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nRF24L01+ RC Controller
Bascom AVR / 6th, 2017 6:27 pm     A+ | a-
This is a RC controller TX & RX unit with nRF24L01+

nRF24L01+ / with PA and LNA for longer range



facts:

TX

1 x potmeter for servo

1 x potmeter for pwm H bridge

8 buttons for rx output

RX

1 x servo

2 output for H bridge pwm

8 output for relays ect

Setup 2.4Ghz channel 100 at 256Kbit speed 5 bytes






H bridge used at this link :

https://www.eeweb.com/project/circuit_projects/pwm-dc-motor-controller-using-mosfets-and-ir2110-h-bridge-driver

http://www.circuit-projects.com/fp/motor-driver/schematic.jpg




Files : internal 8Mhz clock is used

schematic

Atmega8 hex/bin

Atmega48 hex/bin

Atmega88 hex/bin
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RobertZeF
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