IOT Digital Anemometer

IOT Digital Anemometer
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I Want To Make An Anemometer, Please help me in the connections of an Anemometer

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Great to know that you want to join the project on building an anemometer. Please let us know if you have any experience with working with IoT, ardiuno and hall-effect sensors. Accordingly we could guide you.

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Ya i was basics about Arduino and hall efect sensor

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What is the part number of the hall effect sensor?
How many hall sensors will you use?

Doodle a schematic and post.
We will correct it if there are any mistakes

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Yes, @Harshil to understand how you would like to go ahead, please send the design of your anemometer as a drawing. That will help us to support your project.

sir i am following the design that we did in the stem workshop held at NMS Jaipur

I’ll use only one hall sensor

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How about using optical interface ( for example IR), Do you think this method of sensing can also be used?

Keep Exploring!

sir i am following the design that we did in the stem workshop held at NMS Jaipur

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should i send you the design again

Better to doodle a single hall sensor and it’s connection.

Also post the hall effect sensor part number.
The part number will lead to a data sheet that will tell you the polarity (N or S or both) and type (analog and digital).

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sir i’ll use an IR hall sensor

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IR=Infra Red.
Hall sensor=magnetic field sensing.

Are you sure that you are using IR hall sensor?

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sir I Was there in the stem workshop and I know what is a anemometer but I want to know about the connection

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you can even use a IR groove sensor

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Yes, am using the IR groove sensor only

Are you using this IR groove sensor?

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I am using a IR groove sensor coupler :innocent:

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The IR groove sensor is a reflective sensor. Using such a sensor will change the design slightly from the anemometer shown at Jaipur workshop and would be a wonderful design variation.

Groove connector:
Pin 1 signal ouput Yellow
Pin 2 NC (no connection) White
Pin 3 VCC (3.3 or 5v) Red
Pin 4 ground Black

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Pin 1 will connect to the pin that you are using on arduino. Any digital pin will work. Just make sure your code uses the right pin name.

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Thanks A Lot Sir For Guiding Me
Will Revert Soon :grinning: :grinning:

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