arduino vibration motor


The vibration can be increased and decreased without any further delay. Let’S get started, the components needed for this project are number one. Audrina number two micro vibration motor number, three, a variable resistor. As you can see, I have already soldered three jumper wires so that it can be easily interfaced with the Arduino. These components can be purchased from Amazon, the components purchase links are given in the description. This is the micro vibration motor. As you can see, it has two wires red and Blake red is the positive wire. A wild blake is the ground fire. The working voltage of the micro vibration motor is two to five volts. The rated voltage is 3.7 volts and current is point zero, seven amps, which is equal to 70 milliamps. As you can see, the vibration motor has small 10 wires into the which it’s really hard to interfaced with the Arduino. So I decided to fix the vibration motor on a small, PCB board you now I will solder to jump of ice. As you can see, the two wires are soldered and now it can be easily interfaced with the Arduino. The red wire is de positive and the blue wire is the ground connecting middle leg of the variable resistor, with analog. Pin even of the Arduino now connect the gray wire with the ground, connect the red wire with the 5 volt Kaneda red wire of the micro vibration motor with the number 5, which is the pwm pin of the arduino, connect the blue wire with the Audrina’s ground.

You now we will use this variable resistor to control the vibration of the micro vibration. Motor now let’s discuss the Arduino programming, the micro vibration. Motor programming is really simple indeed or MDM is equal to 5 micro vibration. Motor is connected with pin number 5, which is the pwm pin of the arduino. You can use any pwm pin of the arduino integer v resistor is equal to a 1. A variable resistor is connected with the analog pin a 1 of the Arduino integer data is equal to 0. The variable resistor value will be stored and data as no more friends. Every Arduino and mega program has at least 2 functions, which are the white set up and by loop functions. White means that these functions are not returning any value, while the empty parenthesis means that these functions are not taking any arguments, is the input. Pin mode is a built in function, and it takes two arguments. Is the input the pin, number or pin name and the status which can be input on output, his micro vibration, motor? Is the output device so that’s? Why we set it to output? While the variable resistor is set to input then starts the vital function? Data is equal to analog feed, avi resistor, reads the variable, resistor and store the value and variable data. Then using the map function we limit the maximum value to 255 and store the Maebh value and data. Then, using the analog write function, we send the value stored in variable data, the pwm pin, which is deep in number 5 and its name is MBM.

I have already uploaded this program. Let’S watch this project in action. You support me on patreon for more videos.


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  1. Correct me if I’m wrong but connecting any dc motor such that 1027 vibration motor seems to be a sure way to damage your Arduino I/O pin. That motor needs 120mA starting current and needs 60mA for its operating current. Arduino I/O pin current rating falls within 50mA. For demonstration, it’s fine. However, for projects, a relay or transistor circuit to separate the motor from the microcontroller is essential.

    1. ya during the testing I didn’t feel anything but a transistor like 2n2222 can be used to control this small vibration motor.


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