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  • RE:/BLOG 4:31 PM on June 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , GUIDE, MANUAL,   

    Translated Manual for Vpet 20th! Thank you SINOBALI! 


    After working for almost 3 days non stop for…

    Posted by Sinobali Digimon Market on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

  • RE:/BLOG 7:21 AM on August 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ARDUINO, , GUIDE, , TABUNG   

    GUIDE: Electronic Piggy Bank How-to, Tabung Elektrik 

    CAUTION: I will not responsible for any damage that you faced. FYI, I not really an expert on calculating voltage value and electrical. So, please advise me for any parts that can be harmful.
    In this tutorial, I just only show on electronically and programming parts. On the piggy bank’s designing, I leave it to you how to design it.



    Parts and Components:

    Tools Used

    • Soldering Iron
    • Solder

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    • Ben 6:40 PM on March 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hey interesting project, I plan to do this project too. But may I ask, your adapter is 12v DC, for the coin acceptor, but the Arduino and the LCD uses less voltage than that isn’t it? Won’t 12v fries the Arduino and LCD

    • Ben 6:54 PM on March 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Okay I got it now, actually the Arduino does provide 5v output for my LCD, but for now during my testing phrase I use the Serial Monitor for testing, do you know why am I keep getting delay / and even sometimes my coin inserted does not show up? I follow the youtube guide on your post for how to set-up the coin acceptor, except mine is printed with JY-926, I guess it’s all the same.

      • Ben 7:02 PM on March 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Or is it had to do with the back panel switches. I tried to set to NO / NC and Fast / Med / Slow all gives the same result.

        • RE:/BLOG 10:21 PM on March 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply

          Actually, mine also is JY-926 (4 coin). I have no idea what those switches are for. So, I let it default as what they was shipped to me. It was set on the NC and Slow. BTW make sure the coin acceptor is stable enough while you setting up the coin value so it not moving around.

    • con 6:53 PM on November 13, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      can i connect directly the counter form the coin sensor to the arduino?

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