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Relay tutorial

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One of the modules that are used to work with high voltages, is the Relay. On the front it has three ports: NO, COM and NC. It works like a regular switch: when triggered, it closes the connection with the NO (Normally Opened) and opens the one with the NC (Normally Closed). For example, if we connect two wires, one on the NO and one on the COM, they’re not connected until we give the .on() command to the relay. If we put them on COM and NC, they are always connected until the .on() command is given.


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Arduino development board now includes GSM capabilities

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SYDNEY-based AALER Engineering is Kickstarting a new Arduino compatible device called MicoLink, capable of making use of cellular network features.

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Raspberry Pi Multi Function Board + OLED Display! EduBoard ©

Raspberry Pi Multi Function Board + OLED Display! EduBoard © | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Amazing, Fun, Educational multi function board for the Raspberry Pi (inc B+) with OLED Display, Tutorials and out of the box functions!
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Brushless Motor Controller Shield for Arduino

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Brushless motors are ubiquitous in RC applications and robotics, but are usually driven with low-cost motor controllers that have to be controlled with RC-style PWM signals and don't allow for much...

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Inspire | BeagleBone Black Tutorials, Resources and Workshops

Inspire | BeagleBone Black Tutorials, Resources and Workshops | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
This project will help you get started building a BeagleBone robot. 
The complexity and cost of a robot design can vary greatly. The objective here is to keep the example design simple and flexible. This project is a basic introduction to robots using a BeagleBone Black and a Relay Plus IO cape.
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raspbAIRy - the RaspberryPi-based Airplay speaker

raspbAIRy - the RaspberryPi-based Airplay speaker | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
With the delivery of my second RaspberryPi I finally got the chance to start this long-planned project: I wanted to replace my old bathroom radio wit...
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How To Make A Raspberry Pi NAS

Adding a storage device your network is called creating a NAS (Network Attached Storage). And basically it is just a minimalistic computer with a boat load of storage attached to it. So using...

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Running PicoScope 6 on the BeagleBone Black » DesignSpark

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Introduction
The ARM processor is ubiquitous, with its instruction set architecture being the most widely used globally by quantity.

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Dude, there’s your car! A GPS tracking device for your ride

Dude, there’s your car! A GPS tracking device for your ride | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
There is no feeling that rivals the hopelessness you possess when returning to where your car was parked and it is nowhere to be found. The crew over at Cooking Hacks has developed their own tracki...
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Google Calendar Door Sign – Newfangled Me

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 Calendar Door SignBY ALEX FOREY SEPTEMBER 28, 2014 COMMENT PERMALINK

So I bought a couple of Spark Cores recently, and they are (from my geeky perspective) the best things ever. Anyone who's been using Arduinos for a while knows that they are a) big and b) expensive. Adding WiFi to that makes it even worse (like £52 worse). Also using the WiFi shield is annoying because most of the time you have to write code that manually sends HTTP headers and stuff like that, which is a waste of time and gets in the way of making cool things.

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How to Get Analog Input on the BeagleBone Black | Linux.com

How to Get Analog Input on the BeagleBone Black | Linux.com | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Use analog input to sense the environment, use potentiometers, joysticks, or resistive touch screens.

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Home Automation with Moto 360, Intel Edison, and wit.ai

This is a demo of one of the features in my home automation system. I can say arbitrary phrases to my Moto 360, which then sends a HTTP POST request (via tasker) to a NodeJS server running...
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Make a Programmable Irrigation Controller with a Raspberry Pi

Make a Programmable Irrigation Controller with a Raspberry Pi | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
With all the day to day challenges that keep us busy, it can be hard to remember to water our plants. With a Raspberry Pi and a few other parts, you can program your own irrigation controller and make sure all your plants get the water they need.
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#6 NinjaHang: Arduino, Netduino, Galileo y el Internet de las Cosas (IoT)

El Internet está en todo lado, millones de dispositivos se conectan a el cada día y tu puedes ser el protagonista desarrollando software y productos que hagan parte de la vida diaria de las...
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Fuzzing on Edison: field report

Fuzzing on Edison: field report | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

When Intel Edison came out in September 2014, it caught my eye not only because of my unhealthy obsession with robotics, but also because it seemed like an interesting platform for security enthusiasts to perform hobby fuzzing work. For those of you not familiar with the term, fuzz testing is a method of examining the security properties of various Internet-facing programs by throwing quasi-random data at them - and seeing if that causes them to misbehave in interesting ways. If you do it fast enough and creatively enough, this brute-force approach can yield remarkable results and help security researchers squash hundreds of serious bugs.

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Build Your Own Stand Alone Web Radio

Build Your Own Stand Alone Web Radio | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
If you’re the type who enjoys passing idle time by keeping up with podcasts or listening to web stations but don’t always want to occupy your laptop or tablet, this Arduino based radio player will ...

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Arduino MIDI sampler - EE47 Final Project - YouTube

Sound clips on SD card named 0.mp3...127.mp3 Arduino reads MIDI signals (only: 0x90 - NOTE ON; and 0xE0 - PITCH BEND) Currently sets MP3 decoder volume to MI...
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Hands On with the Intel Edison

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Yesterday the tech world resounded with the astonishing news that Apple can't run a CMS, rotary encoders were invented just for the Apple Watch, and Intel's Developer Forum was scheduled well in ad...
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Netduino – Getting started – Jason Walters

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Netduino – Getting started – Jason Walters http://t.co/A3XrFpH4bC via @sharethis
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Playing with finger print scanner (FPS) on arduino

Playing with finger print scanner (FPS) on arduino | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it

In this post I will describe experiments I did with a finger print scanner. Finger print scanner can be used in a lot of applications:

  • access control
  • user recognition
  • security
  • etc…

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Meet the Pi-Top, the 3D-printed Raspberry Pi laptop

Meet the Pi-Top, the 3D-printed Raspberry Pi laptop | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Keeping with the spirit of the Raspberry Pi, the laptop kit is one you build yourself.
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Dr.Duino is like a doctor for your Arduino projects

Dr.Duino is like a doctor for your Arduino projects | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
Dr.Duino -- which has officially made its Kickstarter debut -- is a fully-equipped breakout board for testing all features of the Arduino platform. Created by Long Island-based Innovative Electroni...
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Protect Your Outdoor Arduino Sensors

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Outdoor Arduino projects, especially temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure, need access to outdoor environmental conditions, but protection from sunlight and rain.
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TI-99/4A reconstructed with a Raspberry Pi and RetroPie! TI Pi! - YouTube

We took an original TI-99/4A computer (http://bit.ly/TI-99-4A) and turned it into a RaspberryPi-powered emulation machine. Watch our video to see how! Below ...
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Tah Open Source BLE Arduino Board Lets You Control Projects Using Your ... - Geeky gadgets

Tah Open Source BLE Arduino Board Lets You Control Projects Using Your ... - Geeky gadgets | Arduino, Netduino, Rasperry Pi! | Scoop.it
The Tah project is currently over on the Crowd Supply crowd funding website looking to raise $25,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
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