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  •  -19% MakePython ESP32 Development Kit

    Elektor Labs MakePython ESP32 Development Kit

    Learn how to use the ESP32 Microcontroller and MicroPython programming in your future projects! The project book, written by well-known Elektor author Dogan Ibrahim, holds many software- and hardware-based projects especially developed for the MakePython ESP32 Development Kit. The kit comes with several LEDs, sensors, and actuators. The kit will help you acquire the basic knowledge to create IoT projects. The book’s fully evaluated projects feature all the supplied components. Each project includes a block diagram, a circuit diagram, a full program listing, and a complete program description. Included in the kit 1x MakePython ESP32 development board with color LCD 1x Ultrasonic ranging module 1x Temperature and humidity sensor 1x Buzzer module 1x DS18B20 module 1x Infrared module 1x Potentiometer 1x WS2812 module 1x Sound sensor 1x Vibration sensor 1x Photosensitive resistance module 1x Pulse sensor 1x Servo motor 1x USB cable 2x Button 2x Breadboard 45x Jumper wire 10x Resistor 330R 10x LED (Red) 10x LED (Green) 1x Project book (206 pages) 46 Projects in the Book LED Projects Blinking LED Flashing SOS Blinking LED – using a timer Alternately flashing LEDs Button control Changing the LED flashing rate using pushbutton interrupts Chasing-LEDs Binary-counting LEDs Christmas lights (random-flashing 8 LEDs) Electronic dice Lucky day of the week Pulsewidth Modulation (PWM) Projects Generate a 1000-Hz PWM waveform with 50% duty cycle LED brightness control Measuring the frequency and duty cycle of a PWM waveform Melody maker Simple electronic organ Servo motor control Servo motor DS18B20 thermometer Analog To Digital Converter (ADC) Projects Voltmeter Plotting the analog input voltage ESP32 internal temperature sensor Ohmmeter Photosensitive resistance module Digital To Analog Converter (DAC) Projects Generating fixed voltages Generating a sawtooth-wave signal Generating a triangular-wave signal Arbitrary periodic waveform Generating a sinewave signal Generating accurate sinewave signal using timer interrupts Using The OLED Display Seconds counter Event counter DS18B20 OLED based digital thermometer ON-OFF temperature controller Measuring the temperature and humidity Ultrasonic distance measurement Height of a person (stadiometer) Heart rate (pulse) measurement Other Sensors Supplied with the Kit Theft alarm Sound-activated light Infrared obstacle avoidance with buzzer WS2812 RGB LED ring Timestamping temperature and humidity readings Network Programming Wi-Fi scanner Remote control from the Internet browser (using a smartphone or PC) – Web Server Storing temperature and humidity data in the Cloud Low-Power Operation Using a timer to wake up the processor

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  • PID-based Practical Digital Control with Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno

    PID-based Practical Digital Control with Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno

    The Arduino Uno is an open-source microcontroller development system encompassing hardware, an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), and a vast number of libraries. It is supported by an enormous community of programmers, electronic engineers, enthusiasts, and academics. The libraries in particular really smooth Arduino programming and reduce programming time. What’s more, the libraries greatly facilitate testing your programs since most come fully tested and working. The Raspberry Pi 4 can be used in many applications such as audio and video media devices. It also works in industrial controllers, robotics, games, and in many domestic and commercial applications. The Raspberry Pi 4 also offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capability which makes it great for remote and Internet-based control and monitoring applications. This book is about using both the Raspberry Pi 4 and the Arduino Uno in PID-based automatic control applications. The book starts with basic theory of the control systems and feedback control. Working and tested projects are given for controlling real-life systems using PID controllers. The open-loop step time response, tuning the PID parameters, and the closed-loop time response of the developed systems are discussed together with the block diagrams, circuit diagrams, PID controller algorithms, and the full program listings for both the Raspberry Pi and the Arduino Uno. The projects given in the book aim to teach the theory and applications of PID controllers and can be modified easily as desired for other applications. The projects given for the Raspberry Pi 4 should work with all other models of Raspberry Pi family. The book covers the following topics: Open-loop and closed-loop control systems Analog and digital sensors Transfer functions and continuous-time systems First-order and second-order system time responses Discrete-time digital systems Continuous-time PID controllers Discrete-time PID controllers ON-OFF temperature control with Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno PID-based temperature control with Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno PID-based DC motor control with Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno PID-based water level control with Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno PID-based LED-LDR brightness control with Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno

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  • The CAN Bus Companion (+ GRATIS CAN-module)

