Smart Device Switch – A-Bot v1.0. The Intersection of Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering in Device Development
Mechanical engineering is an essential field that contributes to the creation of innovative devices that make our lives easier. One such device is the Smart Device Switch – A-Bot, which our company has developed and manufactured. This device is a small robot that can be controlled remotely or according to the schedule specified by the user in the application.
At the heart of the Smart Device Switch – A-Bot is a well-maintained structure, designed by our team of mechanical engineers. The device features a polycarbonate body that can be selected in white or black color, with very rounded curves that give it an attractive appearance. The structure of the device is robust, capable of withstanding the maximum incoming loads, up to 4 kg. At the top of the device, there is a lever that varies depending on the selected version, which makes it easy to switch the connected devices on or off.
The Smart Device Switch – A-Bot is an innovative device designed to control a large number of switches for wall lamps, table lamps, switches, household appliances, TVs, computers, routers, and everything that is in the apartment, house, or office. It is easy to install and use, thanks to the double-sided adhesive tape on one side of the device, which allows you to stick it to any surface without damaging it.
Our company has a team of experienced mechanical engineers who are involved in device development from the initial concept to the final product. The design team worked on the electronic circuit, and the pcb circuit board design was designed, followed by the prototyping engineering, where a prototype was made to test the design. After that, the firmware was written and debugged in our laboratory. Our mechanical engineer then designed the case according to our client’s request, and the case was 3D printed in our office, using machine design CAD.
The device has an engine that is powerful enough to withstand the maximum incoming loads, ensuring that it operates efficiently and reliably. It also has a USB-C input on the back, which allows you to charge its long-lasting battery. The battery life of the “smart” gadget is about 30 days, which means you don’t have to worry about recharging it frequently.
In addition to mechanical engineering, electrical engineering is also an essential aspect of device development. Our team of electronic engineers designed the electronic circuit of the Smart Device Switch – A-Bot, ensuring that it is efficient and reliable. They also worked on the firmware, which is the software that controls the device, ensuring that it works seamlessly with the application.
Our company is committed to providing high-quality engineering services and products to our clients. We specialize in digital engineering, where we use computer-aided design to create innovative devices that meet the needs of our clients. We also have experienced software developers who ensure that the firmware of the device works seamlessly with the application.
At our rapid prototype service, we use prototyping engineering to create prototypes of our designs, which we then test to ensure that they meet the specifications of our clients. This approach ensures that our clients get high-quality devices that meet their needs, while also reducing the time and cost of device development.
In conclusion, the Smart Device Switch – A-Bot is an innovative device designed by our team of experienced mechanical and electronic engineers. It is easy to install and use, and it allows you to control a large number of switches for various devices, making it a valuable addition to any home or office. Our company is committed to providing high-quality engineering services and products to our clients, and we use machine design CAD, computer-aided design, and prototyping engineering to create innovative devices that meet their needs.
This version of the devices was adapted by a microphone, and the device was planned for installation on intercoms. follow this link to see the first tests – https://youtu.be/FpC_mMkYKgk
Follow this link to see the testing of a batch of devices before sending them to the client https://youtu.be/-XSWf8zHktQ