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Aiko's Battery

Post  drakke125 on Tue Nov 03, 2009 4:01 pm

I saw videos on youtube and I see that Aiko is connected to a few wiring. Does she need to be connected a computer to receive transfer of data or something? And the creator is wearing a headset with a microphone, I'm amazed that Aiko's voice recognition can pick up english even when there is an accent in the speech.

Back to the topic, does Aiko have a USB cable or plug like in chobits that will allow her to recharge herself or just use as a source of electricity in order to function? Or does it require power from a computer? (not sure if that's enough power either...)

Since it seems that she is being built to resemble the persocons and chobits, and since there's the goal of making her walk, if the time comes when a batter will be installed, how long do you reckon she can last walking?

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Post  Aiko on Wed Nov 04, 2009 12:17 pm

Aiko can run off USB power or external battery.
I do have Li-po battery for Aiko. I rarely use it.
But the max life is 2 hours, unless I put in a larger battery.
2800mAH will last 2 hours
5000mAH will last about 4-hours or so.
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Post  drakke125 on Thu Nov 05, 2009 4:45 am

Hmmm, since she's such a big machine, I'd like to assume that she 'overheats' very fast?

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Post  mikeccuk2005 on Thu Nov 19, 2009 8:00 pm

drakke125 wrote:Hmmm, since she's such a big machine, I'd like to assume that she 'overheats' very fast?

solution's here http://projectaiko.ace.st/project-aiko-hardware-software-f1/keeping-aiko-cool-t27-60.htm#1364

might be nice after all to create energy from heat to start with and use that to maintain safe temperatures, while able to create energy from it safely.

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Re: Aikos Bateries

Post  Gilda on Wed Nov 17, 2010 8:42 pm

I have one sugestion to Aiko's bateries life time.
Why don't recharge her bateries using a kind of dynamo?
I have a lanthern and a radio that uses it.
She could be charged with an initial eletric charge and after she can keep recharging by just walking and moving her body. So the resultant energy can be acumulated in the bateries for her use.
Is it possible? A source of power based in her movements?

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Re: Aiko's Battery

Post  ico on Thu Nov 18, 2010 3:34 am

Gilda wrote:
Is it possible? A source of power based in her movements?
no. that would be just a waste of money, material and energy
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Post  mikeccuk2005 on Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:22 pm

I found a nice shop for batteries.
I assumed that your setup are 12volt for most component? motherboard power etc.
I found this really nice size battery that might internally fit.
http://www.batteryspace.com/Customize-LiMnNi-26650-Battery-pack-11.1V-8Ah-88.8-Wh-10A-rate-with-PCM.aspx
This has 10amp discharge rate, enough for powerful motor running for lifting, that's 110 watt/s

Another good one would be:
http://www.batteryspace.com/customizelifepo4battery128v96ah123wh21aratewithseparatechargeanddischargeterminal.aspx
Really nice high discharge rate @ 21amps
I also thought 2 of these will fit.


More AMPS:
http://www.batteryspace.com/LiFePO4-40160S-Battery-12.8V-16Ah-204.8Wh-160A-rate-19.2.aspx
16amps capacity, 80amp discharge rate (continuous), look nice too. 160amps for 30 sec peak (i'm thinking a robot sprint for 100 meters Neutral)
Somthing a Terminator would have
lol!

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