    The CAN Bus Companion

    Projects with Arduino Uno & Raspberry Pi with Examples for the MCP2515 CAN Bus Interface Module This book details the use of the Arduino Uno and the Raspberry Pi 4 in practical CAN bus based projects. Using either the Arduino Uno or the Raspberry Pi with off-the-shelf CAN bus interface modules considerably ease developing, debugging, and testing CAN bus based projects. This book is written for students, practicing engineers, enthusiasts, and for everyone else wanting to learn more about the CAN bus and its applications. The book assumes that the reader has some knowledge of basic electronics. Knowledge of the C and Python programming languages and programming the Arduino Uno using its IDE and Raspberry Pi will be useful, especially if the reader intends to develop microcontroller-based projects using the CAN bus. The book should be a useful source of reference material for anyone interested in finding answers to questions such as: What bus systems are available for the automotive industry? What are the principles of the CAN bus? How can I create a physical CAN bus? What types of frames (or data packets) are available in a CAN bus system? How can errors be detected in a CAN bus system and how dependable is a CAN bus system? What types of CAN bus controllers exist? How do I use the MCP2515 CAN bus controller? How do I create 2-node Arduino Uno-based CAN bus projects? How do I create 3-node Arduino Uno-based CAN bus projects? How do I set the acceptance masks and acceptance filters? How do I analyze data on the CAN bus? How do I create 2-node Raspberry Pi-based CAN bus projects? How do I create 3-node Raspberry Pi-based CAN bus projects?

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  • Ultimate Arduino Uno Hardware Manual

    Ultimate Arduino Uno Hardware Manual

    A Reference and User Guide for the Arduino Uno Hardware and Firmware A manual providing up-to-date hardware information for the popular Arduino Uno, the easy to use open-source electronics platform used by hobbyists, makers, hackers, experimenters, educators and professionals. Get all the information you need on the hardware and firmware found on Arduino Uno boards in this handy reference and user guide. Ideal for the workbench or desktop Contains all of the Arduino Uno hardware information in one place Covers Arduino / Genuino Uno revision 3 and earlier boards Easily find hardware technical specifications with explanations Pin reference chapter with interfacing examples Diagrams and illustrations for easy reference to alternate pin functions and hardware connections Learn to back up and restore the firmware on the board or load new firmware Basic fault finding and repair procedures for Arduino Uno boards Power supply circuits simplified and explained Mechanical dimensions split into five easy to reference diagrams Contains circuit diagrams, parts list and board layout reference to locate components easily

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  •  -33% Elektor Special: Arduino Shields

    Elektor Special: Arduino Shields

    Make your project dreams come true: an odometer for the hamster wheel, a fully automatic control of your ant farm with web interface, or the Sandwich-O-Mat – a machine that toasts and grills sandwiches of your choice. With the Arduino and the DIY or Maker movement, not only did entry into microcontroller programming become child's play, but a second development also took place: Resourceful developers brought small boards – so-called shields or modules – to the market, which greatly simplified the use of additional hardware. The small modules contain all the important electronic parts to be connected to the microcontroller with a few plug-in cables, eliminating the need for a fiddly and time-consuming assembly on the plug-in board. In addition, it is also possible to handle tiny components that do not have any connecting legs (so-called SMDs). Projects Discussed Arduino seeks connection BMP and introduction to libraries, I²C Learn I/O basics with the multi-purpose shield I²C LCD adapter and DOT matrix displays LCD keypad shield Level converter W5100: Internet connection I/O expansion shield Relays and solid-state relays The multi-function shield: A universal control unit Connecting an SD card reader via SPI Keys and 7-segment displays 16-bit ADC MCP4725 DAC 16-way PWM servo driver MP3 player GPS data logger using an SD card Touch sensor Joystick SHT31: Temperature and humidity VEML6070 UV-A sensor VL53L0X time-of-flight Ultrasonic distance meter MAX7219-based LED DOT matrix display DS3231 RTC Port expander MCP23017 433 MHz radio MPU-650 gyroscope ADXL345 accelerometer WS2812 RGB LEDs Power supply MQ-xx gas sensors CO2 gas sensor ACS712 current sensor INA219 current sensor L298 motor driver MFRC522 RFID 28BYJ-48 stepper motor TMC2209 silent step stick X9C10x digital potentiometer ST7735 in a color TFT display e-Paper display Bluetooth Geiger counter SIM800L GSM module I²C multiplexer Controller Area Network

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  • Ultimate Arduino Mega 2560 Hardware Manual

    Ultimate Arduino Mega 2560 Hardware Manual

    A Reference and User Guide for the Arduino Mega 2560 Hardware and Firmware A manual providing up-to-date hardware information for the Arduino Mega 2560. The Arduino Mega 2560 is an upgrade to the popular Arduino Uno board, providing more pins, serial ports and memory. Arduino is the easy to use open-source electronics platform used by hobbyists, makers, hackers, experimenters, educators and professionals. Get all the information that you need on the hardware and firmware found on Arduino Mega 2560 boards in this handy reference and user guide. Ideal for the workbench or desktop. This manual covers the Arduino Mega 2560 hardware and firmware, and is a companion volume to the Ultimate Arduino Uno Hardware Manual, which covers the Arduino Uno hardware and firmware. Contains all of the Arduino Mega 2560 hardware information in one place Covers Arduino / Genuino Mega 2560 revision 3 and earlier boards Easily find hardware technical specifications with explanations Pin reference chapter with interfacing examples Diagrams and illustrations for easy reference to pin functions and hardware connections Learn to back up and restore firmware on the board, or load new firmware Basic fault finding and repair procedures for Arduino Mega 2560 boards Power supply circuits simplified and explained Mechanical dimensions split into five easy to reference diagrams Contains circuit diagrams, parts list and board layout to easily locate components A chapter on shield compatibility explains how shields work across different Arduino boards

