Automatic Chaff Cutter
The “Automatic Shaft Cutter System” is an innovative automation project designed to enhance workplace safety and efficiency in manufacturing or industrial settings. This project combines color sensing technology with glove color detection to ensure that a shaft cutting machine operates only when the worker is wearing the appropriate safety gear, in this case, black gloves.
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Startup: When the system is powered on, it initializes and awaits input from the color sensor and glove detection mechanism.
- Color Sensing: The color sensor continuously monitors the area where the operator’s hands are expected to be. It specifically looks for the color black, which corresponds to the gloves.
- Glove Detection: The glove detection mechanism ensures that the operator is wearing gloves by analyzing the presence or absence of the color black in the sensor’s field of view.
- Cutting Process: If the color sensor detects black gloves on the operator’s hands and the glove detection mechanism confirms that gloves are worn, the cutting machine is enabled to function. The operator can now proceed with the shaft cutting process.
- Alert System: If the color sensor fails to detect black gloves or the glove detection mechanism does not confirm the presence of gloves, the system activates the buzzer, creating an audible alert. This alert notifies both the operator and nearby personnel that the gloves are not detected, and the cutting machine is not operational.
Safety Shutdown: The cutting machine is programmed to stop immediately when the buzzer is activated, ensuring the safety of the operator.
- ARDUINO MICROCONTROLLER
- BATTERY & POWER SUPPLY
- LCD DISPLAY
- COLOUR SENSOR
- MOTOR DRIVER
- DC MOTOR
- JUMPER WIRES
- ARDUINO IDE
- EMBEDDED C
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