Wiring the Mercury Cup Module with Arduino

In this illustration we will going to wire the Light Cup module, actually the light cup is device the when you move the mercury tilt switch the light will become dimming light, it uses Pulse with modulation (PWM) dimming principle. The mercury switch will provide a digital singal that triggers ...
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Wiring the Infrared Emission Sensor Module on Arduino

In this illustration we will going to wire the Infrared Transmitter. The infrared transmitter are now common in our house, offices, even in our cars and other places, etc., It is based on wireless sensing, but also can be more a remote control. Infrared emission control also known as infrared ...
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Wiring the Infrared Receiver for Universal Remote Control

In this illustration we will going to wire the NEC IR 38K Infrared Remote Control, The NEC IR 38K is an universal infrared control, encoding format mainly for cars, home appliances, lighting design equipment, digital photo frame, and other device that used Infrared remote control, this IR is based on ...
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Wiring the Mercury Type Tilt Sensor

In this Illustration we will going to wire the mercury switch module is a family of the tilt switching sensor, and it has an on-board LED as indicator as power status it can be used to build a simple circuit to produce tilt warning. The mercury tilt sensor interface has ...
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Wiring the Analog Temperature Sensor

In this illustration we will going to wire the analog base temperature sensor module, this module is based on thermistor, a NTC Thermistor with a Multi-point temperature measurement to -55 Degree Celsius up to +125 Degree Celsius and has accuracy of +/-0.5 Degree Celsius. When resistance increase with ambient the ...
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Wiring the Vibration Sensor Switch Module on Arduino

In this illustration we will going to wire the vibration switch module, this module is default OFF when external vibration force or a movement speed from the sensor, a conductive pin will switch ON change the electrical property of the sensor, when the external force disappears the electrical property will ...
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Wiring the LCD 16×2 Keypad Shield on Arduino

In this illustration we will going to wire the 16X2 LCD Keypad Shield build for Arduino UNO, MEGA, Leonardo, this board has 4 bit Arduino LCD Library. The keypad shield has select left, up, down and right push button apart from the reset button, the screen contrast adjustment is done ...
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Write your own code library on Arduino

One of the most popular library used largely in Arduino is wire.h library its actually easy to use. The wire library is created on Object-Oriented C ++ class library, most Arduino user they are not familiar with the implementation details library. Arduinos Library is usually stored in the \arduino-1.6.X\ libraries ...
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Wiring & Data Reading with SD Card Module

In this illustration we will going to wire the Arduino SD Card Module along with Arduino UNO and MEGA 2560 microcontroller board. We will going to transfer a data from standard SD card to our PC vise-versa. As you can see the illustration below the pin-out is directly connected to ...
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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 of a switch that isolate the power from the main ...
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Wiring Thermistor Based Temperature Sensor with or without Arduino

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 can see the schematics below there is an Optional Relay ...
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Wiring 3 Color RGB SMD Common Cathode LED

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 Arduino analogWrite(PWM) function to cycle through the full possible output ...
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