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Thursday, 29 January 2015

Amazing Robotic Car with Steering, Controlled by Arduino Mega and L293D

by realfinetime  |  in Robots at  20:41

          Yesterday, I got an idea to design a simple robotic car that can be controlled used arduino. Designing robots using arduino is simple and requires less wiring. Extra things needed to control a robotic vehicle is a motor driver. Motor driver used here is L293D. Each L293D can control the direction of rotation of two DC motors. Here, my robotic vehicle has two DC motors. One motor is for the movement of car and the other is for steering. Some images of my robotic vehicle is given below.







          I have uploaded the video of my robotic car to YouTube. Video of controlling my robotic car using arduino mega is given below.

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