Belt Drive Production Counter [BDPC]

Introduction: Belt Drive Production Counter [BDPC]

About: KEA is located in the Danish capital of Copenhagen where we teach more than 9000 students in the disciplines within design and technology. These instructables are created by students as documentation of thei...

This is our Belt-Drive production Simulator, Have Fun!

The Wood blocks will pass through the counter sensor, and our task is to make setup with a senor system, that are able to differentiate between 3 types of wood blocks called, A,B & C, and count the number of each type of wood block.

Made by Daniel Ferrall and Andreas Kjøller

with great inspiration from former student Simon Larsson

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Step 1: Connect

Connect the USB cable to your Computer, and your Arduino device

Step 2: Arduino Uno

This is our Arduino Uno, the original Arduino

Step 3: Groove Shield

You need a Arduino Groove Shield, and remember to connect it to the Port D7 (digital 7)

Step 4: Connector Cable

Connect the Groove Shield to the Ultrasonic Ranger v.1.0 device with the connector cable

Step 5: UltraSonic Ranger V1.0

Connect the connector cable to the port, on the Ultrasonic Ranger device.

Step 6: Put in the Code

Insert the code in your Arduino software, and if necessary adjust the distances so they will match your purpose

Step 7: Compile and Upload

Compile and uploade. Start your monitor in Arduino software and watch it count

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