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 1023 at 9v it read on 0. As you can ...
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Wiring the VL53L0X ToF Accurate Laser Ranging / Distance Measuring Sensor on Microcontroller

This is the VL53LOX breakout module a type of ToF (Time-of-Flight) laser ranging sensor in smallest package capable of delivering accurate distance measurements whatever the object reflectance compared to conventional measuring sensor, the VL53LOX can measure a distance up to 2 meter. This sensor has integrated SPAD (Single Photon Avalanche ...
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14CORE Mini Sumo Robot with Multi-senors on Arduino Microcontroller

This is the 14CORE Mini sumobot driven by Arduino Microcontroller. this bot is programmed automatically find its opponents and automatically push the opponent out of the black circle, however this robots are equipped with sensors programmed to search and look to his opponent & avoid leaving the arena, ones placed ...
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Wiring MOC78XX, H206, GP1A57HRJ00F Opto-interrupter for Motor Speed, Direction, Detection Control

This is the photo interrupter also known as photogate, photodiode, or phototransistor. Phototransistors are specially designed transistors with the base region exposed these transistors are light sensitive, especially when an infrared source of light is being used. Phototransistors it has two leads a collector and emitter. When the light is ...
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14CORE BOT on ESP8266 L298N/L293D Wifi Web Base Controller

This is a wireless remote controlled robot using ESP8266 with L298N or L293D H-Bridge Motor Controller along with your Arduino Microcontroller, This bot is also tested in ESP8266 7, 12, 12E with or without Microcontroller. As you can see the illustration below it is demonstrated using ESP8266 Version 1 then ...
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Wiring the ITG3200 / ADXL345 / HMC5883L 9DOF RAZOR IMU AHRH UART SPI i2C Communication

This is the 9DOF (Degrees Of Freedom) IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) module that has 3 integrated sensor in one module board the ITG-3200 (Triple Axis Digital Output Gyroscope), ADXL345 (13bit Resolution ±16g Triple Axis Accelerometer), HMC5883L (Triple Axis, Digital Magnetometer) that provide you’re a 9 degrees of inertial measurement. The ...
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Wiring the PCF8591 Digital to Analog Conversion with Microcontroller

This is the PCF8591 a single chip single supply, low power 8bit CMOS data acquisition device with four analog inputs. 1 analog output and i2c Serial communication bus interface that allows the connection to be connected in series integrated bus for a maximum of 127 units. The PCF8591 has three ...
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Wiring the ADS1115 Analog to Digital Converter with Thermistor on Microcontroller

The ADS1115 is a device that converts Analog to Digital (ADC) driven by i2C Protocol, ADS1115 is a precision analog to digital converter with 16bits of resolution in an ultra-small leadless (QFN) and on a MSPO-10 package. The ADS1115 are designed with precision, power and easy to implement. These device ...
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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 from the center position the further you move from center ...
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Wiring the APDS 9930 Ambient Light Sense / APDS 9960 RGB Gesture Sensor with Microcontroller

This is the touch-less gestures sensor a HMI (Human Machine Interface) by swiping your hand over the sensor, which controls a computer, microcontroller, robots or home, automotive, industrial gesture switching or ambient light and color measuring and proximity detections. The Avago / Broadcom APDS 9930 / 9960 RGB and Gesture ...
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