Wiring 2N7000 AN10441 as Logic Level Converter for i2C Protocol Devices

Other micro-controller uses 5v as standard input voltage, many latest device modules, popular sensors, GPS, RF modules, Flash Memories, SPI storage, Display, use 3 to 3.3v  most of this devices requires logic level conversion to protect them from high voltage

Wiring Flex Sensor with Multiple Servos on Microcontroller

This is the Flexible Sensor/ Flex Sensor. This sensor works on resistance across the sensor when the sensor bend the resistance of the sensor increase the same characteristics on potentiometer / variable resistors. This sensor works on 5v it read

Wiring Multiple Sliding Potentiometer on Microcontroller

This is the sliding Potentiometer that provides intuitive benefits in to control and adjusting a resistance. For example controlling UP and DOWN, FORWARD and REVERSE, LEFT and RIGHT sometimes using Rotary Potentiometer is confusing.  Slider potentiometer has a logarithmic taper

14CORE Obstacle Avoidance Bot with HC-SR04, L293D Shield, SERVO & Arduino Microcontroller

This is the 14core design Obstacle Avoidance BOT with L293D Shield and HC-SR04 and Servo, which is capable of avoiding obstacles using an Ultrasonic Ranging Sensor. The HC-SR04 is economical sensor provides 2cm to 400cm of non-contact measurement functionality with

14CORE Light Tracking/Finder BOT on L298N / L293D with Microcontroller

ÞThis is the 14CORE Design light finder robot which is capable of detecting, finding and following light source path. This robot uses LDR (Photodiodes) to detect light from the surroundings and follow where the light source. As you can see

Wiring MOSFET module board on Higher Loads with Motor

In this illustration we will going to wire the IRF520 MOSFET (Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field-effect Transistor) Module Board a simple breakout board for driving higher loads. MOSFET enables you to control higher voltage projects on microcontroller. MOSFET is also kind

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