Delay statements are great and all, especially for their simplicity, but they can really put a damper on things when trying to multitask your Arduino. Forget delay and hop on the millis() train!
October 11, 2017 by Ryan Jones
In this project, we're making a weighing scale using a C8051 microcontroller development kit, a load cell, and the Simplicity Studio IDE. The measured weight will be displayed on an LCD screen.
October 10, 2017 by Nick Davis
With all these invisible radio frequencies flying through the air, we should know a little bit about what exactly they are!
September 08, 2017 by Ryan Jones
Learn how to make a tachometer and speedometer using a C8051 microcontroller, an optoelectronic sensor, and a spinning disc.
September 06, 2017 by Nick Davis
In this article we’ll take a close look at two sections of the custom-designed control board for the C-BISCUIT demo bot.
September 21, 2016 by Robert Keim
No I2C interface with that sensor? No problem. Program a PIC chip as an I2C slave device for custom sensor and I/O interfacing. Here, we use three DHT22 sensors on a single I2C interface.
March 03, 2016 by Raymond Genovese
Learn how to put together your own toaster oven controller with a handful of inexpensive, through-hole parts. The emphasis is on safety, low price, and minimal modification of the toaster oven.
November 09, 2015 by Patrick Lloyd
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