Hi all, i am Dimitri from Belgium. I will take time to properly introduce myself, but for the moment i am in a big deadline rush to get a job done. We are a creative sign maker company and for a current build, we need to control a simple light animation. I'll try to explain as good as possible:
The project is a lightbox with 4 different compartments. Every seperate room has led lights built in (12v). These leds need to be switched in a specific order and time. This program needs to run in loop mode and hopefully can run for years without the need for a different program.
The program exists of 9 steps:
relay n° 1 2 3 4
1 0 0 0 time:1/10 sec 1 1 0 0 time:1/10 sec 0 1 1 0 time:1/10 sec 0 0 1 1 time:1/10 sec 0 0 0 1 time:1/4 sec 0 0 0 0 time:1/4 sec 0 0 0 1 time:1/4 sec 0 0 0 0 time:1/4 sec 0 0 0 1 time:1/4 sec 0 0 0 0 time:1/4 sec
I really want to understand and learn arduino, but to be honest, i can't afford the time to learn it all by myself for this project. I hope to find some advice here for the components to order to get this job done and some pointers on where to start experimenting from here. I need this lightbox to be up and running in exact a week from now (after my work hours). Is that realistic for an absolute beginner? If not, i'll need to go for some professional help i guess :-)
Thanks in advance!