How to build and configure a control unit based on Arduino for opening, closing and other actions for a motorized sliding door.
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Hi again irshad, I have already added the circuit for this issue in the project (I have posted an image at the end of the Schematics section). Please check it and let me know if this is what you need.
To be honest, till now I have not even thought about this issue. You are right, if this occurs it will become into an electric problem with the motor. Maybe this could be avoided by using a third relay connected in a way that ensures that the phase is only reaching one of the connectors regardless the status of the other 2 relays. I will draw an schematic of this idea and I will update in here.
Hi Kamsamia, sorry for not responding. I thought maybe you solved the problem. I checked with different values and the result was satisfactory. When I adjust this timer, the door waits for the programmed interval consequently. Please, be aware that this variable ("interval") is used in several places within the program. So, please be sure that you are adjusting this value in the right place (just after the label "PORTA_OBERTA").
Hope this helps.
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