Creating an Arduino circuit to control 2 Motors, 1 Servo

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Buckiize, Apr 12, 2017.

  1. Buckiize

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    Feb 10, 2017
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    hello all, Im currently working on a project which involves moving 2 motors and one servo with one circuit connected to an Arduino. I am reverse-engineering a similar idea found online, and am coming by trouble.

    I'm a mechanical engineering major, so circuits aren't my specialty! Any help is appreciated, I have a good idea on the relay wiring, but there's some parts that stump me!
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    FRONT

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    REAR

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    RELAY, MOTOR, ARDUINO WIRING. These numbers are based off of the NEXT photo.

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    RELAY WIRING FOR 2 MOTORS

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    Text describing above wires. NOTICE: one sentence mentions that pin 5 is threaded through a hole and soldered to terminal 5. A different sentence shares that the pin 5 was connected to the negative terminal. Help!

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    CLUSTER**** , half of the wiring?

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    Possible Terminals? Who knows.

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    Beyond me!
     
  2. Buckiize

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    Feb 10, 2017
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    Update: I THINK the first reference of Pin 5 to terminal 5 is in regards to the lone SPDT relay
     
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