Un Escudo para Arduino UNO para el juego de memorizar colores "SIMON"
Made by using his blueprints and modified to my needs:
thank you Saulius Bandzevicius!
Ačiū Sauliau Bandzevičiau!
This is a ethernet relqay board with 2 relay, 2 inputs for 240 AC detector, 2 LEDs and 2 switch you can program many options; that consist:
Atmega 328p CPU
ENC28j60 red or blue board
CP2102 white board to program the CPU or similar
AVR STK500 or similar to copy the reiquared firmware to bootload:
Control several FAN(3 pin) via PWM
PWM from motherboard connector (4 pin) or temperature sensor - jumper selection.
-with capacitor: RPM range 50-100%, RPM sensor working;
-without capacitor: RPM range 10-100%, RPM sensor not working.
An Arduino development board with a small OLED screen, a joystick, buttons, buzzer, and alligator clip connectors for other devices. This was inspired by the Adafruit circuit playground: https://www.adafruit.com/product/3000
Visit https://johanv.xyz/ArduinOLED/ for more info.
THIS WORKS AS A REGULAR ARDUINO. ALL U NEED TO DO IS SOLDER THE COMPONENTS AND UPLOAD THE CODE USING AN (FT232RL USB TO TTL CONVERTER) MODULE. IF U DONT HAVE IT THEN SEE COPY THIS LINK AND SEE IN GOOGLE,
Arduino MEGA 2560 Rev3 shield build template
Template is drawn on Document layer for easier copy-pasting into existing layout designs. Enable this layer to see the drawing.
The template contains the following:
- Arduino PCB outline
- Location of high components (electrolytic capacitors, USB and power connectors)
- All header connectors
- All mounting holes
**!!! WARNING !!!**
Original source from : [https://easyeda.com/berger.xavier/solarsaver](https://easyeda.com/berger.xavier/solarsaver)
**Open Solar Energy Diverter**
This project have the aim to divert not comsumed electricity produced by photovoltaic panel to water heater to keep energy produced in the area of usage.
This project is base on idea from [http://energie-autrement.blogspot.com/p/plans-eolienne.html]...
RS232 to TTL adapter using MAX233 chip. Includes DTR support so that COM1 on PC can be used to program Arduino from IDE. Optional +- 10V output pins. The TTL output pin layout is similar to the popular FTDI USB TTL serial adapter apart from no CTS support. An external 5V source is required to power this circuit.