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  •  -40% Elektor 37-in-1 Sensor Kit

    Elektor Labs Elektor 37-in-1 Sensor Kit

    Kit Contents 1x Joystick 1x Relay 1x Big Sound 1x Small Sound 1x Tracking 1x Avoidance 1x Flame 1x Linear Hall Sensor 1x Touch 1x Digital Temperature 1x Buzzer 1x Passive Buzzer 1x RGB LED 1x SMD RGB 1x Two Color (5 mm) 1x Mini Two Color (3 mm) 1x Reed Switch 1x Mini Reed Switch 1x Heartbeat 1x 7 Color Flash 1x Laser Emitter 1x PCB mounted push button 1x Shock, a rolling-ball type Tilt Switch 1x Rotary Encoders 1x Rolling ball Tilt Switch 1x Photoresistor 1x Temp and Humidity 1x Analog Hall 1x Hall Magnetic 1x DS18B20 Temp 1x Analog Temp 1x IR Emission 1x IR Receiver 1x Tap Module 1x Light Blocking Please note: For security reasons the Mercury Tilt Switch and Light Cup are no longer available in current sensor boxes. Downloads Manual

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  • FreeRTOS for ESP32-Arduino

    FreeRTOS for ESP32-Arduino

    Practical Multitasking Fundamentals Programming embedded systems is difficult because of resource constraints and limited debugging facilities. Why develop your own Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) as well as your application when the proven FreeRTOS software is freely available? Why not start with a validated foundation? Every software developer knows that you must divide a difficult problem into smaller ones to conquer it. Using separate preemptive tasks and FreeRTOS communication mechanisms, a clean separation of functions is achieved within the entire application. This results in safe and maintainable designs. Practicing engineers and students alike can use this book and the ESP32 Arduino environment to wade into FreeRTOS concepts at a comfortable pace. The well-organized text enables you to master each concept before starting the next chapter. Practical breadboard experiments and schematics are included to bring the lessons home. Experience is the best teacher. Each chapter includes exercises to test your knowledge. The coverage of the FreeRTOS Application Programming Interface (API) is complete for the ESP32 Arduino environment. You can apply what you learn to other FreeRTOS environments, including Espressif’s ESP-IDF. The source code is available from GitHub. All of these resources put you in the driver’s seat when it is time to develop your next uber-cool ESP32 project. What you will learn: How preemptive scheduling works within FreeRTOS The Arduino startup “loopTask” Message queues FreeRTOS timers and the IDLE task The semaphore, mutex, and their differences The mailbox and its application Real-time task priorities and its effect Interrupt interaction and use with FreeRTOS Queue sets Notifying tasks with events Event groups Critical sections Task local storage The gatekeeper task

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  •  -18% Arduino Uno Experimenteerbundel

