In this illustration we will going to drive the solenoid with the input voltage of 12v to 24v using TIP120 Transistor. Because Arduino can only support power output of 3.3 and 5v this is not enough to work with the
In this illustration we will going to wire the Line Finder Sensor Module HCARDUXXXX5. This module requires only DIO pin defined as an input) to work. When the sensor detects a dark line it will trigger the signal into HIGH,
Another illustration that very useful building an obstacle bot or a project that used obstacle avoidance. This module allows for sensing of solid objects within a fixed range it is actually an adjustable with on-board potentiometer. This guide is guide
This illustration we will going to wire the TCS230/TCS3200 chip module board this boards is designed to detect the colors, it has an array of photodiode 8×8 matrix. These photodiodes are covered with four type of filters. The TCS230/TCS320 converts
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
In this illustration we will going to wire the ENC28J60 Ethernet Module. This module is another widely used network module for popular microcontroller, the early Arduino network module is accomplished by mean of ENC28J60, although later a new Arduino network
On this illustration we will going to wire the Ethernet Shield W5100, This shield allows an Arduino Board to connect to the internet. This shield is based on W5100 WIZNET Chip, a network stack capable of both TCP and UDP.
In this illustration we will going to wire the Digital Thermal / Temperature Sensor Module with Thermistor in Arduino, this module can be used to sense temperature or heat. It can be used either with or without Arduino, as you
This is the SMD RGB LED Common Cathode Module, These module has 3 separate LEDs the Red, Green and Blue which can be individually driven by applying a voltage to the appropriate module pin this example code is uses the
The wireless TX (Transmitter) RX (Receiver) pair operates at 315 MHz radio frequency, they can easily plug and test into a solder less breadboard and work well with microcontroller to create a simply wireless radio data link. This 315 MHz
The reed switch is an electrical switch which is operated by an applied with a magnetic field. When the magnet close the Reed Switch it will activate as HIGH, The Reed Switch was invented at Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1936.
In these illustration we will going to wire the Hall-Effect Switch in our Arduino board. Hall-effect switch are monolithic integrated circuit with tither magnetic specification, designed to operate continuously over temperature +150 degree Celsius and are more stable with both