Arduino Mousetrap

Introduction: Arduino Mousetrap

Hi there.

Today we are going to make smart Mousetrap with Arduino:)

You reach everything in this instructable.

Let's start friends!

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Step 1: What Will We Need?

  1. Arduino
  2. 2xServo
  3. Cardboards
  4. Infrared Obstacle Avoidance Sensor
  5. a Mini breadboard
  6. Buzzer

Step 2: What Do We Want?

We want to;

  1. If a mouse enter the box, cap will close
  2. When mouse is inside the box, buzzer will get active
  3. When cap closed, a lock will lock the door..:)

Step 3: Cardboards;

7 x 9 x 12 cm cardboard box

You can make own your box or you can get.

Then make holes for sensor and servos'.

Make a cap and hold this to servo1.

Step 4: Connections;

IOA to Arduino;

Signal to A0

Vcc to 5V

Gnd to Gnd

Buzzer to Arduino;

Long pin to D2

Short pin to Gnd

Servos to Arduino;

Servo1 signal to D9

Servo2 signal to D10

Step 5: Codes;

You can get this work from this link;

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6EUM2JQFzOhNG5x...

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    5 Discussions

    0
    Fathomlis
    Fathomlis

    3 years ago

    Smartly done! Did you do the coding?

    0
    ensarlevent
    ensarlevent

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thanks for your comment friend.:))

    0
    AlexanderP124
    AlexanderP124

    3 years ago

    Nice idea indeed. Just needs a bit more work on the door construction as if the
    side gaps are bigger than 0.5-1 cm, the mouse will easily squeeze
    through and escape.

    0
    ensarlevent
    ensarlevent

    Reply 3 years ago

    Yes, dear friend. I hardly did it..:)

    Of course it's improvable. Thanks for your comment..:)