DC motor

Controlling SmartDrive40 Using 3.3V Microcontroller (Serial Simplified Mode)

Controlling SmartDrive40 Using 3.3V Microcontroller (Serial Simplified Mode)

If you would like to control Cytron smart motor driver using 3.3V microcontroller, you can try this tutorial.
How To Build A Mobile Robot (Part 2)

How To Build A Mobile Robot (Part 2)

INTRODUCTION As mentioned in Part 1, you shouldn’t have problem in completing your robot if you get a “ready-to-use” robot…
Getting Started with Maker Drive and Raspberry Pi

Getting Started with Maker Drive and Raspberry Pi

If you want to use Maker Drive with Raspberry Pi, read this!
Getting Started with Maker Drive and micro:bit

Getting Started with Maker Drive and micro:bit

Want to drive motor using micro:bit? Try this.
MD10-POT: Controlling DC Motor without Writing Code

MD10-POT: Controlling DC Motor without Writing Code

OVERVIEW MD10-POT is a DC Motor Driver or DC Motor Controller that enable the user to control the DC motor…
5 Easiest Ways to Control A DC Motor

5 Easiest Ways to Control A DC Motor

One of my friend was inspired by my previous article and decided to motorized his curtain blind. When I asked…
Measuring DC Motor RPM Through Built-in Hall Sensor Encoder

Measuring DC Motor RPM Through Built-in Hall Sensor Encoder

INTRODUCTION When we deal with controlling motor speed, normally we just provide PWM and the motor will rotate accordingly to…
Choosing a DC Motor

Choosing a DC Motor

We have seen many makers face difficulties in choosing a right motor for their mobile robots as well as automation…
Getting Started with Encoder Sensor Module (SN-ENC-MOD)

Getting Started with Encoder Sensor Module (SN-ENC-MOD)

The Encoder Sensor Module (SN-ENC-MOD) is an electro-mechanical device that converts the angular position or motion to an analog or…
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