cat feeder @ work

29Oct06

feedercat1.jpgFirst test proves that it does work, however, the fsr input at set needs a larger buffer as the mat is too sensitive. As the cat shifted his weight or lifted his head to get a better bite, the frs valuaes would change more than predicted and the lid would close down onto his head. Luckily, we had programed it to close slow enough for the cat to realize this and move his head out before …. clamp! There was also the anticipated problem of the cat approaching it from the side, he quickly found it easier as far as access to the bowl from the front.

feedercat2.jpg

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