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Arduino robotics system

1.Touch Screen, 2.Product boxes, 3.Servomotors, 4.Digital Sensors (switch, led), 5.Analog Sensors (Temperature, Potentiometer), 6.Storage Area, 7.Conveyor Belt, 8.Product Station, 9.Orientation Station, 10.Through-beam Photoelectric Sensor, 11.Puzzle, 12.Robotic Arm, 13.Capacitive Sensors, 14.Diffuse photoelectric Sensor, 15.DC Motor, 16.Control buttons

  • 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 - (MRM - 001)
  • BEDO Software + USB cable
  • Hard copy user manual
  • Laboratory PC

Robotics training system (MRM-001) 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