I have a 6V DC motor knocked out of a kids car. this motor is reversible like back and forth running clock wise or counter clock wise (CC and CCW).
1. Need a timer circuit that can run the motor in clock wise for user input in number of seconds with a digital input display, pause time , reverse running time, pause time and forward running and continue the same as per input number of cycles.
User inputs: 6V DC supply, forward running time, pause time in seconds, reverse running time in sec, pasue time in sec, number of cycles.
2. Board on/of should be remote controlled with a tiny remote, I could be able to switch on the motor and contine the timer function upon switch on and switch off.
3. when switched off, the motor should stop at the end of forward running or at the end of revers runnig, but not in the middle of a forward or reverse.
4. should send the number of cycles run on day to day basis to any remote computer, just like the security camara sends the pictures to a remote location, but this is just one single string of data, probaly onto my mobile phone.
5. the board should alternatively be operated by limit switch inputs, such as when the motor runs clockwise for certian number of seconds, it is going to hit a limit switch, so, instead of number of seconds, when the motor hits a limit switch, should revers, and hits another limit switch at the rear end and the motor starts forward running, and the cycle repeats until the number of cycles hit the required, already fed number of cycles.
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Microcontroller researcher and expert. Can get your motor oscilator controller done. Have a lot of experience working with Atmel microprocessor for control purposes and robotics in general.