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Smart Automation to Robot

  • G. PruthaEmail author
  • G. S. Anitha
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 65)

Abstract

In this paper, the concept of the Smart Automation to Robotics is discussed. The main constraint of this paper is to obtain the power supply and to adjust the angle for the robotic arm. The power supply from the grid supplies to the power cord of the robots. The power is converted from the AC-DC bridge converter using the bridge rectifier converter. Then, the DC–DC conversion is made to reduce according to the required amount of voltage (Liu et al. in Robot assisted smart firefighting and interdisciplinary perspectives, 2016, [1]). The buck converter is used in this paper to reduce the voltage and to supply the power constantly to robotics. It supplies to brushless DC motor (Aamir et al. in Express Briefs 62(8):816–820, 2015, [2]). There will be six motors used in this paper. The angle of each motor difference is maintained such that the pallet from each station is picked and placed easily at the respective station. For this process, even position sensor is used (Chinag et al. in 40th annual conference of the IEEE industrial electronics society (IECON-2014), Dallas, TX, USA, 2014, [3]). By this, the robot simulation is done in the MATLAB/SIMULINK in 2017a version. The same process is carried in the hardware but the controller used in it is PLC programming. PLC is used for the robot to control the move to the required station in the store.

Keywords

PLC PI Robotic arm Load Buck converter PI controller 

Notes

Acknowledgements

I like to thank the institute and BOSCH Company to make our work in progress with all their support and wish and would like to thank our family and friends for all their contribution for doing this project successful.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of EEERV College of EngineeringBengaluruIndia

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