- Easy to assemble by yourself and easy to learn Arduino.
- This kit contains 36 kinds of parts and a upgraded tutorial book in box.
- This kit is ROHS&CE compliant.
- See tutorial video here:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2K0ws7Tl3rEZcZoEzh4kZsIRuG6AEYTZ
- Download tutorial here:http://7326097.s21d-7.faiusrd.com/0/ABUIABA9GAAghfmwuQUouNMU?f=KS0071+keyestudio+Mini+Tank+Robot.pdf&v=1462516886
Keyestudio Bluetooth Mini Tank Robot Smart Car Kit Aluminum Frame for Arduino
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1. Motor parameters: 6V, 150rpm/min
2. Use L298P driver module for motor control.
3. Equipped with Ultrasonic module, can detect whether there are obstacles ahead, and the distance between the Tank robot and the obstacles to realize obstacle avoidance function.
4. Equipped with Bluetooth wireless module, can remotely control the robot after pairing with mobile phone Bluetooth.
5. Can be connected to external 7 ~ 12V power supply; with various sensor modules, it can realize various functions.
1. keyestudio UNO R3 controller * 1
2. keyestudio L298P shield * 1
3. keyestudio V5 sensor shield * 1
4. HC-SR04 ultrasonic sensor module * 1
5. keyestudio Bluetooth Module (HC-06) * 1
6. Plastic platform (PC) * 1
7. Servo motor * 1
8. Transparent Acrylic board * 1
9. Metal holder * 4
10. Tank driver wheel * 2
11. Tank load-bearing wheel * 2
12. Caterpillar band * 2
13. Metal motor * 2
14. Copper coupler * 2
15. 18650 2-cell battery case * 1
16. USB cable (1m) * 1
17. Copper bush * 2
18. Flange bearing * 4
19. Hexagon copper bush (M3*10MM) * 4
20. Hexagon copper bush (M3*45MM) * 4
21. Round Screw (M3*6MM) * 10
22. Round Screw (M4*35MM) * 4
23. Inner hexagon screw (M3*8MM) * 10
24. Inner hexagon screw (M3*20MM) * 6
25. Inner hexagon screw (M3*25MM) * 6
26. Inner hexagon screw (M4*10MM) * 6
27. Inner hexagon screw (M4*50MM) * 2
28. M3 Nut * 6
29. M4 self-locking nut * 2
30. M4 nut * 15
31. Connector wire (150mm, black) * 2
32. Connector wire (150mm, red) * 2
33. F-F Dupont wire (20CM, 4Pin) * 1
34. Supporting part (27*27*16MM, blue) * 2
35. Winding wire (12CM) * 1
18650 rechargeable battery * 2
18650 charger * 1
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Some screws were missing, and other components which were not needed were included, so the company does have so quality control issues, but an a budget overseas kit like this it wasn't a huge surprise and they were only minor setbacks that I was able to fix with screws I already had available.
All in all, it's a good learning experience and I enjoyed the project.
- You need your own tools. Metric Allen wrench set, small nut drivers (I used 9/32" and 6 mm for the M4 and M3 nuts, respectively), tiny crescent wrench, forceps (a.k.a. big tweezers),lots of patience and time and some mechanical aptitude.
- Pay attention to the pictures - sometimes the words are misleading
- Use the zip ties to attach the sonar, and the curly plastic thing to wrap around the sonar+servo wires.
- There's a missing step: before adding the spiky wheels, you need to mount the electric motors to the chassis using M3 screws. I used M3 x 8 mm screws that I had already, but maybe that's what the M3x20 mm screws are for?
- To attach the tank tread, you need to have the tread's teeth (on the edge row) facing the inside of the chassis. I loosened the wheel hub screws to make it easier, and then re-tightened them after the treads are on. The treads should have a bit of slack in them, that's normal.
- I oiled the bearings for the load bearing wheel using a machine oil
- A toggle switch is a Really Good Idea, but you need to know how to solder. Those three holes on each side in the back are a perfect fit for a toggle switch. Wire the positive battery line to the center lug of the toggle switch, and add a wire to one of the outer lugs, connecting it to the motor control board's V_in terminal.
Oh yes - the Bluetooth doesn't work with iPhones due to some Apple weirdness. Thanks Apple.
After improving my obstacle avoidance algorithm (including more sensors), I plan to make this guy navigate GPS waypoints autonomously. The tank treads work pretty well going over little bumps.
The video instructions would be great if they stated what sized screws are used where. They also need to show the wiring. I am not very experienced and find myself having to wire the product based on shots available in various youtube videos.
This product is 90% towards being great. A pity they have stumbled over the last 10%. Ok...now off to upload the code!!