crisstel.ro Cum se construiește un Beam Bot ? Ce sunt roboții beam ? Roboții beam bot sunt roboți simpli construiți cu ajutorul circuitelor electronice analogice roboții beam nu utilizează microcontrolere sau microprocesoare să se apropie sau să se îndepărteze fată de sursa de lumină să se apropie sau să se îndepărteze fată de sursa de sunet să se apropie sau să se îndepărteze fată de sursa radio să se apropie sau să se îndepărteze față de sursa de căldură Pentru a construi un robot beam ca în tutorialul de mai jos vei avea nevoie de: un motor de curent continuu un LED 3 condensatori electrolitici tranzistoare 2N3904 și 2N3906 rezistoare o celula solara și o sârma din aluminiu Un alt tip de robot este cel care răspunde la prezenta sau lipsa luminii Robotul descris în tutorialul de mai jos are la baza un circuit integrat LM386 care comanda cele 2 motorașe în funcție de nivelul luminii

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Ce sunt roboții beam ?

Roboții beam bot sunt roboți simpli construiți cu ajutorul circuitelor electronice analogice. Cu alte cuvinte, roboții beam nu utilizează microcontrolere sau microprocesoare.

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Roboții beam pot fi construiți să reacționeze la:

  • lumină: să se apropie sau să se îndepărteze fată de sursa de lumină;
  • sunet: să se apropie sau să se îndepărteze fată de sursa de sunet;
  • unde radio: să se apropie sau să se îndepărteze fată de sursa radio;

Cum se construiește un robot beam ?

Pentru a construi un robot beam ca în tutorialul de mai jos vei avea nevoie de: un motor de curent continuu, un LED, 3 condensatori electrolitici, tranzistoare 2N3904 și 2N3906, rezistoare, o celula solara și o sârma din aluminiu.

Un alt tip de robot este cel care răspunde la prezenta sau lipsa luminii. Robotul descris în tutorialul de mai jos are la baza un circuit integrat LM386 care comanda cele 2 motorașe în funcție de nivelul luminii….

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Cum se construiește un Beam Bot ?

  • Cum se construieste un Beam Bot ? Ce sunt robotii beam ? Robotii beam bot sunt roboti simpli construiți cu ajutorul circuitelor electronice analogice. Cu alte cuvinte, robotii beam nu utilizeaza microcontrollere sau microprocesoare. Robotii beam pot fi construiti sa reactioneze la: • lumina: sa se apropie sau sa se indeparteze fata de sursa de lumina; • sunet: sa se apropie sau sa se indeparteze fata de sursa de sunet; • unde radio: sa se apropie sau sa se indeparteze fata de sursa radio; • caldura: sa se apropie sau sa se indeparteze fata de sursa de caldura; Cum se construieste un robot beam ? Pentru a construi un robot beam ca in tutorialul de mai jos vei avea nevoie de: un motor de curent continuu, un LED, 3 condensatori electrolitici, tranzistoare 2N3904 si 2N3906, rezistoare, o celula solara si o sarma din aluminiu. Un alt tip de robot este cel care raspunde la prezenta sau lipsa luminii. Robotul descris in tutorialul de mai jos are la baza un circuit integrat LM386 care comanda cele 2 motorase in functie de nivelul luminii. Citește și: https://crisstel.ro/clouds-lights/

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