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    Line following robot final year project

    Hi everyone......
    I have to design the line following robot for my final year project....
    I need help.....
    I also a beginner in pic programming....
    so may someone help me to write the line following program.....
    I am using CCS C compiler, pic16f886.......and used 3 infrared sensor.....and 2 DC motors, digital method not ADC method. Attached is my progress so far, circuits are working... H-bridge, MCU circuit boared and the sensors.
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    i need as soon as posibble please...

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    Re: Line following robot final year project

    I have some experiment on line following robot for the ABU robo contest. But with AVR. It's easy, too. Hope I can help you. dangson302(at)gmail.com



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    Re: Line following robot final year project

    Here is a line follower.



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    Re: Line following robot final year project

    Hi, I am struggling with getting the threshold voltage (reference voltage) for the sensors to suite the pic16f887 to recognize as logic zero and logic 1. I am using SENSOR HOA0709-1 with comparator to microcontroller.
    I have threshold voltage of 1.6v for white surface and 3.6v for black surface; this does not do any effect as I programmed it to be.



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