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Introduction I am Maqueen Hello, my name is Maqueen, is a graphical programming robot for STEM education, which inherits playability and simple operation of micro:bit. The Mini-body, interesting features and plug-and-play allow children to quickly learn graphic programming in entertaining, nurturing children’s interest in science and logical thinking. What are the features of Maqueen? Support for Makecode, will support Scratch and python later. Small size, flexible movement. All-metal miniature gear motor, good quality, strong driving force. Line patrol, ambient light, LED lights, ultrasonic interface, buzzer, I2C interface, mechanical expansion screw hole, etc. … full-featured, highly expandable. Exclusive customized POM bearing wheel, flexible and reliable, strong obstacle crossing ability. Easy to install, easy to use. Function Diagram Specification Supply Voltage: 3.5V~5V DC ( Three AAA batteries or 3.7V lithium battery ) Infrared Grayscale Sensor(High-low level) x 2 Buzzer x 1 Infrared Receiver (NEC decoder) x 1 LED Lights (High-low level control)…

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This is an Infrared Controlled Robot Car based on Arduino Nano. Components needed 1. Arduino Nano V3 2. L298N Motor Driver Board 3. 2 DC Motors 4. PCB designed by RoboCircuits and Made by JLCPCB.com 5. Male Female Header Pins Step 1: This remote controlled car can be moved around using practically any kind of remote such as TV,AC etc. It makes use of the fact that the remote emits IR(infrared). This property is made use of by using an IR receiver,which is a very cheap sensor. In this instructable you will learn how to Interface IR receiver to Arduino. Use an Arduino and IRreciever along with L298N motor driver board.   Step 2: Ordering PCBs From Jlcpcb.com jlcpcb.com is the largest pcb manufacturing company making pcb prototypes for projects. visit jlcpcb.com visit jlcpcb.com/quote Uload your gerber files   Files for this project are Attachments IR car.rar Download Step 3: Soldering…

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Arduino – Blinking LED LEDs are small, powerful lights that are used in many different applications. To start, we will work on blinking an LED, the Hello World of microcontrollers. It is as simple as turning a light on and off. Establishing this important baseline will give you a solid foundation as we work towards experiments that are more complex. Components Required You will need the following components − 1 × Breadboard 1 × Arduino Uno R3 1 × LED 1 × 330Ω Resistor 2 × Jumper Procedure Follow the circuit diagram and hook up the components on the breadboard as shown in the image given below. Note − To find out the polarity of an LED, look at it closely. The shorter of the two legs, towards the flat edge of the bulb indicates the negative terminal. Components like resistors need to have their terminals bent into 90° angles…

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