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Revision as of 13:24, 5 July 2017

Abstract

This page describes the 'Ardumower Mini' that can be used to implement a full Ardumower for indoor software development and that you can purchase via the shop Shopping.png

Needed parts

Pictures

Videos

  1. Ardumower Mini and PCB 1.3
  2. Ardumower Mini
  3. Ardumower mini tracking perimeter wire
  4. Project LF: lane-by-lane mowing (Gyro+odometry)
  5. Project LF : robot position tracking on map
  6. Project LF: particle filter while mowing
  7. Project LF: robot position estimation via particle filter
  8. Project LF, milestone1 (working µC, perimeter, coil, motors, buzzer, LCD)

Steps

The Ardumower Mini can run the same software as the 'big Ardumower'. For the PCB, it's recommended to use PCB 1.3.

NOTE: Do not use more than 7 volt to operate the mini DC motors!

For further building instructions, see PCB1.3 and for uploading the software, see Azurit Firmware.