Yahboom Micro:bit Smart Car

This micro:bit based Smart Car with IR and Bluetooth App ( known as Yahboom micro:bit Smart Car) is developed with the most popular micro:bit board as the core controller, This smart car is mainly the breakout board which elaborates the entire vehicle, and to this breakout the wheels are attached using the metallic motors and other components attached are high quality battery and firm bracket to create a compact and beautiful appearance. Firm brackets are used to attach the Ultrasonic Distance Measurer which provides the appearance to the bot/smart car. This smart car is controlled by Android Mobile App Remote Controller connecting with micro:bit on-board Bluetooth. We also offer three kinds of comprehensive courses: simple development board experiments, more complex expansion board experiments, and interesting smart robot experiments. It is the best choice for all makers, educators and amateurs.

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Step 1: Video :

Step 2: Some Images :

Step 3: This Yahboom Smart Car Kit Contains :

  • 1 x BBC Micro:bit
  • 1 x Breakout
  • 2 x Tyre
  • 1 x Micro Usb Cable
  • 1 x Infrared Remote Control
  • 1 x Screw Driver
  • 1 x Instruction Manual
  • 1 x Map
  • 1 x Ultrasonic Installation Package
    • 4 x M3*40 Copper Pillar
    • 1 x 4Pin Include Cable
    • 1 x Acrylic Boardfor Ultrasonic Sensor
    • 1 x Vertical Ultrasonic Sensor
    • 2 x Brackets
    • 10 x M3*8 Screw
    • 2 x M3 Nut
  • Power Supply Package
    • 1 x Battery
    • 2 x M3 Magic Sticker
  • Motor Installation Package
    • 2 x Motor
    • 1 x Universal Wheel Support
    • 6 x M2 Nut
    • 1 x Universal Wheel
    • 2 x Motor Bracket
    • 6 x M2*6 Screw

Step 4: Assembly Steps:

You can check the user manual provided in the kit .

Step 5: Instructions :

Download the program file " Bluetooth remote control.hex " from the source link.

Source link :

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Connect the micro:bit to the computer using the micro USB cable provided in the kit and then copy & paste the hex file in the shown micro:bit hard disk.

Step 6: Details :

Step 7: Documentation:

For more details and Documentation,

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Step 8: Links to Buy This Smart Car

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