Robot Controller: the brain of the robot. Robot controllers contain microcontrollers, memory, and other components that enable them to control the robot's motion, sensors, and other functions.
Motor Controller: Regulates the speed and torque of the motors used in robots, contains microcontrollers, power electronics, and other components that allow them to regulate the voltage and current supplied to the motors.
Sensors: Detecting changes in the robot's environment or position, sensors contain sensors, amplifiers, and other components that enable them to convert physical signals into electrical signals and vice versa.
Actuators: Convert electrical signals into mechanical motion, containing power electronics and other components that enable them to control the motion of robot joints and other mechanical components.
Power Supply: It can convert AC power to DC and regulate the voltage and current supplied to connected robot components. The power supply contains components such as transformers, rectifiers and voltage regulators, enabling them to provide stable and efficient power to connected devices.
Communication Module: Enables robots to communicate with other robots, computers or the Internet. Communication modules contain wireless communication chips, microcontrollers, and other components that enable them to transmit and receive data.
In all of these robot applications, PCB assembly plays a critical role in the performance, reliability, and safety of the robot. The assembly process must be carefully controlled and optimized to meet the requirements of the specific robot, ensuring that it meets the necessary regulatory standards for safety and effectiveness in robotic environments.