This paper focuses on the design and construction of an optimization charging system for Li– Po batteries by means of tracked solar panels. Thus, the implementation of a complete energy management system applied to a robotic exploration vehicle is put forward. The proposed system was tested on the VANTER robotic platform — an autonomous unmanned exploration vehicle specialized in recognition. The interest of this robotic system lies in the design concept, based on a smart host microcontroller. On this basis, our proposal makes a twofold significant contribution. On the one hand, it presents the construction of a solar tracking mechanism aimed at increasing the rover’s power regardless of its mobility. On the other hand, it proposes an alternative design of power system performance based on a pack of two batteries. The aim is completing the process of charging a battery independently while the other battery provides all the energy consumed by the robotic vehicle.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Technovation|
|State||Published - 25 Mar 2019|
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- Li–Po battery
- mechatronic system
- photovoltaic (PV)
- robotic vehicle
- solar tracker Test