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Arduino Based Cellular Sensor Sentinel

Arduino Based Cellular Sensor Sentinel | amplificadores | Scoop.it
Expanding the capabilities of your Arduino is easily done by adding a shield. Plugging directly into an Arduino and typically including custom libraries for easy coding, sheilds provide a quick way to expand a project.

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Arduino - ArduinoBoardTre

Arduino - ArduinoBoardTre | amplificadores | Scoop.it

Arduino TRE, the first Arduino board manufactured in the U.S.

Thanks to the 1-GHz Sitara AM335x processor, Arduino developers get up to 100 times more performance with the Sitara-processor-based TRE than they do on the Arduino Leonardo or Uno. This performance opens the doors to more advanced Linux-powered applications. 


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New Project: Controlling a lock with an Arudino and Bluetooth LE

New Project: Controlling a lock with an Arudino and Bluetooth LE | amplificadores | Scoop.it
This project allows you to open a solenoid lock from a PhoneGap app using the Bluetooth Serial Plugin and the new Adafruit Bluetooth LE break-out board for the Nordic Semiconductor nRF8001 chip.Read more on MAKE...

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New Project: DIY Arduino Bluetooth Programming Shield

New Project: DIY Arduino Bluetooth Programming Shield | amplificadores | Scoop.it
Upload sketches to your Arduino wirelessly with a DIY Arduino Bluetooth Programming Shield.Read more on MAKE

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Tutorial: How to design a transistor circuit that controls low-power devices

I describe how to design a simple transistor circuit that will allow microcontrollers or other small signal sources to control low-power actuators such as so...
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