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Arduino

 Arduino is an open-source computer hardware and software organization, development and consumer online community that design and produces microcontroller-based kits for setting up electronic gadgets and entertaining accessories configured to detect and regulate things in the natural world. The undertaking is founded on microcontroller board layouts, bought from plenty of distributors, applying assorted microcontrollers. These types of devices render collections of electronic and analog I/O pins which are often interfaced to a number of extension boards ("shields") as well as other circuits. The boards consist of serial connectivity interfaces, such as USB on few versions, for installing applications from PCs. For encoding the microcontrollers, the Arduino development delivers an incorporated production ecosystem (IDE) determined by the Working endeavor, which incorporates assistance for the C and C++ encoding languages. The very first Arduino was launched in 2005, hoping to present an affordable and hassle-free opportunity for rookies and seasoned players to establish equipment that communicate with their surroundings by means of sensors and switchers. Widespread instances of these kinds of equipment aimed at newbie hobbyists feature basic robots, thermostats, and motion detectors. Arduino boards can be purchased commercially in preassembled variation, or like build-it-yourself packages. The hardware layout prerequisites are explicitly on the market, making it possible for the Arduino boards to be produced by just about anyone. Adafruit Sectors anticipated in mid-2011 that over 300,000 authorized Arduinos were being commercially released, and in 2013 that seven hundred,000 approved boards were in users' fingertips.


Make Arduino on Breadboard


Make Arduino on Breadboard
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Arduino LCD KeyPad Shield (SKU: DFR0009) Datasheet

Arduino LCD KeyPad Shield (SKU: DFR0009) Datasheet
The write up explains the pinout and working details of the LCD module "Arduino LCD KeyPad Shield (SKU: DFR0009)" which is specifically manufactured for offering a quick plug-in compatibility for all Arduino based applications which may require displaying a particular parameter in digits, such as temperature, speed, time, weight et...









Raspberry Pi Explained

Raspberry Pi Explained
In this article we are going to learn about Raspberry Pi single board computer, their specifications, how to use them in a project, we are also going to do a small comparison between Arduino and Raspberry Pi, so that we can choose which of them are best for your project...






21 comments:

  1. Hello sir.. Its me again..
    Actually I'm really stuck.. I m having trouble interfacing arduino with RF 434 plzz help me out.. I m trying.. But it blinks even when transmitter is off.. I also want to know.. That is it possible to to receive many transmitters all with different I'd...please help me out.. Sir..

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    1. Hello Ujjwal, the 434 could be a Tx or Rx module which will require a decoder or encoder...please explain elaborately what your Arduino is configured to do??

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    2. Hello Ujjwal..!!!
      Can you send me the circuit diagram of both transmitter and emitter circuits.

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  2. Sir..
    I want to send some data say a 6digit code from transmitter to reciver using arduino... First of all is it possible...secondly can I transmit many dataf from many transmitter to one receiver..

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    1. yes it is possible, tell me the 6 digit code details I'll try to help

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    2. Yeah sure sir...
      I m trying to send a code say 12345 which should be recived by Rx and once the code is reciver.. I will give output as input code is transmitted.. If 12345 is given output will be the information under the file 12345 which will be stored in any memory..

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    3. can you interpret the above code in terms of pulse input...that will help me to understand the feed instruction better...

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    4. Actually I just want to send a value say 12345 just a data.. So that once I have received it I will compare it... But mainly I just want that.. If I'm sending a value it should be recived as I have transmitted... Apart from this I am having flickering while transmitter I off and receiver is off while arduinos are on.

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    5. you mean to say in the following format?:
      0011000000111001??

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  3. Yeah sure.. I will be satisfied with this output... But it should beas same as i/p

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    1. it is possible to configure a sequential circuit to send the above mentioned data but you must an agent on the receiving side which would be able to store the data, otherwise just sending the data won't help! the Tx and Rx circuits can be only configured to transmit and receive the data, it won't store anything

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  4. Well sir.. It will be everything fir me if it receives these values...

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    1. the number 0011000000111001 has 16 digits so perhaps you will need a 16 channel transmitter/receiver and then switch/transmit the above figures in sequence. at the receiver output side the "1" outputs must be latched through an external circuit arrangement, so that finally the receiver output provides a above digits and keeps it intact .........until it's reset back to the original 0000000000000000 state

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  5. But sir I only have a 4 channel type... I just want to send simple. Values like 1100010100010 receiving end... Do we have any code to do so..

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    1. OK, actually it can be done using a 2-channel Tx/Rx....but you need to have some kind of storing device at the output Rx side, probably by using IC 74LS164

      If possible I'll try to post it as a new article,

      but please explain what is actual purpose of this design that you would be implementing for??

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  6. I have got the output... Still I want to know something very technical... Once I have put the code in arduino and I will remove atmega chip.. So now I m placing that chip on bread board with nessary components and not using the usb part... Will it still transmit the code...??

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  7. Hi Sir!

    Have you code for sine pulse width modulation for full bridge inverter using arduino.?

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    1. Hi Adrees, no, I have not yet included a full bridge Arduino inverter in this website, but will try to do it soon.....

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  8. Sir plz upload a project on single counter using 7 segment by using a switch with arduino
    When we press a switch the digit on 7 segment should be increased by one...

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    1. It is already present in many of the online sites, you can find it easily with a Google search...

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