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Arduino Robotics System

1 Parts storage 2 Color sensor 3 Puzzle storage 4 +12V DC 5 PWM Pins 6 Emergency switch 7 System ON/OFF switch 8 USB socket 9 Arduino Digital pins 10 Arduino I2C communication 11 Arduino UART communication 12 Dwin touch screen 13 Product storage 14 Conveyor system 15 Proximity light sensor 16 Proximity inductive sensor 17 Proximity Capacitive Sensor 18 Robotic ARM 19 Arduino Analog Pins

  • Fundamentals of using robot systems in industry specially robotic arms.
  • Learning about the main parameters to define robotic arms.
  • Learning about main components of sorting systems including workpieces (products) , conveyor, sensors , digital & analog inputs and outputs, actuators, manipulating parts. & etc.
  • Through the software, trainee will be able to control the robotic arm to perform the required tasks
  • Robot specifications
    • Payload: 1 kg.
    • Degrees of freedom: 4 revolute and end effectors.
    • Programming: Visual programming editor for Arduino with drag and drop blocks.
  • Working range of the robot axes
    • Base: 0:180°
    • Shoulder: 70°:156°
    • Elbow: 74°:143°
    • Wrist: 66°:148°
    • Gripper: 30°:150°
  • Footprint
    • Ø 120 mm
  • Tool connector type
    • JR plug
  • Control box features
    • Communication: USB
    • Power source: 100- 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
  • Robotics training system - (MR100)
  • BEDO Software + USB cable
  • Hard copy user manual
  • Laboratory PC

Robotics training system (MR100) is a bench top unit designed to provide students with necessary knowledge about system automation using arduino robotic arm. The trainer provides various automated experiments using a robotic arm which can be controlled and programmed using BEDO software. The trainer is provided with a robot control software in order to control the robot through an easy drag and drop programming.

  • The system features a small industrial sorting process complete with all components and software to be controlled using an arduino robotic arm.
  • The trainer includes a range of prepared demonstration programs to explore the design and logic used to program automated systems.
  • Additionally , the software interface allows users to develop their own programs.
  • Experimental manual provides a step-by-step guidance on the programming of the system using an easy drag and drop Beblock software with corresponding Arduino code.
  • Through the software the trainee will be able to either control the robotic arm using the pre-installed software program or manually by controlling robotic arm motors (M5 :base M4 :shoulder M3 :Elbow M2 :Wrist M1 :Gripper).
  • the trainer explains three different sorting processes which are
    • Differentiation between workpieces according to their materials using 3 sensors in the system and sort the work piece according to the result of the processing
    • Differentiation between four puzzle parts (workpieces) according to their orientation using a servomotor and photoelectric sensor.
    • Pause the rotation of a servo motor that rotates continuously with a complete 360° cycle at specific angles.
  • System operation module including:
    • ON/OFF switch
    • Emergency button
    • USB socket (to connect with external Laboratory PC)
    • Start button (used to start the experiment