This is a basic firework launch controller based around an arduino nano/ micro. It can also be used to controll any dc appliance in a timed sequence, up to 24A/10A. The boards are designed with osome costumizability, as it is'nt a completeed project (there will more then likely be a v3.0) and has a lot of unused pins on ics and connectors.
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**How to choose the right Arduino board should be a headache problem for many green hands.**
As we know the Arduino development board is a big family. There are dozens of different development boards listed on the official website of Arduino.
Especially the Arduino official team decided to use a Creative Commons (CC) license to keep the idea of openness alive. Under the CC license, anyone is all...
Original project I found [here](https://www.hackster.io/sfrwmaker/soldering-iron-controller-for-hakko-907-v-2-fc75d7). Thank the Alexander. I tweaked it for my box. All the steps with in this [blog](http://bit.ly/2ZMqTdI)
Board with Arduino Nano, 2 A4988 and 1 double output relay.
Screw terminals 5.08 for connection: in 12v, out 5v, LCD out, 2 stepper motor, 2x NO NC C Relay, 5 out with resistor for buttons, 1 out free.
**Motherboard for LittleBOT.**
LittleBot is a small robot equipped with a control card with an Arduino Nano. The chassis is made of aluminum and is moved by two small motor-driven motors made entirely of metal that move a pair of tracks.
The robot has some sensors that allow it to detect some parameters including brightness and temperature. A front-mounted sensor powered by a servomotor allows t...
This project is an open source Arduino Nano robotics project. It uses an L293D as a motor controller, and has inputs and outputs for an external 7-12V battery pack, as well as output pins for the motors.
There are two porto-pin areas available as separate 4x2 headers for use with extra sensors, radio antennas etc.
Smoothing capacitors can be added to both the power supply-input as well as...