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Tutorial 5 for Arduino: Motors and Transistors | JeremyBlum.com Tutorial 5 for Arduino: Motors and Transistors | JeremyBlum.com This tutorial was featured on the official Arduino blog on 3/9/2011 This week, we’ll finally be using the Arduino to control some motors! First up, we’ll control a standard DC motor running off a 9V battery with the help of an NPN transistor and a PWM (Pulse Width Modulated) signal from the Arduino. Next, it’s onto 180 degree servo motors, which we will power on an independent 5V rail using a voltage regulator.
Quadrotors are the new Segways: a mesmerizing, somewhat magical, self-stabilizing platform that every tech person wants to have. You can't ride a quadrotor (well, maybe you can), but they do fly, and you can build one yourself from scratch! I helped with a previous quadrotor build (Instructable here), and after flying it I decided I wanted to make my own. I had an idea to make a miniature one comprising a single printed circuit board that is both its structural frame and its electronics motherboard. The end result was "4pcb", a 138-gram micro quadrotor. I designed it in EAGLE, soldered it, and tested it over the course of a few months. PCB Quadrotor (Brushless) PCB Quadrotor (Brushless)
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Using Relays with Arduino – Turning on the Lights

Using Relays with Arduino – Turning on the Lights

Warning!!! This project deals with AC electricity which is dangerous if you don’t know how to treat it safely. You must treat electricity with caution. There are many books and websites about electrical safety procedures and if you’re not sure how to be safe you should read that information. The most basic advice I can give is always assume any exposed wires are live and touching them will hurt a lot at best and kill at worst.
Soil Moisture Sensor Probes Soil Moisture Sensor Probes VH400 Soil Moisture Sensor Probes Soil Moisture Sensor Probe Applications Irrigation and sprinkler systems. Moisture monitoring of bulk foods.
Los Altos-based start-up Electric Imp is looking to make putting the "things" into the Internet of Things both cheaper and simpler with Imp - a Wi-Fi equipped card designed to connect appliances to the internet so that users can remotely monitor and control them. A similar concept to the Twine system we saw back in 2011, Imp is geared towards simple installation and works with a range of appliances. The biggest novelty here is that the card combines the power of Wi-Fi with cloud computing provided by Electric Imp, so manufacturers don’t need to create specific management software. Users can link up with other users and services online as well as monitoring the device connected with the Imp through a web-browser or smartphone. Electric Imp promises a simpler cheaper path to the Internet of Things Electric Imp promises a simpler cheaper path to the Internet of Things
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How to Build a Robot Tutorial - Society of Robots What are microcontrollers? They are what their name suggests. Today they can be found in almost any complex electronic device - from portable music devices to washing machines to your car. They are programmable, cheap, small, can handle abuse, require almost zero power, and there are so many variaties to suit every need. This is what makes them so useful for robotics - they are like tiny affordable computers that you can put right onto your robot. How to Build a Robot Tutorial - Society of Robots
To achieve Internet Controlled Electronics , in the other words , the main functions of Arduino NetServer are : Web Server handles the communication between your PC and Internet User. Serial Port will be the interface between your Arduino (electronics) Project and PC. This is how you control / monitor electronics from internet. With this simple homemade Web Server function , the user does not need to install any other heavy software for Web Server. The tutorial of how to make your own Web Server can be found here. Arduino NetServer Arduino NetServer
IXACP - Internet Controlled Vehicle IXACP - Internet Controlled Vehicle IXACP stands for "Internet XBee Arduino Controlled Project". This project contains Arduino NetServer - Web Server for Internet Control , XBee - Wireless Remote Control the Vehicle , Arduino - Handle communication , Inputs and Outputs. Please also visit XRobot17 https://sites.google.com/site/xrobot17/ if you are interested in C/C++ windows programming , PC Game programming , Physics Simulation , and Computer Controlled Electronics(RC Car). Internet Controlled Vehicle uses Arduino NetServer to achieve online monitor / control.
Project – Arduino + Servo + iPhone
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Arduino MAKE brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. MAKE is loaded with exciting projects that help you make the most of your technology at home and away from home. This is a magazine that celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your own will. MAKE brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. Arduino
Arduino is a simple microcontroller board and open source development environment that allows you to make computers that drive both functional and creative projects alike. A popular platform for DIY projects, an Arduino microcontroller is the foundation of literally thousands of projects created by Makers worldwide! Check out our selection of Arduino microcontrollers and Arduino compatible products.

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Simple Bots What is a bot? Is it an abbreviation for robot? Perhaps. You could say that. I, on the other hand, like to think of a bot as an abbreviated robot.
[Javier] must have an awesome academic adviser. For his master’s thesis, he turned a building into a Rubik’s cube. Somewhere on the campus of the University for Artistic and Industrial Design in Linz, Austria, there’s a building with a whole bunch of colored, programmable lights on the facade. [Javier] thought this would make for an excellent Rubik’s cube, and set to work convincing his thesis advisers this idea was possible, and building the hardware and software. Since only two sides of the building are visible at any one time, [Javier] needed to build a controller for this project. The solution was to build a normal Rubik’s cube and stuff a microcontroller and a FreeIMU in the center. arduino, electronics, robotics, hacking) - #42
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