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How to Drive PIR Motion sensor With Arduino UNO and Buzzer

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In this project, you will create a simple circuit with Arduino and PIR motion sensors that can detect motion. The BUZZER will light when motion is detected.

Introduce PIR motion sensor

PIR motion sensors are ideal for detecting motion. PIR stands for “passive infrared.” Basically, a PIR motion sensor measures infrared light from objects in its field of view.

Therefore, it can detect motion based on changes in infrared light in the environment. It is ideal to detect whether a person enters or leaves the sensor range.

How to Drive PIR Motion sensor With Arduino UNO and Buzzer

The sensor in the figure above has two built-in potentiometers to adjust the delay time (left potentiometer) and sensitivity (right potentiometer).

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Drive PIR Motion sensor With Arduino UNO and Buzzer

Pins

Connecting the PIR motion sensor to the Arduino is simple – the sensor has only 3 pins.

  • GND – Ground
  • OUT – Connect to Arduino Digital Pin
  • 5V – Connected to 5V
  • Required parts

This is the required part of this project

  • 1x PIR Motion Sensor (HC-SR501)
  • Arduino UNO – Read the Best Arduino Starter Kit
  • 1 BUZZER
  • Jumper cable

Schematic

Follow the schematic below to assemble all components.

Drive PIR Motion sensor With Arduino UNO and Buzzer

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int Buzzer = 13;                // the pin that the BUZZER is atteched to

int sensor = 2;              // the pin that the sensor is atteched to

int state = LOW;             // by default, no motion detected

int val = 0;                 // variable to store the sensor status (value)

 

void setup() {

pinMode(Buzzer, OUTPUT);      // initalize BUZZER as an output

pinMode(sensor, INPUT);    // initialize sensor as an input

Serial.begin(9600);        // initialize serial

}

 

void loop(){

val = digitalRead(sensor);   // read sensor value

if (val == HIGH) {           // check if the sensor is HIGH

digitalWrite(Buzzer, HIGH);   // turn BUZZER ON

delay(100);                // delay 100 milliseconds

 

if (state == LOW) {

Serial.println(“Motion detected!”);

state = HIGH;       // update variable state to HIGH

}

}

else {

digitalWrite(Buzzer, LOW); // turn BUZZER OFF

delay(200);             // delay 200 milliseconds

 

if (state == HIGH){

Serial.println(“Motion stopped!”);

state = LOW;       // update variable state to LOW

}

}

}

Conclusion

This article shows a simple example of how to use the PIR motion sensor on the Arduino. You can now use PIR motion sensors in more advanced projects. For example, you can build a Night Security Light project.

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