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How to use the L298N motor driver module

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The L298N Motor Driver is a controller that uses an H-Bridge to easily control motors direction and PWM to control the speed. This module allows you to independently manage two motors of up to 2A each in both directions. Supply range may vary between 5V and 35V, enough for most DC motor projects.

How to control servo motor with Arduino

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A servo motor is a type of motor that is designed to provide precise control of position and speed. It is a rotary actuator that can rotate to a specified angle with a high degree of accuracy. Servo motors are commonly used in a wide variety of applications, including robotics, factory automation, camera stabilization systems, and remote-controlled vehicles, to name a few.

How to control mini water pump with Arduino

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The advent of Arduino microcontrollers has revolutionized the world of electronics and automation. With their user-friendly interface and vast array of modules and sensors, Arduino boards have become the go-to choice for hobbyists and professionals alike. In this article, we will explore the significance of a 5V water pump module, the importance of using transistors, and how to effectively connect the two to create an efficient water control system.

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DIY - Remote control car running on Arduino

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Radio control cars are small vehicles powered by electric or gas motors that can be remotely controlled by a transmitter. The transmitter sends signals to a receiver on the car, allowing the operator to control the car's speed, direction, and steering. Radio control cars are available in a variety of sizes, from miniature models that can fit in the palm of your hand to large off-road vehicles that can climb over rough terrain.

DIY - Remote control car running on Arduino: code

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The physical assembly of the car has been completed with all the components properly installed and ready for use. The next steps involve reprogramming the Arduino Nano with the appropriate software to enable all the features, including pairing the car with the AirControl joystick via the NRF24L01 module.

DIY - Remote control car running on Arduino: mounting

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With the idea of making a remote-controlled car in mind, we began our investigation by disassembling the frame to uncover its internal components and understand how they work. By gaining a clear understanding of the car's original configuration, we were able to approach the modifications with greater confidence, knowing what changes were necessary and how they would integrate with the existing system.

Connecting a motor to Arduino

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Arduino microcontrollers are the heart of countless DIY projects, from robots to automated systems. To bring these projects to life, you often need to interface them with motors. In this guide, we'll walk you through the essential steps of connecting a motor to an Arduino using a separate power supply while ensuring control with precision using an NPN transistor. This approach allows you to harness the full potential of your motorized creations without overloading your Arduino.