10/20/2012 01:27 PM
10/21/2012 12:49 PM
Sorry for the wrong schematic i sent last time. This one should be right. Let me know guys if you want any changes.
10/23/2012 12:00 AM
Required, pins to connect the arduino uno to push button switches.
10/20/2012 02:02 PM
10/20/2012 01:30 PM
10/14/2012 12:26 PM
The lecture slides that we used for the decision matrix. If we have this on file, it will be useful when we are doing our final report, that way we have all resources here and we don't have to go searching for what we used initially.
10/14/2012 12:39 PM
SO, I looked through some online links and found a tutorial guided from the pdx.edu website. It seems to be pretty good so far, also I found a youtube tutorial that will guide us step by step for the schematic.
10/20/2012 08:42 PM
Follow the instruction to add new library in Eagle CAD. The youtube tutorial that amrutha posted here will guide you to click the ZIP on this website, but it doesn't work, instead scroll down and look for "Click Here".
10/22/2012 03:58 PM
Found this one and pretty interesting to start reading on how to lay out the PCB using Eagle CAD. (For future reference)
10/22/2012 10:08 PM
Just transferred this from FB to here. This is about the eagle CAD stuff.
10/22/2012 10:05 PM
Found this and i think it's a good tool for our project.
10/23/2012 12:58 PM
10/20/2012 01:05 PM
10/18/2012 03:40 PM
Just want to post it here so we don't have to search when we need it. I was reading the comments on the sensor and it has a very interesting stuff in there. People were saying on how to connect it even with arduino and the pull up resistor/s we needed...including the battery they were using. I hope this will help! https://www.sparkfun.com/products/8630
10/20/2012 11:02 AM
The link above guides us to code with arduino for the motion sensor.
Rather more about how to make it work.
11/19/2012 09:52 PM
10/22/2012 10:12 PM
This is pretty interesting stuff. It says: The middle pin is the ground; if you’re using an atmega328 for example, the right and left pins connect to pins 9 and 10 and middle pin goes to ground.
10/22/2012 02:31 PM
10/23/2012 02:32 PM
10/22/2012 10:06 PM
This is how the voltage regulator works.
10/25/2012 05:41 PM