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I have spent the last several weeks building a device to automatically dispense dry food to our two adorable cats. The cats need to be ona diet due to weight issues. So a certain amount of food must be given to them throughout the day.
i learned about the Arduino board soon before starting this project. So this little hobby has given me the perfect opportunity to learn more about this amazing device and its ever-expanding capabilities.
The cat feeder is basically a cylindrical container that has an opening on its side. The cylinder rests on its side and is supported by wooden dowles and rollerblade ballbearings which allow it to rotate with ease.
The rotation is provided by a wheel attached to a small motor. the signal and power is provided by an Arduino Duemilanove.
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Just wanted to thank you all for the extremely useful tutorials and parts you have on your sites. I don’t think i would have been able to get very far without your well written guides and excellent photos.
Looking forward to more and more!
is there anyway i could get the code for the xbee and arudino? Im just starting to learn about xbee integration with arduino and am quite confused on alot of it! Thx!