Category: Tutorials

RF Link Transmitter and Receiver – 433MHz

In this two tutorial we will Transmit data from an Arduino to another Arduino using the RF 433Mhz Module Wiring Instructions To wire your RF link Transmitter to your Arduino, connect the following pins: Connect the VCC pin to 5

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Wireless distance measuring with ultrasonic

In this Arduino tutorial you will learn how to make a wireless communication between two Arduino boards using the NRF24L01. Also you can measure distance with ultrasonic sensor and transmit it to another Arduino with transceiver module. Wiring Instructions To

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NeoPixel Stick

Wiring Instructions To wire your ΝeoPixel Stick  to your Arduino, connect the following pins: Connect the VCC pin to 5 Volts (5V) Connect the GND pin to ground (GND) Connect the GND pin to ground (GND) Connect the DIN pin

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Quadruple 8×8 led matrix with MAX7219

   In this tutorial you will learn how to use the Quadruple 8×8 led matrix with MAX7219. With this code a scrolling text will appear containing various characters. Wiring Instructions To wire your LED matrix to your Arduino, connect the following

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Bluetooth module AT-09

With this tutorial you can send data from your android phone to AT-09 (via the Serial Bluetooth Terminal app)and read it from the Arduino IDE  serial monitor .As a bonus if you send “0” the led on Arduino will turn off

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RF 433 Module 4 Channels

 With this tutorial you will learn how to use the RF 433 Module 4 Channels with Arduino Uno and 4 led’s. The Arduino takes a serial command from serial monitor and depending on the command it toggles the RF module

Use Temp Sensor TMP36 with Arduino

temperature sensor tmp36 arduino

In this tutorial you will learn how to use the TMP36 sensor with Arduino uno. The room temperature will be printed to serial monitor. The TMP36 is a low voltage, precision centigrade temperature sensor. It provides a voltage output that

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7-Segment 4-Digit multiplexing with 4511

Required Hardware Arduino Uno Breadboard Jumper Cables 7-Segment 4-Digit Common Cathode 4511 Resistors 390ohm Resistors 1Kohm Resistor 150Kohm Transistors NPN BC337 This is a tutorial on multiplexing four seven-segment (Common Cathode LED displays from an Arduino using a single 4511

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Fixed Power Tutorial

Required Hardware L7805 Voltage Regulator 2x 100uF Electrolytic Capacitors DC Barrel Jack Adapter Add the 7805 power regulator and the lines to power the board. The regulator is a TO-220 package where the Input from the external power supply goes

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Build an Arduino in a breadboard

Required Hardware 1x ATmega328 with Bootlaoder 1x Breadboard 830 Jumper Cables for Breadboard 1x Crystal 16M 2x Ceramic Capacitor 22pF 1x Ceramic Capacitor 100nF (Reset) 1x Resistor 10Kohm (Reset) 1x Push Button (Reset)   This tutorial explains how to migrate

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How to read Keypad with Arduino and I2C

Required Hardware Keypad 3×4 Matrix PCF8574A Breadboard 830 Jumper Cables M/M Resistors 220Ohm With this library and LCDI2C4Bit you can use one keypad and one lcd (and a lot more devices! like eeproms, etc.) using only two analog pins on

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How to control LCD Display with ATtiny85

Required Hardware ATtiny85 LCD Display with I2C Connection This is a useful example for controlling a LCD Display with ATtiny85. To connect them you need a LCD Display with I2C interface connection. Wiring Instructions To wire your Lcd I2C Display

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IR Remote Example

Required Hardware IR Receiver Diode IR Remote Control Arduino Uno Some Jumper Cables Breadboard 830 USB Cable A-B   Infrared (IR) is a cheap and (as you’ll soon discover) easy way to add wireless control to your project. Wiring To wire

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2.4″ TFT Touch Screen

Required Hardware Arduino Board LCD Screen 2.4″ TFT LCD TFT Shield for Arduino  

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Program an ATtiny85 with Arduino

Required Hardware Arduino Board ATtiny85 Breadboard Jumper Cables This tutorial show you how to program an ATtiny45 or ATtiny85 microcontroller using the Arduino software and hardware. The ATtiny45 and ATtiny85 are small (8-leg), cheap ($2-3) microcontrollers that are convenient for

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