garagedrone @ dronegarageblog.wordpress.com build a 5.8GHz spectrum analyzer using Arduino nano and BOSCAM rx5808 receiver module which is very popular on FPV RX (receiver) builder scene: At the price of 9 dollars the BOSCAM rx5808 receiver module is very popular in the FPV RX (receiver) builder scene. By default it supports only 8 channels with dip switch. But byRead More
Coding is not only for engineers. Artists, inventors, hobbyists, illustrators can all use a combination of software and dedicated hardware for fabricating their artworks, as proof of concepts, prototyping product ideas, etc and etc. Arduino is a simple yet powerful prototyping tool that fulfills vast amounts of project purposes like the above, ranging from lighting illustration, home automation, sensor networks, wearable electronics, to industrial control and robotics. What you can achieve with Arduino is only limited by your imagination. We aim to provide Arduino workshops from the very basic level such as orientation to software and hardware building blocks, to higher-level, more complicated purpose-specific projects. The classes are also interleaved with basic electronic concepts, software engineering, computer architecture as well as problem solving techniques.https://www.arduino.cc/
Instructables user Whitney Potter has posted a guide for building a budget 3D scanner. The device uses an Arduino-controlled stepper motor to rotate an object and trigger the IR sensor of a Nikon DSLR at specific intervals.
Temperature control is often considered one of the top five steps towards brewing better beer. (http://beerandwinejournal.com/10-better-1/) There are numerous methods for keeping fermenting wort at the optimum temperatures from wrapping a carboy in a blanket to keep it warm in the winter to a wet towel to keep the carboy cool in the summer.One of the challenges a fellow brewer and I encountered was how to keep two different sized carboys warm during the winter. Most fermentation temperature controllers available through the local homebrew shops have only a single temperature probe and one electric switch.But what about multiple fermenters with different temperature requirements? It can get expensive with single probe fermentation controller for every carboy. This is where micro controllers like the Arduino, can provide extensibility to manage temperature control on multiple fermenters and grow to include a variety of other functions such as remote monitoring while still keeping cost ...
This is the completed Stepper Motor control board for my automated swing gate on the layout. The smaller blue/purple board is an Arduino Pro Mini, which does the control logic. The larger red board is a stepper motor driver board that does the drive power. The underlying board provides interconnect between the two and to the screw terminals.The little red board is a USB interface board that allows me to program and work with the Arduino. Once everything is set up, that board will be unplugged.
You have an Arduino board, an OLED display, 2 resistors and 9 jumpers but you don't know what to make, well I am going to show you how to combine all these things into a Voltmeter*. With it you will be able to measure Voltage from 0 to 30V.----------------------------"A voltmeter is an instrument used for measuring electrical potential difference between two points in an electric circuit." - Wikipedia
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Z-Wave Europe has announced that “Z-Way”, a smart home software developed by Z-Wave.Me, will be extended with many practical applications. Z-Way for home automation is already frequently used on Raspberry Pi computers.
This is the completed Stepper Motor control board for my automated swing gate on the layout. The smaller blue/purple board is an Arduino Pro Mini, which does the control logic. The larger red board is a stepper motor driver board that does the drive power. The underlying board provides interconnect between the two and to the screw terminals.
openhab[EDIT] I created a forum to collaborate on gateway code. http://homeautomation.proboards.com/board/2/openha...A few years ago, I became a dog owner for the first time. I didn't like leaving Cody in the kennel alone all day. I had a webcam on him, but I couldn't watch it all day long. What if he was in some kind of distress? What if there was a emergency at the house, like a fire? I wanted some way of getting an immediate email notification when he barks, or when something bad happens. So reading lead to tinkering, and tinkering eventually lead to making this full blown home automation system based on open source hardware (Arduino) and open source software (openhab). I know I know, yet another "Arduino Home Automation" project, right? But I promise I'm not going to turn on a light from a smart phone. I'm more focused on extensive networked sensors, timely alerts, ...
Have you bought a DFRobot LCD Keypad Shield for Arduino and thought it would be cool if the reset button wasn't a reset button, but could be used by your Arduino code just like the other buttons? Here's an easy mod that makes that possible with only minor changes to the board hardware.(NOTE: I've only tried this mod on V1.0 of the LCD Keypad Shield, but see no reason why it shouldn't work on the V1.1 board.)What you need:Soldering IronNeedle nose pliers10K resistorHeat shrink tubing a suitable gauge and length to cover the resistor.
The ESP8266 ESP-01 is a Wi-Fi module that allows microcontrollers access to a Wi-Fi network. This module is a self-contained SOC (System On a Chip) that doesn’t necessarily need a microcontroller to manipulate inputs and outputs as you would normally do with an Arduino, for example, because the ESP-01 acts as a small computer. Depending on the version of the ESP8266, it is possible to have up to 9 GPIOs (General Purpose Input Output). Thus, we can give a microcontroller internet access like the Wi-Fi shield does to the Arduino, or we can simply program the ESP8266 to not only have access to a Wi-Fi network, but to act as a microcontroller as well. This makes the ESP8266 very versatile, and it can save you some money and space in your projects. In this tutorial we are going to show you how to set up the ESP-01 Wi-Fi module, configure ...
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