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Buzzer

A buzzer or beeper is an audio signalling device, which may be mechanical, electromechanical, or piezoelectric (piezo for short). Typical uses of buzzers and beepers include alarm devices, timers, and confirmation of user input such as a mouse click or keystroke.

Armadino - an Arduino Gameboy, Clock, Electronic Lab, TVout Console and More…

“Some years ago, I came across Mignon and Meggy Jr RGB, and was intrigued enough to want to make something similar, but with a wider screen, more possibilities for experiment and play, and with few parts. I called it Armadino …

IOT Based Smart Security Surveillance Robot

“PROJECT ABSTRACT : Now we as humans have always been intrigued by non living stuff moving around. Starting with throwing stones around we have now come at a point where we make those planes around the sky. On their own too …

Race Lights Reaction Timer

“This project is a small game you can play with another player. You can time your reaction speed and compete with your friend. The game is inspired by the start lights of a formula 1 race. Earlier Iterations: The images …

Ultimate Mosquito Swatter Mod for Gamer: Add Kill Counter, Sound, Rechargeable Battery.

“Where I live, from spring to autumn we have to compete for territory against tiger mosquito. Local stores offer a impressive list of anti mosquito devices, candles, including sophisticated traps sold a few hundred euros, I even found one sold …

Water Leakage Detection System

“System that monitors a tap with the goal to detect wheter there is a leak of water and in case of leak notify it through an acoustic signal. Introduction Nowadays, the problem of wasting water is a very big problem …

Antipong Console

“In this instructable we’ll be making a small game console that plays an inverted version of pong. In this version of pong you’ll be dodging the balls instead of “ping-ponging” them over to another player, see how long …

PWM Cooling-FAN Control and Over Temperature Protection using LM35 and ATTiny13

“Proper thermal dissipation is an essential rule for nowadays electronics. The best operating temperature for the electronic components is 25 degrees (standard room temperature). Thermal dissipation in some commercial devices is not done properly which affects the lifetime and performance …

DIY dosimeter for the youngest engineers

“The purpose of the article is to create the most detailed assembly instructions how to make your first do-it-yourself radiation detector Introduction to DIY dosimeter I bet that you have ever thought about buying a personal dosimeter to measure the …

AI-driven IoT 3D Printer Motion & Status Tracker W/ Telegram

“Track lateral and vertical movements of a 3D printer via AprilTags. Then, get informed of malfunctions related to motion via Telegram. Supplies 1 x Raspberry Pi Pico 1 x WIZnet Ethernet HAT 1 x DFRobot HuskyLens AI Camera 1 x …

Attiny High Voltage Fuse Reset-er

“I’ve started playing around with the Attiny series of chips but want a way to recover them in case of bad fuse settings The last few projects I’ve started using Attiny chips where an Atmega would be overkill …