How to make an Arduino-based Transmitter

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I want a cheap and easy-to-make transmitter so I can make all sorts of projects remote controlled. I then took the not so easy path by designing my own from scratch. But here it is, and I love it. It also ended up looking quite cool – which is a big bonus.

In this video I'll show you how to assemble the hardware and wire all the electronic components. In the next video I'll be doing a lot of programming to make it do all sorts of cool things. So stay tuned for that.

Enjoy!

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OVERVIEW
0:00 – Intro
0:35 – 3D Printed Parts
1:16 – Threaded Inserts
1:43 – Electronic Components
3:48 – Optional Component: MPU6050
4:20 – Modifying the Components
5:26 – Wiring
7:02 – Testing the Connections
8:02 – The Final Product
9:09 – Next Steps

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RESSOURCES

Files for 3D printed parts:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4554557

The electronic components used in this build:
- Arduino Nano: https://banggood.app.link/Pwy9sbVgt8
- NRF24L01 LNA: https://banggood.app.link/TpfNuaYgt8
- Power Unit: https://banggood.app.link/NKVi9vZgt8
- MPU6050: https://banggood.app.link/HoQxlJ1gt8
- Joysticks: https://banggood.app.link/p4Sms82gt8
- Rotary encoder: https://banggood.app.link/s90eOc5gt8
- 9V connector: https://banggood.app.link/o9Vn9x7gt8
- Switch: https://banggood.app.link/ortPBL8gt8
- LCD: https://banggood.app.link/0bhPXzaht8

Schematic for wiring everything up:
https://i.imgur.com/8J4PJq4.jpg

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