Automation and IoT are leading the world's technology now. Innovation has brought smartness to play in the world.Smarter you are, more Better you can beat the innovation. Here Absolutes Proudly presents you the very first Product: Smart Home Automation. We have made use of Arduino and IR sensors to get automatic lights on and lights off to be done.We are looking to make the home smarter and also reduce the Electricity Consumption. We have Started up this in Chennai, India just because Population is large in India and therefore Electricity consumed is high. Amongst people's busy schedule we have also made this to make their life easier and also to make them concentrate on their work too. This is just the start, we will be having alot of advancements coming soon. Stay Tuned at our FB page : https://www.facebook.com/Absolutessribros/ . For more news on tech, our products and services.
Step 1: Step 1: Setting the Arduino Board
Connect The Arduino UNO board to the Laptop with the USB Cable given along with Arduino Board.
Step 2: Step 2: Setting Up the IR Sensors
Get two IR sensors and accordingly take 8 jump wires for connecting the IR to the Arduino board.
Then Connect GND to GND. Use a Bread Board to connect other VCC and output voltage to the Arduino Board.
Similarly Connect Both IR sensors
Step 3: Step 3: Logic for the Code
1. When a person enters the room, the light should on automatically that means IR should detect the Motion or the movement of the person. When a person crosses by the Arduino should have value as '1'. Here 1 means lights are on.
2. When the person passes the second IR sensor, The same above step should repeat.
3. Similarly, when a person goes out, i.e when no one is there in the remove the system must 0 and lights should be off.
4. This can be done 'N' number of people and any type of electric components. It is not restricted to only lights. If there is good voltage supply at any place, that is more than sufficient.
Step 4: Step 4: Set the Program
Using the Logic, Run the program and upload it to the Arduino.
Step 5: Step 5: Test
Finally, test the Product with a sample toy or any object.
Step 6: Step 6: #Working
Finally it's out.