I have been lurking for a while and reading old posts. But, I still haven't had all my questions answered.
Please let me know if/how this is possible.
I am looking to utilize 6 or more RC Servos in a timed fashion. I would like to incorporate a buzzer before each iteration of servo movements, and ultimately I would like it to be controlled by a small wireless (blue-tooth, hf, ect..???) on/off switch/button.
I am looking to automate a small target range I have, where targets face and turn away from the shooter in a timed fashion. I have found other similar posts, but none utilizing the same ideas.
I want it to function: buzzer beep, target 2 flips toward shooter for (x) seconds, target 2 flips back to starting position, target 5 flips, flips back, a few more target flip iterations of random targets, and then a buzzer beep to end the circuit. A buzzer beep to start the next circuit, random target flips, ect.
It would continue to run through varying circuits until turned off. However, I would like to make the targets flipped and times in which they remain flipped, totally random in each circuit, therefore not creating a noticeable pattern when I use it.
Is something like this possible?