Line Follower Robot Using Arduino Uno and L298N

Introduction: Line Follower Robot Using Arduino Uno and L298N

Line Flower is a very simple robot ideal for beginner electronics.

Step 1: How It's Working

The robot travels along the line using the iR sensor. The sensor has two diodes, one diode sends infrared light, the other diode receives the reflected light from the surface. When the infrared rays fall on the white surface, they are reflected back. When infrared light fall a black surface, the light is absorbed by the black surface and no rays are reflected back, so the photodiode does not receive any light. The sensor measures the amount of reflected light and sends the value to the arduino. There is a potentiometer on the sensor, with which we can adjust the sensitivity of the sensor.

Step 2:

Arduino now has to make decisions based on the data received from the sensor, until the sensor detects no black line it will go forward. If the left sensor detects a black line, the robot turns right, and if the right sensor detects a black line, it turns left. The robot will stop when both sensors detect a black line at the same time.

Step 3: List Element's

list elements:

1x Arduino Uno

1x L298N

2x iR sensor

14x Wires

1x Plexi 10cmx17cm

4x TT motor

6x baterryl AA

1x Baterry holder

8x metal distance 10mm

Step 4: Schema

Step 5: Ir Sensor Configure

Now before turning on the power, check that you have connected everything correctly. Copy the program code and upload it to your arduino, then turn on the serial monitor (in Arduino IDE -> Tools -> Serial Monitor). Place your robot on the black line and set the potentiometer so that the sensor value shows ≈ 1023, and on the white surface ≈ 33. Sketch ir configure download. Copy the code below and upload it to arduino. Have fun 🙂 Sketch download

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    Vignesh_the_maker
    Vignesh_the_maker

    Question 10 months ago

    hey there...its a nice one...........can i use a HW or a NIPPO 9V battries...