    Elektor Labs Arduino Uno Experimenting Bundle

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    The project book, written by well-known Elektor author Dogan Ibrahim, holds many software- and hardware-based projects especially developed for the Arduino Uno Experimenting Kit. The kit comes with an Arduino Uno board, several LEDs, sensors, actuators, and other components. The purpose of the kit is to make a flying start with hardware and software aspects of projects designed around the Arduino Uno microcontroller system. The projects given in this guide are fully evaluated and working and fully employ all the supplied components. A block diagram, a circuit diagram, an extensive program listing, and a complete program description is given for every project in the guide. Included in the kit 1x Arduino Uno Rev3 board 1x RFID reader module 1x DS1302 clock module 1x 5 V stepper motor 1x "2003" stepper motor drive board 5x Green LED 5x Yellow LED 5x Red LED 2x Rocker switch 1x Flame sensor 1x LM35 sensor module 1x Infrared receiver 3x Light-dependent resistors (LDRs) 1x IR remote controller 1x Breadboard 4x Pushbutton (with four caps) 1x Buzzer 1x Piezo sounder 1x Adjustable resistor (potentiometer) 1x 74HC595 shift register 1x 7-segment display 1x 4-digit 7-segment display 1x 8x8 Dot-matrix display 1x 1602 / I²C LCD module 1x DHT11 Temperature and humidity module 1x Relay module 1x Sound module Set of Dupont cables Set of Breadboard cables 1x Water sensor 1x PS2 Joystick 5x 1 k-ohm resistor 5x 10 k-ohm resistor 5x 220-ohm resistor 1x 4x4 keypad module 1x 9g Servo (25 cm) 1x RFID card 1x RGB module 1x 9 V battery DC jack Project book (237 pages) Over 60 Projects in the Book Hardware Projects with LEDs Blinking LED – using the onboard LED Blinking LED – using an external LED LED flashing SOS Alternately-blinking LEDs Chasing LEDs Chasing LEDs 2 Binary counting LEDs Random flashing LEDs – Christmas lights Button controlled LED Controlling the LED flashing rate – external interrupts Reaction timer LED color wand RGB fixed colors Traffic lights Traffic lights with pedestrian crossings Using the 74HC595 shift register – binary up counter Using the 74HC595 shift register – randomly flashing 8 LEDs Using the 74HC595 shift register – chasing LEDs Using the 74HC595 shift register – turn ON a specified LED Using the 74HC595 shift register – turn ON specified LEDs 7-Segment LED Displays 7-Segment 1-digit LED counter 7-Segment 4-digit multiplexed LED display 7-Segment 4-digit multiplexed LED display counter – timer interrupts 7-Segment 4-digit multiplexed LED display counter – eliminating the leading zeroes 7-Segment 4-digit multiplexed LED display – reaction timer Timer interrupt blinking onboard LED Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) Display text on the LCD Scrolling text on the LCD Display custom characters on the LCD LCD based conveyor belt goods counter LCD-based accurate clock using timer interrupts LCD dice Sensors Analog temperature sensor Voltmeter On/Off temperature controller Darkness reminder using a light-dependent resistor (LDR) Tilt detection Water-level sensor Displaying water levels Water level controller Flooding detector with buzzer Sound detection sensor – relay control by hand clapping Flame sensor – fire detection with relay output Temperature and humidity display Generating musical tones with the melody maker The RFID Reader Finding the Tag ID RFID door lock access control with relay The 4x4 Keypad Display the pressed key code on the Serial Monitor Integer calculator with LCD Keypad door security lock with relay The Real-Time Clock (RTC) Module RTC with Serial Monitor RTC with LCD Temperature and humidity display with time stamping The Joystick Reading joystick analog values 8x8 LED Matrix Displaying shapes Motors Test-rotate the servo Servo sweep Joystick-controlled servo Rotate the motor clockwise and then anticlockwise Infrared Receiver and Remote Controller Unit Decoding the IR remote control codes Remote relay activation/deactivation Infrared remote stepper motor control

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  • SparkFun Arduino Pro Mini 328 (5 V, 16 MHz)

    SparkFun SparkFun Arduino Pro Mini 328 (5 V, 16 MHz)

    The Arduino Pro Mini is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, an on-board resonator, a reset button, and holes for mounting pin headers. A six pin header can be connected to an FTDI cable or Sparkfun breakout board to provide USB power and communication to the board. The Arduino Pro Mini is intended for semi-permanent installation in objects or exhibitions. The board comes without pre-mounted headers, allowing the use of various types of connectors or direct soldering of wires. The pin layout is compatible with the Arduino Mini. The Arduino Pro Mini was designed and is manufactured by SparkFun Electronics. Specifications Microcontroller ATmega328P Board Power Supply 5-12 V Circuit Operating Voltage 5 V Digital I/O Pins 14 PWM Pins 6 UART 1 SPI 1 I²C 1 Analog Input Pins 6 External Interrupts 2 DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA Flash Memory 32 KB of which 2 KB used by bootloader SRAM 2 KB EEPROM 1 KB Clock Speed 16 MHz Dimensions 18 x 33.3 mm (0.7 x 1.3") Downloads Eagle files Schematics

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  • Arduino & Co – Measure, Control, and Hack

    Arduino & Co - Measure, Control, and Hack

    Clever Tricks with ATmega328 Pro Mini BoardsWith a simple Pro Mini board and a few other components, projects that 20 or 30 years ago were unthinkable (or would have cost a small fortune) are realized easily and affordably in this book: From simple LED effects to a full battery charging and testing station that will put a rechargeable through its paces, there’s something for everyone.All the projects are based on the ATmega328 microcontroller, which offers endless measuring, switching, and control options with its 20 input and output lines. For example, with a 7-segment display and a few resistors, you can build a voltmeter or an NTC-based thermometer. The Arduino platform offers the perfect development environment for programming this range of boards.Besides these very practical projects, the book also provides the necessary knowledge for you to create projects based on your own ideas. How to measure, and what? Which transistor is suitable for switching a certain load? When is it better to use an IC? How do you switch mains voltage? Even LilyPad-based battery-operated projects are discussed in detail, as well as many different motors, from simple DC motors to stepper motors.Sensors are another exciting topic: For example, a simple infrared receiver that can give disused remote controls a new lease on life controlling your home, and a tiny component that can actually measure the difference in air pressure between floor and table height!

