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- Wed Apr 30 2014, 09:00 PM
This project demonstrates a great concept of Home automation using a Smart Home Device which can control things automatically by taking decisions based on sensor network and external events or manual control using your phone over Bluetooth or GSM. Which means if you are inside the house you can use You can control your appliances using bluetooth when outside use your GSM phone (over SMS).
This project uses AVR controller ATMega328 running Arduino firmware. There are a number of sensors connected to the controller some on GPIOs and some via Analog ports. Here is a short list of sensors:
1. Temperature Sensor (LM35)
2. PIR Sensor
3. Light Sensor (LDR)
4. GAS Sensor
Wireless modules used in this project:
1. SIM300 GSM Module (SIM900 can also be used)
2. HC-05 Bluetooth Module
There is also a provision for controlling 4 AC appliances. One LCD is also connected to show real-time status of all the sensors.
This project gives a good hands on practice on AVR controller and Arduino firmware programming. With various communication options one can get good experience on wireless communication. Further more there are endless possibilities of expanding this project. So you really need to turn your brains on and think of what more you can do with this.
Project also includes complete documentation including Synopsis, Project report and final presentation. But don't get carried away with these goodies. Learn and Build this project so it can benefit you in future
I really want to thank Gaurav Khadasane once again for submitting this wonderful project and bringing lot of things together to learn in a single project.
Go to download section to download this project: Smart Home using GSM, Bluetooth and Android
Finally the working Demo:
- Mon Mar 31 2014, 10:30 AM
Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. This is a very simple project based on Arduino and GPS sheild combo. Arduino provides good set of libraries which are easy to use and you can include in your project without any hassle.
As GPS usually works on serial ports, Software emulated serial port is used to connect GPS with arduino running at 4800bps. The hardware serial port is connected to PC for serial data logging. A 16x4 LCD is used for displaying GPS data locally. LCD provides GPS information related to Latitude, Longitude, Altitude and speed.
Its a very good project for starters, who wants to get their hands on with Arduino. I would like to thank Santosh Mishra for submitting this project. Hope to see more contribution from him.
To download this project Please visit download section: Arduino based GPS data Logger
- Wed Mar 26 2014, 11:20 AM
It has been a long long time since I posted a new project on our website. Today I looked in to all my old emails and checked all pending projects which were not uploaded. I want to thank Gaurav Sharma for submitting this wonderful project. I Hope to see more contribution from him.
Metro Train is one of the biggest transporation medium in Delhi connecting all ends of Delhi together. This project is a very simple train prototype of current Metro Train. This prototype is powered with 8-bit 8051 microcontroller. As you know Metro trains run in one direction at a time, so prototype uses only one motor to move the forward. There is an additional motor which is used to open and close the doors of train. LCD is used to display welcome message, current station and next station messages. A buzzer is there to indicate opening and closing of doors.
Working Of Metro Train:
When the power is turned on a message ("welcome to Bhopal metro") is displayed on LCD. Then a message "Current station is Indrapuri" is displayed and door is opened. A buzzer is also turned on when door opens. After some delay the door is closed and car is started to move forward. A message "current station is Indrapuri" is displayed also on LCD. After some time a message indicating the next station is displayed "next station is M P Nagar". After some time the train stops and a message "current station is M P Nagar" is displayed. This process is continued for five stations. In the end a message "End of line" is displayed on LCD. This whole process is repeated until we turned off the power supply.
A big thanks to Gaurav Sharma for submitting this project.
Go to download section to download project files: Metro Train Prototype Project with Project Report
- Sun Sep 22 2013, 01:26 PM
The digital IC tester is implemented by using the 89C51 microcontroller board. The processing of the inputs and outputs is done by the microcontroller. The display part on the microcontroller board is modeled using LCD. After the successful testing of the IC, the result is displayed on the LCD.
The basic function of the digital IC tester is to test a digital IC for correct logical functioning as described in the truth table and/or function table. It can test digital ICs having a maximum of 24 pins. Since it is programmable, any number of ICs can be tested within the constraint of the memory available. This model applies the necessary signals to the inputs of the IC, monitoring the outputs at each stage and comparing them with the outputs in the truth table. Any discrepancy in the functioning of the IC results in a fail indication, displays the faulty and good gates on the LCD. The testing procedure is accomplished with the help of keys present on the main board.
This project has been tested with most commonly used digital IC's, mainly belonging to the 74TTL series. Digital IC tester tests various types of IC's like OR, XOR, NAND, AND, NOT, NOR, XNOR GATES and also FULL ADDER, MULTIPLEXER, SHIFT REGISTER.
A special thanks to Sunil Raina, Piyush Sonawane and Parimal Sikchi for sharing their work with us.
You can download this project from here: Digital IC Tester Project (with report)
If you have any doubts in project, please post in forum.
Thu Mar 14 2019, 08:44 PM
We don't send code,but you can ask for help in the 8051 forum
Thu Mar 14 2019, 11:00 AM
Jui Sanjay Kapare
Hello sir, I want code of interfacing DS18B20 with 8051.plz send the code as early as possible
Mon Jan 07 2019, 03:31 AM
@REVOCATUS please post in the AVR forum
Mon Dec 24 2018, 09:25 AM
sorry I mean referee boards for player substitution
Mon Dec 24 2018, 09:24 AM
hi am.looking how to build referee by using Atmega 328 and its codes
Sat Dec 15 2018, 01:45 PM
Hii ,, can I get the simulation of numeric keypad lock on proteus
Mon Dec 03 2018, 05:17 PM
Please post questions in the forum. The chat box is for chat
Mon Dec 03 2018, 06:43 AM
help! I don't understand busy flag!
Sun Dec 02 2018, 08:01 PM
Mon Nov 12 2018, 05:58 AM
i have seen your replica of I2C programming using AT89C51 but i am unable to understand the "ack_bit" variable usage ...looks like it is always 1...can you elaborate how acknowledgment is working....
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