My project involves 4 servo motors, 4 dc motors and 2 motor drivers to control them, 3 HC-SR04 sensors and 1 MPU-6050 board. Not all of them will be running at the same time. At most, 4 servos will run simultaneously with very little load and for the motors, will only run one at a time.
I was wondering if it is possible to connect my circuit in the following way in the picture attached. Breadboard and jumper wires will be used to connect the parts together. Or strip board.
Servo Motor: 4-6V, 140mA No load current
DC Motor: 3-12V, 70-130mA No load current
HC-SR04: 5V, 15mA working current
MPU-6050: 5V, (less than 40mA?)
Powering the circuit:
will be the usb connection from pc powering the arduino mega
12V 2A switching PSU for the motor drivers
5V 2A switching PSU for the servo motors and Sensors
MPU6050 will be powered by the 5V pin from the arduino
- I’ve not connected ground properly and it might mess up the sensors?
Thanks in advance.