Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

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Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

Postby choyhong88 » Thu Nov 03, 2011 1:21 am

Based on the Robot. head to toe magazine march2010 vol.4, can i have the skematic diagram and detail hardware list that build up the robot?
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Re: Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

Postby yonghui » Thu Nov 03, 2011 1:10 pm

i think u can get it from cytron magazine's website. all the softcpoy of magazine and source code can be downloaded from the site.

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Re: Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

Postby choyhong88 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:15 am

yonghui WROTE:i think u can get it from cytron magazine's website. all the softcpoy of magazine and source code can be downloaded from the site.

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i had read the magazine, the problem is i need the skematic diagram and detail hardware list that build up the robot which is not mention too much in the magazine.
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Re: Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

Postby yonghui » Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:13 pm

have u visit the website?

at the download tab of the site:
http://www.robothead2toe.com.my/userpage.php?id=download

check the vol which the article u refer to . then click to download the source.

see the source is included onot.

update here if u have sucessfully get the code. and build the robot
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Re: Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

Postby choyhong88 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 7:43 pm

yonghui WROTE:have u visit the website?

at the download tab of the site:
http://www.robothead2toe.com.my/userpage.php?id=download

check the vol which the article u refer to . then click to download the source.

see the source is included onot.

update here if u have sucessfully get the code. and build the robot


Ya , i know. the code and the magazine can be downloaded from this website. what i means is the SKEMETIC DIAGRAM with the more detail COMPONENT/HARDWARE which is NOT PROVIDED on the website and magazine.
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Re: Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

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Re: Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

Postby choyhong88 » Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:53 pm

Bidirectional DC Motor Control using L293D. Then, how to connect the pin 1, 2, 7, 9, 10 , 15 from L293D to DSPIC30F4013?

if i connect
(from L293D to DSPIC30F4013)
pin 1 to pin 34 (use for Left Motor PWM)
pin 2 to pin 15 (use for Left Motor - 2)
pin 7 to pin 16 (use for Left Motor - 1)
pin 9 to pin 34 (use for Right Motor PWM)
pin 10 to pin 26 (use for Right Motor - 2)
pin 15 to pin 25 (use for Right Motor - 1)

is it correct? please correct me if i m wrong.
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Re: Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

Postby ober » Wed Nov 16, 2011 8:47 am

We have just updated the download files for Volume 4 of RH2T Mag, with Schematic of the Balancing robot. Sorry for late update, the author is busy designing stuff 8-) . You can download it from RH2T site, login is necessary to download. Vol.4
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Re: Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

Postby choyhong88 » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:17 am

from the schematic diagram , is it 3.3v enough to operate the RF receiver 433MHz? because the user manual states that it need 5+-0.5V
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Re: Magazine Mar2010 vol.4 [2 wheeled balancing robot]

Postby waiweng83 » Thu Nov 24, 2011 10:56 am

choyhong88 WROTE:from the schematic diagram , is it 3.3v enough to operate the RF receiver 433MHz? because the user manual states that it need 5+-0.5V


Yup, the spec says it requires 5V, but we just simply test it and it works. Maybe the range will be shorter in that case.
Anyway, it may be depending on the module, some may work and some may not. Thus its functionality is not guaranteed.

The easiest way is to get your hand dirty and try it out ;)
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