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Basics of Arduino

Table of Contents Basics of Arduino Introduction to Arduino Basic Electronics Arduino Development Environment Arduino Programming  Arduino Examples The following: PC (Windows, Mac, Linux)  Arduino UNO (~200 NOK)  or a Starter Kit (~800 NOK)   Software (free)  What do you need? To get started you need following:  Electrical components (wires, resistors, etc.), Equipment, Resistors, Temperature sensor Switch, Arduino, Potentiometer, Light sensor Breadboard, USB cable, Multimeter, Thermistor, LEDs. Connect your Arduino to your PC Electrical Circuit Electrical Circuit with a Switch Short Circuit Power Supply We must never connect positive and negative side to a power source without having an electrical component in [...]

Basics of Arduino2022-08-27T10:09:07+00:00

LED control Using Ultrasonic sensor

WHY ULTRASONIC SENSOR USED?              To find the distance of a object   Identify the range of RADAR   Detect the object in the sea   Find the level of water TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 1. Power Supply − +5V DC 2. Quiescent Current − <2mA 3. Working Current − 15mA 4. Effectual Angle − <15° 5. Ranging Distance − 2cm – 400 cm/1″ – 13ft 6. Resolution − 0.3 cm 7. Measuring Angle − 30 degree COMPONENTS REQUIRED Following components are required − 1. 1 × Breadboard 2. 1 × Arduino Uno R3 3. 1 × ULTRASONIC [...]

LED control Using Ultrasonic sensor2022-08-27T04:57:14+00:00

Syllabus for IIOT

IIOT Firstly we have to learn about the basics components of iot after that we go through for experiments. Basic Hardware in IOT Basic Electronics Components of IOT LED, Resistors, Capacitors, Transistors, Relay, Switch, Buzzer, Potentiometer How to glow LED without program LED by switch Fundamentals of microcontroller Architecture of Microcontroller, Analog & Digital Signals Basic gates, Timers, Counters, flipflops, Registers Ram's and Rom's(PROMS, EPROMS, EEPROMS) Multiplexers, De-Multiplexers, Encoders, Decoders Controller use in IOT History of Arduino UNO and Mega Hardware Description Software Description Installing Board Packages Basic Arduino Programs Hardware Communication Protocols (SPI, I2C, UART,USRT, GPIO) Sensors & Acthuator Interfacing [...]

Syllabus for IIOT2022-08-23T17:28:06+00:00

LED Light Dimmer

LED Light Dimmer Author – Arpita Kashyap Introduction LED is a light emitting diode or a semiconductor device that emits visible light when an electric current is passes through it. LED bulb is an assembly of components packaged to fit into a common light socket. In most of the cases, light emitting from semiconductor device is monochromatic that means occurring at a single wavelength. LED can be used in flashing indicators, led dimmers, traffic signals, led bulbs, and so on. They have longer life time, low energy power consumption, small in size, faster switching. Dimmers are the devices used to increase or decrease the [...]

LED Light Dimmer2022-09-10T11:21:28+00:00

8051 Based DTMF Control AC Appliances

8051 Based DTMF Control AC Appliances DTMF  dual tone is multiple frequency tone which is generated by  phone when the key is pressed. This tone can be used at various applications to control the hardware. DTMF based home appliances is the one of the application of them. When the two phones are connected for the call at that time when the keys is pressed then DTMF tone is also generated. So in this method we can control it from the anywhere in the world. Block Diagram of DTMF Control AC Appliances Page Contents [hide]p; 1 Block Diagram of DTMF Control AC Appliances 1.1 DTMF [...]

8051 Based DTMF Control AC Appliances2022-09-10T11:12:35+00:00

Machine Gun

Machine Gun Author – Arpita Kashyap Introduction A machine gun is a fully automatic mounted or a portable firearm to fire bullets in quick succession from magazine, typically at a rate of 300 to 1800 rounds per minutes. Here the main aim of project to produce the sound just similar to machine gun. When there is triggering it will produce sound just in a way like machine gun. Block diagram of Machine Gun When power supply is switched on. PNP Transistor will start work, and power supply will reach to pin no 8 or pin 4 of 555 Timer IC through transistor. [...]

Machine Gun2022-09-10T11:25:24+00:00

Music Box

Music Box Author – Arpita Kashyap Introduction It is which a device produces automatic sounds by the use of set of pins placed on a revolving cylinder or disc. In other words, we can say that it is a box which plays a tune when the box is open. Block Diagram of Music Box   When the power supply is switched on, supply reaches to pin number 4 and 8 of 555 Timer IC 1. Here IC1 (U1) is in astable mode. Then at pin number 3 of IC1, pin number 14 of Decade counter 4017 is connected. Pin number 14 of Decade [...]

Music Box2022-09-10T11:25:54+00:00

Career Guidance in Education

Career Guidance in Education Career guidance is way to decide the goals of your career by choosing the correct education field. Our site help us like a counselor for you to decide your better career option. Our motto is to provide basic knowledge of all courses so you can choose right way of your future. Various types education fields Engineering & Technology (B.E/B.Tech, Diploma Engg.) Doctor (Medical) Finance & Management (CA, CS,B.Com,BBA,BBM,HM) Information Technology (BCA/Networking) Abroad Study for Under Graduation Interesting Field of Education Career after Graduation Civil Service Various Competition Exam Banking Exam Abroad Study after Graduation Law and Managment Further Study Options after Graduation [...]

Career Guidance in Education2022-09-10T11:17:15+00:00

8051 LED Interfacing with Delay

8051 LED Interfacing with Delay In this tutorial we learn about how the 8051 LED interfacing with delay generation is done . Time delay generation in 8051 architecture is done by the two methods. Using a simple loop logic Using internal timer register Programming Example 1 Page Contents [hide] 1 Programming Example 1 1.1 Algorithm: 1.2 Program 2 Programming Example 2. 2.1 Algorithm: 2.2 Program 3 Programming Example 3. 3.1 Algorithm: 3.2 Program 3.2.1 Share this: 3.2.2 Like this: 3.2.3 Related 1.  Write an embedded C program to continuous flashing the LED connected to port 2. Algorithm: Include the preprocessor directive <reg51.h> Make a delay function with void type and an integer type argument ‘a’. Declare variable ‘i’ [...]

8051 LED Interfacing with Delay2022-09-10T11:13:07+00:00
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