Arduino Bluetooth Car Control




Arduino - Bluetooth Car Control

Project Application steps:
1. Install “Arduino Bluetooth Car Control” Application from below link:

Download Connection schemmatic, insallation steps .and Arduino .ino code from link:

3. Connect your devices. (It's explain at below)

4. Download Arduino .ino code to your Arduino Uno card.

That's all.(It takes just one hour.)

Youtube Link:


(Also you can make some different applications by change Arduino.ino code.)

Components :

- 1 X Arduino Uno

- 2 x DC motors. (Steering motor and Forward/Reverse Motor)

- 1 X L298 Motor Motor Driver Card.

- 1 X Bluetooth Module (HC-05, HC-06 ect.)

-1 X Batar yor Powerbank ( 9- 12 volt) (You can choose this according to your car's power )

- 4 X LEDs

- 1 X Buzzer

- 2 X 1kΩ Resistors

- 2 X 220Ω Resistors

- 1 X On/Off Switch

- Wires.

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Step 1:

Arduino - Bluetooth Car Control installation steps:

Take a toy car case with the above chassis structure.

Step 2:

We build the above device.

Make a plan for components layout .

Step 3:

Soldering Motor wires and connect the wires to Motor Driver.

Step 4:

Connect the Arduino - Motor Driver - Bluetooth.

Step 5:

Soldering LEDs and 220Ω resistor and buzzer..

Connect the Arduino - On / Off switch – Buzzer –LED’s.

Step 6:

We connect the On / Off switch to the cable connected to the positive (+) terminal of our battery (9 -12 Volt).

We connect the minus (-) end to the ground of the device. If you want, we can close the upper cabin and screw it.

That’s All.

The mechanical assembly is finished.

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    Reply 1 year ago



    Reply 1 year ago

    there is only 4x2 4x4 and so on , with every subfolder having the sch and the pdf of wiring , but no .ide file , cand you send it to please , just the .ino file