Hi me and my teammates wanted to know what is the best model of Arduino for monitoring the depth or level of flood and the type or model of the water level sensor to be used. Not too pricey please. And also if it is okay too put the instructions on how to build it...
There's a steep learning curve ahead, if they don't yet have an Arduino or Arduino-like device to hand and have yet to write a sketch to read a switch.
Quote from: dave-in-nj on Today at 03:57 amQuotethe great thing about the Arduinos is that no matter what board you start with, any work you do is not wasted and be moved to a different board that fits your project better.That's a wee bit of an exaggeration: it would be a shame to embark on a project with a Mega just because you had one available, then use all the hardware serials, and try to do that on a nano
the great thing about the Arduinos is that no matter what board you start with, any work you do is not wasted and be moved to a different board that fits your project better.
I doubt if anyone really thought that was the question: I'm sure the OP is asking how to build the project as a whole, given a working Arduino of some description, and some sensors. And providing that level of detail would be thwarting the purpose of his college assigning their students a final project which presumably requires the normal "own work" declaration at the front.