Advance Multi-Purpose DIY Robotics Kit

Do It Yourself Robotics kit contains all parts you need to make a robot to work. For that, all you need to have is basic mechanical and electronics skills and some basic tools like screw drivers, soldering iron, pliers, cutter and drill. This Advance Multi-purpose DIY Robotics kit includes an Arduino Uno development board and HC-05 Bluetooth module, HC-SR-04 Ultrasonic sensor module, DTMF module, and Infrared IR sensor module. These open source development board and modules can be used to understand the basic working principle of microcontroller, sensors and modules by all level of students. This advance multipurpose DIY Robotics kit can be used to develop ten different projects such and Line Follower robot, Obstacle avoider robot, Mobile phone controlled robot, Bluetooth enable Robot and many more.


Hardware Quantity
Arduino Uno 1
IR Sensor Module 2
Ultrasonic Sensor Module 1
DTMF Module 1
Bluetooth Module 1
Mini Bread Board 1
Connecting wires M-M-10 , M-F-10
Mini Bread Board 1
DC geared motor 2
Caster wheel 1
Rubber Wheels 2
Chassis 2
Pillar 4
Screw driver 1
USB cable type A/B 1
Nut bolt Packet 1
Motor Driver L298N 1
Steps to follow (for HC-05 Bluetooth module):
  • Connections are mentioned below:

Bluetooth Module Atmega8
Tx pin Rx pin
Rx pin Tx pin
Vcc pin 5V pin
GND pin GND pin

  • Connect motor to motor driver shield and input pins of motor drivers input pins (in4, in3, in2, in1) to Arduino digital pins (7, 8, 9, and 10).
  • Connect Arduino with computer/laptop through USB Cable
  • Open the Arduino Software in your computer/laptop
  • Create sketch for Obstacle avoider
  • Click on upload option to upload the code in Arduino

Steps to follow (for Ultrasonic Sensors):
  • Connections are mentioned below:

Ultrasonic Arduino
Trigger pin Pin 3
Echo pin Pin D2 (Digital)
Vcc pin 5V pin
GND pin GND pin

  • Connect motors to motor driver shield and input pins of motor drivers (in4, in3, in2, in1) to Arduino digital pins (7, 8, 9, and 10).
  • Connect Arduino to computer/laptop through USB Cable
  • Open Arduino Software in your computer/laptop
  • Create Sketch for Obstacle avoider robot
  • Click on upload option to upload the code in Arduino

Steps to follow (for IR Sensors)
  • Connections are mentioned below:

IR Sensor Arduino
Output Pin of IR 1 Pin 6
Output Pin of IR 2 Pin 7
Vcc pin 5V pin
GND pin GND pin

  • Connect motor to motor driver shield and input pins of motor drivers (in4, in3, in2, in1) to Arduino digital pins (7, 8, 9, and 10).
  • Connect Arduino to Computer through USB Cable
  • Open Arduino Software in your computer/laptop
  • Create Sketch for line follower robot in software
  • Click on upload option to upload the code in Arduino

Steps to follow (for Dual Tone Modulated Frequency):
  • Connections are mentioned below:

DTMF Arduino
D0,D1,D2,D3 pins Digital Pins(D10,D11,D12,D13)
Vcc pin 5V Pin
GND pin GND pin

  • Connect motor to motor driver shield and input pin of motor drivers (in4, in3, in2, in1) to Arduino digital pins (7, 8, 9, and 10)
  • Connect Arduino to computer/laptop through USB Cable
  • Open Arduino Software in your computer/laptop
  • Create Sketch for DTMF robot
  • Click on upload option to upload the code in Arduino