Ever wonder how an .ino file from the Arduino IDE finds its way to an Arduino microcontroller’s flash memory? Lend me a few minutes and we’ll learn them together. Overview The reason why Arduino programming[…]
Quite often, we want to place our sensors at locations where we have no access to a power outlet. The obvious solution is to add some solar panels and batteries to your project to make it run 24h / 7 days a week without the need to recharge it.
For the final part of the wired communication protocols series, we are going to discuss SPI, also known as Serial Peripheral Interface.
So far we’ve talked about wireless technologies and UART communications. In this tutorial, we will talk about Inter-Integrated Circuits or I2C. I2C I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuits) is a serial communication protocol that connects multiple slaves to[…]
In this new series of articles, we are going to explore wired communication protocols. It will consist of 3 parts, starting with this one for UART. Introduction Wired communication protocols are essential to Arduino. In[…]
Welcome to the third part of the basic electronics series! This time we are going to discuss everything you need to know about capacitors, a highly underrated electric component, but is essential in Arduino craft.[…]
Resistors are an omnipresent component on every electronic circuit. Today, we get to learn more about them, their different types, applications, and proper usage. What is a Resistor? A resistor is an electronic component with[…]
Not everyone in the Arduino craft is knowledgeable in basic electronics. In fact, the majority of Arduino makers are of programming backgrounds. That is why today, we are going to have a little introduction to[…]
Circuitrocks has a bunch of wireless technologies available for Arduino wireless communications. Here is a short guide on how to choose the correct one for your projects. Communicating with Arduino Wired communication is essential with[…]
Make your robots move using DC motors. In this article, we’ll take a look at DC motor fundamentals and how you control them using the L298N DC motor driver module.