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Buna, 

 

Am de facut un proiect pentru la scoala la subiectul de Electronica. As vrea sa fac o alarma, cu laser, si de fiecare data cand raza laserului nu ajunge la ldr, sa inceapa alarma, si sa trimit un sms tlefonului meu. Ca sa trimit sms-ul vreau sa folosesc un Arduino Uno si o placa gsm ca sa folosesc cu Arduino... Cum as putea sa fac acest proiect? gen ce piese o sa imi trebuiasca sa cumpar? si cum as putea sa il programez?

 

Multumesc in advans.

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Nu sunt expert in electronica sau robotica dar am lucrat putin cu Arduino:

 

Eu zic ca iti trebuie:

-Arduino

-shield gsm (+cartela sim)

-dioda laser

-buzzer (piezo) sau difuzor?

- fotorezistor(sau dioda fotovoltaica?!?)

-rezistori (500 -1000 ohm? sau 10-22k ohm?) habar nu am. verifica schematica

-o baterie/transformator sa alimentezi proiectul (daca nu il alimentezi usb)

-fire

-(optional) un breakboard

 

Sugestii:

inspira-te din scheme gata facute.

copie cod deja scris din exemple

programul e simplu. citesti senzorul, daca nu are lumina suni alarma.

 

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9 hours ago, yoyois said:

Nu sunt expert in electronica sau robotica dar am lucrat putin cu Arduino:

 

Eu zic ca iti trebuie:

-Arduino

-shield gsm (+cartela sim)

-dioda laser

-buzzer (piezo) sau difuzor?

- fotorezistor(sau dioda fotovoltaica?!?)

-rezistori (500 -1000 ohm? sau 10-22k ohm?) habar nu am. verifica schematica

-o baterie/transformator sa alimentezi proiectul (daca nu il alimentezi usb)

-fire

-(optional) un breakboard

 

Sugestii:

inspira-te din scheme gata facute.

copie cod deja scris din exemple

programul e simplu. citesti senzorul, daca nu are lumina suni alarma.

 

Referinte:

 

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Multumesc anticipat!

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