A fun game for your Arduino using an LCD, joystick and buzzer.
Project tutorial by xXarduino_11Xx
A small tutorial project that tells you what direction your joystick is pointing in when you push it.
An outlet that can control your devices that need to be plugged in.
Project showcase by xXarduino_11Xx
We built a stylish and useful humidity and temperature sensor for our home workshop that uses color to alert us to big swings in humidity.
Project tutorial by Wicked Makers
Since pictures are worth 1000 words I have updated my project with pictures of the inside wiring of the Smart plug that I hope will clear up the questions about the Fritzing schematic wiring as I couldn't find all the parts required to replicate the actual project's wiring and components. I greatly appreciate your great ideas and have put them into the safety description. Thank you
Yes the 5v power supplies can run the arduino perfectly. But only 5v can be used!
In my case I use a 5v usb portable charger for the Arduino instead of actually having it always plugged into my computer. The way you use the power supply is you first compile your code into the editor and then send it to the Arduino and then unplug your Arduino and plug it back into your usb power supply. I hope this was useful!
The 5v from the uno comes from the usb that then transfers itself to the 5v pin.
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