BalaC is a DIY dual wheel balancing car kit. BalaC uses the STM32 series chip, two motor driver ICs, and is also equipped with a rechargable replaceable battery. It incorporates a light-weight design with 360° servos. It's possible to use the UIFlow graphic interface to program the balancing car. An M5StickC is included in the package. The BalaC maintains its balance with the help of mpu6886. The real-time compensation of the servos are controlled by calculating the offset value to achieve the purpose of balancing. A LEGO compatible design allows you to change different tires. If you want to learn about PID or need an interesting programming toy product, BalaC will be a good choice
At present, there is no stock program, you will need to write the PID code by yourself.
|ESP32-Pico-D4||240MHz dual core, 600 DMIPS, 520KB SRAM, Wi-Fi, dual mode Bluetooth|
|Servo||Rotation angle: 360 °; no load speed: 0.12 seconds / 60 degrees (4.8V)|
|Communication protocol||I2C: 0x38|
|Battery||16340, 3.7V, 700mAh, Li-ions rechargeable|
Great compact dit set for maling a self balacing robot.
Good little balancing robot. It is a shame there's no code to be able to control it from something like a Joy-C or mobile app. Needs better support code.
Bala-C is a challenge project , we have provided the basic code, you can modify it based on it and program the function you want
BALA-C ESP32 Development Mini Self-Balancing Car (WITHOUT EXAMPLE CODE) One Person Only Purchase One