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Button arduino controller

This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Alex Koloskov 4 months, 3 weeks ago.

This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Alex Koloskov 4 months, 3 weeks ago.

  • #470830
    Rudy
    Participant

    Hi alex, again a wonderfull course.

    The button you use does it close the circuit to the magnet or open?
    I want to make one controller to control the magnet and the delay for camera/ flash.
    It’s not that difficult. I’ve someone is intersted I can share the drawings here.

  • #470831
    Robert Wydro
    Participant

    I would be interested. I have an Arduino chip board kit. Would you include the program?

    Bob

    BobW

  • #470969
    Rudy
    Participant

    Hi robert fot the beginning I will use the same program I use for my droplet phot’s. I have to look for It but i will make sure that it will be complete (can take some time :) ).

  • #471087
    Alex Koloskov
    Keymaster

    Hi Rudy,
    The button is a simple current breaker – when depressed, it connects 2 wires (you can setup it to do the opposite) – this is what needed for the controller I’ve used. Push – sends a signal to it and it will disconnect a magnet for a few seconds, connecting it back automatically – the same as it works on magnetic lockers.

    The Lighting magician

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