The soldering iron controller based on arduino that implements PID method to keep the temperature of the iron.
Project tutorial by Alexander
Did you run out of input pins? Don't worry, here is a solution without any shift registers.
Project tutorial by Najad
This micocontrollers laboratory is designed to speed up projects, and make easy and clean connections.
Project tutorial by raul
A small device that will help you sorting resistors without wasting time with their color code.
Project tutorial by Federico Vivaldi
A programmable, portable, rechargeable power supply based on Arduino featuring an OLED display for viewing V.I.P. of projects/prototypes.
Project tutorial by Shahariar
Your personal universal electronics kit. More I/O pins. More devices. More distances. Remote wireless control. No bunch wires.
Project tutorial by Steve Massikker
A bit more accurate than __TIME__.
Project tutorial by Mr_Glenn
Make your own mini oscilloscope at home. It’s simple and easy to do!
Project tutorial by PMGOHARIAN
This project is all about making a power inverter using arduino. The Inverter produces 220VAC from 12V battery.
Project tutorial by Team Shailza
Showcasing our spot welder, which is controlled by an Arduino Nano.
Project tutorial by Michael Marinis and PCBWay
Single tap, double tap, triple tap, four-tap, Hold, Single tap and hold.
Inexpensive to build but a very useful tool for every electronics laboratory.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
Analyze the responses of a bandpass Butterworth and Chebyshev1 filter deployed to an Arduino Nano from the Wolfram Language.
Project tutorial by WolframMicrocontrollerKit
An Arduino Nano used as an IO expander on I2C for ESP8266. For example, add 8 digitals IO and 6 analog inputs.
Project tutorial by Joel Soranzo
AKA how to build your own laboratory vortexer without spending a lot of money.
Did your somewhat expensive ($50) soldering iron just die? Well then fix it with another one!
Project tutorial by NoraTheDoggo
A Bluetooth multimeter capable of resistance, voltage, current and continuity measurement. Made with Arduino Nano.
Controlling power to the system using alarms based on voltages!
Project tutorial by T3ch Flicks
I wanted to make an electronics learning kit suitable for ages 12 and above. Nothing fancy like Elenco's kits but It can be done at home.
Project tutorial by Ahmed Mo'nis
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