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Navigate around via ultrasound. Detects fire and fight against it. CPU: Atmel ATmega328

It is named Mr. “Red” Adair, named after the well known firefighter Paul “Red” Adair. An Atmel ATmega328 controller acts as brain together with a Pololu LVDSMC as motor controller.

 Firefighting robot

Mr. “Red” Adair – Firefighting robot

For the blower motor (robbed from a defect hair dryer) a simple logic level N-FET (IRL540N) has been used. The chassis is from a cheap RC car illumninated with red, white and blue LEDs. As power supply 3 AA cells for the drive motors are used. A 9V battery block has been used for the blower motor and the 5V regulated controller supply

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