Adeept Smart Car Kit for Arduino, Remote Control Car based on NRF24L01 2.4G Wireless, Robot Starter Kit, Arduino Robotics Model, Arduino Learning Kit with PDF Guidebook/Tutorial
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- The smart car kit is designed based on Arduino UNO R3 and Nano. This is a complete and fun Arduino learning kit. We carefully prepared a detailed guidebook/tutorial(PDF), the guidebook contains complete circuit diagrams and assembly steps, according to our tutorial, you will be able to easily build your own intelligent remote control car.
- The entire system is divided into two parts, the car and the remote control, the communication between them based on NRF24L01 2.4G wireless module.
- In the remote control mode, you can control the smart car through the remote control, so that the car forward, back, turn left and turn right; in the automatic mode, the car will automatically avoid obstacles.
- Quick-responding technical support for free.
- Working Voltage: DC 7V~12V, Powered by four 18650 rechargeable lithium batteries.(This kit does not contain batteries and you need to prepare yourself)
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The smart car kit is designed based on Arduino UNO R3 and Nano. This is a complete and fun Arduino learning kit. We carefully prepared a detailed guidebook/tutorial(PDF), the guidebook contains complete circuit diagrams and assembly steps, according to our tutorial, you will be able to easily build your own intelligent remote control car.
The entire system is divided into two parts, the car and the remote control, the communication between them based on NRF24L01 2.4G wireless module. In addition, this car also has WiFi(ESP8266) and Bluetooth(HC-06) interface, it has a strong scalability.
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1x Adeept Uno R3
1x Adeept Acrylic
1x Arduino Nano
1x Adeept Motor Shield V1.0
1x Adeept Remote Control Shield V1.0
2x Adeept RGB LED Module
1x Adeept Passive Buzzer Module
1x HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Module
2x DC Motor
2x NRF24L01 Module
12x M2 Nut
18x M3 Nut
2x M4 Nut
12x M2*10 Screw
4x M3*4 Screw
32x M3*8 Screw
6x M3*12 Screw
6x M3*30 Screw
2x M4*4 Screw
4x M3*10 Countersunk Head Screw
6x M1.4*6 Self-tapping Screw
4x M3*6 Copper Standoff
6x M3*12 Copper Standoff
8x M3*30 Copper Standoff
4x F687ZZ Bearing
4x F624ZZ Bearing
10x M4 Spring Washer
1x Cross Screwdriver
1x Slotted Screwdriver
1x Cross Socket Wrench
Please note that you need to prepare 18650 batteries yourself.
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Another easy change I made to the code to make it work better is in regard to the autopilot. First, when an object is seen very close so the car backs up, I turn the wheel *toward* the object so when it backs up, it is actually rotating away from the object (look for comment "if the obstacle distance is too close, reverse the travelling direction" and swap 45 and 135 in the two places). This helps it get out of jams much faster. Also, to avoid the case where the sensor can't see an item that is pushed up against the edge of its front bumper, I expanded the sensor swing arc (look for the line that looks like this except the numbers, and change it to what I use "for (byte ultrasonicServoDegree = 30; ultrasonicServoDegree < 150; ultrasonicServoDegree += 10)"). To avoid the situation where the car ends up stuck going back and forth trying to get around things, I made it so the backup angle and the turning while going forward angles are different. (look for comments "control steering and moving on" and change the first value to 120 and second value to 60 in cntrlCar1(), like this - ctrlCar1(120, BACKWARD, spd); Oh, and note that their code is slightly broken in that they labeled FORWARD as BACKWARD and vice versa). Finally, I make it harder to smash into things and get stuck but increasing the distances before action is taken. This means that everywhere you see "barDistance" and 20, change the 20 to 30 and everywhere you see barDistance being compared to 50, change it to 65. This longer distance, coupled with the slightly narrower turn, makes the car driving around work much, much better.
Another cool thing I did was I split the wires that tie the two LEDs together on the board so I could control the right LED using A3-A5 and the left LED using A0-A2. I then made them status indicators while in autonomous mode - both green while scanning, light turns blue if it sees a distant object and red if it sees a close object. Both turn red if the car backs up because a very close object was seen. Both turn white if the car goes straight. If a distant object is seen, that LED stays blue but as the car turns, the inside headlight turns white, leaving the blue light shining on the object being avoided.
I'll post my updated code as soon as I get a chance to clean it up a little and make a clean patch. With these changes, it makes it a whole lot of fun to watch the car navigate around a room! I'll probably write some code that rather than doing the move, scan, set direction, move, scan, set direction, move pattern that it does now, and make it move slower but continuously scan. If/when I do that, I'll post the code for that, too.
This kit is great. You can have fun with it as a do-it-yourself remote control car, but programming the autonomous aspects is incredible! Great components!