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From the Forums: J-Bot Robot Rover controlled by Arduino Uno and v2 motor shield

Rich O J Robot Rover

Rich_O shared an Arduino robotics project he has been working on for a while on the Adafruit Forums — and has shared code he tuned for autonomous roving!

I wanted to share the learning project I have been working on to program the Arduino and control a robot.

I purchased the J-Bot rover chassis (4 wheel / 4 motor DFROBOT ROB003), the (((Ping ultrasonic range finder, Standard RC servo (HS-311), Arduino Uno and the Adafruit V2 motor controller. I initially attempted this project with the Leonardo but It was to difficult for me to use the USB interface with the Leo’s virtual USB port. I used the 5 AA battery holder (fitted inside the rover between the motors) and batteries to power the motors and a 6 AA batteries to power the Arduino Uno and servo.

My next step is to add remote control via integration with my onboard Raspi via WiFi and the MobaXterm remote terminal.

Read more. And check out his code here!

Rich O Rover


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