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Topic: Max beam deflection using Arduino with Acceleromter (Read 3 times) previous topic - next topic

federvo_mala

Wow, this is going to be too complicated for my present knowledge.


Do you know where can I get some ideas of project/experiments with Arduino with an accelerometer?




RuggedCircuits

http://www.google.com/search?&q=arduino+accelerometer

Seriously, there are a LOT of projects out there. Are you just looking to replicate one of them?

To return to your original problem, how much of a deflection are you expecting to have to measure?

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federvo_mala

So many of 'em!!!

The point is, I wanted to stick with my idea but I though it was going to be pretty smooth, but I guess not anymore.

Time is not enough and have so much other stuff to do (finals time , so stressed), plus what they taught in class for arduino is not enough. So yes, I might want to reproduce one of those experiments, If I find a decent one.

I just wanted to do something with my accelerometer. If you have any suggestions, please tell me.



Well, I was expecting something like 5 cm of displacement.

Thanks,


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