# Oven Timer

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Do you know when you are at home and you want to cook something? But you don't want to wait, just relax or go out to do something. So you are certainly afraid to burn the food, right? Or you have kids and you need to be with them but at the same time need to cook? Yeah, with our project this problem will be solved, this is a villain that is in our every day and it’s awful.

Our project is an oven timer. You don't know what it is? Ok, I'll tell you. It’s a timer for the oven. Let’s suppose you are going to bake a cake for 40 minutes, you can just put on the oven and after 40 minutes the oven will turn it off himself. You don’t need to go there turn it off or wait. You can do anything, go out, stay with friends or family and don’t need to be controlling the food baking.

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## Step 1: Step 1 (video)

We got the idea from this video:

Step 1:

watch the video

## Step 2: Step 2 (parts List)

You need to have to do this project:

- 2 resistors

- 2 white LEDs

- 6 wires

- a motor.

## Step 3: Step 3: (code Part)

Step 3:

Code part

<p>int ledPin = 13;<br>int ledend = 12;
unsigned long time; //(HERE YOU SHOULD PUT THE TIME YOU WANT)</p><p>void setup(){
pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);
pinMode(ledend, OUTPUT);
Serial.begin(9600);
}
void loop(){
digitalWrite(ledPin, HIGH); //(THE LED TURN ON)
Serial.print("Time: ");
time = millis();
Serial.println(time);
delay(500);
if (time > 15000) {
Serial.print ("Timer has ended "); //(THE TIMER ENDS)
digitalWrite(ledend, HIGH);
} else;
digitalWrite(ledPin, LOW); //(THE LED TURN OFF)
delay (500);
}</p>

## Step 4: Step 4: (to Finish the Project...)

So you need to copy and paste the code, put on Arduino and will work.

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