Tutorial and Project Tag: DC Motor

Projects

3D-Printed-Text-Display

DIY 3D Printed Text Display

This project will show you how to make a DIY home decor with animated text using Camshaft mechanism that can be controlled using a Smartphone.

Archery-Robot_1

DIY Archery Robot

This project will show you how to make an archery robot.

Claw-Machine

DIY Candy Claw Machine

This project will show you how to make your own DIY Candy Claw Machine.

DIY Color-Sorter

DIY Color Sorter

This project will show you how to make a DIY color sorter using IR sensors and a servo motor.

Joystick Controlled Robot

Joystick Controlled Mobile Robot

In this project, you will learn how mobile robot works and how to make a robot which will be controlled using a joystick.

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Tutorials

evive-Plug-and-Play-Part-1

evive – Plug and Play: Part 1

In this tutorial, we are going to give you a hands-on experience of evive’s plug and play interface through activities for controlling a DC motor, a servo motor, understanding the inbuilt touch sensors of evive.
Interfacing-Dabble-with-evive

Interfacing Dabble with evive

In this tutorial, we learned how to control actuators or send commands to them wirelessly via a Smartphone using Dabble.

How to interface DC motor with Arduino IDE

This tutorial discusses what are DC motors, how to control them, and how to interface them with Arduino IDE using motor control units in evive with the help of an Arduino IDE sketch.
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Documentations

Free or lock motor

() motor ()

The block free or locks the motor connected to the selected slot from evive, Arduino Uno, Mega & Nano.

DC Motor

Introduction evive has two inbuilt motor control units with which you can control motors with…
Attach the Motors to the Base

DC Motor Driver

evive has a dedicated pair of DC Motor Driver pin outputs, which can be used…

run motor () in direction () with speed () %

The block takes the motor port, the direction of rotation (forward or reverse) and speed of rotation (between 0 to 100 %) as input from the user and rotates the motor accordingly.
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