Wall Fallowing Car With PID

About: I am an Electric Electronic Engineer student . I want to share some projects with you

I will show you how can you make a Wall Fallowing Car With PID.

Supplies:

Step 1: PARTS

Here is a list of parts that i used to make this project:

  • Arduino UNO
  • 4*DC Motor and Whell
  • 2*HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor
  • L298 Motor Driver
  • 2* Breadboard
  • On/Off Switch
  • Jumper Wires

Step 2: SCHEMA

I use adaptor and LM2596 voltaj regulator instead of battaries because i couldn't afford it.Don't wory about wire which you will see in the video.

Step 3: CODE

The code has explanations of code functions. You will easly understand it. If you have a problem , you can contact me.

//SATDELIASLAN //

const int ln1=9; //define L298 motor pins const int ln2=8; const int ln3=6; const int ln4=7; const int enA=10; //define L298 enable pins const int enB=5; //!enable pins have to connect with arduino's PWM pins!

const int trigpin=A3; //define left HC-SR04 pins const int echopin=A4; const int trigpin2=A1; //define front HC-SR04 pins const int echopin2=A2;

int distance1; //define distance and time int time1; int distance2; int time2;

int redLed=4; //define leds int greenLed=2;

void setup() { pinMode(ln1,OUTPUT); //all motor pins output pinMode(ln2,OUTPUT); pinMode(ln3,OUTPUT); pinMode(ln4,OUTPUT); pinMode(enA,OUTPUT); pinMode(enB,OUTPUT);

pinMode(trigpin,OUTPUT); //trigpin is output because it sends sound wave pinMode(echopin, INPUT); //echopin is ınput because it receives sound wave pinMode(trigpin2,OUTPUT); pinMode(echopin2,INPUT);

pinMode(redLed,OUTPUT); pinMode(greenLed,OUTPUT); Serial.begin(9600); }

void loop() { //FOR MEASURE THE DISTANCE digitalWrite(trigpin,LOW); //first, we start trigpin low delay(45); digitalWrite(trigpin,HIGH); //second, we open trigpin and send sound made delay(45); digitalWrite(trigpin,LOW); //then, we close again for other loop time1 = pulseIn(echopin,HIGH); //then, we open echopin and receive sound made and //we measure the time with pulseIn() function. distance1 = time1/(2*29.1); ////finally, we measure the distance between wall and the robot

digitalWrite(trigpin2,LOW); delay(45); digitalWrite(trigpin2,HIGH); delay(45); digitalWrite(trigpin2,LOW); time2 = pulseIn(echopin2,HIGH); distance2 = time2/(2*29.1);

//FOR LEDs int baseDistant=17; if(distance1 >= (baseDistant-1) && distance1 <= (baseDistant + 1) ){ digitalWrite(redLed,HIGH);digitalWrite(greenLed,LOW); } else if(distance1>(baseDistant + 1)){ digitalWrite(greenLed,HIGH); digitalWrite(redLed,LOW); } else{ digitalWrite(redLed,LOW);digitalWrite(greenLed,LOW); }

//FOR PID float error; float lastError=0; float integral=0; float motorSpeed; float rightMotorSpeed; float leftMotorSpeed; float rightBaseSpeed = 90; float leftBaseSpeed = 100; float kp = 6.5; //kp,ki,kd values should be chance for better result float ki = 2.4; float kd = 1;

error = distance1 - baseDistant; integral +=error; motorSpeed = (kp*error) + (kd*(error - lastError)) + (ki*integral); lastError = error;

rightMotorSpeed =rightBaseSpeed + motorSpeed/2; leftMotorSpeed =leftBaseSpeed - motorSpeed/2;

//to avoid high speed if(rightMotorSpeed > 150){ rightMotorSpeed = 150; } if(rightMotorSpeed <0){ rightMotorSpeed =0; } if(leftMotorSpeed > 150){ leftMotorSpeed = 150; } if(leftMotorSpeed < 0 ){ leftMotorSpeed = 0; } digitalWrite(ln1,HIGH); digitalWrite(ln2,LOW); analogWrite(enA,rightMotorSpeed); digitalWrite(ln3,HIGH); digitalWrite(ln4,LOW); analogWrite(enB,leftMotorSpeed);

if(distance2 < 20){ //if front distance smaller than 20cm //TURN RIGHT digitalWrite(ln1,LOW); digitalWrite(ln2,HIGH); analogWrite(enA,250); digitalWrite(ln3,HIGH); digitalWrite(ln4,LOW); analogWrite(enB,250); } }

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