UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino

UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino
UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino
UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino
UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino
UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino
  • UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino
  • UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino
  • UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino
  • UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino
  • UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino

UNO DIY Line Follower Kit compatible with Arduino

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  • This is the UNO DIY line follower kit compatible with Arduino
  • This UNO board has 14 digital input or output pins, 6 analogue inputs, a 16 MHz ceramic resonator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header and a reset button.
  • The L293D motor shield for Arduino is designed as a full-featured motor shield that will be able to power many simple to medium-complexity projects. 
  • This DIY line follower robot is an excellent DIY project for kids interested in robotics and engineering.
  • This line follower robot using Arduino will help Engineers who are just getting started with embedded systems for better understanding.

UNO DIY Line Follower Kit Compatible with Arduino

This is UNO DIY Line Follower Kit or Line follower robot, as the name implies, It is an automated vehicle that follows a visual line embedded on the surface. This visual line represents the path that the line follower robot will take. It usually uses a black line on a white background, but you can change it to a white line on a black background.

This type of line follower robot using arduino is typically used by beginners and students to gain their first robotic experience.

Giant line follower robots are used in industries to aid in the automated production process. They are also used in military applications, humanitarian aid, delivery services, and so on.

Working:

This line follower robot using arduino is a simple Microcontroller-based car with two infrared sensors.

These sensors determine whether the line colour is reflective or not. In this case, reflection means that the surface reflects the light. The White surface is the reflective surface in this case. (Only the black lines have a non-reflective surface.) This means that black tracks do not reflect any light.

The sensor detects whether or not there is any reflective light coming back. Only the sensor will provide an output (there are two types of output). I'll get to that later). And if there is no reflection, the IR sensor will not produce any output, or the output will be low. The microcontroller ( Arduino UNO) can control the car based on the High and Low Output results. The microcontroller ( Arduino UNO) instructs the car on where to go, when to turn (left or right), and where to stop.

This line follower robot using arduino consists of arduino UNO with cable , Motor driver shield for arduino , IR sensors , Base board , DC motors, Battery container, wheels , Jumper wires , Encoder disc, Switch , Hammer castor, spacers and screws 

    Pinout for the Arduino Uno:

    Arduino uno pin out diagram

    Arduino Pin Diagram

     

    DIY Line Follower Robot Instructions

     

    Applications:

    • Line follower Robot
    • Obstacle Avoider Robot
    • Maze solving Robot
    • Smart parking

    Package Includes:

    Specifications:

    Microcontroller ATmega328 
    Input voltage 7-12V
    Clock speed  16MHz
    Flash Memory 32K
    IR sensor distance measuring range 2-30cm
    Shield Motor driver shield
    Motor driver shield model L293D
    IR sensor man chip LM393
    Kit weight  380gm

    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. What are male and female jumper wires?

    • Jumper wires typically come in three versions: male-to-male, male-to-female, and female-to-female. The difference between them is in the wire's endpoint. Male ends have a protruding pin and can plug into things, whereas female ends do not and must be plugged into.

    2. What is the Uno used for?

    • The UNO is a low-cost, versatile, and simple-to-use open-source microcontroller board that can be integrated into a wide range of electronic projects. As an output, this board can control relays, LEDs, servos, and motors and can be interfaced with other Arduino boards, Arduino shields, and Raspberry Pi boards.

    3. How does IR sensor work?

    • Infrared sensors operate based on reflected light waves. Infrared light is emitted by objects or transmitted by an infrared remote or beacon. Infrared sensors can also be used to determine distance and proximity. The reflected light is detected, and the distance between the sensor and the object is estimated.

    4. What is motor shield L293D?

    • The L293D shield is a driver board based on the L293 IC that can simultaneously drive four DC motors and two stepper or servo motors. This module's channels have a maximum current of 1.2A and will not operate if the voltage is greater than 25v or less than 4.5v.

    5. Why IR sensors are used?

    • An infrared sensor is a piece of electronic equipment that detects certain characteristics of its surroundings. It accomplishes this by emitting or detecting infrared radiation. Infrared sensors can also detect motion and measure the amount of heat emitted by an object.

    6. Why Arduino is used in Line Follower Robot?

    • A sensor on the line follower robot detects a black line, and it then transmits the signal to Arduino. The motor is then driven by Arduino based on the output of the sensors.

    7.What is Arduino Line Follower Robot?

    • Arduino Line Follower Robot, is a simple autonomously guided robot that follows a line drawn on the ground to detect a dark line on a white surface or a white line on a dark surface. With the help of IR sensors.