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Arduino Distance Detector with a Buzzer and LED's
I also bumped into the all leds lit . The detector echo returns 0 making the loop stuck in the final else part , with that circuitry. I am not sure why as I haven't used this sensor so far. All the rest looks good.
can i fix this without resistors
The same is happening to me. It's not working, all leds on, no sound and 'out of range' on serial monitor.Any clue on whats going on?? I've just realized that falilures are from last few weeks. Maybe some change on the firmware, or the compilator or something like that??? (Sorry, just newbie in this world)
Me too. It is failing to detect the distance. All the LEDs are continously ON, and the serial monitor says out of range all the time.
Not getting output LEDs are continuosly ON it is not detecting the distance
My first "instructable", worked perfectly. Very easy to follow directions.
is it possible to have it with lcd?
how can i put lcd on it?
Where can I get a piezoelectric, buzzer or speaker capable of producing 80kHz?
You can achieve that by simply changing the low/high values of LEDs
Works great but the loop ends when the closest distance in the code triggered. I don't understand why it happens. It freezes with all LEDs on but without sound. And also I didn't use resistors, too.
Hi, can you tell me the steps that i have to do to connect a LCD to display the measured distance?? Where do i need to modify the code ?
someone send me the pdf pleas because iam not pro user . iam from iraq and i cannot pay to be pro user ..this is my email email@example.com .
Its great! Tanks! It works very well! I din't use the resistors and buzzer.https://youtu.be/uH0Fi2rMEyE
just the sensor is capeable of 450 cm
is there a way to increase the range?
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