Trigger a motion event using your Snapino and IFTTT.
Project showcase by Daniel Porrey
Demonstrates the Arduino capacitance meter and RC time constants project.
Did you know that a standard three-wire PC Fan can be used as a sensor?
by Daniel Porrey
Using Arduino to do a communication between sensors and Windows for IOT
Project tutorial by Christiano Faig
This Arduino-based project will tune your guitar for you.
Project tutorial by Ben Overzat
It makes your car smarter detecting accidents to help you where nobody can.
Project tutorial by Luis Roda Sánchez
A 3D printed, battery powered box that includes an Arduino, an OLED display and a rotary encoder is used to control a motorized turntable.
Project showcase by Robin1508
I apologize but I missed this comment. There is a new package on NuGet that corrects this issue.
The original NuGet package was not created correctly. It worked previously but seemed to stop working in VS2017. I updated the library in VS 2017, recompiled and created a new NuGet package. Please update the package and let me know if your problem is resolved or not.
Latest Nuget package version is 1.0.1
It may help to read through all the previous comments if you have not already done so.
If you are using the DHT22, ensure you use the Dht22 object in code. The DHT22 does not need a pull-up resistor but the data sheet suggests a capacitor:
"One capacitor valued 100nF can be added between VDD and GND for wave filtering."
If you have an Arduino of any kind (such as an Uno) you can connect the sensor to this device to ensure the sensor works.
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