This tutorial will illustrate the working of an RFID reader.
by Aritro Mukherjee
This project uses a PIR sensor to turn a fan ON/oFF and an LM35 sensor to control the speed of the fan with PWM.
A system to automatically compensate water loss in aquariums due to evaporation.
by Atlas Scientific
This doorbell can operate without touch the switch.
by Akshay Joseph
It feels awesome when you have the power to control things remotely.
by Shubham Shinganapure
The trashcan in our office isn't smart. No smarter than a 1 year old baby which can shout and cry to make its needs heard anyway.
by Bolt IoT Developers U.P. Region
An instrument board to control six relays on a sea vessel.
Human habits are usually different between weekdays and weekend. Therefore, smart devices should be able to switch their task based on this.
Manage the time a device remains activated (lights on) when no presence is detected.
This project is an automatic milk feeder for when it's finally born.
by amar axr
This project is a prototype of a smart home.
A security system method that detects vibrations and sends an alert message.
This is a tutorial for making an RFID badge scanner with LCD. This could be used for home security or any project with ID badges.
by Josh From BreakoutBros.com
Want a low cost solution to wirelessly control your next project? You can use an IR Receiver and an old remote you have lying around.
by RobotGeek Projects Team
Based on Arduino, open your gate only to verified individuals.
Why use a relay module when plain relays are cheaper? We will show you how to control your lights with an Arduino.
RPMA backhaul for Arduino Yun + Temp / Humidity sensor
by Max Gibbons
RPMA Backhaul + Arduino Yun – Part 3 of 3
2nd portion of RPMA + Arduino Yun (2 of 3)
Working with RFID is so much fun, you can do alot with these tags like controlling relay, turing lights on off, access control, door lock.
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