Fire Extinguisher Robot
Saurabh Shikhare, Dhananjay More, Shravani Balki, Kishor Wane
Low cost, HC-05, ATMEGA328, LM393/MQ3 sensor, L293D
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.
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Unique Paper ID: 151921

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 1250 - 1253
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