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Published on April 8th, 2017 | by Chase

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Arduino Motion Activated PS 2014 Lamp





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Chase’s version of the PS 2014 lamp, activated by motion. First, he hacked it into a desk lamp and rigged up the pulley system to a servo so it can open and close using a sensor programmed using Ardiuno.

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The original light which was just a standard bulb was also changed into a 7cm circular ring LED strip, to save space in the lamp cavity.

A 5v sonar sensor acts as the switch for the servo in the lamp. When it detects the motion within the specified distance (12 inches), the lamp will either open or close.

ProjectSchematic

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See a video of it in action, visit this link.

Download project documentation in a PDF

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~ by Chase Hinshaw

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