Arduino digital outputs

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Arduino digital outputs
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  6. May, 2014

Arduino digital outputs

Everything you need to know about the digital outputs What are the digital outputs? The digital outputs as its name suggests are "OUTPUTS" that can be programmed to have two States HIGH (with 5v) or LOW (low or 0V). I.e., on or off, if any newbie is reading this will think why learn to program
Relay for Arduino to 220V
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  6. May, 2014

Relay for Arduino to 220V

Introduction to relay 220V for Arduino A relay is a relatively simple electromechanical device. Its operation consists of a coil that is energised (in this case to 5v) when this coil is driven generates a magnetic field that moves a metal inside and it opens or closes a circuit, i.e., as if it were an
Sensor Touch Arduino
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  6. May, 2014

Sensor Touch Arduino

Introduction to the Touch Sensor for Arduino Principle of operation The capacitive sensor is simply a capacitor that detects when a person press it. He circuit integrated already prepared for arduino has of all the components for a performance right. [caption id="attachment_953" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Touch Sensor Arduino[/caption] Connection of the Joystick It has five two
Smart Tech Of Things
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  6. May, 2014

New challenge

Teach our children. Boys and girls who belong to Carrizo de la Ribera and surrounding areas have started a new adventure with us to learn about technology and robotics. You can know more than the project in the following link. http://roboticarrizo.drouiz.com/
Basic electricity
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  6. May, 2014

Basic electricity

Introduction Before you begin to immerse us in the electronics must have some notions about the physics of electricity, perhaps there are too advanced in math concepts, do not worry if you don't understand them many shall not be used, but if it is necessary to have them. This manual is intended to be simple