Vacuum robot

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Vacuum robot

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create cutting-edge vacuum robots with maximum battery duration, low audible noise and high-performance robot vision that meet MEPS requirements.

Design requirements

Modern vacuum robot designs often require:

  • Precise robot vision and proximity sensing for seamless navigation and object detection.
  • Reliable, accurate solutions for battery protection, gauging, monitoring and charging.
  • High-speed, compact and precise motor control for powerful suction and easy movement.
  • Secure, robust and low-power wireless/mobile connectivity.

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Technical article Adding imagination to your next-generation appliances PDF | HTML 31 Aug 2023
Application brief Ultra-Low Power Designs With the CC13x2 and CC26x2 Sensor Controller 27 Feb 2018
Technical article 6 situations where small amplifiers solve big challenges in vacuum robots PDF | HTML 24 Jul 2023
Application note How to Use the MCF831x to Solve Thermal and Quick Startup Challenges (Rev. A) PDF | HTML 20 Oct 2023
Technical article Using brushed motors to improve battery life and reliability in vacuum robots PDF | HTML 14 Sep 2023
Technical article Next-generation battery monitors: how to improve battery safety while improving ac PDF | HTML 14 Jul 2023
Design guide Introduction to Time-of-Flight (ToF) System Design (Rev. D) 13 May 2014
Application note Understanding Smart Gate Drive (Rev. D) 11 May 2022
Application brief Hall-Effect Sensors in Vacuum Robots PDF | HTML 10 May 2022
White paper How sensor data is powering AI in robotics 09 Jan 2019

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