Lifehacker Australia Turn An Arduino Into An Apple II, Because You Can Lifehacker Australia It's a particularly impressive little bit of hackery, considering that, as Make points out, it's running a self-built Apple II emulator on an Arduino Uno,...
Previously I have blogged about using relays with an Arduino, and SainSmart relays specifically. A while back I received a 4 relay, and a 8 relay board, and both of them used negative logic, i.e. a LOW activated them, and a HIGH deactivated them.
One of the least expensive and simplest ways to measure temperature is with a LM35. This is another component found in our SainSmart kit. This transistor looking device has 3 pins, 5v, Signal out, and Gnd.
If you have even a passing interest in technology you can't help but be excited about the Internet of Things - small computers like the Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone Black are evolving into even smaller, ever more powerful computing devices, while...
The Raspberry Pi is a small, cheap single-board computer designed with tinkering in mind: there are connectors that let you add a range of existing accessories, or which you can use to design your own.
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