Sensor + Arduino +gsm Shield

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this is my first time to upload experiment
simply it is about a sensor ( any type of digital sensor) once its sense the arduino will send a SMS to you with a text

Step 1: What Will You Need ?

you will need:
1_arduino uno or duemilanove (any type could be)
2_ GSM Shield with SIM card
3_a digital sensor ( I used Normaly close switch as a sensor)
***since I used a normally close switch that will effect on the software I wrote it

Step 2: Fix a GSM Shield on the Arduino

put the GSMShield on the arduino that you will use it
and the connect your sensor
the +wire with 5V ,-wire with GND and the signal wire with pin number 8 ( you can use any one from 4 to6 and from 8 to 12) code

Step 3: Code

follow the code and enjoy

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    35 Discussions

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    JaphetB

    1 year ago

    Hi, I'm going to build a project related to this. Can you send me the code alesanaalesana29@gmail.com it will me help me a lot. Thanks :)

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    NguyễnT304

    1 year ago

    hi guys

    i'm going to build this and hope u can send me the code

    my email : ninhtuananh0@gmail.com

    Thanks you very much!

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    alessandrogr

    1 year ago

    Looks like a pretty handy project.
    I'm going to build this and would appreciate if you could email me the code.
    alessandro_gr@yahoo.com

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    AbhishekC99

    1 year ago

    Can you please send me the code!
    Even I want to try it once!
    Mail id: cshekar.abhishek99@gmail.com

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    jimmykh

    1 year ago

    VERY NICE PROJECT, PLEASE SEND ME THE CODE : jameel2000kh@gmail.com

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    RonM132

    1 year ago

    im planning to connect 3 sensors for low mid high on arduino and with the led lamp also that is green yellow red. can you help me? email me @ ronjanella16@gmail.com thank you so much

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    Johnson Selva

    1 year ago

    Wow nice one... will you please send me the code so that i can try..
    johnsoninboxx@gmail.com

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    abdualmlk_sb

    2 years ago

    hellow every one is ther any chance you could please send me the code usedabdualmlksb5@gmail.comThanks

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    CurtW8

    2 years ago

    hi any chance you could please send me the code used jcwardnz@gmail.com

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    linaselvamani

    2 years ago

    hi this is really a good job im planning to connect 3 sensor in the arudino..

    can u plz send mythe code to email:linaselvamani@gmail.com

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    REPPYJANE

    2 years ago

    How to send the data package to the mobile? Can you send me the code?

    Email: lvj301@126.com

    Thank you!

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    zeustheo

    2 years ago

    Hi there, nice work on your project..

    am working on a similar project and i would be grateful if you could email me the code.(theo.ariel@yahoo.com)

    Thanks.

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    Lettuceismygame

    2 years ago

    Looks like a pretty handy project.
    I'm going to build this and would appreciate if you could email me the code.
    d.pitkin@yahoo.com

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    MayurN

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Hello I have bought new Arduino GSM shield. I have connected it to arduino uno. I have inserted and tried with many sim cards Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL and tata docomo(Indian SIM cards).

    I am trying to send sms using the available code in the library. But unable to do so. There is PINNUMBER we need to enter in the code, If I leave it blank then nothing will be displayed in the serial monitor other than that "SMS message sender". If I enter the default PIN of the SIM cards i.e '0000' or '1234', then it shows 'not connected' and it goes on showing it.

    How to connect GSM shield using Indian Carriers . Please help.

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    Christophe_123MayurN

    Reply 2 years ago

    It works best if you just deactivate the simcard pinnumbre

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    Christophe_123MayurN

    Reply 2 years ago

    It works best if you just deactivate the simcard pinnumbre

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    JamesBong007

    2 years ago

    Hi There,

    I would like to have a better look at the code please, as i would like to implement it in a project. my email address is lawrencejames083@gmail.com