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  • C Programming with Arduino

    C Programming with Arduino

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    Technology is constantly changing. New microcontrollers become available every year. The one thing that has stayed the same is the C programming language used to program these microcontrollers. If you would like to learn this standard language to program microcontrollers, then this book is for you! Arduino is the hardware platform used to teach the C programming language as Arduino boards are available worldwide and contain the popular AVR microcontrollers from Atmel. Atmel Studio is used as the development environment for writing C programs for AVR microcontrollers. It is a full-featured integrated development environment (IDE) that uses the GCC C software tools for AVR microcontrollers and is free to download. At a glance: Start learning to program from the very first chapter No programming experience is necessary Learn by doing – type and run the example programs A fun way to learn the C programming language Ideal for electronic hobbyists, students and engineers wanting to learn the C programming language in an embedded environment on AVR microcontrollers Use the free full-featured Atmel Studio IDE software for Windows Write C programs for 8-bit AVR microcontrollers as found on the Arduino Uno and MEGA boards Example code runs on Arduino Uno and Arduino MEGA 2560 boards and can be adapted to run on other AVR microcontrollers or boards Use the AVR Dragon programmer / debugger in conjunction with Atmel Studio to debug C programs

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  • Motor Control – Projects met Arduino & Raspberry Pi

    Motor Control - Projects with Arduino & Raspberry Pi

    This book is about DC electric motors and their use in Arduino and Raspberry Pi Zero W based projects. The book includes many tested and working projects where each project has the following sub-headings: Title of the project Description of the project Block diagram Circuit diagram Project assembly Complete program listing of the project Full description of the program The projects in the book cover the standard DC motors, stepper motors, servo motors, and mobile robots. The book is aimed at students, hobbyists, and anyone else interested in developing microcontroller based projects using the Arduino Uno or the Raspberry Pi Zero W. One of the nice features of this book is that it gives complete projects for remote control of a mobile robot from a mobile phone, using the Arduino Uno as well as the Raspberry Pi Zero W development boards. These projects are developed using Wi-Fi as well as the Bluetooth connectivity with the mobile phone. Readers should be able to move a robot forward, reverse, turn left, or turn right by sending simple commands from a mobile phone. Full program listings of all the projects as well as the detailed program descriptions are given in the book. Users should be able to use the projects as they are presented, or modify them to suit to their own needs.

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  • Makerfabs Jumper Wires Combo Pack

    Makerfabs Makerfabs Jumper Wires Combo Pack

    With these jumper wires (length: 20 cm) you can connect a Raspberry Pi or an Arduino with breadboards. Each cable consists of 40 individual wires/pins which can also be separated. Included 1x 40-pins female to female 1x 40-pins male to male 1x 40-pins male to female

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  • JOY-iT Uno R3 DIP

    JOY-iT JOY-iT Uno R3 DIP

    The Uno R3 board is the perfect microcontroller for those who want to enter the programming world without any fuss. Its ATMega328 microcontroller provides you with enough power for your ideas and projects. The Uno board has a USB type B connector so that you can easily use it with programs – of course via the well-known programming environment Arduino IDE. You can connect it to the power source via the USB port or alternatively use its own power connection. Please note: The CH341 driver must be installed beforehand so that Uno board is recognized by the Arduino IDE. Microcontroller ATmega 328 Clock speed 16 MHz Operating voltage 5 V Input voltage 5-10 V Digital I/O Pins 14 with PWM 6 USB 1x SPI 1x I²C 1x ICSP 1x Flash Memory 32 KB EEPROM 1x

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  • Elektor SDR-shield 2.0

    Elektor Labs Elektor SDR Shield 2.0

    This board is a newer version of the Elektor SDR Reloaded, the difference is that on this new version with two PLL outputs and two LF-outputs, which are accessible via additional connectors on the board (not included in the kit). This allows the user to use this Arduino shield as a signal generator, SW transmitter or even transceiver. Specifications Operating Voltage 5 V and 3.3 V from Arduino Frequency Range 150 kHz to 30 MHz Sensitivity 1 µV Overall Gain 40 dB Maximum signal level at antenna 10 mV Dynamic Range 80 dB Please note: The module doesn't come pre-soldered. Links Elektor SDR Shield 2.0 (1) Elektor SDR Shield 2.0 (2) Elektor SDR Shield 2.0 (3)

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  •  -25% Electronics Fans Package – Component Basic Starter Kit

    Kuongshun Electronics Fans Package - Component Basic Starter Kit

    Contents 1x High Quality Retail Box 10x  1/4W 1% 100R Resistor 10x  1/4W 1% 220R Resistor 10x  1/4W 1% 330R Resistor 10x  1/4W 1% 1K Resistor 10x  1/4W 1% 10K Resistor 10x  1/4W 1% 100K Resistor 10x  1/4W 1% 4.7K Resistor 10x  1/4W 1% 47K Resistor 10x  100PF Ceramic Capacitor 10x  10NF Ceramic Capacitor 10x  100NF Ceramic Capacitor 10x  22PF Ceramic Capacitor 10x  10UF aluminum electrolytic capacitor 10x  470UF aluminum electrolytic capacitor 10x Red LED 10x Green LED 10x Yellow LED 10x Blue LED 8x  12x12x7.3 Switch 2x Red Cap 2x Yellow Cap 2x Green Cap 2x Blue Cap 1x 10K Precision Potentiometer 2x RGB LED 1x Active Buzzer 1x Passive Buzzer 1x Pin Header 1x40 1x Resistor Card 1x 400pts Breadboard 1x 30pcs/pack Breadboard Jumper Wires Set

