Introduction: Liquor Dispenser

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As you may have guessed by the title this project is a machine that mixes perfect drinks every time because everybody knows alcohol is the cause of... and solution to... all of life's problems, now this dispenser will include an interactive menu on an LCD display, multiple LEDs and a second drink compartment... why? why not.

Step 1: What You're Gonna Need

-2 DC Peristaltic Pumps

-an LCD Display

-Hoses

-Wires

-Foam Board

-2 Display Boxes

-Whiskey Glasses

-2 MOSFET Transistors

-A Switch and Pressure Sensor

-Potentiometer

- 2 220 Ohm Resistors

- 2 10k Resistors

- liquor

Step 2: LCD

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sauder up wires to the first and last six connections of an Arduino 16 connection LCD, later to be attached to our arduino

Step 3: Motors

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sauder a wire to both the positive and negative sides of both of your motors

Step 4: Switches

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for this step, you will attach wires at the end of both the pressure and push switch and 10k resistors to each negative end of each switch

Step 5: LEDs

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wire up miscellaneous LEDs with 220-ohm resistors on their negative ends and wire on both ends, I used 3, two blue and one red

Step 6: Power

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use an extension cord to plug in your 5v USB plugin adapter and your 12-volt dc adapter w/ polarity splitter attachment

Step 7: Breadboard #1 Setup

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place MOSFET transistors and diodes in place for your motors to run off of

Step 8: Breadboard #2 Setup

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add your potentiometer and 220-ohm resistor to your second breadboard

Step 9: Breadboard #2 Power Connection

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plug the according polarities from your 12v adapter into your second breadboard

Step 10: Wiring and Heat Shrink

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use my attached schematic to attach all of the loose wires to the appropriate spaces on the breadboards and the heat shrink each attached wire

Step 11: Schematic

Step 12: Code

#include // include the

library code:

LiquidCrystal lcd(12,11,5,4,3,2); // initialize the library with the numbers of the interface pins

const int switchPin = 13; // the number of the switch pin

const int motorPin = 10; // the number of the motor pin

const int blueLED = 9; // light up the blue led

const int redLED = 8; // light up the red led

int switchState = 0; // variable for reading the switch's status

const int sensorPin = A0; // temperature sensor

const float baslineTemp = 20.0;// initial temperature

const int motorPin2 = 6; // the number of the motor pin

int switchA; //The button that allows you to scroll through the menu

int switchAPin = 7; //The input pin number of the menu scroll button

int i = 1; //Holds the value for the menu

const int blueLED2 = A1;// needed an LED so I added one in A1

void setup() {

// put your setup code here, to run once:

lcd.begin(16, 2);// set up the number of columns and rows on the LCD

lcd.print("Welcome to the");// the first line of my first message

lcd.setCursor(0, 1);// goes to my 2nd LCD line

lcd.print("Shot Blizzard");// more LCD text

// initialize the inputs and outputs

// initialize the motor pin as an output:

pinMode(motorPin, OUTPUT);//my first motor will receive information

pinMode(motorPin2, OUTPUT);//my second motor receives information

// initialize the switch pin as an input:

pinMode(switchPin, INPUT);// this pin gives information

pinMode(blueLED, OUTPUT);// my led will receive info

pinMode(redLED, OUTPUT);// same as blue led but red

pinMode(switchAPin, INPUT); //swith a pin gives info

pinMode(blueLED2, OUTPUT);// just another blue led

digitalWrite(blueLED2, HIGH);

