Introduction: Arduino: Light, Sound, Vibration, Switch

This will be a step by step guide to make a remote powered Arduino set which will produce sound, light and vibration for 1 second once a switch is pressed. I will provide the arduino code and steps for a setting up your computer. In addition I will include the components required for this project and how to assemble the circuit with instructions on how to change certain values in the code such as the colour of light or pitch from the speaker.

Above are the components you will require

List of components:

Ardnuino Uno R3
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B006H06TVG/ref...

NeoPixel Ring - 12 x WS2812 5050 RGB LED with Integrated Drivers

http://proto-pic.co.uk/neopixel-ring-12-x-ws2812-5...

Sub Miniature Lever Micro Switch

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/sub-miniature-lever-micr...

Maplin Extra Long Life Alkaline 9V Battery 1 Pack

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/maplin-extra-long-life-a...

Pico Vibe 10mm Vibration Motor - 3.4mm Type

https://catalog.precisionmicrodrives.com/order-par...

Speaker - PCB Mount (8 ohm, 0.1W (0.2W max), 30mm diameter)

http://proto-pic.co.uk/speaker-pcb-mount/

PP3 Snap Battery Clip

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/pp3-snap-battery-clip-hf...

Maplin 2.5 x 5.5mm DC Power Plug

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/maplin-25-x-55mm-dc-powe...

You will also need a breadboard (and some compatible cables) for testing the assembly and an Arduino usb cable (most printer cables will suffice)

Step 1: Setting Up Your Computer for Arduino

You will need to set up your computer for the Arduino programming platform and any additional library requirements.

Pick from your operating software and download and install the Arduino IDE

http://arduino.cc/en/main/software

Once opened, you will need to specify for the Arduino Uno board. Go to Tools-Board-Arduino Uno.

Step 2: Installing the Relevant Libraries

You will then need to install the Tone and NeoPixel (LED ring) library into Arduino so that the code provided will run.

Extract the two .rar files to arduino\libraries\ (Normally found under documents in Mac)

Step 3: The Arduino Code

Extract the ArduToneNeoPixel-3.rar this will be the code you install onto the Arduino Uno.

Step 4: Altering the Code - Audio

To alter the sound of the speaker the blue text in the code where it says tonePlayer.play(NOTE_C4); change *NOTE_C4* to any of the following (excluding #define):

#define NOTE_B0 31

#define NOTE_C1 33

#define NOTE_CS1 35

#define NOTE_D1 37

#define NOTE_DS1 39

#define NOTE_E1 41

#define NOTE_F1 44

#define NOTE_FS1 46

#define NOTE_G1 49

#define NOTE_GS1 52

#define NOTE_A1 55

#define NOTE_AS1 58

#define NOTE_B1 62

#define NOTE_C2 65

#define NOTE_CS2 69

#define NOTE_D2 73

#define NOTE_DS2 78

#define NOTE_E2 82

#define NOTE_F2 87

#define NOTE_FS2 93

#define NOTE_G2 98

#define NOTE_GS2 104

#define NOTE_A2 110

#define NOTE_AS2 117

#define NOTE_B2 123

#define NOTE_C3 131

#define NOTE_CS3 139

#define NOTE_D3 147

#define NOTE_DS3 156

#define NOTE_E3 165

#define NOTE_F3 175

#define NOTE_FS3 185

#define NOTE_G3 196

#define NOTE_GS3 208

#define NOTE_A3 220

#define NOTE_AS3 233

#define NOTE_B3 247

#define NOTE_C4 262

#define NOTE_CS4 277

#define NOTE_D4 294

#define NOTE_DS4 311

#define NOTE_E4 330

#define NOTE_F4 349

#define NOTE_FS4 370

#define NOTE_G4 392

#define NOTE_GS4 415

#define NOTE_A4 440

#define NOTE_AS4 466

#define NOTE_B4 494

#define NOTE_C5 523

#define NOTE_CS5 554

#define NOTE_D5 587

#define NOTE_DS5 622

#define NOTE_E5 659

#define NOTE_F5 698

#define NOTE_FS5 740

#define NOTE_G5 784

#define NOTE_GS5 831

#define NOTE_A5 880

#define NOTE_AS5 932

#define NOTE_B5 988

#define NOTE_C6 1047

#define NOTE_CS6 1109

#define NOTE_D6 1175

#define NOTE_DS6 1245

#define NOTE_E6 1319

#define NOTE_F6 1397

#define NOTE_FS6 1480

#define NOTE_G6 1568

#define NOTE_GS6 1661

#define NOTE_A6 1760

#define NOTE_AS6 1865

#define NOTE_B6 1976

#define NOTE_C7 2093

#define NOTE_CS7 2217

#define NOTE_D7 2349

#define NOTE_DS7 2489

#define NOTE_E7 2637

#define NOTE_F7 2794

#define NOTE_FS7 2960

#define NOTE_G7 3136

#define NOTE_GS7 3322

#define NOTE_A7 3520

#define NOTE_AS7 3729

#define NOTE_B7 3951

#define NOTE_C8 4186

#define NOTE_CS8 4435

#define NOTE_D8 4699

#define NOTE_DS8 4978

Step 5: Altering the Code - Colour LED

To change the colour of the NeoPixel ring, in the code remove the first set of // from the line with the denoted colour at the end (do not remove the // directly in front of the colour names)

//setColor(strip.Color(255, 0, 0), 5); // Red

//setColor(strip.Color(0, 255, 0), 5); // Green

//setColor(strip.Color(0, 0, 255), 5); // Blue

//setColor(strip.Color(255, 255, 255), 5); // White

Step 6: Assembling the Circuit

Here are the ports to connect in the assembly of the circuit that relate to the code:

Vibrator Motor: +ve terminal to arduino pin 4

Switch: arduino pin 5

Neo Pixel: arduino pin 6

Speaker: arduino pin 11

Wires:

Red > 5v +

Black > Ground -

Yellow > Arduino input/output

Step 7: Uploading the Code

Once the Arduino circuit is assembled, plug in the arduino cable from your computer and click upload

Here is a video of the working circuit

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cool project, thanks for sharing!

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