Project showcase by Konstantin Dorohov
If you can't find a voltmeter at home or anywhere else, then this hack is for you!
Project showcase by Team Next Tech Lab
A single Arduino Uno/Mega can carry up to 14 RS-232 boards. Each board is distinguished by ID, which is set via a DIP switch.
Project showcase by phpoc_man
An Arduino UNO Flash and RAM update with the ATmega2560 as DIL 28 variant.
Project showcase by T.F. Mc Temucin
6-channel digital sampling oscilloscope with built-in frequency counter, maximum sampling rate 47kHz.
Project showcase by Veldekiaan
This is a mostly printed 3D Printer very suitable for a hobbyist. It's an easy and cheap way to get into 3D printing.
Project showcase by John Weers
Step by step approach is followed so that any hobbyist or design engineer can have a better understanding of the basic concepts.
Project showcase by Team Shailza
Easy way to control variables with one rotary encoder and OLED display.
Project showcase by yilmazyurdakul
A DAC is a circuit that allows you to translate numeric values into analog signals.
Project showcase by Arduino_Scuola
Everyone needs a good scale in kitchen, what better than to build a high precision scale with the UNO?
Project showcase by Fedeasche
Serial Communication between ESP2866-12 (NODE-MCU) and Arduino to increase the number of analog pins as my primary work.
Project showcase by Pawan Kumar
Why are even the modern day cars are not equipped with biometric entry system? Here is an attempt on a Toyota C-HR.
Project showcase by Rajeev Velikkal
This project can add two 3-digit binary numbers to turn into a 4-digit binary number. Math homework solved!
Project showcase by 22warehamD
Develop a strong magnetic stirrer for the price of an entry level magnetic stirrer.
Project showcase by jdale18
This project aims to provide insight into the workings of a digital oscilloscope. This project is designed to be an education tool.
Project showcase by wayri
project takes a simple RFID Reader and adds an LCD display to it.
Project showcase by Techinc1510
In this project, you can measure typically up to 48V. It is recommended to use Arduino digital voltmeter as “0-48V DVM”.
Project showcase by KumarB
Easily include oscilloscope and frequency counter diagnostics into your own project.
See how much battery you have left!
Project showcase by Arduino_Genuino
Measure the unknown resistor with a simple configuration!
Project showcase by lucian_vdo
Best in class Arduino Yun controller.
Project showcase by Team TATCO Inc
A Boeing automated honeycomb repair system.
Project showcase by prodjallen
A homemade semi-automatic antenna tuner for HF controlled by an Arduino Nano.
Project showcase by ok1fig
An open-source Arduino based toolkit to learn, build & debug electronics and robotics projects.
Project showcase by evive
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