Introduction: Detecting Obstacles and Warning - Arduino, Ultrasonic and Buzzer

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This is tutorial to help you understand ultrasonic and buzzer and go
deeper into learning Arduino, follow these steps and give me feedback please.

I'm making it to help my cousin in his school project.

Step 1: Prepare Your Material and Tools

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1. Test Board

2. Ultrasonic sensor

3. Arduino cable

4. +5V buzzer

5. Male to male pins

6. Arduino uno board

Tools and materials are shown in the pictures.

Step 2: Connect Your Circuit

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Connect the Buzzer positive terminal to the Arduino pin 2 and the negative terminal to the Gnd.
Connect the VCC pin of ultrasonic to +5v pin and the Gnd to the ground.

Connect trig pin to pin 10 and echo pin to pin 9.

The pictures shows you the connection.

Step 3: Load the Code to Your Arduino

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You can find code in codebender.cc here, it is well described and commented.
This is copy of the code any way.


/*
This code should work to get warning cross the buzzer when something be closer than 0.5 meter

Circuit is ultrasonic sensor and buzzer +5v and Arduino uno is used

a_atef45@yahoo.com

www.zerosnones.net

+201153300223 */

// Define pins for ultrasonic and buzzer

int const trigPin = 10; int const echoPin = 9;

int const buzzPin = 2;

void setup() {

pinMode(trigPin, OUTPUT);

// trig pin will have pulses output

pinMode(echoPin, INPUT);

// echo pin should be input to get pulse width

pinMode(buzzPin, OUTPUT); // buzz pin is output to control buzzering }

void loop() {

// Duration will be the input pulse width and distance will be the distance to the obstacle in centimeters

int duration, distance;

// Output pulse with 1ms width on trigPin

digitalWrite(trigPin, HIGH);

delay(1);

digitalWrite(trigPin, LOW);

// Measure the pulse input in echo pin

duration = pulseIn(echoPin, HIGH);

// Distance is half the duration devided by 29.1 (from datasheet)

distance = (duration/2) / 29.1;

// if distance less than 0.5 meter and more than 0 (0 or less means over range)

if (distance <= 50 && distance >= 0) {

// Buzz

digitalWrite(buzzPin, HIGH);

} else {

// Don't buzz

digitalWrite(buzzPin, LOW);

}

// Waiting 60 ms won't hurt any one

delay(60);

}

Step 4: Try It

Watch this video for it working, record you video and show me, give me your feedback and i love to answer your questions.

Comments

electric guy (author)2016-05-14

arduinohelper. simdif.com

Lintang_Wisesa made it! (author)2016-04-04
byç2 (author)2016-02-16

please help me friend i want use a relay or something ( your recommend ) and 220v an alarm

Ammar Atef Ali (author)byç22016-02-16

Use relay it is easy, but first find suitable relay

byç2 (author)2016-02-14

how can use a relay not buzzer, i want to use 220v an alarm ?

Ammar Atef Ali (author)byç22016-02-14

It is recommended to use opto couplers instead of relays

put the input on it instead of buzzer.

If you need i can work on it for you, just tell me
Thanks for your comment

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