DC Motor Control through SMS

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GSM (SMS) Controlled DC Motor is automatic control system which capable of receiving a set of command instructions in the form of Short message service and performs the necessary actions like Start , Stop and speed control. We will be using a dedicated modem/mobile at the receiver module i.e. with the robot it self and send the commands using SMS service as per the required actions. Continue reading DC Motor Control through SMS

Smart Trash system

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Project Green Stations is all about changing the way people see the environment. Imagine the go-green movement as a brand. By designing elegant, simple, and technologically advanced waste bins, we improve one element that affects that perception; one element that almost all students, faculty, and staff at Cornell see every day. Continue reading Smart Trash system

Cooking Assistant for Automatic Temperature Control

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In some cooking scenarios, it is desirable to achieve a specific object temperature and keep the object at that temperature. However, it is difficult to maintain a constant temperature without constant attention. To aid cooking in this scenario, we created a device that can be added to an electric stovetop or hot plate and serve as an automated assistant. This project contains circuit diagram, controller programming, block diagram and other useful stuff. Continue reading Cooking Assistant for Automatic Temperature Control

Remote Power Control Through LAN

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Power Manager is a remote power management system that can be controlled through a web browser on a local area network (LAN). Devices plugged into Power Manager’s outlets can be turned on or off with the click of a button on a webpage. Power Manager runs on an ATMEGA644 microcontroller and an ENC28J60 Ethernet controller. Together, this embedded system acts as a web server to serve a web page that allows the user to turn on or off the supply of power to the connected devices. The project serves as a fundamental element in a home automation system. Continue reading Remote Power Control Through LAN

Snorecorder with SD Logging

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The Snorecorder determines and records snore events and functions in two modes, “trigger” and “continuous”; Trigger mode logs a value of maximum snore intensity and its time stamp for a single snore event, and continuous mode records everything (snores and all) at a rate of around 500Hz, which was the fastest rate we could reliably write to the SD card. Continue reading Snorecorder with SD Logging

Heat Control System

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This project was the first stage of developing a controller for a radiant floor heat system. The microcontroller will use inputs from thermostats, thermocouples, a flow meter, and pressure switches to control the operation of the pumps and valves to achieve improved efficiency of the system as a whole. The primary goal of this project is to improve the efficiency of heating a home that utilizes radiant floor heating. Several improvements over the current system will achieve this goal. Continue reading Heat Control System