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  • Arduino Bluetooth-Controlled Motorized Camera Slider 5 months ago

    Sure, that's a future development I can make. Thank you!

  • Arduino Bluetooth-Controlled Motorized Camera Slider 5 months ago

    No problems at all. make sure that you properly set the voltage reference of the A4988 motor driver. the belt is properly tensioned.

  • IoT Using ESP8266-01 and Arduino 8 months ago

    Nope, it's right 😃 Tx(Nano)->Tx(ESP), Rx(Nano)->Rx(ESP). In that step only, we are sending AT commands from the PC to the ESP module directly through the Arduino nano board. In that case, We are not establishing serial communication between the nano and the esp but we send data directly from the PC to the ESP, that's why we are connecting Tx to Tx and Rx to Rx.

    In the step(connecting the load), we are establishing serial communication between the nano and the esp. So, you will see that we are connecting Tx(Nano)->Rx(ESP), Rx(Nano)->Tx(ESP). That's the difference between establishing serial communication between the nano board and the esp module(Tx -> Rx), and sending data directly from the PC to the ESP(Tx -> Tx) actually it's like connecting Tx(ESP) -> Rx(PC), Rx(ESP) -> Tx(PC). I hope it is clear now.

  • IoT Using ESP8266-01 and Arduino over 2 years ago

    Hello r0xer, thanks for your comment. Actually, I'm not using a relay in my circuit schematic I'm using a relay module which has all the protection that you are talking about as a separate module and this module is connected with the PCB I made through some jumpers. Thanks man :D

  • IoT Using ESP8266-01 and Arduino over 2 years ago

    You are totally right and I agree with you. Actually, I'm working on that kind of project and I will publish it in two-three days. You will like it :)

  • IoT Using ESP8266-01 and Arduino over 2 years ago

    Don't worry I got you, you can use the DS3231 RTC Module. It's very popular and has a very good online community

  • IoT Using ESP8266-01 and Arduino over 2 years ago

    Thank you Kevin for your kind words :D and yeah sure you can schedule the ONs and OFFs. but to do this you have to use an RTC module that will do that timing thing.

  • How to Control 2WD Robot Wirelessly Through Processing over 2 years ago

    I forgot that I'm sorry, I updated the list now you can check it out.

  • Bluetooth Controlled Pick And Place Robot almost 4 years ago

    Can you tell me what is happening with you, or send me a screenshot for the problem

  • Bluetooth Controlled Pick And Place Robot almost 4 years ago

    Yes that is the cause, you have to download Ada fruit motor shield library, just google for it, it is very popular
    After you download the library just put it in the library folder, you will find this folder in the place where you installed the Arduino software

  • Bluetooth Controlled Pick And Place Robot almost 4 years ago

    Sure i Will upload It In The Project, come back and check the project again :)

  • Bluetooth Controlled Pick And Place Robot almost 4 years ago

    I get it, the problem is You Are Connecting The Bluetooth module on pin 0,1 (Tx,Rx) Which used by the serial cable to connect with the PC, It will make a conflict between the Bluetooth module and the The PC, because each of them uses the same pins(0,1)
    So try to use the BluetoothSerial Library To Allow You to Connect the Bluetooth module on Another (Tx,Rx) pins
    You can download this library from the internet its very easy to use.

  • Bluetooth Controlled Pick And Place Robot almost 4 years ago

    is the car works with the app or not ?

  • Bluetooth Controlled Pick And Place Robot almost 4 years ago

    the mobile App Sends Numbers Through The Bluetooth Connection (Serial Communication),
    The Arduino Receives This Numbers And Check The (If Conditions) In The Arduino Code Then Executes The Instructions If The (If Condition) Returns True, For Example :
    If the Press The Forward Button On The Mobile App, It Sends Number (200) Then The Arduino Found That When It Receives (200) Go Forward, So The Car Will Move Forward.
    Another Example :

    If I Press On The Gripper Angle 0 On the Mobile App, it sends the number(205) the Arduino receives this number then go to the (if conditions) and executes the instruction for the (if condition) which returns true in this case.

  • Smart Home Automation And Security System Using 1Sheeld over 4 years ago

    Yes Sir, You Are Right Thanks :)

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