Arduino Board + Ultrasonic Sensor + Servo Motor + Hbridge DC Motor Control source
In the 16th tutorial, we are looking at DC Motors. These devices are very common in today’s world and especially robotics. The challenge lies in being able to drive them in both directions while varying the speed. Through the devices I will be demonstrating for you today, you will be able to better understand what it takes to achieve our goal and apply it in your own projects.
Relevant Tutorials: 1. PWM: https://youtu.be/u_2SLqrKWLM
Goals: – To explore the challenges of driving DC motors. – To vary the speed and direction of a DC motor from a controlling circuit.
Hardware Required: – DC Motor (Ideally 12V) – H-bridge driver – [...]
A servo is very useful in many projects! In this video we are going to learn how to use the popular SG90 micro servo with Arduino in an easy tutorial.
A Servo is a small device that has an output shaft. This shaft can be positioned to specific angular positions by sending the servo a coded signal. That’s why we need the Arduino, in oder to send that signal to the servo. Servos in general require a lot of current to operate since they have a motor inside. If you only need to control one small servo like this one you can connect it directly to Arduino. If you need to control two or more servos you need an external power supply or battery pack. Today we are going to use only one [...]
Playing with easydriver stepper motor driver with arduino nano, control by joystick and power by two 18650 battery, I’ll share my code after I clean it up, just in case anyone need it for reference. Good day! source
I’ve always loved automation equipment! A grade school trip to a museum with a marble machine using pneumatics, sensors, servos and more had me hooked.
Combining Arduino’s with mechanical devices and machined parts is just amazing. I’m working on a project using a stepper as a “feed device” and wanted to make a video experimenting with various ways to control the Arduino Stepper as well as measuring to see just how accurate it could be!
Arduino: http://amzn.to/1Ex28Av Nema 17 Stepper: http://amzn.to/1MOGUnS Stepper Driver: http://ebay.to/1B8l3zp Test Indicator: http://amzn.to/1tw6Qf3 Test Indicator Magnetic Base: [...]
Un robot compuesto por 2 servomotores trucados, un driver L293D para potencia, y gobernado por un Arduino UNO.
Se puede controlar mediante un mando a distancia por infrarrojos.
Como hacerlo: http://electronicavm.wordpress.com/2014/01/05/robot-controlado-por-infrarrojos/
A robot consists of 2 souped servomotors, L293D motors driver, and Arduino UNO controlled.
Can be controlled by an infrared remote control.
How to do it: http://electronicavm.wordpress.com/2014/01/05/robot-controlado-por-infrarrojos/ source
This video shows how my new Lego Arduino robot moves sideward. It contains a pneumatic system that drives down 8 wheels which can move the robot sideward. If you have any idea what this robot will be used for: make a guess! source
View Project: http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/projects/arduino-motor-shield-tutorial/ source
Complete instructions for this episode of Weekend Projects can be found at http://makezine.com/projects/data-dial-dashboard/
The Data Dial Dashboard brings back the fun of old-school analog dial gauges while updating them with internet connectivity. In this project we will use an Arduino, Ethernet shield, and 3 servos to create a system for tracking global earthquake activity. With a little hacking, it is easily adapted for any data you can scrape off the ‘net! source