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- Wed Dec 27, 2006 9:01 am
- Forum: Robotics
- Topic: Problems and Issues with Three Wheel Driving Mechanism
- Replies: 3
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Hi Guys! Hope u would be fine out there! Well! im planning to make a robot. The drive mechanism that i have choosen for that robot is a Tri-Cyclic mechanism. That is two Big Wheels at the back, both of them will be connected with one single motor. SO there will be one motor driving two back wheels. ...
Okz but there is a bit problem prevailing as well! When i was reading the above mentioned PDF, i saw that what they did is this that they generate PWM one by one on two outputs of PIC16F84A, first for controlling the right N-channel Mosfet and then for controlling the left N-Channel. This actually u...
Thanks a lot for all that precious help! Im getting things now! Okz so this is quite cleared to me now that we can control one Motor with the help of a PIC16F84A PWM command. What if i have to use a Two-Wheel Differential Drive, i.e. one motor for each wheel, and each motor requires a PWM to go with...
Hi guys! Hope u would be fine out there! well! i was reading the August 2006 issue of the Servo magazine. Where there was an article related with H-bridges. The author has used PICHV616 as a microcontroller for controlling those H-bridges. He says that there are 4 PWM modules present in this PIC. it...
- Tue Nov 28, 2006 7:53 am
- Forum: Computer Programming
- Topic: PIC In circuit Debugger ICD2 Module Help required..
- Replies: 1
- Views: 3010
Hi guys! WEll! i got this circuit in a magazine. This circuit is actually a clone of Microchip ICD2 Module. The first figure is that of the main PIC16F877 Controller. The second picture shows how this controller is connected witht the target system and the third picture is the PCB form of the 1st pi...