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Nick Gammon


hi, dagu photo.png, could you please tell me why you need power from arduino board icsp?


Those two wires (red and black) are just +5V and Gnd, which were available on the ICSP pins. Since they are pins on both ends it was easy to wire-wrap them.


and why don't you use the jumpers of motors on the chassis?


What jumpers are you referring to?

tigerdorr

hi, thanks your reply.

abt q1, can i get V5 from other pin of arduino board?
it's hard to find f/f jumper wire, where did you get it?

q2, i saw about 5-6 female pin jumper out of the chassis motor, where there should be connected to?

Nick Gammon


abt q1, can i get V5 from other pin of arduino board?


Yes, wherever you want to.

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it's hard to find f/f jumper wire, where did you get it?


http://www.adafruit.com/products/266

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q2, i saw about 5-6 female pin jumper out of the chassis motor, where there should be connected to?


4 wires are the encoder on the motor, the other 2 drive the motor. See close-up photo:



Of course there is another set for the other wheel.

Nick Gammon

The red and black wire you see going across the board is just for the voltage readout I stuck on the front, so I could see when the LiPo battery was going flat:


tigerdorr

hi my rover works now, thanks a lot


and in Arduino_forum_779785.jpg

why the jumpers come from rover motor are single but the heads on controller board are two rows.

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