Commit ea68b305 authored by Jan Grewe's avatar Jan Grewe
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rename some variables
parent be87e6bf
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
using namespace ace_button;
#define ROTATIONS 1
#define CYCLES 1
#define ROT_R 2
#define ROT_L 2
#define ROT_STEPS 4096
......@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ AceButton pwr_sw(SW_PIN);
int TargetPos = 0;
long StartTime = 0;
int Rotations = ROTATIONS;
int Rotations = CYCLES;
StateType WState = W_INIT;
int Restart = false;
int Continue = false;
......@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ void loop()
StartTime = millis();
Rotations = ROTATIONS;
Rotations = CYCLES;
case W_CYCLE:
# Open Watch Winder
This code allows you to control a stepper motor with a momentary switch button.
## Using the Winder
On powerup, the LED will fade on an the winder will be in standby, waiting for a button press.
The button knows two types of inputs:
* **press**, which is input shorter than 500ms
* **long-press**, which is input longer than 500ms
The winder works in cycles, which means it will do the configured number of cycles (`CYCLES`), with each cycle consisting of a configured number of rotations in each direction (`ROT_R`, `ROT_L`), then wait for the
configured amount of minutes (`PAUSE_MIN`), and eventually restart the cycles. This will be refered to as "_winding_".
In short:
* press the button to start winding
* long-press the button to stop winding
### Switching Modes
* When pressing the button while the winder is in standby, it will start winding.
* When long-pressing the button while it is winding, it will return to the home position and stop winding.
* When long-pressing the button while it is waiting for the next cycle, it will stop winding.
* When pressing the buttong while it is waiting for the next cycle, it will start winding.
## LED Status
* **Solid**: Standby
* **Blinking** (1s on, 0.5s off): Winding
* **Slow Breathing**: Waiting for next cycles
* **Fast Breathing**: Next cycle will start in <1 minute
## Wiring Diagram
<a href=""><img src="" alt="Wiring Diagram" width="500"/></a>
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