Battery operated RFID reader allowing you to scan pre-authorised RFID cards anywhere. Scans are sent to Ubidots dashboard for processing.
In this project we have designed RFID Based Attendance System using Arduino UNO and RFID MFRC522 Module.
This device measures fine dust and NO2 concentration in the air while on the move and adds GPS coordinates to each measurement location.
Using a ESP8266 to detect when a friend is near.
6-channel digital sampling oscilloscope with built-in frequency counter, maximum sampling rate 47kHz.
Using a standard water meter with pulse output, counts the pulses to measure the volume and cost of water used.
Reads and stores in SD card, the temperature and humidity values over time.
Interactive snake enclosure that is temperature and humidity controlled and uses lat-long to mimic natural light cycles, with an online cam.
It counts the amounts of 1Rs, 5Rs and 10Rs coins as well as the total amount of coins.
A beginner-tier project I hope will help the fellows that are newbies in the Arduino world!
Pi-based dashboard for a business. An Arduino controller allows switching dashboards and disabling the screen saver when actively viewed.
A low cost, high performance energy meter for my home.
Demo program for using a 16x2 LCD display with a TI Launchpad
Easily include oscilloscope and frequency counter diagnostics into your own project.
Goodbye calibration! Digitization of pH test paper! This is a pH meter that reads the color of the pH test paper.
It measures the distance between you and the place where you point it to. Hope you'll enjoy it!
RFID door lock with ESP32 + Microchip 25AA512 SPI EEPROM + SPI 2.4 TFT + WiFi logging on server.
Here we measure rainfall.
This is my first project, so please like the project and comment down below.
Save time by knowing whether the Faculty is in his chamber or not.
Need to serve data points for your 'connected' home? This is a very simple way.
Cut the cord! A battery powered headless data logger using the raspberry pi 3 and sensehat.
Have you ever wanted to make a system that records sensor readings for future analysis? If so, that's exactly what we're about to do.
An Arduino interface to communicate with devices using the LANC (Control-L) protocol such as many Sony and Canon cameras/camcorders.