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Memorandum To: John Demel From: Andrew Grunenwald Date: 4/3/08 Re: Sensors Lab Introduction The goal of this experiment was to set-up and program a Handy Board to control a DC motor based on information sent to it by various sensors and display the results to the LCD screen of the Handy Board. The program was written in Interactive C and the sensors used in the experiment were a microswitch and a CdS cell. The sensors controlled whether the motor ran or did not run, what direction it ran, and how fast it was running. This memo will contain the qualitative results and discussion from this lab along with the source code for the program and a sketch of the set-up with the sensors and motor. Results and Description In the attachment, Figure 1 contains the sketch of the lab set-up with the Handy Board, sensors, and motor. Figure 2 contains the source code that simply controlled the DC motor and told it when to turn on and off and to reverse direction. Figure 3 contains the source code where the DC motor continuously runs according to whether or not the
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course H 192 taught by Professor Glimcher during the Winter '08 term at Ohio State.

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