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ESP32-CAM Video Surveillance Robot

Build your own video surveillance robot and control it through the Internet with iPhone

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Imagine if you have a robot that has camera on board and can be controlled through Internet.

It would open a lot of opportunities of using it.

For example you could send the robot to the kitchen to check if you accidentally left the kettle on the stove!

I found that with ESP32-CAM it can be done easily.

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  • 1 × ESP32-CAM
  • 1 × FT232RL FTDI Mini USB
  • 1 × Dual Channel DC Motor Driver L298N
  • 1 × Adafruit (PID 3244) Mini Round Robot Chassis Kit - 2WD with DC Motors
  • 1 × 18650 Battery Holder

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  • 1
    Step 1

    Parts List

    Parts List:

    ESP32-CAM x1

    FT232RL FTDI Mini USB x1 - for uploading a code to the ESP32-CAM

    Dual Channel DC Motor Driver L298N x1

    Adafruit (PID 3244) Mini Round Robot Chassis Kit - 2WD with DC Motors x1 - I used this chassis, but you can make your own or buy any other available chassis. What we need here is wheels and DC Motors

    18650 Battery Holder x1

    18650 Battery x2 (as an alternative four AA batteries and its holder can be used instead of 18650 batteries)

    Mini Pan/Tilt Platform w/ 2 SG-90 Servos x1

    MB102 Breadboard Power Supply Module x1

    iRobbie-A iOS App

  • 2
    Assemble the Chassis

    Assemble the robot chassis with two DC motors, 3 wheels and mini L298N motor drive controller. Use use a mounting tape to attach the motor drive controller to the platform.

  • 3
    Connect Wires

    Connect wires as shown on the schematic.

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