eBOT SL is a small DIY line tracking robot car that no programming required.
The design involves mechanical structure, electronic-based sensor principle, automatic control, and even knowledge of microcontroller programming. We hope users can greatly improve their knowledge of electronics, robotics, controls, mechanical, and even soldering technique through hands-on practice.
We all know that when light shines on a white or black object the reflective rate is different. eBOT SL uses a yellow LED as a light source, and the light reflected from the surface would be detected by the photoresistor. It detects white versus dark surface, if a darker surface is on the right side, the right motor would stop and vice versa, so the car can always run along a dark trail.
eBOT SL is a very well designed platform which allows different accessories to be added. With innovative thinking it can be converted to fighting robots, remote-controlled cars and so on.
Building this car involved very hot soldering. Assemble the car with guardian if you are younger than 18 years old.
Things you will learn:
• Robotics Control
• How to read electrical schematic
• How is LM393 used as comparator
• How does PNP transistor work
• How does LED work
• How does Photoresistor work
• How does Potentiometer work
• Reading resistor color codes
• Improve soldering skill
Things that you need but not included with the kit:
• Soldering Iron
• Solder wick (for desoldering)
• Screw Driver
*Batteries are excluded
• 4.7" x 3' x 1.4"