Navigator 2

built by Steven Frye

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Target Environment Locomotion Method
Indoors 2 Wheels
Sensors / Input Devices Actuators / Output Devices
Momentery impact switch 2 DC motors
Control Method Power Source
Autonomous Solar
CPU Type Operating System
None None
Programming Lanuage Weight
None N/A
Time to build Cost to build
N/A $16.66
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Navigator2 is designed so when the momentery switch on the front right hits an object it causes the left motor to cut off so then the only motor running is the right motor and when the right motor runs by its self it causes the robot to turn left and start a new path ,this is the same collision circuit that I used on Navigator1.This is why I named the robot Navigator to begin with because it advoids ocbstacles and wonders around are navigate,s as you would say because the robots name.Navigator2 also uses a resistor to slow its very fast motors down and my favorite feature is the 60mm square ,3V at 40mA solar cell which I used to charge Navigator2,s rechargeble Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries also I used a led for a blocking diode so the juice cannot leak out of Navigator2,s batteries and last but not least Navigator2 has an on indicating led.

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