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What is Ultrasonic Sensor


What is Ultrasonic Sensor | Why is Ultra Sonic Sensor required to Measure the Distance? Ultrasonic sensors use in various places. It is an electronic device that measures the distance of a target object by emitting ultrasonic sound waves and converting the reflected sound into an electrical signal. In this video, you will understand the working, application or interfacing of ultrasonic HC-SR04.  Will You get answers to the following questions?  What is an Ultrasonic sensor? Basic [...]

What is Ultrasonic Sensor2022-10-02T05:55:36+00:00

Wired Protocols


Table of contents What is Communication? Types of Communication One-way and Two-Way Communication Analog and Digital Communication Baseband and Modulated Signal Wired Type Communication Coaxial  Introduction  Coaxial cable advantages and disadvantages Ethernet  Introduction  History Ethernet advantages and disadvantages Optical Fiber Introduction Types of Optical Fiber Advantages and Disadvantages What is Communication? Think about communication in your daily life. When you make a phone call, send a text message, or like a post on Facebook, what [...]

Wired Protocols2022-10-02T12:55:48+00:00

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 [...]

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. [...]

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 [...]

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



Arduino is an electronic platform that is combination of hardware and software. It is an open source software and software company, a community of projects and users that designs and manufactures single-board microcontrollers and microcontroller kits for building digital devices and interactive objects that are physically and numerically appropriate to control. Its products are licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) or the GNU General Public License (GPL), so any Arduino can manufacture [...]


Measurement of Fan Speed with IR Sensor and Arduino


Introduction In this project, we developed a digital tachometer that uses an Arduino infrared sensor to measure the rotational fan speed in rpm. The infrared sensor module was simply connected to the Arduino and the 16 * 2 LCD module for the display. The infrared sensor module consists of a transmitter and a single-pair infrared receiver that can be operated with a digital tachometer. Then, learn how to measure the fan speed using the IR [...]

Measurement of Fan Speed with IR Sensor and Arduino2019-02-14T15:28:32+00:00

Voice Based Home Automation with NodeMCU & Alexa using fauxmoESP


Introduction This publication deals with voice automation with NodeMCU and Alexa with fakeMEPM. This IOT project manual is based on the large open source library and the examples developed by Xosé Perez (Tinkerman). FauxmoESP is a library for ESP8266 devices that emulates a Belkin WeMo device that allows you to control it using this protocol, especially from devices powered by Alexa such as Amazon Echo or Dot. Alexa and Echo Dot What is Alexa? Alexa [...]

Voice Based Home Automation with NodeMCU & Alexa using fauxmoESP2019-02-11T23:20:13+00:00

IoT Based Patient Health Monitoring System using ESP8266 & Arduino


Patient Health Monitoring System using ESP8266 & Arduino With many new health technology companies, IoT is rapidly revolutionizing the healthcare industry. In this project, we developed an IoT-based patient health monitoring system with ESP8266 and Arduino. The IoT platform used in this project is ThingSpeak. ThingSpeak is an open source Internet application (IoT application) and an API for storing and retrieving data using HTTP over the Internet or a local area network. This IoT device [...]

IoT Based Patient Health Monitoring System using ESP8266 & Arduino2018-12-26T12:44:12+00:00

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