Hello! Thank you for your suggestion, I will take it into consideration in my upcoming projects. If its possible you can share your PCB design here in the comment section. :)
Hello!:) The motors are not getting enough current because of the 9v Battery you are using. I think you have no hope using this battery, these batteries provide a small current only, they are designed for powering radio controllers, not motors. The solution is to use at least a 9V rechargeable battery but I absolutely recommend to use a 12v lithium-ion battery pack that will power up the robot for more than 30 minutes, since the 9V Battery will power up the robot for a few minutes only.
Thank you soo much for your feedback. Are you using a rechargeable 9V battery or not?
Thank you soo much for your feedback! :) Are you using a rechargeable 9V battery?
Thank you soo much for your feedback. Are you using a rechargeable 9V battery ?
I think that it's not possible to go further than 1km using this module :)
What is the battery pack that you are using?
Thank you! :)
That's a good idea!! An automated lawn mower will be definitely useful for people who have a big garden!! :)
Hello! I have already thought about this, but the problem here is that it will be really difficult to have a usable smooth looking video using an Arduino. But hopefully there is always a solution to any problem, you can simply download an app on an old smartphone like "IP Webcam" that turns your phone into a network camera and have a live streaming on your main smartphone! :)
Thanks you so much lettuce951 for your suggestion! This FPV camera is light and modular, so it will definitely be useful in this project!
Hello Coolerman! I really want to help you, so can you please send me the circuit diagram that you have made? :)
Awesome project, well done!
In order to include this library you only need to download the AFMotor Library in ProgramFiles\Arduino\libraries\.
The code is available at Step 7! :)
3.3 Volt will pass through the capacitor, so you can use a 16V or a 25V 10µF capacitor! :)
Thank you! Lets suppose that you are using a camera like ov7670 in QVGA mode(320 x 240 pixels for one frame), for a good video you require 30 frames per second, which is 76800 bytes for one frame, for 30 frame it is 2.3Mbps. The problem is that the nRF24L01+ has a transmitting speed of 2Mbps at 500 meters which will not be enough for video streaming.I wish that I helped youIf you have any other question, I will be happy to answer
You just have click on the green button(Clone or download) then you have to click on download ZIP. Then copy and paste the file that you have downloaded in this location : ProgramFiles\Arduino\libraries\
Hello! As you can in the second line of the code I have included a library called RF24. Simply, a library is a file that you include to make the code much easier to write. In this case, I am using a library called RF24 to simplify the coding of the nRF24L01+ module. In order to include this library you only need to download the RF24 Library in ProgramFiles\Arduino\libraries\. I wish that I properly answered your question.If you have any other question, let me know. :-)
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That's awesome! What a great idea!
Thank you! I have already found one! :-)
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