Simple Automatic Moving Robot using arduino & L293d IC

Simple Automatic Moving Robot using arduino & L293d IC

Simple Automatic Moving Robot using arduino & L293d IC

This is a basic Robot operated by an arduino and what it does is that it just
roams around and follow a circular path by default code but you can modify the code to change the path easily. It is a simple project which anyone can build. .So If
You Ever thought about building a robot but thinking that it`s too
difficult and costly , well try this, it`s not.This robot uses very
simple code and can accomplish the task with ease.

Components Required :-

1xArduino Uno R3
 1xL293D Motor driver IC
1xRobot chassis

2xWheels
2x Gear Motor
1x Castor wheel
1xPower bank or 5v battery 

1x 9v battery
1xBreadBoard
connecting wires
Double sided foam tape 
We Observed
androroot
Sourabh Kumar
SK Yuvraj

  Circuit Diagram:-

Simple Automatic Moving Robot using arduino & L293d IC

  Steps:-

Make the chassis ready and find a good place to fix arduino, bread
board & Power Bank on the chassis with the help of Double sided tape .
And arrange everything on it. Now Follow these steps:-

✔ L293d IC – Power

Simple Automatic Moving Robot using arduino & L293d IC
  1. Connect pin 1,8, 9 and 16 together and connect it to 5v Of Breadboard.(Red wire)
  2. Connect pin 4,5 & 12,13 together and connect it to Gnd of breadboard.(black wire)
  3. Connect your 1st motor to pin 3 and 6
  4. Connect your 2nd motor to pin 11 and 14.
  5. 5-6 Volts connected to the Breadboard powering the motors & IC.
✔L293d IC – Arduino
Simple Automatic Moving Robot using arduino & L293d IC
  1. Pin 2 from L293D IC Connects to Pin 12 on Arduino .
  2. Pin 7 from L293D IC Connects to Pin 13 on Arduino.
  3. Pin 10 from L293D IC Connects to Pin 9 on Arduino 
  4. Pin 15 from L293D IC Connects to Pin10 on Arduino 
  • “9 Volts battery to powering the Arduino Board”

  Arduino Program:-

Simple Automatic Moving Robot using arduino & L293d IC

 
circle by sk.ino


The code is very easy. You can also change and Modify the code and try different things. You Can Download the attached circle by sk.ino file and directly open it in Arduino IDE.
For coding credit goes to-

Arduino Controlled L293D Robot ( Part 1 – Update 1.0 )


Simple Automatic Moving Robot using arduino & L293d IC

 Now everything is done and your robot will be ready finally.

So i hope after following all steps carefully you will make an Simple Automatic Moving Robot.
 Feel Free to comment & share & Have Fun !!
Sourabh Kumar

About Sourabh Kumar

Sourabh Kumar is the founder of weobserved.com, he is a Tech savvy Engineer, Artist, and a Blogger, living in Jaipur, India. He is a fan of photography, technology, Robotics, and Creative Artworks. He is also interested in programming and innovation. He loves technology, gadgets and Spends lots of time with them.

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2 Comments on “Simple Automatic Moving Robot using arduino & L293d IC”

  1. If the power supply isnt given to arduino externally and if we connect arduino to laptop alone will this robot work?

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