You Are Here: Home » AVR ATmega Projects » Metering – Instrument Projects (Page 3)

WeatherDog Using ATMega32

Introduction Our project was a real-time weather update system that accepted an airport code from the user via a keyboard, looked up the code on an internet database, and displayed the resulting weather information on a television screen. We used the PS/2 protocol, between a standard keyboard and an Atmel Mega32 chip, to decode the airport code typed by the user. The keyboard only worked on a PS/2 protocol, ...

Read more

A Microcontroller Based Turbidity Meter using AtmelMega32

Introduction Low-Cost Turbidity Meter for Underdeveloped Countries Our project is a collaboration with an independent research project being conducted by senior civil and environmental engineering student James Berg. The goal of this project is to create a low cost turbidity meter for use in under developed countries. Real laboratory turbidity meters can cost over $1000.Our goal is to create a meter that co ...

Read more

A Motion Capture System Using Accelerometers using AVR Mega32

By: Kris Young and Dan Li See the results section for movie clips of the motion capture system in action. Abstract Human-Computer interface may perhaps be both the most limiting and liberating aspect of humans working with computers.It can, for instance, limit the input complexity to the system or may, alternatively, provide a great range of options.Imagine the possibilities of a hard-wired user interface, ...

Read more

Wireless Telemetry using Atmel Mega32

I.Introduction Soundbyte:A Wireless Data Telemetry system that receives acceleration, proximity and external temperature data from a remote vehicle and displays them on an NTSC television screen. The rationale behind this project is to provide the user with information regarding the vehicles acceleration, proximity to other stationary objects, and external temperature. The information gathered would be usef ...

Read more

Vehicle Performance Meter Using Atmel Mega32

INTRODUCTION The DomMeter is a car performance meter that measures acceleration to compute values important to car enthusiasts. Specifically, the DomMeter calculates the 0-60mph time, 0-30mph time, 0-100mph time, quater mile, eighth mile time and braking time, the max acceleration during that interval, distance travelled in feet and max horse power generated (after drag, roll losses and drive train losses). ...

Read more

Testing Device for DiSEqC-Switches using ATtiny13-20PI

This is my first AVR-project on this page. The DiSEqC-Tester allows to test DiSEqC-switches that uses 1.0 or 1.1 protocols. (DiSEqC-Switches with 2.0 and 2.1 protocol have backwards compatibility with 1.0 & 1.1 respectively and also may be tested). The device every second sends a DiSEqC-message that makes switch a DiSEqC-switch. Four LEDs are intended to show on/off state of ports of a DiSEqC-switch. Fe ...

Read more

Self-powered solar data logger using ATmega32

Introduction: My project is a self-powered solar data logger. Put out in the sunlight, it will measure the light level and log this to memory to be later downloaded to a computer. The system is powered by a small solar panel and battery. Summary: The solar logger I built uses a photodiode to measure the solar insolation level. It converts the analog signal from the photodiode to a digital value that is stor ...

Read more
Scroll to top