Program a 12v RGB LED strip with Arduino and how to make different color combinations and fading animations.
Writing only Arduino code, it is easy to set up control over experiments and display results on your PC's panel application.
Today we are going to learn about touch switch based on TTP223.
This project is a prototype of a smart home.
Three different way of connecting a push button with an Arduino microcontroller.
This light switch can be turned on and off using designated RFID tags.
The purpose of this project is to create a radio map of the disaster area using reception devices placed near the affected area.
by Vasile Fotache
The solar lamp is charged during the day, and they started to pass. Suitable for yards and corridors.
A DC motor starter using 600 V CoolMOS™ C7 Gold superjunction MOSFETs for industrial applications.
by Md. Khairul Alam
In this tutorial, I am going to talk about the PCF8574 8-bit GPIO port extender.
I found limited documentation on the usage of a color sensor I recently purchased, so here is my attempt to make it more simple.
Some pretty cool automated functions and easily adjustable parameters. Not bad for a small budget!
Ultra low-cost flow-through photometer for on-line measurements of bacterial density.
by Alex Kutschera
Get an input for your Arduino from the cloud without taking care of server side.
by Jaume Miralles
Publish your Arduino input in real-time so it can be accessible on the internet without taking care of server side.
The project is a prototype of a keyboar that has the learning of the braille symbols for letters and numbers as main goal.
by Wanderson Filho
A little tribute machine that prints On The Road novel in a scroll paper.
by Roni Bandini
In this project, I am going to make a LAN cable tester with just a few basic electronics components. It cost me just a bit over $3.
Make your projects colorful.
Failed but still teaches a lot.
This circuit allows for one thermistor input and will output up to four similar values using digital pots.
by Kevin Strain
In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to get started with the small 0.91 and 0.96 I2C OLED displays using Arduino and NodeMCU.
It's an elevator with automatic doors. The code has two FSM, one for the motor that makes it go up and down and one for the automatic door.
Just before creating my next tutorial, which will be using a PIR sensor, I thought I might create a separate tutorial for PIR Sensor.
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