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
Sending Bytes to an 8x8 LED Matrix.
A small retro console-like setup based around ATtiny85 x 0.96 OLED for playing space invaders, Tetris, etc.
Project tutorial by Arnov Sharma
Get not only 5 volts but also 9, 12 volts (18 Watts max) out of any QC-compatible charger/power bank for supplying power hungry projects.
Project tutorial by Shahariar
Thanks for catching that. This project requires SC500.
For what it’s worth, you can purchase an SC300 to SC500 upgrade kit that includes this component. https://shop.elenco.com/consumers/upgrade-kit-sc300-to-sc500.html. Check Amazon for a cheaper price.
There are not enough pieces in the Snapino 20 kit. Buying a Snap Circuit 300 set is a great option and it can be upgraded to a 500 or 750 set at a later time.
For this lab, there are not enough snap pins exposed to directly support it. I recommend that you purchase the Snap-to-Pin wire. This will allow you to use all of the pins on the Snapino (which is an Arduino Uno) directly. Using these wires you will be able to replace the Uno with the Snapino.
Reach out to me anytime if you have questions about or need help with Snap Circuits.
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