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Let's make - mikroWeb server
Description The mikromedia-based mikroWebserver is the easiest way to remotely monitor and control your smart home system, weather station, or any other type of data logger. You’ll find a lot of examples online on how to set up a...
Let's make - Pedometer
Description For sensor Pedometer uses ADXL345 3-axis digital accelerometer: http://www.analog.com/static/imported-files/data_sheets/ADXL345.pdf The touchscreen displays number of steps and duration of walking. Message “no movement” is...
Let's Make - Voice Chess
Description Challenge the MCU on your mikromedia plus for STM32 to a game of chess. The game is adapted from the Fairy-Max chess engine. You can also pair it with SpeakUp click and speak your moves. You'll need a shield for your...
Let's make - Breathalyser
Description Is there such a thing as the Ballmer peak? It's the idea that moderate alcohol consumption has a benefitial impact on creativity, and hence, on programming ability. The theory was explained in this issue of the xkcd...
Let's make project - WiFi Control Demo
Wireless control is now in every home. Wireless internet communication is a must have in modern devices. Beautiful graphical interface developed using Visual TFT software is intuitive and easy to use. With a touch of a screen you can...
Let's Make - Datalogger for Temp. and Humidity
Just connect mikromedia for XMEGA , Battery Boost shield with SHT1X PROTO temperature/humidity sensor using wire jumpers, click the microSD card in the socket and you got the hardware you need. We have created an open-source datalogger...
Let's make - Programmable Timer Relays (PIC)
Following AVR version, we present your with PIC version of Programmable relay timers project. We have created a demonstrational software for all of our PIC compilers and prepared a special project kit which you can use to build your own...
Let's make - Programmable Timer Relays (AVR)
Washing machines, electric ovens, garden sprinklers, TV and even home bakeries all have a programmable delay operation. We will show you how you can build your own programmable relay timers with mikroElektronika boards in less than 30...
Let's make - RFid Lock with 4 Relays
Using PIC-Ready with PIC18F4520, RFid reader , Relay 4 board , along with EasyInput and EasyBuzz we have created a RFid lock that controls 4 separate relays with RFid cards. And it will cost you less than $100! Downloads Let's make...