Basic circuit simulation with Arduino and battery.
The first project controls LED Brightness by turning the potentiometer.
The second project is turning the LED on based on the distance between the object and the Ultrasound sensor.
In the first project, the RGB LED can turn into any color. In the second project, the RGB LED can turn red, green, and blue.
The first project shows basic servo motor simulation.
The second project simulates an LED turning on when you click the button with Arduino.
The third project simulates an LED turning on when you click the button with the battery.
The first project is a simple parking assistant. If the car is far, the green LED turns on while the red LED turns off. If it is too close, the green LED turns off while the red LED turns on.
The second project is a complex parking assistant. If the car is far, the green LED turns on while the other LEDs and the Piezo turn off. If the car is somewhat close, the green LED turns off and the yellow LED turns on. If the car is too close, the yellow LED turns off and the red LED and the Piezo turn on.
The first project is a servo motor that can be controlled with a potentiometer.
The second project is a servo motor that can be controlled by flicking a side switch.
The third project is a LED that turns on when the photocell (light sensor) detects light.
The first project is about a temperature sensor. If the temperature is too cold, the blue LED turns on while the red LED turns off, and if the temperature is too hot, the red LED turns on while the blue LED turns off.
The second project is about a motion-detecting system with a PIR sensor. If the object moves the red LED turns on and if the object stops moving, the red LED turns off.
This project is an LED that fades. We can see the fading with an oscilloscope.
The first project is a keypad. Whatever you type in the keypad appears in the Serial Monitor.
The second project is a basic servo motor project. See Ders 4 for more information.
The third project is a locked door system. To open the door, you need to enter the password from the keypad. If the password is correct, the servo motor moves. If the password is incorrect, the piezo turns on and the servo doesn’t move.
The first project is an ultrasound sensor with a servo motor. If the object is close enough, the servo motor will turn, but if the object is far, the servo motor will return to its original position.
The second project is a ventilation system. If the temperature(controlled by the temperature sensor) is too hot, the ventilation(dc motor) turns on.
The third project is a photocell with LED. See Ders 8 for more information.
The fourth project (System 2) is a complete garage system. There is a keypad system to open the door (turn the servo meter). If the password entered is correct, the door opens, and if the password is incorrect, then it will tell you it is incorrect via the serial monitor. This project also integrates the parking assistant. See Ders 16 for more information.
The fifth project (System 1) is another complete garage system. There is a button that opens the door (turns the servo motor) when clicked. There is also an LED that turns on when the photocell detects light. Finally, the parking assistant system is integrated. See Ders 16 for more information.
This is a Micro Bit simulation.