Problem with power supply
Geethesh last edited by salmanfaris
The above image shows the ckt with ultrasonic sensor and attiny 45 Ic ,Bd 140 transistor (for switching the 6v pump).
***The problem is when I give power from 5v regulator to all this as shown in fig, the circuit is not working ,(not enough power ).
What should I do.
Should I give separate power to motor
I am using 5.5v adaptor 500mAh.
*I have checked the circuit by connection separate 5 v from arduino ,to that attiny 45 ic and sensor,. Then it is working .
- Please help
kowshik1729 last edited by kowshik1729
@Geethesh The problem is here. There is huge voltage drop at some point of the circuit(probably at the pump or sensor, you should find it by probing at those particular areas) such that the voltage is getting attenuated by the time it reaches the Attiny. So, Attiny is working only when a dedicated supply is given to it. You can try this out by having multimeter probed between the VCC and GND of the ATTiny45. Try having a stable supply to Attiny
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@Suhailjr But I think since it's not a plug and plug play system and it will laying on the PCB for the long term, it might be fine. for me, it's similar to the Intel Edison and the PICO-IMX7 System-on-Module
@salmanfaris at last they update their design. T
What you think on the updated connector. I felt like its more fragile and high chance for corottion issue due to humidity for long term use.
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