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We are looking for a maker to create a learning tutorial. This tutorial should be written on a word document with explanatory images of the different steps.

If the mission goes well, other missions may be submitted to you.

The subject of this first tutorial is the control of the ignition and extinction of light, and the speed of rotation of a beacon. Starting from an existing beacon, you will have to explain step by step how to take control of both the lighting of the light and the rotational speed of the beacon using an Arduino board and auxiliary electronic components .

The expected deliverable is a word file which should include the following elements:
  • List of required electronic components with a short description of their function.
  • Wiring diagram from software such as Fritzing
  • As many photos as possible to describe the editing (as in a tutorial available on the internet)
  • Arduino code with explanatory comments

The word file should be structured as follows:
  • Part 1: Learn how to control the turning on and off of light from an Arduino board
  • Part 2: Learn to control the rotation speed of the mirror motor
  • Part 3: Bring together Parts 1 and 2
  • Part 4: Explanation how to control light and speed rotation of several rotation of a beacon in same time

The reference of the beacon used must be given so that we can reproduce the tutorial.

We pay this mission, can you give us an offer ?

Best regards,


Are you trying to get your school project done for a cheap price? what's the context?
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If this has any hope of 'looking' professional- forget the use of Fritzy diagrams.
What's your budget?
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Is the beacon a building or a little thing you can buy from an electronics store?

Is the job to document a circuit and sketch that already exist or to design them?


If this has any hope of 'looking' professional- forget the use of Fritzy diagrams.
I've used them in my own tutorials - great for absolute beginners to have a handhold to wire their breadboard, and always in conjunction with a real schematic. It helps to get the first few circuits wired up quickly, instant gratification is great for motivation to continue the course.

After a few lessons the Fritzies disappear and it's schematics only. By then they should know how to read simple schematics and turn it into a breadboard layout.
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The reference of the beacon used must be given so that we can reproduce the tutorial.
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This has to be a readily available part, otherwise the students following the tutorial may not be able to find one. Also, the characteristics of the commercially available beacons may exclude any sort of external control of things like light intensity, motor speed etc. Have you seen a specific part which is appropriate for this tutorial ?

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