The following project shows a way to build an RC car that can be used for many purposes and is also quite easy to build. Read on to know more on this.
The first thing to do is to remove the the board from the steering wheel of the car in order to simplify the working of the project.
If an Arduino microcontroller is being used, then it will perfectly take care of the directions in which the RC has to move. If no microcontroller is used, it has to be made sure that the directions are controlled perfectly by means of a button pad.
In order to ground one side of the button pad, a couple of 358 opamps have been used as the comparators. The circuit that has been used for the project is extremely simple and easy to understand.
For creating the reference voltage points, a potentiometer has been used along with the steering wheel. To get the perfect working project, it is advisable that the user solders all the wires so that they work exceptionally well.