In this project, learn how to use a potentiometer's reading on the M5Stack core to control a servo motor.
3 days ago by Don Wilcher
By connecting an L298 bridge IC to an Arduino, you can control a DC motor.
July 07, 2018 by Tim Youngblood
Tracking an infrared light source is not as difficult as you might think; a 14-pin PICAXE, a stepper motor with a driver IC, three phototransistors, and a few other components will do the trick.
January 17, 2017 by Charles R. Hampton
Adding variable speed control and battery monitoring to a Power Wheels truck!
September 11, 2015 by Travis Fagerness
Controlling a motor with an Arduino is relatively easy. In addition to simply spinning the motor, you can control the position of the motor shaft if the motor has a rotary encoder.
June 03, 2015 by Tim Youngblood
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