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Hey, Use this link : http://arduiniana.org/libraries/tinygpsplus/
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The code is given in step 4 above.
I don't know the power of the led, but they are directly connected to 5v of the arduino.
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car at sensor 1, IR output will be 100. led 1 and 2 will be on.now a second car passes at sensor 2, IR output will be 110. led 1,2 and 3 will glow.You will have to change the code completely.
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Store the values of IR sensors output in an array. Like 1001010.....Then according to that you can define the output of leds.For example take the above circuit.. 3 IR and 4 leds.. When IR output is : 000 - no led 101 - all 4 led on 110 - first 3 led on And so on..You have to define each value so that there is margin of error. When you increase the number of sensors ie here for 3 led you use 8 IR then error would be reduced. More sensors = less error
n the circuit diagram you see the blue power and ground wires. Connect the 2 and 3rd IR sensor power and ground cable to them. the output of IR's to Arduino pin 1, 2.similarly for the LED's. Ground all 4 and attach the +ve side to pin 5,6,7.
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