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Senzorul de vibrații

Senzorul de vibrații brick este o componentă care sesizează vibrațiile mecanice (este capabil să detecteze vibrațiile de genul unei bătăi în ușă). În acest tutorial, vei conecta senzorul de vibrații brick direct la placa Arduino și vei utiliza 3 led-uri brick (portocaliu, rosu, verde) pentru a evidenția comportamentul senzorului.

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Al doilea exemplu pe care il vom discuta va fi cel al unei yale electronice care deschide ușa atunci când bați în ușă conform unui anumit cod. Mai exact, dacă bați în ușă conform cu un anumit tipar, senzorul este capabil să detecteze vibrațiile iar Arduino le va compara cu un model deja existent în memoria lui. Dacă tiparele se potrivesc, se va aprinde led-ul portocaliu, echivalentul deblocării ușii.

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Proiectul complet il vei gasi la adresa de mai jos: http://www.instructables.com/id/Secret-Knock-Detecting-Door-Lock/?ALLSTEPS

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Nu trebuie decât să bați în ușă după modelul explicat în link-ul de mai sus (în pagina, îl vei găsi cu numele: “Shave and a Hair Cut, two bits.”) iar led-ul portocaliu se va aprinde. În imagine este prezent și un buton. Este necesar doar atunci când încarci sketch-ul de la adresa anterioară. În cazul tău, poți conecta foarte ușor un buton brick.

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Vei avea nevoie de urmatoarele componente:

  • Arduino UNO;
  • Senzor de vibratii brick ;
  • 3 led-uri brick;
  • Fire pentru conexiuni;
  • Breadboard.
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Ce încarc în Arduino ?

Mai jos este listat sketch-ul (varianta simplistă). Îl copiezi (copy/paste) direct în mediul de programare Arduino și îl încarci în placa Arduino UNO. Încearcă să bați în apropierea senzorului ca și cum ai bate într-o ușă.

Dacă ai bătut după modelul “Shave and a Hair Cut, two bits.” (explicat în link-ul de mai sus – Instructables), led-ul verde se aprinde urmărind fiecare bătaie. La sfârșit, dacă modelul de bătăi este recunoscut cu cel din memoria interna, se aprinde led-ul portocaliu. În caz contrar, se aprinde led-ul rosu într-o scurta secvență. Dacă vrei sa te asiguri ca bătăile sunt detectate corect, deschide monitorul serial și vei obține….

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Arduino UNO și senzorul de vibrații brick

  • Senzorul de vibrații brick este o componenta care sesizează vibrațiile mecanice (este capabil sa detecteze vibrațiile de genul unei bătăi în ușă). În acest tutorial, vei conecta senzorul de vibrații brick direct la placa Arduino și vei utiliza 3 led-uri brick (portocaliu, rosu, verde) pentru a evidenția comportamentul senzorului. Al doilea exemplu pe care il vom discuta va fi cel al unei yale electronice care deschide usa atunci cand bati in usa conform unui anumit cod. Mai exact, daca bati in usa conform cu un anumit tipar, senzorul va detecta vibratiile iar Arduino le va compara cu un model deja existent in memoria lui. Daca tiparele se potrivesc, se va aprinde led-ul portocaliu, echivalentul deblocarii usii. Proiectul complet il vei gasi la adresa de mai jos: http://www.instructables.com/id/Secret-Knock-Detecting-Door-Lock/?ALLSTEPS Nu trebuie decat sa bati in usa dupa modelul explicat in link-ul de mai sus (in pagina, il vei gasi cu numele: "Shave and a Hair Cut, two bits.") iar led-ul portocaliu se va aprinde. In imagine este prezent si un buton. Este necesar doar atunci cand incarci sketch-ul de la adresa anterioara. In cazul tau, poti conecta foarte usor un buton brick. Vei avea nevoie de urmatoarele componente: • Arduino UNO. • Senzor de vibratii brick. • 3 led-uri brick. • Fire pentru conexiuni. • Breadboard. Ce incarc in Arduino ? Mai jos este listat sketch-ul (varianta simplista). Il copiezi (copy/paste) direct in mediul de programare Arduino si il incarci in placa Arduino UNO. Incearca sa bati in apropierea senzorului ca si cum ai bate intr-o usa. Daca ai batut dupa modelul "Shave and a Hair Cut, two bits." (explicat in link-ul de mai sus - Instructables), led-ul verde se aprinde urmarind fiecare bataie. La sfarsit, daca modelul de batai este recunoscut cu cel din memoria interna, se aprinde led-ul portocaliu. In caz contrar, se aprinde led-ul rosu intr-o scurta secventa. Daca vrei sa te asiguri ca bataile sunt detectate corect, deschide monitorul serial si vei obtine ceva ca in imaginea de mai jos. care sesizează vibrațiile mecanice utiliza 3 led-uri brick detecta vibratiile iar Arduino listat sketch-ul (varianta simplista) Senzorul de vibrații brick care sesizează vibrațiile mecanice utiliza 3 led-uri brick detecta vibratiile iar Arduino listat sketch-ul (varianta simplista) Senzorul de vibrații brick arduino gps tracker arduino web server arduino thermostat  arduino ir remote arduino visual studio arduino wiki arduino near me arduino hello world arduino app arduino obd2 arduino json arduino gyroscope arduino water pump arduino vs elegoo arduino zigbee arduino array length arduino vin arduino or arduino and raspberry pi arduino nano datasheet arduino home automation arduino 7 segment display 4 digit arduino air quality sensor arduino z wave arduino frequency counter arduino operator arduino jumper wires arduino enum arduino 16x2 lcd arduino 74hc595 arduino 2560 arduino uno r3 schematic arduino quadcopter arduino relay control arduino 5v relay arduino nano driver arduino 12v relay arduino gpio arduino gas sensor arduino versus evil arduino gsm  arduino vin pin arduino gsm shield arduino keypad library arduino voltage regulator arduino float to string arduino 3d printer projects arduino java arduino hall sensor arduino voltage arduino to pcb arduino 8x8 led matrix arduino 3.3v arduino 12v arduino concatenate string arduino versions arduino and python arduino gsm module arduino geiger counter arduino javascript arduino quadrature encoder arduino esc arduino vs pi arduino nano power consumption arduino datasheet arduino 1.8.5 arduino vs raspberry pi reddit what arduino can do

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