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11.17 Schematic of hexapod walker
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Hexapod walker The connections Left servo motor Right servo motor Tilt servo motor start: FOR B0 Pin RB1 Pin RB2 Pin RB0
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Moves in forward direction only 1 TO 60 pulsout 0,155 pulsout 1,145 pulsout 2,145 pause 18 NEXT B0 FOR B0 1 TO 60 pulsout 0,190 pulsout 1,200 pulsout 2,145 pause 18 NEXT B0 for b0 1 to 15 pulsout 0,172 pulsout 1,200 No tilt Keep left legs forward Tilt CCW, lift left side Bring left legs forward Keep right legs forward Start by tilting CW, lift right side Keep left legs back Bring right legs forward
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pulsout 2,145 pause 18 next b0 for B0 1 to 60 pulsout 0,172 pulsout 1,145 pulsout 2,200 pause 18 next b0 goto start
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Keep right legs forward
No tilt Bring left legs back Bring right legs back
Not all servo motors are exactly alike or respond in an identical manner to the same pulsout command. The servo motors you purchase to build this robot will probably vary somewhat from the servo motors I used. Keeping this in mind, the pulsout commands that control the position of the servo motors may need to be adjusted. Adjust the numerical value of the pulsout commands to compensate for the particular servo motors used in your hexapod robot walker. While this PICBASIC program only provides for forward motion, a little experimentation on the part of robotists can have this robot turning to the left or right and walking backward. A few sensor switches on the front can inform the robot when it has encountered an obstacle.
Parts list for the walker robot
Servo motors 16F84 microcontrollers Aluminum bars Aluminum sheets 4-40 threaded rods and nuts Plastic machine screws, nuts, and washers Parts are available from: Images Company 39 Seneca Loop Staten Island, NY 10314 (718) 698-8305
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Solar-ball robot
THE INSPIRATION FOR THIS ROBOT ORIGINALLY BEGAN WITH Richard Weait of North York, Toronto. Richard created a lightseeking robot in a transparent globe (ball). More recently, Dave Hrynkiw from Calgary, Canada, picked up the ball (so to speak) and developed a series of light-seeking mobile solar-ball robots. There are two features to this mobile robot that are interesting (see Fig. 12.1). First is the method of locomotion. Inside the globe is a gearbox. One end of the gearbox s shaft is secured and locked to the inside of the inner surface of the transparent globe. The shaft being locked cannot rotate, which forces the gearbox itself to rotate. The gearbox is heavy, which moves the center of gravity of the sphere forward. In doing so, the sphere moves forward. When at rest, the weight of the gearbox keeps it at bottom dead center (the gearbox facing down), and the ball resists rolling. When the gearbox is activated, the box begins to rotate inside the globe. This moves the center of gravity of the ball forward, causing the ball to roll forward. The second feature relates to the power supply for the gearbox. The original solar robots had an onboard power supply that provided intermittent power to the gearbox. (For more information on this type of power supply, see Chap. 3.) The onboard power supply consists of a solar cell, a main capacitor, and a slow oscillating or trigger circuit. When exposed to sunlight, the solar cell begins charging the circuit s main capacitor. When the capacitor reaches a certain voltage, a trigger circuit dumps the stored electricity through a high-efficiency motor connected to the gearbox, causing the robot to move forward a little.
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Solar-ball robot
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12.1 Solar-ball robot
This solar-ball robot uses a similar gearbox assembly, but for power uses two standard AA batteries. The disadvantage to batteries is that they must be replaced when worn out. The advantage, however, is that they supply continuous power to the robot, allowing one to easily study its behavior (mainly phototropism), locomotion, and mobility. With the original solar-ball robot, one needs to use time-lapse photography to study these effects. The charging of the capacitor takes a few minutes, depending on the intensity of sunlight. When the electricity is discharged into the motor, the robot lurches forward a short distance. For example, 10 hours (h) of motion with the original solar ball can be compressed into a few minutes of study with this robot. While this particular robot doesn t incorporate the electronics for an onboard power supply, it still uses a light trigger. The circuit shown in Fig 12.2 controls the power from the batteries to the
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