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Picture of Fingers Crossed !! Testing It All Together

Picture of Fingers Crossed !! Testing It All Together

Very Simple Arduino Electric Lock: 6 Steps

This is a instructable for a very simple Arduino controlled electric lock. The key idea here is to be very simple as this was more of a proof of concept prototype.

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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

Arduino is a great tool to control and sense thing, this is why most of people use it, but there is a big catch. Arduino can only handle really small currents. (No more than 40mA). This is ok for some electronic projects, but how do we control big things like a fridge, lights, the coffeemaker, TVs or Computers. This is how:P.D. From this instuctables you will learn how to control everything in your home that uses below 10A at 125V AC. You don't need to use an arduino. You can use any…

Arduino is a great tool to control and sense thing, this is why most of people use it, but there is a big catch. Arduino can only handle really small currents. (No more than This is ok for some electronic projects, but how do we control big things

From my point of view one of the best ways to get started in electronics is to build your own laboratory power supply. In this instructable I have tried to collect all the necessary steps so that anyone can construct his own.All the parts of the assembly are directly orderable in digikey, ebay, amazon or aliexpress except the meter circuit. I made a custom meter circuit shield for Arduino able to measure up to 36V - 4A, with a resolution of 10mV - 1mA that can be used for other projects…

From my point of view one of the best ways to get started in electronics is to build your own laboratory power supply. In this instructable I have tried to collect.