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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Design guide Introduction to Time-of-Flight (ToF) System Design (Rev. D) 13 May 2014
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Technical articles You can be an electromechanical engineer 10 Nov 2017
More literature Hall-Effect Sensors in Vacuum Robots PDF | HTML 10 May 2022
More literature How sensor data is powering AI in robotics 09 Jan 2019
Technical articles Getting the most out of your power stage at the full temperature range – part 1 07 Jun 2019
Technical articles Keep a watchful eye on your house with the Blink smart home monitoring system 06 Jan 2016

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