DIY Wooden Robotic Dinosaur (with Remote Control)

INTRODUCTION

This is the tutorial to modify the DIY Wooden Robotic Dinosaur (with Batteries) to a remote control DIY Wooden Robotic Dinosaur using the small receiver and  the transmitter with antenna. 

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HARDWARE

Note : Soldering is needed. Receiver and Transmitter can be obtain in this kit.

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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

Remote Control
Transmitter (FC-203)Batteries HolderAntenna
 VCCV+ (RED) 
GND V- (BLACK) 
ANT Antenna Rod

The transmitter (FC-203) comes with the wire that has been soldered but we need to solder the RED wire (VCC) and the BLACK wire (GND) to the Battery’s Holder.

  1. RED wire (VCC) solder to +V on the Batteries Holder
  2. BLACK wire (GND) solder to -V on the Batteries Holder
  3. The Antenna Rod will be screwed with the BLACK wire (ANT) 

 

Motor Connection
MotorReceiver (FC-230RX)Batteries HolderAntenna
M1AB (YELLOW)  
M1BF (GREEN)  
 V+ (RED)V+ (RED) 
 V- (BLACK)V- (BLACK) 
 ANT Antenna Rod

The Receiver (FC-230RX) comes with the wire that has been soldered which is the YELLOW wire (B), the GREEN wire (F), the RED wire (V+), the BLACK wire (V-), and other BLACK wire (ANT). The Batteries Holder and the Motor need to be soldered using this step:

    1. The Receiver (FC-230RX) YELLOW wire (B) solder to the Motor (M1A).
    2. The Receiver (FC-230RX) GREEN wire (F) solder to the Motor (M1B).
    3. The Receiver (FC-230RX) RED wire (V+) solder to the Batteries Holder (V+).
    4. The Receiver (FC-230RX) BLACK wire (V-) solder to the Batteries Holder (V-).
    5. The Receiver (FC-230RX) BLACK wire (ANT) will be screwed to the antenna rod.

Result

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