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You will learn how Python read digital data from GPIO pins.
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|1||Tracking sensor module||1||M2.5 Plastic Screw x 2
M2.5 Plastic Nut x2
M2.5 Plastic Pillar x 2
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|2||7pin 25cm Female to Female Cable||1||Click here to buy|
|3||Philips screwdriver||1||Click here to buy|
Step 1: You must complete Lesson 1 basic frame work
Step 2: Install tracking sensor modules under lower car chassis with 2pcs M2.5 plasctic screws, M2.5 plastic pillars and M2.5 plastic nuts.
Step1: Connect GND-VCC pin of tracking sensor module to GND-5V of PCA9685 compatible module; connect IR1, IR2, IR3, IR4, IR5 pins to GPIO5, GPIO6, GPIO13, GPIO19, GPIO26 of Raspberry pi with 7pin 25cm female to female cable as the following photo shows (Remember : DO NOT remove any existing wires installed in Lesson 1 ):
Step 2: Adjust the sensitivity of tracking sensor modules.
Turn on and hold the car and adjust the potentiometer on the tracking sensor with Philips screwdriver until you get the best sensitivity status: the signal indicate LED light will turn on when sensor is above black track, and the signal LED will turn off when the sensor is above white ground
Download the python code by typing following command in your Raspberry Pi terminal:
Turn on the battery of your car and put the car on the black track line:
Now you can run the line tracking python program,
If you are using Python 2 in Raspberry Pi 3, type:
If you are using Python 3 in Raspberry Pi 4, type:
Your car will move along the black track line.
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