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Hello all!

We're students of UPMH , a mexican college , we're studying aeronautical engineering , and one of the main subjects is programming , we have done a car the car was built by our team , basing in the knowledge we acquired in the subject , the main purpose of the car was practice of all we have learnt during the time of the course , this car is our last project of the subject

Our crew are:

CORTES VALLE SERGIO
GARCIA SANCHEZ RAUL
LUNA GOMEZ VICTOR HUGO
JUAREZ MERA XENIA JAQUELINE
OROPEZA AGUILAR JOVANNI
 
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Step 1: Get the necessary materials

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The materials we have used are:

Arduino uno

Protoboard

Gauge wire 20, 21 y 22

H Bridge

Bluetooth module HC-06

Car structure with 2 engines

6 “AA”  Batteries

A switch (you can use the one wich is included with the car)

Step 2: If you use an old RC car test the Engines!

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We looked for a RC car , for save money , we used a car of one integrant of our crew , then we tested the car’s engines to check the functionality of them , after that we remove the original car’s chip, to install the arduino “UNO” chip

1.- Check the engine's functionality

2.- Remove the original car’s chip

3.- Install the arduino “UNO” chip

Step 3: Connect

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Connect with the wires  Arduino "UNO" and BT module with the Protoboard

Step 4: Connect the batteries

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We used the batteries as the voltage source that provides energy to the car , we put a switch to turn on , or turn off the voltage source


kobalsky146 months ago
Veo que son de Mexico asi que les hablaré en español. Estoy llevando a cabo un proyecto similar y mi duda es si el giro de su vehículo es controlado por un motor dc o por un servo . Muchas gracias y gran instructable.