Electronics

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Getting Started With the OV7670 Camera for Arduino

One of the most exciting projects with an Arduino is giving the project its own eyes, so to speak. Adding a camera to an Arduino…

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Burning Bootloader into Nano CH340

The bootloader is the program burned into an Arduino board and runs the moment the Arduino is powered on or when the reset button is…

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LSM9DS0 As Impact Sensor

A recent project of ours involved using a sensor to detect when a small remote-controlled car hits an obstacle. What better sensor to use than…

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SIM800C with Arduino UNO R3

Here, we take a look at the SIM800C GSM-GPRS-BT Shield by ROHS. We’ll connect the SIM800C module to an Arduino UNO R3 and run a…

How to Use a Multimeter
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How to Use a Multimeter

Knowing how to use a multimeter is one of the non-negotiables in starting electronics. In this tutorial, you will learn how to measure voltage, current…

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Basic Electronics: Capacitors

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…

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Basic Electronics: Resistors

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…

Posted in Concept Tutorials Electronics

Basic Electronics: Current, Voltage, and Resistance

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…

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A Complete Guide to Increasing Your Device Battery Life

Circuit design always starts with a question of how to make things work. Engineers grab the nearest development boards, more often than not an Arduino,…

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Taking Off The Training Wheels: ARM

Learn how to use ARM microcontrollers!

feat. STM32 Blue Pill