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Obstacle Avoiding Car Using Servo Motor | How to use Servo Motor with Obstacle Avoiding Robot

  Introduction: We are glad that you Avoided many obstacles and found a straight path, just like our Obstacle Avoiding Robot. Do you want your Obstacle Avoiding Robot to solve a maze? Do you want to Upgrade your Obstacle Avoiding Robot? Today, we will be making an obstacle-avoiding robot using Servo Motor. Go through this article till the end and make your Obstacle Avoiding Robot using Servo Motor.   What is Servo Motor?  The servo motor is a closed-loop mechanism that incorporates positional feedback in order to control the rotational or linear speed and position. The motor is controlled with an electric signal, either analog or digital, which determines the amount of movement which represents the final command position for the shaft. Components Required: 1)     Arduino Uno 2)     Car Chassis 3)     Motor Driver L298N 4)     Servo Motor 5)     Ultrasonic Sensor 6)     12V Battery Pack 7)        Jumper Wires Circuit Diagram Follow the Circuit Diagram given below to make you

How To Make Line Follower Car with Speed Control | 6 IR Sensor Arduino Line Following Car

It's easy to make a robot that follows a line or smooth curves, but it becomes challenging to design the line follower robot when its track is complex. But we got you covered. Using 6 sensors and speed control of our car, we'll design our fast and advanced line following robot.  Before starting on this advanced project make sure you understand How Does An IR Sensor Works  and have tried making 2 Sensor Line Follower or 3 Sensor Line Follower . Hardware Setup Components Required Arduino UNO Motor Driver L298N 6 x IR Sensors (1 x TCRT5000 & 1 x HX-01) Car Chassis (Base & Motors & Wheel & Caster Wheel) 12V Battery Pack Jumper Cables Car Chassis Assembly Circuit Diagram Note: For speed control remove the tiny black jumper covering ENA and ENB pins on L298N. Make sure they are covered when not using the speed control, else project may not work. Software Setup Reading Analog Values of IR Sensor In our previous projects, we read digital values from IR Sensor - 0 for

Street Lights Automation | How to Use LDR With Arduino

   Introduction: At some point in our lives, we have wondered how the Street Lights work? Is there a person controlling these lights? Is it timed according to the duration of the day? All of this happens with the help of an LDR (Light Dependent Resistor). In this article, we will be making a project to automate street lights with LDR. So read the article till the end.   Required Components: To make the project you need the following components: 1.       Arduino Circuit Board 2.       LDR (Light Dependent Resistor) 3.       5 ✕ LEDs 4.       5 ✕ 220Ω Resistors 5.       1 ✕ 10k Ω Resistor 6.       Breadboard 7.       Jumper Wires Circuit Diagram: Follow this circuit diagram to patch the circuit. 1.       Digital Pin 4 → Positive End of LEDs 2.       Ground → Negative End of LEDs 3.       Arduino 3.3V Terminal → One End of LDR 4.       Arduino A0 Pin → Other End of LDR, that has connected to 10k Ω Resistor 5.       Ground → Other Terminal of 10k Ω Resistor Pro