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PC817

PC817 is a 4 Pin optocoupler, consists of an Infrared Emitting Diode (IRED) & photo transistor, which enables it optically connected but electrically insulated. PC817 is also known as an optocoupler / optoisolator. It consists of Infrared Emitting Diode (IRED). This IRED is coupled to a photo transistor optically and not electrically. It is closed in a four (4) pin package. This package is usually available in two different forms. The first one is wide lead (Pb) spacing option and the second one is SMT gullwing lead form option.

3D Printed Timelapse/3D Scanning Turntable

“An affordable Arduino Turntable designed for Time lapse photography. Changing the gearing and code it can also be used for Photogrammetry/3D scanning or Video. The turntable operates on the move shoot move principle in the Timelapse and Photogrammetry modes …

Smart Water Meter

“This Smart Water Meter has an inductive proximity sensor connected to an ESP32 is programmed in ARDUINO and uses the BLYNK IoT platform. Story While energy prices are increasing every day, the prices of water are (still) moderate compared to …

DC Motor Controller using Relay and MOSFET – Arduino Interface

“The project presented here is a low-cost solution to control high power brushed DC motor speed and direction. Traditional DC motor controllers are based on solid-state circuitry known as H-Bridge. Here we have made an H-bridge configuration using high current …

Silent Running With This Dual Fan Controller

“Add a quiet fan cooling system to existing equipment with this configurable controller. I prefer a quiet and calm environment. It’s why I prefer listening to the more mellow broadcasts from BBC Radio 4 or Classic FM. It’s …

ESP01 Project Using Blynk IFTTT & Google Assistant

“Make an ESP01 Project using Blynk IFTTT to control a 2-channel relay module with the Google Assistant. (Circuit + Source Code) In this IoT project, I have shown how to make an ESP01 Project using Blynk IFTTT to control a 2-channel …

Speedlight trigger - NEW

“Device is a photo flash trigger that responds to sound, beam interruption, it works as a timer and controller for (drop) valves control. I have been doing photography of all kinds for many years and I like to experiment. 10 …

LoRa Project With ESP8266 Arduino Control Relay

“In this Lora project, I have shown how to make the LoRa Arduino ESP8266 control relay using the RYLR896 LoRa module with real-time feedback. Required component for this Transmitter circuit: - REYAX RYLR896 Lora Module - Arduino Nano - 220-ohm Resistor - 4.7k …

Tasmota NodeMCU Alexa Smart Home System 2021 Without Coding

“How to make IoT-based Smart Home Automation with Tasmota Amazon Alexa & ESP8266 NodeMCU to control 4 relays from switches & Alexa app. I have shown how to make IoT-based Smart Home Automation Using Tasmota Amazon Alexa & ESP8266 NodeMCU to control 4 …

MQTT ESP8266 Home Automation Project 2021

“How to make MQTT ESP8266 NodeMCU Home Automation project to control relays from the switch and smartphone (Circuit + Code) through internet. In this IoT project, I have shown how to make an MQTT ESP8266 Home Automation project to control a …

12V Uninterruptible Power Supply

“A simple and fully automatic, 12V uninterruptible power supply system for small/medium power appliances. Motivation This is a simple and fully automatic, 12V uninterruptible power supply system for small/medium power appliances. This power supply specifically designs to drive …