- 2-Wheel Self Balancing Robot by Using Arduino and MPU6050
- Self Balancing Robot ArduinoUno/mpu6050/l298n
- 2-Wheel Self Balancing Robot by Using Arduino and MPU6050 - All
- OSOYOO Two Wheel Self Balancing Car Kit: Introduction
2-Wheel Self Balancing Robot by Using Arduino and MPU6050
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Logout Register. I am half way gone , i think. My robot is moving back and forth but it fails to maintain the balance. I need the community Help The Parts I am using is : 1. BBOPN40 3. I love python and i am trying to write the code for this robot in Python only. Code: Select all
Once constructed, the car will operate and attempt to maintain an upright position through controlled movements, or after encountering external forces, such as bumps or obstacles in its path. It uses strong aluminium alloy structures and keeps the robot balanced using its center of gravity. In order to achieve high-performance, we tests various torque-gear motors to ensure the robot will keep balance and move flexibly even if it gets pushed suddenly. A perfect STEM education robot. Considering the safety of transportation, the battery is not included in the kit.
The goal of this project is to build a two-wheel self-balancing robot. The primary goal is to get it balancing on upright position. The secondary goal is depending how difficult is the primary goal to move the robot with RC or bluetooth device smartphone. The preliminary plan is to build the robot and using the IMU sensor accelerometer and gyro. Two motors are used to spin two wheels separately so we can modify the motor inputs to get the robot in a right position. Also we use a PID to have smoother balancing reaction.
Self Balancing Robot ArduinoUno/mpu6050/l298n
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2-Wheel Self Balancing Robot by Using Arduino and MPU6050 - All
After being inspired by RYNO motors and other self balancing scooters from Segway, I always wanted to build something similar. This way I would be able to grasp the underlying concept behind all these scooters and also learn how PID algorithm works. Once I started building, I realised that this bot is a bit of a challenge to build. There are so many options to select from and hence the confusions start right form selecting the motors and remains till tuning PID values. And there are so many things to consider like type of battery, position of battery, wheel grip, type of motor driver, maintaining the CoG Centre of gravity and much more. You might be an absolute beginner who is just getting started or might have landed up here after a long frustration of not getting your bot to work.
OSOYOO Two Wheel Self Balancing Car Kit: Introduction