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P a g e | 3 2. INTRODUCTION 2.1 Statement of Needs / Problems In today's world, companies have the needs to store massive numbers of items which should be protected securely. In a recognition of this need, many businesses use storage systems to help protect and organize the items. However, most solutions are strictly limited in the size and dimension of the system while the paramount of storage modules are arranged in a rather complicated way, therefore, the system cannot be organized effectively. As a consequence, cost-effective, reconfigurable and space saving item protection is essential to the health and well-being of growing business. A storage system is needed for items to be protected and secured in an arbitrary location without occupying redundant space. 2.2 Goals and Objectives The goal is to design an automatic storage system which is controlled by a 16F877 microcontroller. The system should be able to open automatically if the correct password is entered and be closing automatically if no one is holding it. The following
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Unformatted text preview: objectives define the detailed requirements of the design. 2.2.1 Objectives Structure and Material 1. The prototype must include 2 small, 2 medium and 1 large storage modules 2. The interior dimensions of small, medium and large storage modules must be 200(H)x250(W)x200(D)mm 3 , 350(H)x300(W)x200(D)mm 3 ,and 500(H)x400(W)x200(D)mm 3 3. The exterior dimensions of the system must not exceed 700(H)x600(W)x400(D)mm 3 4. Any number of modules must be able to be arranged in any combination without any large gaps in between 5. The weight of each module must not exceed 2kg 6. Each module must be able to hold a 1kg weight 7. The system must not pose hazard to the users 8. Each module should be attached to or detached from the system quickly and easily with respect to both physical and electrical connections, without compromising the security and durability of the system...
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course AER 201 taught by Professor Emami during the Fall '10 term at University of Toronto.

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