3.1 Arduino (UNO/atmel328)Arduino Uno is an incredible decision for your firstArduino. It has 14 advanced data/yield pins (of which 6 can be utilized as PWMyields), 6 simple data sources, a USB jack, power input, a reset button and thesky is the limit from there. It contains everything expected to bolster themicrocontroller; essentially associate it to a PC with a USB (Ladyada.
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Figure 3.1: Arduino (UNO)3.2 Burning laserWhenthe target is captured (appears at the middle of the screen) Arduino turns onthe laser which is pointed at the target. Shown in figure 3.2Specification:Power:5mw.Wavelength:532nm.
Figure 3.2: Burning Laser 3.3 Servo motor (SG90)3.3.1PWM:Pulse width modulation (PWM)is a technique for twofold flags era, which has 2 flag periods (high and low).The width (W) of each heartbeat changes in the vicinity of 0 and the period(T).
The fundamental rule is control of energy by shifting the obligationcycle.The rotational speed of a DC motor is directlyproportional to the average value of the supply voltage. The higher this value,the faster the motor will rotate. By varying the “Duty Ratio” (D), tON/t OFF, the average value of the motor voltage and hence its rotational speedcan be varied. Shown in figure 3.
3 Figure3.3:PWM (duty cycle) Forbetter comprehension of PWM these diagrammatic portrayals can be utilized.These figures speak to the waveforms gotten as yield at various voltagerequirements. RapidSignal (90%): The green some portion of the signal is on time and the whitesome portion of the same signal shown to off time when it is not having anyvoltage. Shown in the figures below. .Figure3.4: Signal with High voltage (90%) Figure3.
5: Signal with Half voltage (50%) Figure3.6: Signal with Low voltage (10%) 3.3.2Servo motor: Its position is definedby the width of duty cycle of the PWM pulses arriving from Arduino. Shown inFigure 3.7.
Thiswill redirect the mechanical structure towards the target. Figure 3.7: PWM Period in Servo Motor Figure 3.8: Servo Motor (SG90) Table 3.1:Specifications Weight 9 g Stall torque 1.8 kgf cm Speed 60 degree/0.1s Voltage 4.8 V (~5V)