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Practical Arduino: Online Thermometer

Practical Arduino: Online Thermometer

ATtiny85 Bargraph Voltmeter  This article describes a simple bargraph display driven by an ATtiny85. It measures the voltage on an analogue input, and displays it by lighting up from 0 to 10 bars on the display. It could be used as a battery level indicator, or as the display for a sensor such as a thermometer:

Bargraph Voltmeter This article describes a simple bargraph display driven by an It measures the voltage on an analogue input, and displays it by lighting up from 0 to 10 bars on the display. It could be used as a battery level indicat

5 simulateur Arduino

List of Top 5 Online Arduino Simulator software, If you want to try things before you actually purchased your components try these.

How to make a proximity sensor and how you can implement it to activate special effects

Use a DIY Proximity Sensor to Automate Your Haunted House

Use a DIY Proximity Sensor to Automate Your Haunted House > I can see practical applications for this. If you like to make things, then homemade proximity sensors may help keep your family safe.

AVR LCD Thermometer Using ADC and PWM Project | ermicroblog

AVR LCD Thermometer Using ADC and PWM Project | ermicroblog

Never forget to water your plants again with this WiFi plant watering system.

WiFi Plant Watering ESP8266

First off, please vote for me! Anyways.So I was always forgetting to water…

Garduino Geek Gardening

Garduino: Geek Gardening with Arduino

This Arduino waters plants only when they’re thirsty, turns on lights based on how much natural sunlight is received, and alerts if the temperature drops.

The Arduino Environmental DAQ tracks air temperature, relative humidity and light in aquaponic and hydroponic grow beds.

Arduino Aquaponics: EnvDAQ with Water Temperature Sensor

Looking for a weekend project? Try building an Arduino-powered LED clock with step-by-step instructions.

Build Your Own Arduino-Powered LED Clock

Looking for a weekend project? Try building an Arduino-powered LED clock with step-by-step instructions. (I thought it was an arc reactor)

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