Wednesday, 16 October 2013

ARDUINO based Quadruped robot using 2 servos

I all ways wanted to make a quadruped robot. And finally got a chance to make one. So i wanted to simplify the design with least possible hardware.

working video



I checked in the market to get good servos and found these VS-2 servos. These servos provide up to
 3Kg-cm torque.

To control the servos i wanted to use ARDUINO. I got Arduino mega with me. But that board is little heavy and my robot cant bare it. So tried for arduino uno or nano. I'm not able to find one in the Indian market and the cost is going beyond the budget. So i thought of making my own Arduino. 


 This board consists of an ATmega8 microcontroller working at 16Mhz and almost all the pins are exposed in this board and each and every pin is associated with  supply and ground pins.

 To load the arduino sketch into this board i made a sketch loader for it. In traditional Arduino boards FTDT chips(FT232) are  used. It is a USB  to serial devise. I googled about and found a similar chip which is a little cheaper in my local market called CP2102 from silicon lcbs.



MECHANICAL ARRANGEMENT












 







CIRCUIT DIAGRAM:

In this circuit diagram i didn't showed the Power supply for Arduino. if you are using any standard Arduino you have to use a separate 9v supply for your Arduino board. In this project i used an ATmega8L microcontroller(operates from 3.3V to 5V) with Arduino boot-loader. So i used a common power supply for both Board and Motors.
NOTE: if you are using a common supply the circuit may get reset continuously due to more load of motors. To overcome this problem i used 2x1000uF capacitors accross Vcc and Gnd 

ARDUINO CODE :


#include <Servo.h>

Servo mot1;
Servo mot2;


void setup( )
{
  mot1.attach(9); // servo one to  digital pin 9 of arduino
  mot2.attach(10);// servo two to digital pin  10 of arduino

}
void loop( )
{
   mot1.write(60);
    mot2.write(120);

   delay(300);
 
   mot1.write(120);
    mot2.write(60);

   delay(300);


}



10 comments:

Unknown said...

when are you gonna start working on the Humanoid?

Unknown said...

sir send me circuit diagram of arduino uno using atmega 8. at rkrai1726@gmail.com

Unknown said...

Hey! can i build this project using my Arduino Uno

Ckfrankart said...

Please send me the complete document of the project. Thanks

Ckfrankart said...

Ojiakufavour@gmail.com

Ckfrankart said...

Ojiakufavour@gmail.com

Water filter machine said...

Hi , can i use the Inverse kinematics to code the Robot ?

Unknown said...

very nice work but what the aim of project monitoring or control???

Abhijit Leihaorambam said...

can i use 103 capacitor instead of 2x1000uF capacitor

Unknown said...

Please send the complete document of this project

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