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Reverse engineering presentation - Digital Alarm Clock

In this project, the principle change that would be added to the alarm clock is voice recognition. Some of the other modifications would be a larger screen display, larger buttons, louder speakers
and a solar panel that would supply power to the alarm clock which would reduce the usage of ordinary batteries. The primary target audience are the visually impaired while everybody can
use it. This alarm clock would help the user know the time and weather and listen to the radio through their voice commands.

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Reverse engineering presentation - Digital Alarm Clock

  1. 1. Reverse Engineering Presentation Digital Alarm Clock
  2. 2. Introduction Description of the product  17.5 x 10.7 x 5.8 cm (Dimensions)  181 g (Weight)  Corded power source  Power requirement: 100-240V AC
  3. 3. Introduction Reasons for choosing this product  Great potential for improvement  Extremely high availability  Low cost  Possible business ventures
  4. 4. Introduction How does it meet the criteria of the reverse engineering topic?  It is reversible  Useful for visionary disabilities as well as the population with hearing difficulties  Contains a sufficient amount of components
  5. 5. Introduction Goals for performing the reverse engineering study  Describe the background of the Digital Alarm Clock  Dissemble the product  Explain and describe each different component  Relate the suggested improvements to the theoretical explanation of the components
  6. 6. Background  Product was initially derived from two inventions by D.E. Protzmann and Josef Pallweber.  Satisfies the functional need to be alarmed at a specific time with convenience  Targeted towards the majority of the population in specific the elderly and those with disabilities in vision and hearing  The model at hand is CR1388B, Radio (AM/FM), LED display, Curved edges for easier grip to be moved
  7. 7. Evaluation Methods Procedures used to evaluate the product  Researching  Choosing  Developing
  8. 8. Applications Details 3D Model
  9. 9. Application details Casing & Buttons Front View Top View
  10. 10. Application details Casing & Buttons cont. Bottom View
  11. 11. Application details The Power System  AC Adapter (outside)
  12. 12.  AC Adapter (inside) 1. Conductors 2. Primary & Secondary Coils 3. Rectifier Bridge 4. Smoothing Capacitor Application details The Power System
  13. 13.  AC Adapter (inside) 1. Conductors (prongs & wires) 2. Primary & Secondary Coils 3. Rectifier Bridge 4. Smoothing Capacitor Application details The Power System cont.
  14. 14.  AC Adapter (How it works) Application details The Power System cont.
  15. 15. Application Details Inside the Clock
  16. 16. Application Details Inside the Clock
  17. 17. Application Details The Power Board
  18. 18. Applications Details Power Board > “Motherboard”
  19. 19. Application Details Motherboard
  20. 20. Application Details Motherboard cont.
  21. 21. Application Details The Clock Quartz Crystal (Oscillator)
  22. 22.  User control Application Details The Clock cont.
  23. 23. Application Details  Radio 1. Transmitter 2.Receiver
  24. 24. Application details  (Digital display screen) 1. Oscillator 2. Crystal 3. The display screen is often made of a liquid crystal display (LCD) or light emitting diode (LED).
  25. 25. Application details  Speakers 1. Cone 2. Suspension 3. Magnet 4. Voice coil 5. Frame
  26. 26. Results Holistic understanding Specific information about different components 1. Power System 2. Speakers 3. LED
  27. 27. Future work Main idea- Voice recognition (take voice commands from the user and perform tasks like changing time, weather update, play radio and more) Other tweaks-  Bigger screen and simple larger buttons(convenient for near-blind people)  Louder speakers  Vibrating Wrist-band that connects to the alarm-clock via Wi-Fi (for deaf people  Solar-energy panel (lessen the usage of batteries)
  28. 28. Marketing  Target audience  Targeted advertising  Price
  29. 29. Proofreading & Consistency
  30. 30. Errors  Grammar  Style  Spelling
  31. 31. Consistency  Uniformity among the parts  Layout
  32. 32. Distribution of tasks  Intro: Dylan  Background/Powerpoint: Ahmed  Evaluation Methods: Ramy  App details + Results: Sameh + Mahdi  Future works: Shivam  Marketing: Nicole  Resources: Everyone  References: Everyone  Proof reading, consistency and coordination: Mohammed
  33. 33. References  Churm, Thomas M. (September 26, 2010). “A Short History of Digital Clocks and Watches.”  JosefPallweber.com.  Http://www.iec.ch/worldplugs/typeA.htm  (difference between current and voltage) https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/voltage-current-resistance-and-ohms- law  http://www.explainthatstuff.com/howtransistorswork.html
  34. 34. Questions?
  • AkkiVora

    Jul. 10, 2020
  • ZoyanShafiq

    Jun. 7, 2017

In this project, the principle change that would be added to the alarm clock is voice recognition. Some of the other modifications would be a larger screen display, larger buttons, louder speakers and a solar panel that would supply power to the alarm clock which would reduce the usage of ordinary batteries. The primary target audience are the visually impaired while everybody can use it. This alarm clock would help the user know the time and weather and listen to the radio through their voice commands.

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