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Single button combination lock using Arduino

Time for something different  – a single button combination lock. Allow me to explain… Updated 18/03/2013 Normally a combination lock would require the entry of a series of unique numbers in order to unlock something or start an action. For example: A more contemporary type of lock could be controlled electronically, for example by a …

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Arduino MKR1000 + Android + Relay = Christmas gift lock

Santa is here but you need to guess your gift’s password! It’s a great starting point if you’re new to Arduino MKR1000, networking & Android Things used in this project Hardware components Arduino MKR1000 × 1 LED (generic) × 1 Jumper wires (generic) × 1 Resistor 330 ohm × 1 Relay (generic) × 1 Story …

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DIY electronic RFID Door Lock with Battery Backup

About Burglars Recently the Spiegel published an article about burglars in Germany: Burglars prefer the dark months. In december the insurances report 3 times more housebreakings than in july. The police reports that it is very difficult to find the delinquents. Mostly there are no witnesses and no traces. Only in 2,6% of the housebreakings …

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