18 thoughts on “Arduino SAFE with keyless entry

  1. When he opened up …
    When he opened up that safe I was expecting like his arduino collection but? was extremely impressed when a gun popped out. So much street cred.

  2. Can you tell me the …
    Can you tell me the model of relays you are using?

    Thanks for all of your tutorial work, I have? learned a ton.

  3. @kdarrah1234 nice …
    @kdarrah1234 nice gun? ๐Ÿ˜€ i wanna get a gun license too ๐Ÿ˜€ . thank for the video btw.

  4. @Imagineer19 oh yea …
    @Imagineer19 oh yea!! I will make a video soon showing you how to put the arduino? to sleep!!

  5. any advice to save …
    any advice to save power for a setup like this, im planning to make? a related project and i dont want to replace batteries every other day. a pot controlled rgb lamp

  6. @martinkjlarsson …
    @martinkjlarsson yes it would!! believe me, I actually used an H-bridge initially for this design but it was only rated for 1A. This motor can pull over 2A, but since its only on for a few milliseconds, I though I would be ok. Well, it actually worked quite well, until I forgot a piece of code to turn the motor off after activating it, and poof! the H-bridge was history. I had a bunch of? relays laying around though… and they work pretty good

  7. @Flapjackbatter …
    @Flapjackbatter exactly! I had no idea what was happening, since the code was written so the drawer can only be? either open or closed. This meant that when I opened the safe, the arduino would reset, and not know that it was in the open position.

  8. @rafhit thanks!! …
    @rafhit thanks!! yea, definitely? metal would be better, but for now, it’s not bad

  9. Very useful.

    So …
    Very useful.

    So the solenoid uses so much current that it`s effectively like shutting off the power to the? ยตc for a short time? ok.

  10. very nice! maybe a …
    very nice! maybe a metal case would be? better than that wood case
    or it hide in a drawer…
    still! its very good

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