This instruction is how I assembled my Automatic Led Stairs Controller.  

What Is a LED stairs controller?
The video shows how it works!


Step 1: The Idea

Many of you have already seen such controllers and a lot of people assembled something similar to it, but I will show you my version.

The main idea was taken from  Alan's Parekh video, many thanks to him.

The idea was this: When I get up at the middle of the night to get some food, I have to go down the stairs from the top floor and then up the stairs again. One day I've decided I need an automatic backlight so I don't  turn all the lights on and wake my family up. Plus I wanted a nice smooth turning on and off so it doesn't irritate sleepy eyes. Also the device had to be error-resistand, ignore sunlight, remotes and other things.

And so in order.
<p>Good idea!</p>
<p>whats the point of buying your boards if you dont post the code?</p>
Hi. i have wewbsite http://ipfgroup.co.uk/ there you can buy it <br>Best regars<br>
<p>For any one interested in one of these controllers I currently have mine for sale. I purchased it but does not work for my project ... </p><p>Ryan </p>
hello, i really loved this project, could it be possible for you to send me the schematics for a diy project?? <br> <br>thank you very much
Good day to you, <br> <br>im extremely interested in this for my home's stairs would you please please be able to share the schematic and sketch with me ? <br> <br>I'd be making the PCB homebrew style so it wont be a nice as yours, lol, just be great if you could email me the details ! <br> <br>A Great many thanks in advance for your help !
helo......friend, my name is eddy, i am form indonesia <br>how can get the BCP schematic and code source from the project I like this because I need do this in home can u buy and post me to indonesia <br>
how could i do this without the keypad or lcd, just a simple switch using the IR LED and a sensor but still keeping the effect you did with the LED's turning on?
For slow on/off leds i used portc-portd atmega legs with powerfull transistors and code for PWM. <br>For easy way you need take controller with xx legs (dont know howmany steps you have) <br>+ 3-4 aditional legs for sensor and ir led. Then make program for slow on\off
For ir led and sensor (if use tsop sensor) you need modulated ir led 36 or 38khz. <br>For modulation i use PortB2 at atmega 16 with code <br>interrupt [TIM0_OVF] void timer0_ovf_isr(void) <br>{ <br>static char v=0x19; <br>TCCR0=v; <br>v^=0x19; <br>} <br>TCCR0 = 0x00; //stop <br>TCNT0 = 0x97; //set count <br>OCR0 = 0x69; //set compare <br> <br>
Is there any chance for us to see the electric diagram of this project for a DIY? Thank you!
Private message please )
now avaiable on ebay.......&Acirc;&pound;179.99
It's so BIG price. At my ebay 99usd + free worldwide shipping )
How can place an order?
See private or see link at the end of instruction.
Good idea, good quality and low price
The idea is not mine, but thanks

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