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Autonomous Control of RC Car Using Arduino
Really gr8 work, sir I am also working on this project can u please send me a schematic diagram of this project and code, it will be really thank full to u, My email id - email@example.com
Hey I am also making my Bluetooth control car with arduino, can u please send me a schematic diagram of this and also code u used? Send me to - firstname.lastname@example.orgPlzz send as soon as possible, its urgent, looking forward for your replyy
Can you send me a schematic diagram for this and the code that u used? email@example.com thanks :)
The difficulty is soldering wires to the tiny board on the cheap R/C car I bought from Target. A 5 pack AA battery pack that came with the car provided plenty of power to drive the R/C car motors via the L298N. We won the race with this design. These R/C cars are so fast compare to the standard Aduino car kit.
the L298N has a 3V drop between VCC and your motors... it works great but only on high voltage applications. You can make your own H-Bridge too but have to use higher end transistors to avoid the same voltage drop... 2n390x won't work very well. This becomes price prohibitive.For most cars the original poster's idea works well and is super easy, and you end up using the cars built-in H-Bridge which is usually more efficient. Most cheap RC cars use the same control chip so the wiring is the same (even on different brands). The poster in this case identified the wiring on this model RC car, but if you look closely at the actual board you will find the same chip (and pins) on most other cars as well. You just have to verify which wires trigger forward/backward/left/right and use the Arduino to flip those positive or negative to activate each circuit. Pretty easy once you do it once or twice.
Hello i have batman monsternam rc truck but i dont have remote c how can i program with arduino?
Hey, can I ask for a schematic diagram for this? Just email me via firstname.lastname@example.org.Great work btw!
Excellent instructions !I can't find the exact RC car, are pins 2,6,7,10 & 11 universal across all RC toy cars ?That is the only tricky part about this instructions and if done incorrectly can render the whole thing useless.
Pls can u send me the schematics(superRichard240@gmail.com ) and the code that u used to create it because i wanted to create one like that with my little cousin. Anything you can give me would really help. Thanx in advance
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