This content is Using internet to Controlled robot arm.
This content the proud owner of my first robotic arm kit, a Lynxmotion AL-5D, with the heavy-duty wrist rotate mechanism.
1. Lynxmotion AL-5D arm kit(SSC-32 Servo) – Robot arm kit
2. Arudino Uno. – Main core
3. Arduino Ethernet shield(W5100) – Using Web
4. Axis M1011 camera – For Video Streaming
5. PowerSwitch Tail II – Power consumption reduction
– Bug fix & technical
After the arm was functional, I continued to work out a few bugs where the Ethernet shield would crash if too many commands were received too fast. By allowing only one command every few seconds from the web site, this problem was eventually solved. I also added a laser pointer to help indicate the direction the arm was pointing, as well as a distance sensor (probably pulled from an automatic faucet), just for fun. The distance sensor is not linear, so I had to model the performance in a simple quadratic equation. It is fairly accurate now, although it still has limitations at far and very close distances.
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Tags: 201111, W5100, Arduino Ethernet shield, Arduino uno, Robot control, robot arm