Pictured below is a controller we recently made to control a shooting target for competitive shooting.Based around an Arduino Pro Mini, this device is used to edge or face a shooting target according to preset and user-set timings.
By default, the target is edge on to the shooter. When the start button is pressed, a relay closes which turns the target face on to the shooter. An accurate timer then starts and counts down the number of seconds the shooter has until the target is turned edge on again.
There are five preset modes – 165 seconds, 35s, 8s, 4s, and 2s. There is also a sixth mode which the user can programme to be any duration from 1 to 999 seconds.
Buttons are fitted to the circuit board, but there are also connectors to which external buttons can be connected so that the device can be fitted in a box with just the two external buttons and display visible.
If you need any kind of shooting target controller, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your requirements.