Arduino Uno Wireless Weather Station

Arduino Uno Wireless Weather Station

“In this Instructable I am going to show you how to build a Wireless Weather Station using ArduinoA Weather station is a device that collects data related to the weather and environment using many different sensors. We can measure many things like: TemperatureHumidityWindBarometric PressureUV index RainMine inspiration to create this weather station is Greg from www.cactus.io Davis anemometer …

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DIY PWM Controller

DIY PWM Controller

“In this instructable, I will show you how to make PWM Controller. I’m using the laminator for the toner transfer method. What things you will need: Copper - clad board (Dual Layer) Ferric Chloride (FeCl3) Acetone (Nail polish remover) Glossy Paper LASER Printer Marker Pen Scissors Plastic container Sand paper Safety gloves Latex gloves Saw - For copper board cutting Laminator …

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Led POV Display With Arduino UNO

Led POV Display With Arduino UNO

“Persistence of vision refers to the optical illusion that occurs when visual perception of an object does not cease for some time after the rays of light proceeding from it have ceased to enter the eye.” - Link

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Ultimate DIY Breadboard Power Supply

Ultimate DIY Breadboard Power Supply

“For prototyping, nothing beats a breadboard! But how to provide power to the little black and red rails that fuel our designs? There are a couple of conventional options:A bench/lab variable power supply. A must-have to be sure, but expensive, big and (arguably) overkill for low power circuit design and general hobbyists.Jumping power from an Arduino. Useful …

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Arduino Nano Multiplication/Division Signs

Arduino Nano Multiplication/Division Signs

“The Arduino Nano Multiplication/Division Signs can be an excellent tool for teaching in the levels of elementary school because its design was thought to show the result of combinations of signs in math operations of multiplication & division.” - Link

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Arduino Controlled Sound Responsive LED Display

Arduino Controlled Sound Responsive LED Display

“The aim of the project was to produce a colourful sound responsive LED display. It serves no purpose other than decorative but does look very nice and can add to the atmosphere in a room where music is playing. It is also a fun electronics project with which to learn more about arduino programming and electronics. It cycles through different …

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Hurry, Doctor!”, an Arduino-Powered Operation-Style Electronic Board Game

“Hurry, Doctor!”, an Arduino-Powered Operation-Style Electronic Board Game

“I picked up an old Operation board game from the thrift store and my three-year old and I performed a few successful surgeries. My residency complete, the next day I visited the Dollar Tree for foil, foamcore and plastic boxes and started tinkering towards a lesson plan to build a bunch of them with my elementary school STEM students……down …

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Halogen floodlight SMT reflow

Halogen floodlight SMT reflow

“This project was waiting on a box fot two years, until I had to solder 100 PCBs. After some research on SMD/SMT reflow oven hacking, I was confident to build my own reflow device with an halogen floodlight. First test was to check the speed of the temperature rise inside a standard halogen floodlight. Reflow soldering temperature curves are …

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Number Game Using 555 Timer and CD4026

Number Game Using 555 Timer and CD4026

“How’s about playing with some random numbers where a player press a button and his lucky number is displayed on screen?? Funny..right? This is possible by using CD4026 IC and 555 timer and a couple of resistors and capacitors and switches. This is very cheap and a good project for beginners. I made this project so that we …

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