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Arduino Wireless Motion Detector

This project consists of multiple motion detectors with RF transmitters and an RF receiver with indicator
LEDs. The receiver component uses LEDs to indicate which motion detector has detected motion.

Parts List
SNo Component Description Qty Unit Sub
Price Total
1 Arduino
1
2 Transmitter
ATMEGA328 Atmel’s ATMega328P 8-Bit Processor in 28 pin 1 $04.00 $04.00
Microcontroller DIP package. It’s like the ATmega168, with
double the flash space. 32K of program space. 23
I/O lines, 6 of which are channels for the 10-bit
ADC. Runs up to 20MHz with external crystal.
Package can be programmed in circuit. 1.8V to
5V operating voltage!
7805 5V Voltage This is the basic L7805 voltage regulator, a three- 1 $00.19 $00.19
Regulator terminal positive regulator with a 5V fixed output
voltage. This fixed regulator provides a local
regulation, internal current limiting, thermal shut-
down control, and safe area protection for your
project. Each one of these voltage regulators can
output a max current of 1.5A.
10uF Electrolytic Low-profile electrolytic decoupling capacitors 2 $00.45 $00.90
Decoupling Capacitor 10uF/25V. These capacitors are great
transient/surge suppressors and work well as
charge pump caps for MAX232 circuits. High
quality radial electrolytic capacitors.
16MHz Crystal Standard frequency crystals - use these crystals to 1 $00.95 $00.95
provide a clock input to your microprocessor. Rated
at 20pF capacitance and +/- 50ppm stability. Low
profile HC49/US Package.
22pF Ceramic This is a very common 22pF capacitor. Used with 2 $00.25 $00.50
Capacitor crystals for loading purposes. 0.1" spaced leads make
this a perfect candidate for breadboarding and perf
boarding. Rated at 200V.
315Mhz RF Transmitter These wireless transmitters work with our 1 $03.95 $03.95
315MHz receivers. They can easily fit into a
breadboard and work well with microcontrollers
to create a very simple wireless data link. Since
these are only transmitters, they will only work
communicating data one-way, you would need
two pairs (of different frequencies) to act as a
transmitter/receiver pair
PIR Sensor This is a simple to use motion sensor. Power it 1 $09.95 $09.95
up and wait 1-2 seconds for the sensor to get a
snapshot of the still room. If anything moves
after that period, the ‘alarm’ pin will go low.
This unit works great from 5 to 12V (datasheet
shows 12V). You can also install a jumper wire
past the 5V regulator on board to make this unit
work at 3.3V. Sensor uses 1.6mA@3.3V.
The alarm pin is an open collector meaning you
will need a pull up resistor on the alarm pin. The
open drain setup allows multiple motion sensors
to be connected on a single input pin. If any of
the motion sensors go off, the input pin will be
pulled low.
We’ve finally updated the connector! Gone is the
old “odd” connector, now you will find a
common 3-pin JST! This makes the PIR Sensor
much more accessible for whatever your project
may need. Red = Power, White = Ground, and
Black = Alarm
Green LED LEDs - those blinky things. A must have for power 1 $0.35 $0.35
indication, pin status, opto-electronic sensors, and
fun blinky displays.
This is a very standard green LED. The lens is
3mm in diameter, and is diffused.
220 Ohm Resistor
Toggle Switch Simple SPDT slide switch. Rated at 30V/200mA. The 1 $01.50 $01.50
pins have .1" spacing - fits great into a breadboard!
Use it as a power switch or general control switch
3 Receiver
ATMEGA328 1 $04.00 $04.00
Microcontroller
7805 Voltage 1 $00.19 $00.19
Regulator
10uF Electrolytic 2 $00.45 $00.90
Decoupling Capacitor
16MHz Crystal 1 $00.95 $00.95
22pF Ceramic 2 $00.25 $00.25
Capacitor
315Mhz RF Receiver 1 $03.95 $03.95
Red LED LEDs - those blinky things. A must have for 2 $00.35 $00.70
power indication, pin status, opto-electronic
sensors, and fun blinky displays.
This is a very standard red LED. The lens is 3mm
in diameter, and is diffused.
220 Ohm Resistor 1
Toggle Switch 1 $01.50 $01.50
4 Breadboard