In this illustration we will going to wire the microphone module, relay and the Arduino board. These project is compatible on most common microcontroller, the main objective of this project to make a sound activated switch or a clap switch.
The NEO6 Module is a standalone GPS receiver in high performance UBOX 6 positioning engine. These flexible and cost effective receivers offer numerous connectivity option in small size 16×12.2 x 2.4mm package chip. Their compact architecture and power and memory
In this illustration we will going to wire the CAN BUS (Controller Area Network Bus) Shield with Arduino, if you don’t have any background how CAN (Controller Area Network Bus) works please refer this this link. As you can see
In this illustration we will going to wire the MCP2515 CAN BUS Breakout Module, MCP2515 is a standalone controller area network or CAN manufactured by Microchip semiconductor, that implements the CAN specification version 2.0B it is capable of transmitting and
In this illustration we are going to wire the SIM900A an ultra-compact and reliable wireless module. The SIM900A is a complete Dual-Band GSM/GPRS module in a SMT type device. These SIM900A delivers GSM/GPRS 900/1800MHz performance for voice, SMS, data, and
In this guide we will going to configure the TFT Touch Screen LCD Module in Arduino UNO, supported also working on Arduino 2560 MEGA MCU Board, These 2.4 inch TFT Touch Screen Module shield with Micro SD slot is specially
In this illustration we will going to wire the ESP8266 12E nodeMCU with Ultrasonic Raging Sensor HCSR04. As you can see the illustration below the sensor trigger pin is connected to D1 which is pin 5 in Arduino Board, and
I this illustration we will going to install and configure the newly Micro Mini Pro Microcontroller Board. This board can run as Leonardo bard or using boot load SF32U4 boards. Below are the steps how to install and configure using
In this illustration we will going to wire the Moisture Sensor. These sensor can be used as a soil moisture to detect water level on the soil, if the soil moisture is depleted it will send a signal to HIGH.
In this procedure we will going to integrate the ESP8266 Scripting to Arduino IDE for easy coding and provide more power full and easier to use. if you don’t have an idea how the ESP8266 works kindly visit this link,
In this guide we will going to run the LUA script automatically after flashing the ESP8266. When the ESP8266 boots. It runs the init.lua file, it will create a file called init.lua which runs the file with the instructions, also
In this illustration we will going to flash the ESP8266 version 1 same or the NodeMCU or ESP8266 12, and 13, most ESP8266 board will do support on this tool just kindly follow the address bellow. As we going to