Arduino starter kit project 9

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arduino starter kit project 9

Arduino Projects Book by Scott Fitzgerald

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Arduino helps you make things that interact with you. Whether youre a rocket scientist or a poet, whether youre ten years old or ninety, we want to make it possible for you to build great projects using computers and electronics.

The parts in this kit and the projects explained here form the skeleton of your projects. Arduino can make your projects responsive. Its up to you to make them beautiful.
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Published 09.06.2019

Arduino Project 08 - Digital Hourglass

Arduino Starter Kit: Project 9. Project name: MOTORIZED PINWHEEL. Discover: transistors, high current/voltage loads. Attachments: libraries.
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In this project, we made a motorized pinwheel. In other words, we wanted a motor to spin. To solve it, we used a battery of 9V. In order to achieve it, we needed to use a new element: a transistor. This is because when the motor receives electricity, a magnetic field is generated. In consequence, voltage is created in the opposite direction that is conducted to the motor. It is called back voltage.

In simple terms, when the sensor detects light, its resistance changes. The stronger light in the surrounding environment, the lower the resistance value the photo diode will read. By reading the photo diode's resistance value, we can work out the ambient lighting in an environment. The photo diode provided in the starter kit is a typical light sensor. In this arduino tutorial, we will make an automatic light that can adjust itself according to the ambient lighting around it.

Arduino Starter Kit: Project 9. Controlling motors with an Arduino is more complicated than just controlling LEDs for a couple of reasons. However, motors make it possible to move physical things, making your projectsmuch more exciting. Moving things takes a lot of energy. Motors typically require more current thanthe Arduino can provide.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Arduino Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for developers of open-source hardware and software that is compatible with Arduino. It only takes a minute to sign up. Here is the schematic:. The diode in question and the only one here is toward the bottom right of the breadboard. It is to prevent the back-voltage from the motor from harming the circuit.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Monique E. says:

    Arduino Project 9: Light Sensitive LED

  2. Isaac H. says:

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