Mini Project Arduino based Wireless Doorbell -Arduino Mini Project
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Arduino based Wireless Doorbell -Arduino Mini Project
Traditional doorbells are wired devices that are often fixed in one location. Because of these factors, they are becoming obsolete and are increasingly being replaced by modern Wireless Doorbell Devices. The position of the switch and the bell on a wireless doorbell is not fixed.
We can position it wherever we want, and installation is straightforward. The installation of a wireless doorbell does not need any inside cabling. Also, if the wired doorbell is not installed during building, we must drill holes for wiring and installation.
In this project, we used minimal hardware to create an Arduino-based Wireless Doorbell. The project is built with an RF Module for wireless connection and an Arduino UNO board for data analysis.
- Arduino UNO
- 434 MHz RF Receiver Module
- HT – 12D Decoder IC
- 33 KΩ Resistor
- Small Buzzer
- Power Supply
- Connecting Wires
- Prototyping Board (Breadboard)
- 434 MHz RF
- Transmitter Module
- HT – 12E Encoder IC
- 750 KΩ Resistor
- Push Button
- Embedded C
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