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  • JOY-iT Mega 2560 R3

    JOY-iT JOY-iT Mega 2560 R3

    If you want to enter the programming world quickly and easily, JOY-iT Mega 2560 R3 is the board for you. Due to the abundance of tutorials and instructions for this microcontroller online, you will start programming without any complications. Based on an ATmega2560, which offers sufficient power for your projects and ideas, JOY-iT Mega 2560 R3 has many connection options with 54 digital inputs and outputs and 16 analog inputs. To start programming your JOY-iT Mega 2560 R3, you need to install the development environment, and, of course, the drivers, on your computer. The Arduino IDE is best for using with the Mega 2560. This IDE is completely compatible with this board and offers you every driver you need for a quick start. Microcontroller ATmega2560 Clock speed 16 MHz Operating voltage 5 V/DC Digital I/O Pins 54 (of which 15 with PWM) Analog Input Pins 16 Analog Output Pins 15 Flash Memory 256 KB EEPROM 4 KB SRAM 8 KB Download JOY-iT Mega 2560 R3 Starter Kit here.

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  • Arduino Uno Rev3

    Arduino Arduino Uno Rev3

    Arduino Uno is an open-source microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz ceramic resonator (CSTCE16M0V53-R0), a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. You can tinker with your Uno without worring too much about doing something wrong, worst case scenario you can replace the chip for a few dollars and start over again. "Uno" means one in Italian and was chosen to mark the release of Arduino Software (IDE) 1.0. The Uno board and version 1.0 of Arduino Software (IDE) were the reference versions of Arduino, now evolved to newer releases. The Uno board is the first in a series of USB Arduino boards, and the reference model for the Arduino platform; for an extensive list of current, past or outdated boards see the Arduino index of boards. Specifications Microcontroller ATmega328P Operating Voltage 5 V Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12 V Input Voltage (limit) 6-20 V Digital I/O Pins 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output) PWM Digital I/O Pins 6 Analog Input Pins 6 DC Current per I/O Pin 20 mA DC Current for 3.3 V Pin 50 mA Flash Memory 32 KB (ATmega328P) of which 0.5 KB used by bootloader SRAM 2 KB (ATmega328P) EEPROM 1 KB (ATmega328P) Clock Speed 16 MHz LED_BUILTIN 13 Dimensions 68.6 x 53.4 mm Weight 25 g

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  • Elektor Special: Introduction to Electronics with Arduino

    Elektor Special: Introduction to Electronics with Arduino

    Although the Arduino isn’t a novelty any longer, there are still many beginners who want to try programming and development with a microcontroller, and to them, it is all new. All beginnings can be difficult, though they should be light and enjoyable. You do not need much or expensive equipment for the examples. The circuits are built on a small breadboard, and, if necessary, connected to an Arduino Uno, which you can program on a Windows PC. You will find clear examples of how to build all circuits, ensuring easy and error-free reproduction. Projects Discussed Current & Voltage – How it all began Arduino Hardware Arduino Programming The Electrical Circuit Measuring with the Multimeter Circuit Diagrams and Breadboards Creating Circuit Diagrams Breadboard Views with Fritzing Online Circuit Simulation Indispensable: Resistors (Part 1) Hands-on with Resistors (Part 2) Variable Resistors Diodes: One-way Street for Current The Transistor Switch Electromagnetism Relays and Motors op-amps: Operational Amplifiers Capacitors The NE555 Timer PWM and Analogue Values with Arduino 7-Segment Temperature Display Introduction to Soldering and LCDs

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  • EU Voeding voor Arduino Uno (9 V, 1 A)

    Kuongshun EU Power Supply for Arduino Uno (9 V, 1 A)

    EU Power Supply for Arduino Uno (9 V, 1 A)

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  • Pro Mini 328 (5 V, 16 MHz)

    Kuongshun Pro Mini 328 (5 V, 16 MHz)

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    The Arduino-compatible Pro Mini is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, an on-board resonator, a reset button, and holes for mounting pin headers. The Pro Mini is intended for semi-permanent installation in objects or exhibitions. The board comes without pre-mounted headers, allowing the use of various types of connectors or direct soldering of wires. The pin layout is compatible with the Mini board. Specifications Microcontroller ATmega328P Board Power Supply 5-12 V Circuit Operating Voltage 5 V Digital I/O Pins 14 PWM Pins 6 UART 1 SPI 1 I²C 1 Analog Input Pins 6 External Interrupts 2 DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA Flash Memory 32 KB of which 2 KB used by bootloader SRAM 2 KB EEPROM 1 KB Clock Speed 16 MHz Dimensions 18 x 33.3 mm (0.7 x 1.3") Included 1x Pro Mini ATmega328P board 3x Gilded Pin 

