Things used in this project

Hardware components:
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RobotGeek Desktop Roboturret
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Rg rotknob a
RobotGeek Rotation Knob
×2
Rg light a
RobotGeek Light Sensor
×4
RobotGeek Small Workbench
×1
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Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO
The RobotGeek Desktop RoboTurret comes with a Geekduino, but you can use official hardware from Arduino if you prefer.
×1
DFRobot Analog UV Sensor V2
OPTIONAL: In place of the light sensors, you can use UV Sensors if you'd like to accurately report the UV index for your project.
×4
Software apps and online services:
Ide web
Arduino IDE

Schematics

Wiring Sun Tracker
Wiring Sun Tracker
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Code

Github
https://github.com/robotgeek/desktopRoboTurretV3/archive/master.zip

Credits

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RobotGeek Team

The RobotGeek team is a 6-man operation that wants to make it even easier to use Arduino to make electronics and robots.

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Wade Filewich

Hi, I'm Wade, and I'm Projects and Marketing for RobotGeek/Trossen Robotics. I spend all of my free time making things and lying on the floor crying.

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