Power Supply

The robot will most likely have somewhere in the ballpark of 300 servo motors and this will require many many Sony Murata VTC6 18650 3000mAh 15A batteries to power it. I will need multiple battery configuations of batteries set in series - so one battery pack will be 24v, one will be 5v, one will be 12v, one will be 48v etc. That or we just do 48V and make a buck converter(s) chop that down to the various smaller voltages we need. This is a decent option I'll have to consider. That aside, I will want internal batteries built into the robot - as many as we can manage to fit with our dire space constraints, then I will also want to have the option for the robot to carry a backpack of batteries that he can plug himself into in order to gain additional battery life and have the ability to operate continuously. While one battery backpack is cooling/charging, another can be charging and a 3rd set can be operating the robot. Three sets of batteries then sounds like the ideal setup for constant robot runtime. He will be able to plug himself into the wall in whatever room he goes into so that he can always begin recharging wherever he goes. This charging cable should be at least 12 feet long so that he can move about a room doing whatever activities he likes while charging at all times and will be retractable so that it can pull back into his body when he's not using it - it will come out of his lower back. The AC power coming in through this cable will be converted via a custom ac/dc buck converter(s) and can be made into any votage(s) I want in DC to charge batteries and run the robot simultaneously.


 
 
 
 
 
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