Arduino Nano Every

The Nano Every is Arduino’s 5V compatible board in the smallest available form factor: 45x18mm! The Arduino Nano is the preferred board for many projects requiring a small and easy to use microcontroller board. The small footprint and low price, make the Nano Every particularly suited for wearable inventions, low cost robotics, electronic musical instruments, and general use to control smaller parts of a larger projects. The Arduino Nano Every is an evolution of the traditional Arduino Nano board, but features a lot more powerful processor, the ATMega4809. This will allow you to make larger programs than with the Arduino Uno (it has 50% more program memory), and with a lot more variables (the RAM is 200% bigger).

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Project  SMD-flipper

SMD-flipper

“Two stepper motors and an Arduino to turn around an SMD part. For my manual pick and place machine, it would be handy to have a tool that flips SMD parts that are upside down in the storage box. The …

Digi Crib: A Digital Cribbage Board

“When the pandemic started, I decided that I needed to ensure that I kept myself occupied during lock down, so I mentioned to my parents that I was thinking about restarting my childhood hobby of electronics. As soon as I …

Room Occupancy Counter

“A device that keeps track of how many people enter and exit a room, and alerts them if there are too many people. With the Coronavirus pandemic still very much a problem, practicing social distancing and staying away from others …

Portable Fine Particle Measurement

“The objective of this project is to measure air quality by measuring the quantity of fine particles. Thanks to its portability, it will be possible to carry out measurements at home or on the move. Air quality and fine particles …

Logging 2 Electricity Smart Meters Using Arduino Nano Every

“This project describes how to log electricity consumption of 2 different consumer circuits by reading the corresponding 2 smart meters (“eHz”=”elektronische Haushaltszähler”) simultaneously to an SD card. It all started wanting to get a better understanding of electricity consumption …