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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 199190 8-Aug-2016 10:13
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Hello everyone,




I've got an arduino project going at the moment, I'm in need of an experienced programmer to help me with the project. In a nut shell the arduino is an alarm system (PIR sensor, security light, siren) thats all pretty simple stuff I'm sure.




However the other side of the project involves the arduino being a sort of fault detector. Such as a fire alarm, power phase 1,2&3, aircon and much more. Basically there are several external circuits that already exist. These circuits are normally closed, and go open when a fault is present. So lets say there is a problem with power phase 1, the circuit goes open, arduino detects this, sounds a buzzer and flashes a corresponding LED to let the user know what type of fault is present.




This would be a paying job if you can write the program for me.




I'm based in New Zealand (Rotorua to be exact)




Thanks for your time, Amon

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1622582 4-Sep-2016 18:24
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Thanks for your interest people, I've currently found a person to help me with my project.

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