Design of Two-wheeled Self-balancing Robot Control System

Jing Li; Wei Zhang; Bing Xu
October 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Issue 1044-1046, p774
Academic Journal
The main controller STM32F103VET6 was used as the core of the system. The change of angle and angular velocity was detected by accelerometer and gyroscope built-in six axis attitude sensor MPU6050. The double closed-loop control was used to regulate the speed of DC motor JGA25-371, so as to adjust the posture of the robot. Test shows that the whole system design is simple, good stability and anti-jamming.


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