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Tilt Sensing Servo Motor Controller using Arduino microcontroller

Tilt Sensing Servo Motor Controller using Arduino microcontroller

Tilt Sensing Servo Motor Controller using Arduino microcontroller Sensors allow people to operate consumer and industrial products using physical stimuli such as touch, sound, and motion. In previews projects, you controlled two LEDs with the wave of your hand; the light-activated switch used a photocell to detect the presence of your hand …

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Sunrise-Sunset Detector with Serial Monitor using Arduino microcontroller

Serial Monitor displaying “Sunset” and “Sunrise” messages

Sunrise-Sunset Detector with Serial Monitor using Arduino microcontroller Please see the basic design of Sunrise-Sunset Detector using Arduino microcontroller This Ultimate Microcontroller project demonstrates the power of electronic sensors to detect physical stimuli such as light, sound, and pressure. With a slight modification to the sketch, messages can scroll across a Serial Monitor. The …

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Sunrise-Sunset Light Switch using Arduino microcontroller

RC timing circuit with a photocell (variable resistor)

Sunrise-Sunset Light Switch using Arduino microcontroller Resistor-Capacitor Timing Basics Designing and building new electronic devices is quite easy when you know the secret ingredient to rapid design. The technique is to take an existing electronic device and make a small change to it. For example, the Trick Switch project can easily be …

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Trick Switch with On/Off Indicators using Arduino microcontroller

Trick Switch block diagram

Trick Switch with On/Off Indicators using Arduino microcontroller Please see the basic design of Trick Switch using Arduino microcontroller In developing new products, electronics designers are always improving designs by adding features and functions that excite the customer. The Trick Switch device you built can be improved by adding an LED indicator. This …

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Made The Trick Switch using Arduino microcontroller

Figure 1-1. Trick Switch circuit built on a full-size clear breadboard (both the 100 uF electrolytic capacitor and red LED negative pins are wired to ground)

Made The Trick Switch using Arduino microcontroller Resistor-Capacitor Timing Basics In electronics, sometimes we want to keep a device on for a certain amount of time even when an electrical switch is turned off. Ordinary pushbuttons used to turn electronic devices on and off can easily be operated by a timed delay …

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