// I always want this on so I figured this was a good spot to put it

Serial.begin(6000);// begins a serial port

delay(5000);// need to give time for my startup

lcd.clear();// erase my LCD

lcd.print("How strong do");// start more text

lcd.setCursor(0,1);// set it again

lcd.print("you want it?"); //more text

delay (5000);//wait for it

}

void loop() {

int sensorVal = analogRead(sensorPin);// temperature pin starts to read

Serial.print("sensor value");//serial port print

Serial.print(sensorVal);//serial port print

float voltage = (sensorVal/1024.0)*5.0;// finding voltage

Serial.print("volts");//serial port text

Serial.print(voltage);//serial port writing

Serial.print("degrees C:");// writing in serial port

float temperature = (voltage - .5)*100;// finding Celsius

Serial.println(temperature);// writing in serial port

// read the state of the switch value://

switchState = digitalRead(switchPin);

// check if the switch is pressed.

switchA = digitalRead(switchAPin);//

if (switchA == HIGH) {

i <= 6;

i == i++;

if (i == 7)

i = 1;

}//

delay(100);//

{

if (i == 1) {

lcd.clear();

lcd.print("We don't use");

lcd.setCursor(0,1);

lcd.print("this option (1)");

}//

if (i == 2) {

lcd.clear();

lcd.print("I can still");

lcd.setCursor(0,1);

lcd.print("drive (2)");

}//

if (i == 3) {

lcd.clear();

lcd.print("Little Tipsy (3)");

}//

if (i == 6) {

lcd.clear();

lcd.print("Where are my");

lcd.setCursor(0,1);

lcd.print("pants? (6)");

}//

if (i == 5) {

lcd.clear();

lcd.print("WEEE!!! (5)");

}//

if (i == 4) {

lcd.clear();

lcd.print("gettin crunk (4)");

}

}

// all my menu options

if (switchState == HIGH) {

// turn motor on:

lcd.clear();

lcd.print("dispensing in 3");

delay(1000);

lcd.clear();

lcd.print("dispensing in 2");

delay(1000);

lcd.clear();//

lcd.print("dispensing in 1");//

delay(1000);

lcd.clear();//

lcd.print("dispensing...");// just some fun and make sure its not instant pour

digitalWrite(motorPin, HIGH);//

digitalWrite(motorPin2, LOW);//

digitalWrite(redLED, HIGH);//

digitalWrite(blueLED, LOW);//

if (i==1)

delay(10000);//

if (i==2)

delay(20000);//

if (i==3)

delay(30000);//

if (i==4)

delay(40000);//

if (i==5)

delay(50000);//

if (i==6)

delay(60000);

//time delays based on (i) from my menu

digitalWrite(motorPin, LOW);//

digitalWrite(motorPin2, HIGH);//

digitalWrite(redLED, HIGH);//

digitalWrite(blueLED, LOW);//

delay(10000);//switch from one motor to the other with all my time delays

digitalWrite(motorPin, LOW);//

digitalWrite(motorPin2, LOW);//

digitalWrite(redLED, LOW);//

digitalWrite(blueLED, HIGH);//

lcd.clear();//

lcd.print("R.I.P Mr. Lahey!");//

delay(6000);// just fun texts on my LCD

lcd.clear();//

lcd.print("How drunk");//

lcd.setCursor(0,1);//

lcd.print("are you now?");//

delay(6000);//

lcd.clear();//

lcd.print("...6 out of 10");//

delay(6000);//

lcd.clear();//

lcd.print(" YOU ARE ");//

lcd.setCursor(0,1);//

lcd.print(" THE LIQUOR"); //

delay(6000);//Quotes from the show

lcd.clear();//

lcd.print("temperature");//

lcd.setCursor(0,1);//

lcd.print(temperature);//

lcd.setCursor(6,1);//

lcd.print("°C");//

delay(7000);//showing my temperature on my LCD instead of just my serial port

}

else {

// turn motor off:

digitalWrite(motorPin, LOW);//

digitalWrite(motorPin2, LOW);//

digitalWrite(redLED, LOW);//

digitalWrite(blueLED, HIGH);//

}

}

// if nothing is activated nothing happens

Step 13: Project in Use

Comments

MatteoMtz (author)2017-12-13

Great for the holidays, Blake!

Swansong (author)2017-12-13

That's a neat setup :)

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