Cool looking single-serving cat feeder built in a few days by Lucky Resistor – and a great use of the TPL5110 breakout. Read the full story here and check out the code repository here on GitHub. (I especially dig those ‘vandal resistant’ panel mount pushbuttons – gotta make sure your cat doesn’t hack their way to food too early!)
I finished a very simple and quick project recently. It is a programmable cat feeder device. The device is just made for one single portion, but it uses this slide which produces the distinctive sound if the pellets hit the bowl. It is no replacement for the usual feeding of the cat, but some flexible addition to give food out of the regular times.
The whole build was done in roughly four days, using a very quick prototyping and build method.
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