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1  International / Scandinavia / Microcontroller board under water on: January 18, 2012, 06:46:28 am
Hey!

We are a couple of guys studying our last year in high school in Helsingborg, Sweden. At the moment we are having a project in school where we try to develop a lobster trap. Inside this lobster trap we have a camera, microswitch, and lights to help the camera to take a photo due to the dark light at the bottom of the sea. After the picture have been taken it is supposed to go through a GPRS-transmitter to send the picture to a receiver, in this case a cellphone.

So the big problem we have at the moment is that we need a microcontroller board to control and send out the right signals to all the parts so that this can be possible. This microcontroller board needs to be able to function with the camera, the GPRS-transmitter, the lights and the switch. We searched and found your website very informative and thought that you could help us. We apriciate all help we can get. If you got any further question please post back questions and we will do our best to answer them.

This is the parts we have:

Lights:
http://www.ekolampan.se/strip-light-led-pa-rulle/led-flexibelt-band-24w-12vdc-3528-vattentat.html

Camera:
http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10061

GPRS-transmitter:
http://www.electrokit.com/ge865-gsm-gprsmodul-utvecklingskort.47324

Thanks a lot in advance.

Best regards
Minh-Vuong Pham
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