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Arduino Design

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Addison Sweeney

on 28 May 2013

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Step 3 Plan Step 4 Create Step 5 Evaluate Step 6 Improve The changes I would make to my design would be to make a case for my arduino so it would be protected from any damage, but I would make sure that the temperature sensor was outside of the case so it could sense the real temperature. Step 1 Ask Arduino Final Project Pros of my design
-My design was easy to build
-My design didn't take a lot of time to build
-My design materials where all
in the classroom
Cons of my design
-The code was very confusing to me
-I didn't get to test my design
-At first my design was confusing and then I understood it BY Addison Sweeney Step 2 Imagine The End Problem: My room at home always gets to hot in the summer. I have a fan, but by the time I turn on my fan it is already to hot, and it takes even longer to cool down. I need to find a way to stop my room from getting to hot.

Constraints: For this project my arduino can't overheat, be inaccurate, be flammable, or be unportable. This has to not overheat because if it did it would not work properly. This also can't be inaccurate or my fan might turn on at wrong times. If it was flammable that could be a hazard to me and my family. The arduino has to be portable in case the sun changes in my room because it could overheat and then not work.

Materials: The materials I have for this project are anything inside the community box at school, anything on the computers, and anything layed out for the class to use. These ideas all help my problem with it being hot in my room in the summer.

Design #1 includes a temperature sensor and a buzzer.
Design #2 includes a temperature sensor and a small motor. This motor represents my fan in my room.
Design #3 includes a push button and a small motor.
Design #4 includes a photocell, a buzzer, and a small motor.

Here is a link to my designs: https://docs.google.com/a/jeffcoschools.us/drawings/d/1UW26Y9Gn-j1zyuwLN91JS5sNqWqRbD5jqplo14l6wdA/edit This is my Fritzing
i did of my final
design which was
done in the computer. My final design was design number two. This design includes a temperature sensor and a small motor.(represents my fan) It works by sensing the temperature in my room and once it gets to a certain temperature it will automatically turn on my fan. I chose this design because it was the only one that seamed easy to maintain and build. My design is below and this is pictures of my arduino.
This design addressed my design criteria because it is portable, and it is also very safe so I don't need to worry about about any hazards.

This design addressed my material constraints because I had all of the materials I needed, and all of the materials where all in the classroom. Thanks for watching!
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