Secret Knock Final using arduino




Secret Knock

Description – My final project is a door lock that listens for your personalized knock. The lock uses an arduino board and a piezo speaker and will not unlock the door unless the specific pattern is used as a knock.

Arduino Program

/* Detects patterns of knocks and triggers a motor to unlock
it if the pattern is correct.

By Steve Hoefer http://grathio.com
Version 0.1.09.20.09
Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/
(In short: Do what you want, just be sure to include this line and the four above it, and don’t sell it or use it in anything you sell without contacting me.)
Secret Knock Final




   Analog Pin 0: Piezo speaker (connected to ground with 1M pulldown resistor)
Digital Pin 2: Switch to enter a new code.  Short this to enter programming mode.
Digital Pin 3: DC gear reduction motor attached to the lock. (Or a motor controller or a solenoid or other unlocking mechanisim.)
Digital Pin 4: Red LED.
Digital Pin 5: Green LED.

Update: Nov 09 09: Fixed red/green LED error in the comments. Code is unchanged.
Update: Nov 20 09: Updated handling of programming button to make it more intuitive, give better feedback.
*/

// Pin definitions
const int knockSensor = 0;         // Piezo sensor on pin 0.
const int programSwitch = 2;       // If this is high we program a new code.
const int lockMotor = 3;           // Gear motor used to turn the lock.
const int redLED = 4;              // Status LED
const int greenLED = 5;            // Status LED

// Tuning constants.  Could be made vars and hoooked to potentiometers for soft configuration, etc.
const int threshold = 3;           // Minimum signal from the piezo to register as a knock
const int rejectValue = 25;        // If an individual knock is off by this percentage of a knock we don’t unlock..
const int averageRejectValue = 15; // If the average timing of the knocks is off by this percent we don’t unlock.
const int knockFadeTime = 150;     // milliseconds we allow a knock to fade before we listen for another one. (Debounce timer.)
const int lockTurnTime = 650;      // milliseconds that we run the motor to get it to go a half turn.

const int maximumKnocks = 20;       // Maximum number of knocks to listen for.
const int knockComplete = 1200;     // Longest time to wait for a knock before we assume that it’s finished.

// Variables.
int secretCode[maximumKnocks] = {50, 25, 25, 50, 100, 50, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0};  // Initial setup: “Shave and a Hair Cut, two bits.”
int knockReadings[maximumKnocks];   // When someone knocks this array fills with delays between knocks.
int knockSensorValue = 0;           // Last reading of the knock sensor.
int programButtonPressed = false;   // Flag so we remember the programming button setting at the end of the cycle.

void setup() {
pinMode(knockSensor, OUTPUT);
pinMode(lockMotor, OUTPUT);
pinMode(redLED, OUTPUT);
pinMode(greenLED, OUTPUT);
pinMode(programSwitch, INPUT);

Serial.begin(9600);                           // Uncomment the Serial.bla lines for debugging.
Serial.println(“Program start.”);              // but feel free to comment them out after it’s working right.

digitalWrite(greenLED, HIGH);      // Green LED on, everything is go.
}

void loop() {
// Listen for any knock at all.
knockSensorValue = analogRead(knockSensor);

if (digitalRead(programSwitch)==HIGH){  // is the program button pressed?
programButtonPressed = true;          // Yes, so lets save that state
digitalWrite(redLED, HIGH);           // and turn on the red light too so we know we’re programming.
} else {
programButtonPressed = false;
digitalWrite(redLED, LOW);
}

if (knockSensorValue >=threshold){
listenToSecretKnock();
}
}

// Records the timing of knocks.
void listenToSecretKnock(){
Serial.println(“knock starting”);

int i = 0;
// First lets reset the listening array.
for (i=0;i<maximumKnocks;i++){
knockReadings[i]=0;
}

int currentKnockNumber=0;                     // Incrementer for the array.
int startTime=millis();                       // Reference for when this knock started.
int now=millis();

digitalWrite(greenLED, LOW);                  // we blink the LED for a bit as a visual indicator of the knock.
if (programButtonPressed==true){
digitalWrite(redLED, LOW);                         // and the red one too if we’re programming a new knock.
}
delay(knockFadeTime);                                   // wait for this peak to fade before we listen to the next one.
digitalWrite(greenLED, HIGH);
if (programButtonPressed==true){
digitalWrite(redLED, HIGH);
}
do {
//listen for the next knock or wait for it to timeout.
knockSensorValue = analogRead(knockSensor);
if (knockSensorValue >=threshold){                   //got another knock…
//record the delay time.
Serial.println(“knock.”);
now=millis();
knockReadings[currentKnockNumber] = now-startTime;
currentKnockNumber ++;                             //increment the counter
startTime=now;
// and reset our timer for the next knock
digitalWrite(greenLED, LOW);
if (programButtonPressed==true){
digitalWrite(redLED, LOW);                       // and the red one too if we’re programming a new knock.
}
delay(knockFadeTime);                              // again, a little delay to let the knock decay.
digitalWrite(greenLED, HIGH);
if (programButtonPressed==true){
digitalWrite(redLED, HIGH);       }    }
now=millis();
//did we timeout or run out of knocks?
} while ((now-startTime < knockComplete) && (currentKnockNumber < maximumKnocks));
Secret Knock Final  //we’ve got our knock recorded, lets see if it’s valid
if (programButtonPressed==false){             // only if we’re not in progrmaing mode.
if (validateKnock() == true){
triggerDoorUnlock();
} else {
Serial.println(“Secret knock failed.”);
digitalWrite(greenLED, LOW);          // We didn’t unlock, so blink the red LED as visual feedback.
for (i=0;i<4;i++){
digitalWrite(redLED, HIGH);
delay(100);
digitalWrite(redLED, LOW);
delay(100);      }

 

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