How to Make Radio Controlled Arduino Car with FS-iA6 and LM298N Motor Driver Board

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How to Make Radio Controlled Arduino Car with FS-iA6 and LM298N Motor Driver Board




Arduino Based Car

 




Components Needed

    1. Arduino UNO –

2. FlySky Transmitter Reciever

3. L298N Motor Driver

4. DC Motors

5. Servo Motor

4. Jumper Wires

5. Wheels

6. LiPo Battery

7. LiPo Charger




Watch this video for Detailed Tutorial

VIDEO




Code

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10 Responses

  1. Where can I find a link to the code for this wonderful project?

    • RoboCircuits says:

      Sorry for the late reply… I will send you code soon.
      Wait please

      • RoboCircuits says:

        /* This is the code for controlling any R/C car with an airplane transmitter written by Vishnu Chaitanya Karpuram. Enjoy!! */
        int motor1Left = 5;// defines pin 5 as connected to the motor
        int motor1Right= 6;// defines pin 6 as connected to the motor
        int motor2Left = 7;// defines pin 7 as connected to the motor
        int motor2Right = 8;// defines pin 8 as connected to the motor

        int channel1 = 9; // defines the channels that are connected
        int channel2 = 10;// to pins 9 and 10 of arduino respectively

        int Channel1 ; // Used later to
        int Channel2 ; // store values

        void setup ()
        {
        pinMode (motor1Left, OUTPUT);// initialises the motor pins
        pinMode (motor1Right, OUTPUT);
        pinMode (motor2Left, OUTPUT);
        pinMode (motor2Right, OUTPUT);// as outputs
        pinMode (channel1, INPUT);// initialises the channels
        pinMode (channel2, INPUT);// as inputs
        Serial.begin (9600); // Sets the baud rate to 9600 bps
        }

        void loop ()
        {
        Channel1 = (pulseIn (channel1, HIGH)); // Checks the value of channel1
        Serial.println (Channel1); //Prints the channels value on the serial monitor

        if (Channel1 > 1300 && Channel1 < 1500 ) /*If these conditions are true, do the following. These are the values that I got from my transmitter, which you may customize according to your transmitter values */ { digitalWrite (motor1Left, LOW); // Sets both the digitalWrite (motor1Right, LOW);// motors to low } if (Channel1 < 1300) // Checks if Channel1 is lesser than 1300 { digitalWrite (motor1Left, HIGH);// Turns the left digitalWrite (motor1Right, LOW); // motor forward } if (Channel1 > 1500) // Checks if Channel1 is greater than 1500
        {
        digitalWrite (motor1Left, LOW);// Turns the right
        digitalWrite (motor1Right, HIGH);// motor forward
        }
        Channel2 = (pulseIn (channel2, HIGH)); // Checks the value of channel1
        Serial.println (Channel2); //Prints the channels value value on the serial monitor

        if (Channel2 > 1300 && Channel1 < 1500 ) // If these conditions are true, do the following { digitalWrite (motor2Left, LOW);// Sets both the digitalWrite (motor2Right, LOW);// motors to low } if (Channel2 < 1300) // Checks if Channel2 is lesser than 1300 { digitalWrite (motor2Left, LOW);// Turns the left digitalWrite (motor2Right, HIGH);// motor backward } if (Channel2 > 1500) // Checks if Channel2 is greater than 1500
        {
        digitalWrite (motor2Left, HIGH);// Turns the right
        digitalWrite (motor2Right, LOW);// motor backward
        }

  2. Hi RoboCircuits

    I will wait with patience 🙂

  3. ZHENG says:

    Thanks for u share it bro, I am a Diy fans,i can’t find a new PCB board. i really want make a new project.
    My bro always take a newpcb from this site https://www.pcbgogo.com/?code=y,
    Pls tell me what kind of PCB that i need.If the borad is very expensive i can’t afford it.So maybe i can made a simple piano,Use the cheapest board.My bro said it only 5$ for 10pcs
    may be i will try it .

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