The device utilizes the Pyroelectric Infrared Sensor to automatically power down the electric power to the tools at the work bench if idle.
This project shows the method control the speed and direction of DC motor with a joystick module using Arduino.
Project tutorial by ArtSuzhou
You should never leave your 3D printer unattended... but you do. This device will cut power to your printer when it senses thermal runaway.
Have you ever wished for "Arduino app?" A kind of pre-compiled binary file that you may copy to SD card and deploy on multiple boards.
Project tutorial by onelife
ElBanquos Kitchen Timer - having 4 channels to keep track of multiple countdowns during food preparation. Easy to operate with 2 fingers.
Project showcase by ElBanquo
This combines a two-axis joystick, a three-axis accelerometer, and two buttons into one package.
Great project. Is it possible to utilize the ESP8266 low power mode and make it powered by batteries or solar panel? My mailbox doesn't have power outlet nearby.
It's easy to write number into EEPROM but I would suggest use a SD card instead. When the device is in use the numbers will be updated several time every second and the print job can last many hours. The EEPROM doesn't long very long.
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