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  •  -20% RFID-starterkit voor Arduino (incl. Uno R3)

    RFID Starter Kit for Arduino (incl. Uno R3)

    Modern electronic experimenter kits contain modules that just plug together rather than individual components so that now we can quickly get modules talking and then decide in software how the system behaves. Thanks to the wide selection of software library functions we can have a sketch up and running in no time. These kits are worthy successors to the bags of loose components that were a feature of earlier experimenter’s kits. Electronic newbies, practicing engineers and old hands alike are sure to find that these kits interesting. The range of components is sure to get you thinking what you could use them for and they are a good way to build on your existing knowledge. You’ll have no excuse not to go on to design and build your own system! The ‘RFID Starter Kit for Arduino’ comes in a handy case and contains over 30 state-of-the-art components, devices and modules. Although it contains an RFID receiver module along with two RFID tags in the form of a credit card and key fob, the case is an Aladdin’s cave with loads of other useful components. To begin you will need an Arduino Uno along with the starter kit which amongst other things contains: A humidity sensor; A multicolor LED; A large LED-Matrix with 64 LEDs; 4 x 7-segment LED displays; A handheld IR remote controller plus IR receiver chip; A complete LC-Display module with I²C bus interface. The wide range of peripherals included in the kit ensures the number of different experiments and applications you can build. Two example applications that can easily be built using this box of goodies have been described in an article published in Elektor Magazine: Universal weather station with LC-Display and Door entry system using RFID security. More similar projects have been described in the new book Home Automation Projects with Arduino. Kit Contents LCD1602 with I²C RC522 module White card Key chain Joystick module Key board RTC module Water level sensor Humidity sensor RGB module Motor driver module Motor 1 Channel module MB-102 breadboard 65 pcs jumper wire 10 PCS F-M cable Sound sensor module Remote 10 K potentiometer 1 digital tube 4 digital tube Matrix tube 9G servo Buzzer 2 pcs ball switches 3 pcs photoresistance 5 pcs switches with caps 9 V battery with DC 15 pcs LED 30 pcs resistance Flame sensor IR receive sensor 74HC595 LM35DZ Uno R3 board Documentation: Download full description of similar kit.

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  •  -17% Arduino Uno R4 Experimenting Bundle

