4 Wheel Drive with Ultrasonic & Line Tracer Bluetooth Arduino Project Robot Kit

Do it yourself Arduino based Robot kit

SKU: TA0135

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4 Wheel Drive with Ultrasonic & Line Tracer Bluetooth Arduino Project Robot Kit

Do it yourself Arduino based Robot kit

This DIY Arduino based Bluetooth rc robot car kit is based on Arduino Uno development board. It is based on a 4 wheel drive platform integrated with an ultra-sonic sensor to avoid obstacles and line tracer sensors. It is supplied with an infra-red remote controller for manual steering of the robot. Comes complete with all necessary components and hardware and is supplied with a step by step instruction maual for assembly. This platform is upgradable and can replace, upgrade and expand the input sensors and add other functionality by adding other modules. You are able to add remote control functionality by adding Bluetooth or RF modules. You are limited by your imagination. Easy platform to assemble and is a fun way to get into Arduino and robotics.

Component list

  • DC motor x 4
  • Rubber Tyres x 4
  • Motor hardware parts x 4
  • 100 x 213 x 5mm organic glass plate x2
  • L298N motor drive module x 1
  • iDuino UNO Development board x 1
  • Sensor expansion board x 1
  • Servo x 1
  • Ultrasonic module x 1
  • Bluetooth module x 1
  • Infrared receiving sensor x 1
  • Remote controller x 1
  • 18650 Charger module x 1 
  • Jumper wires x 30
  • USB Cable x 1
  • Copper pillars
  • Screws

Instruction Manual (Click below to donwload)

Instruction Manual for TA0135


Code File (Click below to download)

Code file for TA0135





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SKU TA0135
Barcode # 9351634003310
Brand iduino
Shipping Weight 1.2300kg
Shipping Width 0.160m
Shipping Height 0.180m
Shipping Length 0.270m
Shipping Cubic 0.007776000m3
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Challenging but rewarding

20 May 2020
I built this project over the course of a few days. There were numerous challenges (which I captured as notes in the PDF). One big challenge was that the test programs (which I could get to work) were wired differently to the final project. This meant that re-testing a component was problematic, so I modified the code to support both wiring configurations (test configuration and final assembly configuration). The final code worked OK but not perfectly - I could get both the Infrared and Bluetooth modes working well - however the Android App (APK) didn't work for me (I have notes in the PDF explaining an alternative method for using BlueTooth). The line tracking mode didn't work at all well - but I will work on it. My notes can be reviewed in the annotated PDF found here: https://bit.ly/3g3GSO2 There are quite a few notes, but don't let that put you off - they are things that you would like to know "now" but aren't told about until "later" or are expected to figure them out by yourself. My modified code can be obtained from GitHub here: https://github.com/gm310509/Arduino/tree/master/Kits/TA0135-4WD-Car (The full cloneable repository is: https://github.com/gm310509/Arduino ) As I make improvements, I will be sure to commit them to GitHub. If you are a beginner to Arduino then this might not be the place to start but if you have moderate experience and access to my annotated PDF and test programs, you may well be successful. In conclusion, although challenging, it is rewarding, I can see lots of potential upgrades for this kit and will post them to my GitHub over time.


By: on 20 July 2017
For a beginner - This is a challenge. Don't expect to have this assembled and running in a few hours unless you know arduino and how to write code. The instructions for this are extremely poor and difficult to follow - Chinese converted to English with google translate does not make for easy understanding. Throw the instructions in the bin and start searching the internets. When I finally got it assembled with help from youtube - I tried uploading the code provided and couldn't get any of it to work. You could possibly get it to work with some editing if you already have an understanding of arduino and c++. You will have to edit your arduino libraries. There is no english explanations provided with the code. I'm currently writing my own code which works perfectly - thanks to google search and arduino forums (and many hours of research). On the bright side I wouldn't be learning as much if the instructions and the code were perfect.

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