Make your own Arduino Motion Detector and start Catching Intruders, Control devices, and lots more Cool Applications.
>>> This Course will show you how to build an Arduino Motion Detector Device that will Fire an Alarm once an Intruder is detected in a range of 6 to 7 meters, it will take you in a step by step manner to know what each component inside the device circuit is, and what it does and how to wire it up <<<
Why you should take this course?
This course is great for beginners who are interested in learning how to build an electronic device that can sense motion.
Learn how to use an Arduino microcontroller, a Light dependent resistor sensor, and a piezo speaker to detect motion.
The course includes complete written instructions with accompanying video tutorials.
This course is good for people who want to learn how to make their own projects or build toys.
The course teaches you how to use the Arduino IDE environment, connecting sensors, writing code, programming output pins, installing libraries, understanding the pulse width modulation technique used in this project, getting input from multiple sensors at once.
Build your first device within one hour of starting the course!
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Welcome to this course.
You will know what is the actual working principle of Motion detectors that you see in banks and indoor opening and closing mechanisms and what you can do with it and how to interface it with your own Arduino and make it execute and action using simple codes freely, you will no longer need to buy a motion detector or customize it since you can make the device yourself.
After this course, you will be able to make your own Motion detector and the choice is yours to use it in any application that comes to your mind and can make your life easier since all connections are explained in detail.
Goal From This Course:
- Connect a Motion Detector Sensor to Arduino Board with all necessary Components and make it work.
Arduino or an Arduino clone board (Freedonia), or you can make your own custom Arduino board.
PIR Motion Sensor.
A piezo buzzer or an 8-ohm speaker.
9V Battery and connector.
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