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NewSoftSerial | Arduiniana A New Software Serial Library for Arduino News: NewSoftSerial is in the core! Starting with Arduino 1.0 (December, 2011), NewSoftSerial has replaced the old SoftwareSerial library as the officially supported software serial library. This means that if you have 1.0 or later, you should not download this library. NewSoftSerial | Arduiniana
Using Arduino, Firmata and processing together | BitRot Using Arduino, Firmata and processing together | BitRot Even with the power of a real Atmel328 microcontroller running at 16MHz, the 32Kb of space is not enough for larger projects. It would be great if we can harness the power of our PC to do the complex processing while the Arduino can be the platform for the sensors and motor controls. In this configuration, you can do much more, the only draw back is you do need to keep your PC tethered, by USB or wifi. For some applications this is fine and preferred. In those cases, Firmata is one solution you can use to make this very simple. Firmata is a generic protocol for communicating with microcontrollers from software on a host computer.
We have just release the 1st revision of our low power library for Arduino. This is a simple and easy to use library that has the following features: Supports all sleeping mode of ATmega328P: Idle.ADC reduction mode.Power save.Power down.Standby.Extended standby.Selectable sleep duration: 15 ms, 30 ms, 60 ms, 120 ms, 250 ms, 500 ms, 1 s, 2 s, 4 s, 8 s, and forever (wake up using other resources) through on chip 125 kHz Watchdog timer. Using sleeping forever duration, the Watchdog timer module is not in use and will further reduce the current consumption by approximately 4 µA.Option to shutdown Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) module to further reduce current consumption.Option to disable Brownout Detector (BOD) module to further reduce current consumption by approximately 17 µA. BOD module cannot be disabled through software in idle and ADC noise reduction mode. Lightweight Low Power Arduino Library | Rocket Scream Lightweight Low Power Arduino Library | Rocket Scream
Submitted by dunk on March 23, 2010 - 6:30am. Who should use this document? This document will be of use to anyone who cannot (or will not) use Atmel's excellent and free AVR Studio. This will be mostly relevant to people using Linux, BSD or Apple Mac operating systems.It will also be useful background reading for anyone using AVR Studio who want's to know what is going on in the background or anyone setting up a different IDE. Compiling with WebbotLib without using AVR Studio. | Member Robot Tutorials Compiling with WebbotLib without using AVR Studio. | Member Robot Tutorials - arduino-new-ping - NewPing Library v1.5 - Fast ultrasonic Arduino library for the HC-SR04, SRF05, SRF06, DYP-ME007 & Parallax PING))) ultrasonic distance sensors
Arduino Libraries Dallas One Wire Temperature Sensor Library I have written a library for use with the Arduino that supports a group of Dallas Semiconductor DS18S20 temperature sensors. This library allows the Arduino to search for all of the temperature sensors attached to the One-Wire bus, and then to obtain temperature readings (in Celsius or Fahrenheit) as floating-point numbers from each or any of the sensors. The library creates a subclass of the OneWire class, which requires the use of the OneWire library, which can be obtained here. The library contains the following functions: Arduino Libraries
fakufaku/TokyoTime TokyoTime An arduino based alarm-clock. But much more than that. It has a Two-Wire interface, serial interface, RTC, temperature sensor and a buzzer. These features make it ideal for all projects where temperature and time are critical like: fakufaku/TokyoTime
A collection of contributed libraries. You can add your own libraries here. The standard library page is located here. Navigation playground - LibraryList playground - LibraryList
sirleech/Webduino sirleech/Webduino Webduino This is an Arduino-based Web Server library, originally developed for a class at NYC Resistor.
arduino-tvout - A composite video output library for AVR/Arduino arduino-tvout - A composite video output library for AVR/Arduino The goal of this project is to create a simple interupt driven library for generating composite video on a single AVR chip. Currently the output is NTSC or PAL at a resolution of 128x96 by default. The library currently works on ATmega168,328,1280,2560,644p,1284p,AT90USB1286 and more can be added by editing one file. Beta1 for version 1.0 is out!!!
felis (Oleg Mazurov)
SdFat is an Arduino library that supports FAT16 and FAT32 file systems on standard and high capacity SD cards. SdFat only supports short 8.3 file names. SdFat supports file creation, deletion, read, write, and truncation. SdFat supports access to subdirectories, creation, and deletion of subdirectories. sdfatlib - A FAT16/FAT32 Arduino library for SD/SDHC cards sdfatlib - A FAT16/FAT32 Arduino library for SD/SDHC cards
Note: Microbridge is provided as-is. I do not have the time to provide personal support. Please do not contact me with questions unless you are absolutely certain that a) you know what you are doing and b) your problem is related to Microbridge directly. Thank you for your understanding. MicroBridge is an Android Debug Bridge (ADB) implementation for microcontrollers. MicroBridge allows stock, unrooted Android devices to talk directly to USB host enabled MCUs, thereby enabling phones to actuate servos, drive DC motors, talk to I2C and SPI devices, read ADCs, and so forth. microbridge - Android Debug Bridge (ADB) implementation for microcontrollers.
WebbotLib C Library for Atmel AVR Processors WebbotLib is a C library for robot builders supporting the following microcontrollers: ATMega168, ATMega32, ATMega328P, ATMega640, ATMega644, ATMega1280, ATMega2560 and ATMega2561. The library supports a wide variety of different motor controllers, sensors and other devices. This allows you to concentrate on writing your own software without having to worry about the low level routines required to communicate with the attached devices. When ever possible we have standardised the devices.