Hi, send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks, I'm going to test some infrared camera and add GPS :)
Hi, Thanks. For the Radiolink AT10 with the included receiver R12DS you can expect 900m max range on the ground or 1500m in the air (environment dependant). When it comes to 5.8 Ghz video transmission it's about 400m, but if you have a good antenna, it's even more. The battery lasts for about 2 hours, however, you can increase this time even several times. For you, a good solution would be a robot or a drone automatically returning to the base/home when it loses communication with the operator - it is not too difficult to make ;)
I believe that you will build a similar one for yourself ;)
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Hi Cristian, you can also use other 2.4 GHz transmitters like: https://goo.gl/p5vgFk, https://goo.gl/9noh8Z, https://goo.gl/tfSs94
Yes, of course, if you have more questions, you can write to me here or send a private message on fb: https://www.facebook.com/allmobilerobots
Hi Iregg, you can see how to connect VL53L0X Laser ToF Sensor in my new instruction - https://www.instructables.com/Automatic-Gripping-Using-a-Laser-Sensor/ BTW in this project I'm using Sharp GP2Y0A IR sensors in my robotic arm described here https://www.instructables.com/Remote-Controlled-Smart-Robotic-Arm/ VL53L0X sensor is not used in the example code so everything will work. I put it on the front of the robot, because it has greater range than GP2Y0A (up to 2 m) and it is smaller. I will probably use it to detect obstacles in the robot's path, but you will learn about it from my next entry or instruction. Follow my channel and stay tuned :)
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Hi, You just need to connect only signal pins of 2.4GHz receiver (ch2, ch3) and power supply (VCC, GND) as I mentioned in the description:FrSky V8FR-II 2.4GHz Receiver -> Arduino Mega 2560ch2 - 7 // Aileronch3 - 8 // ElevatorVCC - 5VGND - GNDAnd don't forget to bind your Receiver to the 2.4GHz Transmitter (Taranis Q X7) for the first time - please see the video in the description (Step 3)
Thanks for the idea, I'll think about it.
Updated, please check Step1 - Materials (chassis).
I will put the fpv camera over the gripper ;)
I like it, a very nice project! Thx!
I'm sorry for the mistake I have already corrected it ;) Thx
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The total cost is about 200 $
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Hi,The HC-05 and HC-06 seem to be unstable above 9600 bps. There are a number of bluetooth modules that can work with 115200 bps, for example: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12577
and BTM 222 (such as in the project) http://www.tme.eu/gb/details/atb-btm-222/bluetooth-modules/atnel/