In this project, we will show you the SK18B LED GUI Control which is a simple GUI platform that can be use to control ON/OFF or blinking the LEDs on SK18B.
This project main purpose is using GUI (Graphical User Interface) panel to control the moving direction and rotating direction by wireless communication. For this project, we need two SKXBee Pro, USB cable, PR19 Flexibot, 12V LIPO Batterry or 12VDc adapter and computer. In fact, this project is used computer (GUI) to interface with SKXBEE 1 (wireless communicate send command to SKXBee 2) for control the Flexibot action. So, we have to plug in the USB cable from SKXBee 1 to computer USB port.
This project main purpose is used a joystick to control the direction moving of Three Transwheel Flexibot with wireless communicate method. In this project, we have used SK40C (40 pins PIC Starter Kit), PIC16F877A, 2×16 LCD, small Joystick, two SKXBEE Pro, Flexibot (Cytron DIY project PR19), breadboard, 12V LIPO battery or 12VDc adapter and some wires.
In this project, we will use Ethernet shield and Arduino to create a simple web server. Using the Ethernet library, the device will be able to answer a HTTP request with the Ethernet shield. After opening a browser and navigating to the Ethernet shield’s IP address, the Arduino will respond with just enough HTML for a browser to display the data.
Oh, MC40A and LSS05 is on the rack. I requested 1 set of material from sales, want to test it out. For new comers, MC40A is Mini Mobile Robot Controller and LSS05 is Auto-Calibrating Line Sensor. For more information, please click on the respective link and download the User’s Manual and the sample source code (MC40A only).
Do you wish to make a manual robot like simple combat robot? To make a combat robot, there are few criteria that the robot must consist of such as main controller, transceiver, receiver, motors, and battery and of course the chassis with some weapons on it! Most people are not able to build the main controller, receiver and the transmitter as it involves circuit theory, power, and programming.