Arduino Robot Controller Shield

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Arduino Robot Controller Shield

Game controller style Arduino shield for wirelessly controlling robots.


This shield turns your Arduino into a controller for your remote controlled robot. Resembling the design of classis game controllers, we have put a two axis joystick on the left and four action buttons on the right. There are also two small momentary push switches, two toggle switches and a potentiometer. You can also connect a MPU6050 gyro sensor to it and add motion control for your robot, just like PlayStation controllers.

For wireless communication with your robot, there are several options. Code for using all of the modules with this controller is provided by us. The compatible modules are

- Cheap 433 MHz RF transmitters like RX-B6 or FS1000A (click here).

- The famous HC-05 bluetooth module or our HC-05 pair module (click here).

- NRF24L01 module for long range application (click here).


You can also play games on your computer using this shield when attached to an Arduino Leonardo.


Click here for user manual.

Click here for Arduino codes.

Click here for Techshop Blog Post.

Click here for Youtube Video.

Product package contains 1 X Robot controller shield. Everything else shown in images are for illustration purpose only.


  1. Operating Voltage: 5V & 3.3V.
  2. No. of Push Buttons: 6
  3. No. of Toggle Switches: 2
  4. Supported Arduino Boards: Uno, Mega and Leonardo.
  5. Supported Motion Sensor: MPU6050 (GY521 board)
  6. Supported RF modules: RX-B6, FS1000A, HC-05 bluetooth, NRF24L01.
  7. Dimension: 14 cm ×7 cm (l×b)
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Azad967 | Sep 20,2018 at 12:58 PM
plz give me the link of "kalman.h" and "Joystick.h" arduino uno library.
Techshopbd | Sep 24,2018 at 10:06 AM
Please check the Documents section. We've updated the "Robot Controller Shield Code" file. You'll find your desired libraries inside "USB_Gamepad" folder.
Nargisakhter | Dec 26,2018 at 01:04 PM
Can I use it as a game controller with arduino
A.R | Dec 27,2018 at 09:27 AM
Yes. Arduino leonardo should be used in that case. Please see the user manual in the 'documents' tab.

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