Originally developed to test an aircraft actuator, this project uses the Holt Hi3593 ARINC429 driver IC connected to an Arduino Uno shield. Supporting 1 transmitt channel and 2 receive channels, its easy to use.
Arduino software has also been written and tested (attached). Transmitt commands and receive events are sent and received through the USB serial port on the Arduino Uno. Transmit in hexi...
This is the analogue part of the circuite for my Arduino battery charger project.
The software can be found at https://github.com/GarethDaviesLondon/PWM-Charge-Controller-Arduino.
The pin outs refer to an Arduino Nano.
The key to this project was to make the Nano go to sleep when the sun wasn't shining.
A multipurpose LoRa microcontroller board based on the Atmel 328P microcontroller with an RFM95W LoRa module attached. This version also has an onboard solar power LiPo charger for the integrated 18650 LiPo battery.
# **THE RANDOM MACHINE**
Ce projet a été conçu et réalisé par l'équipe de conception électronique et mécanique du collège Jean-Georges REBER se situant à Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines du Val d'Argent. #
Le projet est une boîte fermée pouvant s'ouvrir après y avoir composé une combinaison aléatoire sur ses cinq bits. Le code composé par le joueur est directement affiché par les leds se trouvant au dessu...
PCB muon detector
Schematics designed by Robert Hart:
Thanks to Robert Hart for his fantastic ideas, please check his site for further experiments:
This project uses 3 Geiger tubes to create a muon detector, it also uses a step up boost DC-DC to convert from 5V to 400V for Geiger tubes.
This main PCB has...
This is par of a (RGB) led cube 8x8x8 controler.
It's a catode/anode led controller/driver that if it is ment to be used in RGB LED cude configuration, just stacks on top of each other three times in a tower. It's designed to use M3 spacers, very cheaply available on ebay.
It uses 74hc495, and you can configure on witch side...
This afforable Geiger Counter that works as standalone device and also can connect to other external devices (like RaspberryPi/Arduino or other GPIO devices) to send the "clicks" thru GPIO interface.
The Arduino code for the Geiger counter is available here:
- Pin D2 --> Arduino interruption
- Pin D7 --> Buzzer
- Pin D8 -->...
At the center of every Arduino UNO you’ll find Microchip’s ATmega328p microcontroller.
It’s the brains of the operation, without it, your Arduino wouldn’t be able to do any of the amazing things it’s famous for.
This Arduino Uno shield will give you the oportunity to burn the ATMEGA328P bootloader.
After that, you can use an FT232RL USB/TTL converter to push codes inside the chip.