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#include <Servo.h>
Servo myservo;
const int servoPin = 9;
const int buttonPin = 12;
const int ledPin = 13;
void setup() {
myservo.attach(servoPin);
pinMode(buttonPin, INPUT);
digitalWrite(buttonPin, HIGH);
pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);
digitalWrite(ledPin, LOW);
myservo.write(180);
delay(1000);
myservo.detach();
}
void loop() {
int buttonVal = digitalRead(buttonPin);
if(buttonVal == LOW) {
myservo.attach(servoPin);
myservo.write(30);
delay(575);
myservo.write(180);
delay(1500);
myservo.detach();
delay(5000);
}
delay(13);
}
@szakynr
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szakynr commented Sep 9, 2017

this is cool code for cat

@VxlerieUwU
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VxlerieUwU commented Oct 17, 2017

Thanks

@awintersiii
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awintersiii commented Sep 22, 2018

What calls the "loop" function?

@kaledon1998
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kaledon1998 commented Sep 28, 2018

hi there, where we can find the wiring diagrams?

@jeremyfritzen
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jeremyfritzen commented Nov 20, 2018

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abigailltm commented Mar 12, 2019

How many times a day does this feed. How do i adjust how much food is delivered. Do i just have to play around with the numbers?

@TuRQu85
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TuRQu85 commented Feb 25, 2020

Idk what im doing wrong but its a continous loop for me. I would like to stop it after accessing the button but it does not stop. Can anyone help me please?

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ulitiy commented Feb 26, 2020

Idk what im doing wrong but its a continous loop for me. I would like to stop it after accessing the button but it does not stop. Can anyone help me please?

@TuRQu85

  1. One button pin should be connected to the ground (ground, not 5V), another one to the button pin.
  2. ensure you have digitalWrite(buttonPin, HIGH); in your setup to activate internal pull-up resistor
  3. show your code please
  4. show your wiring

@szb103
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szb103 commented Apr 8, 2021

Nice implement. I am confused how it is working though. You first have your servo rotate 30 deg, then wait 575 ms and then rotate 180. Why does it rotate in the opposite direction? Wouldn't the servo go on rotating in the same direction? Thanks.

@ulitiy
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ulitiy commented Apr 9, 2021

Nice implement. I am confused how it is working though. You first have your servo rotate 30 deg, then wait 575 ms and then rotate 180. Why does it rotate in the opposite direction? Wouldn't the servo go on rotating in the same direction? Thanks.

This code is not for continuous but for a typical servo. So 30 means rotate to 30 degrees and 180 is rotate to 180 degrees. If you use continuous servo 30 (or 0) means rotate counter-clockwise, 90 means stand still, 180 means rotate clockwise.

@szb103
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szb103 commented Apr 9, 2021

Got it. Thanks for explaining! Love your cat:)

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Darwishkun commented Apr 29, 2021

1.is arduino uno is the same as urs?
2.Is there a different between 180 degree and 360 degree 996 servo motor. Imean which one do i need to buy?
3.how do i make it feed my cat every 1 hour?

@ulitiy
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ulitiy commented Apr 29, 2021

1.is arduino uno is the same as urs?

You can use any board with PWM

2.Is there a different between 180 degree and 360 degree 996 servo motor. Imean which one do i need to buy?

360 is better

3.how do i make it feed my cat every 1 hour?

You program it. It's not that hard and is a great skill to have.

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Darwishkun commented Jun 18, 2021

I have few more question for that push to get food cat feeder.
1.wut wire did u use?
2.Wut type of micro switch did u use for the button?
Im tryna do this cat feeder for my school project, would really appreciate if u reply =D

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ulitiy commented Jun 18, 2021

I have few more question for that push to get food cat feeder.
1.wut wire did u use?
2.Wut type of micro switch did u use for the button?
Im tryna do this cat feeder for my school project, would really appreciate if u reply =D

It doesn't matter, both are just pieces of conductor, you can use any.
Google for breadboard jumper wires, male-male are fine for arduino uno. Also you don't need a button if you just make it timer-based.

@Darwishkun
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Darwishkun commented Jun 19, 2021

I need a button because i wanna do the push to get food cat feeder. What type of microswitch do i need to use?
Is that code for the push to get food cat feeder?

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Darwishkun commented Jun 25, 2021

Wut type of microswitch do i need to use and is tbis code for push to get food cat feeder. Would really aprreciate if u reply.=)

@ulitiy
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ulitiy commented Jun 25, 2021

Wut type of microswitch do i need to use and is tbis code for push to get food cat feeder. Would really aprreciate if u reply.=)

I already answered that it doesn't matter, use whatever button you want. Please stop spamming.

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mcleanay commented Nov 21, 2021

this is cool ;0

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mcleanay commented Nov 21, 2021

Idk what im doing wrong but its a continous loop for me. I would like to stop it after accessing the button but it does not stop. Can anyone help me please?

u just change the code

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MU-ciber commented May 29, 2022

Why did he use in the if Statment LOW and not HIGH

@ulitiy
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ulitiy commented May 29, 2022

Why did he use in the if Statment LOW and not HIGH

arduino has internal pull up resistor, it's activated on line 12. It doesn't have pull down resistors.

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