This project uses a micro SD card to store a text file and print it out to a 16x2 liquid crystal display.
Project tutorial by millerman4487
Purpose of this project is to write a code to control coin acceptor with Arduino so it can be used in other projects
Project tutorial by mdraber
Writing only Arduino code, it is easy to set up control over experiments and display results on the VirtualPanel Windows application.
This code performs FFT with good accuracy.
Project tutorial by abhilash_patel
Improved version of the soldering iron controller for Hakko 907 iron.
To simplify building the controller, LCD screen is implemented.
Project tutorial by Alexander
A cheap $10 UPDI programmer for Mircochip's new avrTiny processors.
Project tutorial by John Bradnam
Drop-in replacement for Arduino's serial monitor with variable watches.
by Mladen Ilic
Sketch of transistor tester project so it's much simpler to study, modify, verify and upload to an Arduino
Project showcase by SmartTronics
Another simple to build useful instrument in you lab.
Project tutorial by Mirko Pavleski
This device serves for accurate measurement of small resistances in the range of 0.1 ohm up to 50 ohms.
Android app of frequency counter using Arduino.
Project tutorial by moty
In this tutorial I am looking at using millis function in the code. Describing the advantages it has over using delay function.
Program 6 ATtiny85/13A at the same time with this custom programmer board.
Project tutorial by Arnov Sharma
Inexpensive, precision, autorange capacitance meter with a large range.
I was looking for ways to teach students the basics of PLC and found the OpenPLC project. Opensource, free and uses the IEC 61131 standard.
Need fast cheap laser rangefinder for your Arduino project? You can use a laser tape measure for this!
Project tutorial by iliasam
Inexpensive to build but a very useful tool for every electronics laboratory.
Track display for a Commodore 1541 floppy drive (retro hardware).
Project showcase by Oe7Twj
Standalone PC software to use your Arduino as an oscilloscope, supports up to eight channels, at rates up to 100 kHz.
Simple to build and useful instrument for your lab.
Controlling power to the system using alarms based on voltages!
Project tutorial by T3ch Flicks
"how to hook NRF24 Modules with an Arduino Correctly without killing the module"
Make your own mini oscilloscope at home. It’s simple and easy to do!
Project tutorial by CiferTech
A guide how to control 7 segment display with Shift register as well as daisy chain them to create multi digit displays
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