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Omnibot ® Family Contacts Refurbushed & Making Replacement

This process Addresses the Mechanical Disassembly of the Robot and does not address the Electronics. Accompany this Procedure is additional pictures that you can expand to see more details as needed. This Robot has IC's and Transistors and are of the earlier designs. Static discharge can damage the electronics. It is recommended that you have and use a Static grounding wrist strap.

(Before) Bad Original
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(After) Replacement
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(Before) Bad Original
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(After) Replacement
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The above figure is the contacts in the Omnibot 5402 that needs to be replaced. They are corroded and not usable. (Replace) The above figure is the contacts in the Omnibot 5402 that has been replaced. The above figure is the contacts in the Omnibot 5402 that needs to be replaced. They are corroded and not usable. (Replace) The above figure is the contacts in the Omnibot 5402 that has been replaced.

Refurbushed - Replacement Contact for the Omnibot Family Robots

Bad Original (Replace)
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The following figure on the left is contacts taken from a Omnibot 5402 Controller that is corroded and not uasble. It has to be replace.
Refurbushed Original
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The following figure on the left is contacts taken from a Omnibot 5402 Controller that was corroded and not uasble. It has been refurbushed and can now be reused.

NEW - Replacement Contact for the Omnibot Family Robots. . . . . . Link To : Battery Contact Guide .pdf

Step #1 Dimensions
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Step #2
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Step #3
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Step #4 & #5
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Step #1. For Contact Material use local sources. Check in the internet for what is available locally. Step #2. Omnibot 5402 contacts created from scratch. It uses contact material to create the blank. Step #3. Bend the contacts at the appropate points Step #4. Using a punch indent the contact and then using a drill with a proper bit drill the holes in the contact.

Step #5. Heat treat the contact. You now have a finished part.


Replacement Contact for the Omnibot Family Robots

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The following figure on the left is contacts taken from a Omnibot 5402 Controller that was corroded and not uasble. It has been refurbushed and can now be reused. Step #1. Cut the contacts at the appropate points Step #2. Using a punch indent the contact and then using a drill with a proper bit drill the holes in the contact. You now have a finished part. Use Brass 2/56 HEX MACH SC screws and nuts to fasten the battery contacts.

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Source: My Collection - Updated 11-31-2008