Arduino Traffic Lights (ORIGINAL)
Arduino Traffic Lights (ORIGINAL)

Get Resources For Project

  • Arduino Uno REV-3
  • 3 - Red - Yellow - & Green LED's
  • Variety Pack Of Balsa Wood
  • 800-Point Breadboard
  • Multi-Color Hookup Wire
  • Invisible Tape
  • Weller Soldering Iron
  • X-Acto Knife
  • Black Sharpie
  • Loctite Super Glue (Gel Control)

    Step 1: Traffic Light Structure Framework

    Arduino Traffic Lights (ORIGINAL)

    Traffic Light Structure

    Take The Balsa Wood Pack And Cut Out Pieces As Shown In The Pictures. Use The Super Glue To Bond The Pieces Together. After You Glue Them Together, Use A Black Sharpie To Fill In A Square Area. Then Continue To The Next Step.

    Step 2: Solder The LED's To The Framework

    Soldering The LED's

    The Next Step, Is Soldering The LED's. Use The Weller Soldering Iron To Bond The LED's To The Framework Of The Balsa Wood Structure. Once You Have Done This Move To The Next Step.

    Step 3: Connect Your Wires To Arduino's PINS

    Arduino Traffic Lights (ORIGINAL)

    Connect The PINS

    Connect All Off The Hookup Wires To The Corresponding PINS On The Arduino Board As Shown In The Pictures And Continue To The Next Step.

    Step 4: Program Your Arduino Board

    Arduino Traffic Lights (ORIGINAL)

    Program Your Board

    Now You Have To Program Your Arduino Board I Order For It To Operate Correctly. I Have Developed Some Code For You To Use On The Traffic Lights. I Plan To Upgrade It Soon To Include An AI For Motion Detecting. I Have Included The Code In The .INO File

    Arduino Traffic Lights (ORIGINAL)
    TrafficLights.ino2 KB
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