the steppers as
front wheel, one swivel wheel (small version of
what you find under an office chair) as
back wheel. Add some sensors, e.g. switches
to detect walls, refelctive sensor to detect
black line on the floor, and start programming!

If this is totally unclear to you email me back
privately. Suc6
Wouter.

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