PIC32 based robot
I have to do a school project with the ChipKit Uno32, which has a PIC32MX320F128H microcontroller, and its I/O shield. We want to take this opportunity to make a "real hardware" project instead of a game on the screen.
We want to start by a basic obstacle avoiding robot and upgrade its functionalities in time.
We were thinking about following a model of obstacle avoiding robot on circuit digest using PIC16F877A. Is there anything to be particularly careful about, since it is not the same microcontroller?
I also bought a kit on internet which has those items (it seemed simpler than picking stuff individually): one UNO R3, a servo SG90, and one L298N. Will the L298N motor driver work with the PIC32?
I also bought individually collision sensors
: breadbords and cables. Will the collision sensors work with the PIC32?
Thank you a lot for any response!
post edited by dj_quaver - 2019/10/12 03:44:10