Here we are going to design a prototype for Automatic Bottle Filling Machine using Arduino Uno, conveyor belt, solenoid valve, IR sensor, and Stepper motor. Belt conveyor is driven by a stepper motor at a constant preset speed. The stepper motor will keep driving the belt until an IR sensor detects the presence of a bottle on the belt. We used the IR sensor as an external trigger. So whenever the IR sensor goes high it sends a trigger to Arduino to stop the motor and turn on the solenoid valve.
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The HM10 has become a very popular Bluetooth 4.0 BLE module. The HM10 is a Bluetooth 4.0 based module only, so it will not connect with Bluetooth 2/2.1 module such as HC-05, HC-06 and other Bluetooth modules. The HM10 is controlled via AT commands sent over the serial UART connection. HM-10 is a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module, to know more about this module, check out the HM-10 BLE datasheet.
Learn how to use HM10 with Arduino here: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/how-to-use-arduino-and-hm-10-ble-module-to-control-led-with-android-app
Interfacing Vibration Sensor Module with Arduino
In this project, a basic vibration sensor module is interfaced with popular Arduino UNO and whenever the vibration sensor detects any vibration or jerk an LED will start blinking.
Check out the complete project here: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/arduino-sw-420-vibration-sensor-module-interfacing
In this project, we are controlling a Servo Motor using a web browser with the help of Arduino and ESP8266. ESP8266 wi-fi modules is a cheap and powerful device, helps in communicating with any microcontroller, like here Arduino UNO.
Check out the complete project: https://iotdesignpro.com/projects/esp8266-based-webserver-to-control-servo-motor
Hi guys, during the last few weeks, I’ve been working on reconnecting with my love for the guitar. Playing the box guitar was how I relax few years back before the saxophone took over. Going back to the guitar, after 3 years of rarely strumming a chord, I discovered amongst other things that I no longer knew how each of the string should sound, to put it in my friend’s words, “My hearing was no longer tuned” and as a result of this, I was not able to tune the guitar without the aid of a keyboard or a mobile app which I later downloaded. The weeks went by till few days ago when the maker in me became motivated and I decided to build an Arduino based Guitar Tuner. In today’s tutorial, I will be sharing how to build your own DIY Arduino Guitar Tuner.
Find here the complete DIY project for Arduino Guitar Tuner: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/arduino-uno-guitar-tuner