Remote Controlled Land Rover using Arduino


Components Required:

Arduino Uno and USB cable
Breadboard small
IR receiver(TSOP1738)
L293D motor driver Module
Jumper wires
Chassis and wheels
9V batteries(2 nos)
Battery socket


Remote controlled Land Rover roam around you and controlled using IR Remote with the help of Arduino. This done using L293D, Arduino and IR receiver. This remotely controlling property is made use of by using an IR receiver, which is a very cheap sensor.



L293D is a twin H-bridge motor driver computer circuit (IC). This act as current amplifiers since they take a low-current management signal and provide a higher-current signal. This higher current signal prone to drive the motors.
L293D contains 2 integral H-bridge driver circuits. In its common mode of operation,  2 DC motors may drive at the same time, each in forward and reverse direction.

The motor operations of 2 motors control by input logic at pins a pair of and ten . Input logic 00 or 11 can stop the respective motor. Logic 01 and 10 can rotate in right-handed and left-handed directions.
Enable pins (corresponding to the 2 motors) should be high for motors to start out operative. once a modify input is high, the associated driver enable.
As a result, the outputs become active and work in phase with their inputs. Similarly, once the modify input is low, that driver is disabled, and their outputs are off and within the high-impedance state.


An infrared receiver, or IR receiver, is hardware that sends data from AN infrared remote to a different device by receiving and decryption signal.
In general, the receiver outputs a code to unambiguously determine the infrared signal that it receives. This code is prone in order to convert signals from the remote into a format that may be understood by the opposite device.
It’s the part of a tool that receives infrared commands from distant management. as a result of infrared is lightweight, it needs line-of-sight visibility for the most effective attainable operation, however, will but still be a mirror by things like glass and walls.


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