Fire Extinguisher Robot
Author(s):
Saurabh Shikhare, Dhananjay More, Shravani Balki, Kishor Wane
Keywords:
Low cost, HC-05, ATMEGA328, LM393/MQ3 sensor, L293D
Abstract
The study will build a low-cost firefighting robot that uses Bluetooth remote control technology. The HC-05 Bluetooth module is used to start the operation. The robotic vehicle is packed with water dispensers and shower heads, and a wireless network to fuel them. Using the Bluetooth push program instructions, the transmitting end passes direction-based commands to the receiving end to decide where the robot can go. At the receiving end, three engines are connected to a microcontroller which drives two of them. One of them is used to drive the vehicle, and the other is used to sprinkle water onto the burners during service. A water tank is mounted on a robot chassis, and the robot's operation is detected by a Light Intensity (LI) sensor or MQ-3 smoke detector. The microcontroller found inside the ATMEGA328 series operates the cash dispenser. The L293D IC engine driver and the computer that controls the engines are merged into one unit.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 151921

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 1250 - 1253
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