Instructables: exploring - stepbystep - technology - microcontroller - motor - featured Sun, 29 Nov 2015 22:20:18 PST BLOX v1.01 DIY MOSFET Motor Controller
DIY MOSFET Motor Controller - More DIY How To Projects]]> zeropt This is a simple to build motor controller. It is handy for many projects using a motor controlled by a micro-controller. It can be used as an Electronic Speed Controller (ESC) and has forward and reverse control. It can be used in robotics, remote control projects, portable vehicles and most thin...
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Thu, 6 Aug 2015 16:10:30 PDT
Easy, Reversible Motor Control for Arduino (or any Microcontroller)
Easy, Reversible Motor Control for Arduino (or any Microcontroller) - More DIY How To Projects]]> nothinglabs This project uses just three main components to provide forward and reverse control for a single motor.  You can easily interface it to an Arduino or any other microcontroller. It's so simple - you can wire it up "free-form" without a circuit board in about 15 minutes. Features: All parts avai...
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Tue, 12 Apr 2011 19:08:54 PDT
Simple Robotics Breadboard
Simple Robotics Breadboard - More DIY How To Projects]]> doctek This Instructable shows you how to build a simple, inexpensive breadboard for robotics experiments. It is a companion to Cheap, Easy Robotics for the Non-Programmer. Here we'll learn how to build a Babuino robot to use for experiments with the Babuino/Blocos software environment. Using a breadb...
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Thu, 9 Sep 2010 17:37:52 PDT
Gear Clock
Gear Clock - More DIY How To Projects]]> abbtech The heart of the clock is a PIC 16f628A microcontroller (PDF). This microcontroller has an internal oscillator however an external 20MHz crystal oscillator is being used since it will have to accurately keep track of time for weeks and months. The microcontroller is interfaced to two buttons and one...
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Wed, 21 Oct 2009 10:02:36 PDT
Control your motors with L293D and Arduino
Control your motors with L293D and Arduino - More DIY How To Projects]]> guibot After long research and trial and error, I have came up to a new walkthrough regarding this nice chip, the L293D.Each project is one project and each one has its own unique power configurations, so you must be aware of the best battery choice and how to distribute voltage through your robot.I strong...
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Sun, 26 Apr 2009 14:41:21 PDT
Arduino-Based Optical Tachometer
Arduino-Based Optical Tachometer - More DIY How To Projects]]> CMPalmer Over ten years ago, I put up a web page with detailed instructions on building a simple electric motor based on one from the Beakman's World TV show. I called it the "Beakman's Electric Motor" page and over the years it has had hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of hits. Realizing that just bui...
By: CMPalmer

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Sun, 16 Sep 2007 15:02:20 PDT