Originally Posted by JLongton Thanks for the response!
After that you should now be able to see visual of what you roverbot sees FPV signal chappy? Two 12V cordless drill motors, each with their planetary gearbox. It's simple to make, easy to program and is a great starter project for hobbyists! Mike Lyons surveys everything you wanted to know about switches, relays and remote triggering. Preferably a Soviet T-34. All you really have to do is supply it with 12V using a battery or external power supply.
The 2 drill speed controllers with reverse, operated with servos.
JamesW23 3 years ago. Take note the one I showed you guys is just 200mW which is the cheapest one you can find out there. Kit quality, degree of "competence" required, and such.
Any suggestions? When you have an idea where to place it Make a male adapter for the batteries plug. They are a mix of both metal and plastic parts.
Another choice is making an L298 motor driver. Add a Poll to this Thread.
Good luck and Happy building! Moving forward back - no problem at all, but few turns and the tracks are off. Jan 20, 2016 , 01: This is our Bluetooth Version running with the plasma dash I guess I would say our old configuration was stylish but the tracks usually slide off so we just followed the normal configuration.
Is the 2KM how far it will go total before the batteries quit, or the distance at which you can still maintain control, and receive a FPV picture back? In the previous version we used Bluetooth which was not really a good combination with FPV since Bluetooth is only good for about 20 meters, but now with my parts and ASCAS' parts we are able to achieve more range.