At least once in our lives we have come across some kind of RFid locks in homes, offices, elevators or hotels. Some of you may have been inspired to build your own version of it for your home or as a final product. We will show you how you can do this in a blink of an eye.
Build your own programmable timer relays using AVR-Ready, Keypad 4x4 board with EasyPull, RTC, Relay 4 and LCD 2x16 character display with adapter. Just load the demonstration project code and your device is ready to control 4 separate relays.
Build your own programmable timer relays using Ready for PIC, Keypad 4x4 board with EasyPull, RTC, Relay 4 and LCD 2x16 character display with adapter. Just load the demonstration project code and your device is ready to control 4 separate relays.
We’ll show you how easily you can create a fantastic Temperature and Humidity Datalogger device which draws graph on TFT display and stores the acquisition data on the microSD card. We have added an extra autonomous battery power supply feature, so you can carry around your datalogger where ever you go.
We wanted to show you how simple is to add wireless control feature to your embedded device using WiFi PLUS click boards. Fancy touchscreen interface implemented on mikromedia for PIC18FJ allows you to view ADC acquisition, digital input and to control digital output on EasyPIC v7 board. WiFi PLUS click board features MCW1001 companion controller with...
Cheap and effective home-made SMS alarm solution. Make a compact alarm device with with minimum effort using PIC clicker, GSM click, Relay click and Motion sensor board. Kit also features right angle GSM antenna, four 1x8 stacking connectors as well as 10 Wire Jumpers (female-to-female).
To build a home-made breathalyzer all you need is a mikromedia for PIC32, a mikroBUS™ shield, an Alcohol click, and a Buzz click. And of course, a moderate quantity of alcohol (choose your own form factor). The video explains it all.
We challenge you to beat an STM32 it in a blitz game. Our chief of software can do it fairly consistently. How well will you fare? You can use the SpeakUp to speak out your moves while you skim a book on chess openings.
The great thing about SpeakUp click is that it works as a standalone device because it has an STM32 ARM® Cortex®-M4 MCU on it. To use it as a light switch, or as an electrical switch for any other appliance, you just have to combine it with a relay click. It will take 15 minutes to set it all up. It's ridiculously easy.
A battery powered mikromedia WiFi weather station. The touchscreen displays temperature and humidity values, but you can track live data from any device within your WiFi network from a web browser— the STM32 MCU hosts a whole webpage with readings presented in graphs. Also, you can set the MCU to trigger actions when threshold values are reached.
This Pedometer consists of a mikromedia for STM32-M4, a mikromedia Proto shield and LiPo battery. Let's measure how far you walked with this Let's make. A pedometer is a portable device that counts each step a person takes.