Arduino + Flysky RC car

I want to create RC car similar to this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDA9VH5MPlg&t=7s

I have parts set like on this photo https://zapodaj.net/77172ec86061e.jpg.html Crossed out parts I did not mount yet

motor shield L293D https://zapodaj.net/fdffc49588dcc.jpg.html

Receiver 2,4GHZ FS-IA6 6CH FLYSKY https://zapodaj.net/304a64746ebca.jpg.html Eachine i6 Transmitter https://zapodaj.net/5e1428fb5e219.jpg.html ppm signal, RX and TX bound

Unfortunatelly, I do not know how to program it in arduino. Do anybody have some source code that I can use in this project?

No one will do your work for you.

Start by learning in basic steps instead of wanting to jump in at the deep end.
You will learn something if the former.

Find how to interface with the radio servo outputs.
Later you can progress to ppm.

Then how to use the motor shield.

Plenty of info here and on the internet.

Ask questions about what you have done and what your problems are and don’t forget to include your code (in tags) and show pics or drawings of your project.

Note that fritzing is sort of frowned upon here.

Then again you could always ask the bloke who posted it on youtube for all the info.

Wouldn't hold my breath waiting though.

This is only one-shot arduino project I have to make and I have little time to make it. Maybe you can tell me if I any of this codes is usable in (or can be adjusted to) this project

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsxJD7lS0Go https://playground.arduino.cc/Code/ReadReceiver

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dfyhNpu2qY https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6aLT0bAmVGXMnRoS0I1MnpxM0E/view

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63JmO4Mc8NM https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_QEGeTJmLoiV3c4Sl9hMXR4Q2s/view

http://miscircuitos.com/how-to-read-rc-radio-signals-with-arduino-using-ppm-signal-tutorials/

https://quadmeup.com/generate-ppm-signal-with-arduino/

And do I have all required parts to make it work?

dragonfly24: This is only one-shot arduino project I have to make and I dont have too much time to make it

Then just buy an off-the-shelf working model or get someone experienced to write the program for you and be prepared to pay a LOT more than the price of an off-the-shelf model. Learning to do all that you need to know will take a long time.

I am certainly not going to spend time reviewing several YouTube videos and several programs to see if they might be suitable for you. Even if they are reasonably suitable they will probably need modification for your particular project and you won't know how to do that without learning the basics.

Computer programming is not as simple as building a Lego model.

...R

This edu project requres arduino and has to be DiY otherwise it will not be accepted. I can try to make some modification, but need any tip if I spend time on suitable code.

this looks reliable I think https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_N5HmXmDyk https://github.com/dzzie/home_automation/blob/master/RC_L298N/RC_L298N.ino

Hi,

dragonfly24: This edu project requres arduino and has to be DiY otherwise it will not be accepted. I can try to make some modification, but need any tip if I spend time on suitable code.

this looks reliable I think https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_N5HmXmDyk https://github.com/dzzie/home_automation/blob/master/RC_L298N/RC_L298N.ino

If this is a school project, have they tried to teach you to code at all?

You should be using the resources of your school, if they set the project, to help you with your project.

Can you please tell us your electronics, programming, Arduino, hardware experience?

If you need code quickly then this is not the place to come, we will teach you how to code and modify your code, but not write it for you. This is how you learn, which is what they are trying to do at your education place.

You seem to be collecting the relevant information.

Tom..... :)

We have in our lab a few "fighting" robots brought by some other students. My task is to expend this collection adding RC one. But nobody cares how it works. It just has to be working demonstration unit. I have experience in c++ programming and building quadcopters, using betaflight, etc, but not arduino itself. Parts that I have are included in my first post. Probably I found one more useful source http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Control-any-RC-car-with-an-airplane-transm/