I hope my last request. Programming and wiring.

I saw a YouTube video that is exactly I need to do my project.

It has am Arduino UNO, a SyRen 10A regenerative motor driver.
It has a breadboard between them with a Potentiometer on it.
If anyone would know the exact wiring diagram it would help greatly.
What I real need is the code to run the Arduino UNO board.
I am NOT an electrician.
I have NO programming experience.
And I don't want to start learning at 76 years of age.
ANY and ALL responses would greatly be appreciated.
Thank You.

This forum is usually for helping people learn to build and code their projects. If you just want it built and the software written for you, you may get speedier responses by posting in the Gigs and Collaborations section where there are members who do that for pay.

ProStreet1:
I saw a YouTube video that is exactly I need to do my project.
Control Large DC Motors with Arduino! SyRen Motor Driver Tutorial - YouTube
It has am Arduino UNO, a SyRen 10A regenerative motor driver.
It has a breadboard between them with a Potentiometer on it.
If anyone would know the exact wiring diagram it would help greatly.
What I real need is the code to run the Arduino UNO board.
I am NOT an electrician.
I have NO programming experience.
And I don't want to start learning at 76 years of age.
ANY and ALL responses would greatly be appreciated.
Thank You.

I truly feel sorry for you. I will be 80 in November and love to learn and try new things.

How much are you willing to pay for this to be built for you? There is a forum here for you to post such request on.

Did you video give actual part numbers, because you never mention how you are going to power this thing, either.

Paul

The text below the video lists all of the main hardware and has the Arduino code that he uses in the video. If you want someone to built it for you you will need to supply, to them, the hardware so that the project can be tested

AS #3 post says, click on "show more" just below the video.

However I went through to the code link and it says error, no such file.

Perhaps a request in the comments section below the "show more" section.

I'll put one in for you save your having to sign up to Google or whatever.

Cheers Jorgo

Dropped a line in there and it seems the Op beat me to it for a request.

The library and some sample code for the SyRen controllers is here:

You look good for 76 yo...!
Maybe it’s an old profile photo?

I was the same age as you when I delved into the world of Arduino. It is a little intimidating at first, but if you have a project you want to do like I did, you just have to dive in and give it a try.
If you are having problems the people here are more than willing to help you.
I would get an Arduino first and just play around with it to learn some of the basics, such as using th IDE to load a sketch, running some of the simple examples and move forward from there.