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Read and Write on NFC Tags with an Arduino
Learn to use an Arduino to read NFC tags and write information on them! Near field communication protocols are what electronic devices can use to communicate and transfer data between each other....
October 27, 2015
How to Use Relays to Control High-Voltage Circuits with an Arduino
To control high-voltage or high-power circuits with an Arduino, you have to isolate them from the Arduino with a relay. Here's how!
June 11, 2015
Jennifer A. Diffley
Reading Sensors with an Arduino
The ease with which an Arduino can obtain sensor values is one of the features that makes it so useful.
June 18, 2015
Make Your Own GPS Transmitter with the HC-12 Transceiver
Create a tracking device with an HC-12 transceiver, a GPS module, an Arduino, and Google Maps.
November 10, 2016
Create a Two-Channel Remote Control with the nRF24L01+
This article will give you the building blocks needed to create your own two-channel wireless remote controller.
July 27, 2016
How to Eliminate Ground Loops with Signal Isolation
This project explains how to isolate signals to eliminate ground loops in electronic systems.
January 29, 2016
Use a Keypad with Your Arduino
Keypads allow users to input data while a program is running. This tutorial shows you how to connect a twelve-button keypad to an Arduino and how to use the library Keypad.h....
June 15, 2015
Do-It-Yourself Soldering Station with an ATmega8
The mighty soldering iron. If you need one, want one, or just love to build stuff, then this project is for you.
May 05, 2016
Capturing IMU Data with a BNO055 Absolute Orientation Sensor
The BNO055 is an absolute orientation sensor from Bosch that combines sensor data and a microprocessor to filter and combine the data, giving users their absolute orientation in space....
March 22, 2017
Arduino Motor Shield Tutorial
A tutorial for the Arduino Motor Shield with a simple project. The motor shield has quite a few features such as current measuring and the ability to drive a single stepper motor....
September 23, 2015
Reading and Writing Files from an SD Card with an Arduino
In some Arduino applications, it is advantageous to be able to store and retrieve information locally. You can do this with a Secure Digital, or SD, card. An SD card is a non-volatile memory...
June 23, 2015
How to Build the Brightest LED Saber in the World
The brightest blade in the world. Fluid sound effects generated in real time. Any colour, changeable on the fly. If you want to know what it feels like to hold a Lightsaber, this project is the...
October 18, 2016
How to Build a Wall-Following Robot
This is the final part in a series of articles on building a robot that can follow lines or walls and avoid obstacles!
December 01, 2015
Build Programmable Time-based Switches Using a Real Time Clock
Use DS3231M RTC alarm functions to make programmable, time-based, switches to power devices on and off at precise times.
April 07, 2016
An Arduino-Controlled Light Sensor
Monitoring the output of a light-dependent resistor, or photoresistor, allows the Arduino to know how light or dark it is. When the light falls below a certain level, the Arduino turns on a...
June 01, 2015
NES Controller Interface with an Arduino UNO
Learn about the NES Controller's data protocol, then use this knowledge to easily integrate into an Arduino Uno.
April 29, 2016
ESP Alarm: Make an IoT, Wi-Fi Enabled Alarm Clock with an ESP8266
Learn how to make your own Wi-Fi-enabled "ESP Alarm".
July 21, 2017
How to Build a Simple Arduino-Based Calculator
Learn how to use an Arduino in combination with an LCD display and a keypad to make a calculator.
June 13, 2016
Make a Web Server with ESP8266
In this project, we first examine how to install an ESP8266 add-on on Arduino IDE and then we make a configurable web server with an ESP8266 and show the simplicity of this process....
July 05, 2017
Mohammad Amin Karami
Create a Motion-Sensing Alarm with an Arduino and IR Sensors
Infrared (IR) sensors are normally used to measure distances, but they can also be used to detect objects. By connecting a couple of IR sensors to an Arduino, you can make an intruder alarm....
June 02, 2015
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