I never said "disembodied"..How will a disembodied human eye detect coins? Perhaps one from one of the Pirates of the Caribbean?
Did you explore the prox sensor under the belt?Conveyor is belt type about 6 inches wide
Passing one at a time is possible
Speed of conveyor motor is in range 30-40 rpm. It is not to be stopped anywhere.
Yes something like this is what I see having the best chance of success. Too many variables with coins laying flat on a conveyor 6" wide: coins could be stacked on top of each other, things other than coins could be present, etc. To really be accurate with the coins flat on 6" conveyor, you would need a vision sensor, so it would probably be cheaper to pick up a human from the unemployment office or the homeless shelter, as long as they don't walk off with the coins.Hello A1604
Take a look at this link.
is probable that something might be useful.
Cool. Use a slot to separate those out and run everything else through a commercially available coin sorter (something using the technologies just given by alfacliff). No need to reinvent a wheel.There are other things too apart from coins but they have sufficient thickness so not a problem.
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