sumo robot senai brazil

SENAI-SC Sumo Robot

When you build? And Duration of progress

3 months.

What was the hardest part you achieved?

The most difficult part was the mechanical adaptation of the RE35 engines. We used Omega chassis with it’s kit motors and updated to maxon motors.

Robot’s Total Weight
2.8 kg

Maximum speed it can achieve
I don’t know.

Which batteries it uses?
2 x LIPO 11.1V

Motor models and reduction system?
Ultra Light Gear Bundle (0.8 Module – 9:1 Reduction)

At your robot what is more stronger, torque or speed?
Both.

Also please explain your electronics. Which Microcontroller system is used? What is compliementary circuits like regulator boards, motor drivers or other sensors…
We use arduinopro, the zero lag driver, and reflectance sensors all from jsumo

How did you made your PCBs, custom made or factory production? Or ready boards?
We used JSumo controllers.

How many sensors robot uses? What is Edge sensor and Opponent sensor Features?
5 x JS200XF Infrared Long Range Sensor.

Are there any tournaments that robot competed? Any degrees?
the robot competed in IronCup, which is a national championship in Brazil, but it was just a great experience, we need to work more on the strategies.

What do you plan for future on that robot?
We want to win some championships that will make us go to japan

If any JSumo product helped you please declare
JSumo parts helped us too much on developing sumo robot.

If you have any questions, please comment below. I will try to help 🙂

sumo robot senai brazil

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