    Elektor Bundles Arduino Uno R4 Experimenting Bundle

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    The project book, written by well-known Elektor author Dogan Ibrahim, holds many software- and hardware-based projects especially developed for the Arduino Uno Experimenting Kit. The kit comes with the Arduino Uno R4 Minima, several LEDs, sensors, actuators, and other components. The purpose of the kit is to make a flying start with hardware and software aspects of projects designed around the Arduino Uno microcontroller system. The projects given in this guide are fully evaluated and working and fully employ all the supplied components. A block diagram, a circuit diagram, an extensive program listing, and a complete program description is given for every project in the guide. Included 1x Arduino Uno R4 Minima 1x RFID reader module 1x DS1302 clock module 1x 5 V stepper motor 1x "2003" stepper motor drive board 5x Green LED 5x Yellow LED 5x Red LED 2x Rocker switch 1x Flame sensor 1x LM35 sensor module 1x Infrared receiver 3x Light-dependent resistors (LDRs) 1x IR remote controller 1x Breadboard 4x Pushbutton (with four caps) 1x Buzzer 1x Piezo sounder 1x Adjustable resistor (potentiometer) 1x 74HC595 shift register 1x 7-segment display 1x 4-digit 7-segment display 1x 8x8 Dot-matrix display 1x 1602 / I²C LCD module 1x DHT11 Temperature and humidity module 1x Relay module 1x Sound module Set of Dupont cables Set of Breadboard cables 1x Water sensor 1x PS2 Joystick 5x 1 k-ohm resistor 5x 10 k-ohm resistor 5x 220-ohm resistor 1x 4x4 keypad module 1x 9g Servo (25 cm) 1x RFID card 1x RGB module 1x 9 V battery DC jack Project book (326 pages) Over 80 Projects in the Book Hardware Projects with LEDs Blinking LED – using the on-board LED Blinking LED – using an external LED LED flashing SOS Alternately blinking LEDs Chaser-LEDs Chasing LEDs 2 Binary counting LEDs Random flashing LEDs – Christmas lights Button controlled LED Controlling the LED flashing rate – external interrupts Reaction timer LED color wand RGB fixed colors Traffic lights Traffic lights with pedestrian crossings Using the 74HC595 shift register – binary up counter Using the 74HC595 shift register – random flashing 8 LEDs Using the 74HC595 shift register – chasing LEDs Using the 74HC595 shift register – turn ON a specified LED Using the 74HC595 shift register – turn ON specified LEDs 7-Segment LED Displays 7-Segment 1-digit LED counter 7-Segment 4-digit multiplexed LED display 7-Segment 4-digit multiplexed LED display counter – timer interrupts 7-Segment 4-digit multiplexed LED display counter – blanking leading zeroes 7-Segment 4-digit multiplexed LED display – reaction timer Timer interrupt blinking onboard LED Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) Display text on the LCD Scrolling text on the LCD Display custom characters on the LCD LCD based conveyor belt goods counter LCD based accurate clock using timer interrupts LCD dice Sensors Analog temperature sensor Voltmeter On/Off temperature controller Darkness reminder – using a light-dependent resistor (LDR) Tilt detection Displaying water level Water level controller Water flooding detector with buzzer Sound detection sensor – control the relay by clapping hands Flame sensor – fire detection with relay output Temperature and humidity display Generating musical tones – melody maker The RFID Reader Finding the Tag ID RFID door lock access with relay The 4x4 Keypad Display the pressed key code on the Serial Monitor Integer calculator with LCD Keypad door security lock with relay The Real-Time Clock (RTC) Module RTC with Serial Monitor RTC with LCD Temperature and humidity display with time stamping Setting and displaying the current time Periodic interrupt every 2 seconds The Joystick Reading analog values from the joystick 8x8 LED Matrix Displaying shapes Motors: Servo and Stepper Test-rotate the servo Servo sweep Joystick-controlled servo Rotate the motor clockwise and then anticlockwise The Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) Generating a square wave with 2 V amplitude Generate a sine wave Sine wave sweep frequency generator Generate sine wave whose frequency changes with potentiometer Generate a square wave with frequency of 1 kHz and amplitude of 1 V Using the EEPROM, the Human Interface Device, and PWM Keyboard control to launch Windows programs LED dimming using PWM The Arduino Uno R4 WiFi Using LED matrix 1 – creating a large + shape Creating images by setting bits Using LED matrix 2 – creating a large + shape Animation – displaying a word Controlling the Arduino Uno R4 WiFi on-board LED from a smartphone using UDP Serial Communications Receiving ambient temperature from an Arduino Uno R3 Using an Arduino Uno Simulator A simple project simulation – flashing LED Displaying text on LCD LCD seconds counter The CAN bus Arduino Uno R4 WiFi to Arduino Uno R4 Minima CAN bus communication Sending the temperature readings over the CAN bus Infrared Receiver and Remote Controller Decoding the IR remote control codes Remote relay activation/deactivation Infrared remote stepper motor control

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Wat is Arduino? Waarom heb je een Arduino-board nodig? Wat zijn de voordelen?

Arduino-boards zijn uitgerust met een microcontroller, die gemakkelijk is te programmeren. De pinnen van deze microcontroller (bijvoorbeeld digitale in- en uitgangen, en analoge ingangen) zijn verbonden met headers, waarop je andere elektronica kunt aansluiten zonder te solderen. Sluit knoppen, potmeters, leds, sensoren, motoren, displays en vele andere componenten en modules aan om zeer snel en eenvoudig een prototype te maken van het project dat je in gedachten hebt!

De software voor de microcontroller kan worden ontwikkeld met een programma op je pc, de zogenaamde IDE (geïntegreerde ontwikkelomgeving). Zelfs voor beginners is de IDE gemakkelijk te begrijpen, en dat geldt ook voor de commando's die je kunt gebruiken om je in- en uitgangen aan te sturen. Voor veel sensoren en andere accessoires zijn er krachtige softwarebibliotheken en voorbeelden die je kunt gebruiken. Sluit gewoon je Arduino-board aan op de pc via usb, schrijf je commando's, compileer en stuur je software naar het board met één muisklik, en zie wat er gebeurt. Kortom, het was nog nooit zo eenvoudig om een microcontrollerproject te maken, dat hardware en software omvat!

De eerste Arduino-boards werden rond 2005 ontwikkeld door een groep programmeerfanaten die goedkope en eenvoudige boards nodig hadden voor educatieve doeleinden. Omdat het programmeren ervan zo eenvoudig was, werd Arduino erg populair onder kunstenaars en makers. De jaren daarna werden steeds meer boards ontwikkeld, sommige met vrij goedkope 8-bit microcontrollers, andere met krachtigere modellen, en met verschillende functies op het board zoals wifi of een ethernet-interface. Daarnaast werd een zeer groot aantal add-on boards ontwikkeld, shields genaamd, om de functionaliteit uit te breiden.

Arduino-boards en de Arduino IDE worden vaak gebruikt door Elektor Lab en externe auteurs van Elektor-artikelen en -boeken, voor een microcontrollerproject, of voor onderwijsdoeleinden.

Wat bieden wij (ons assortiment)?

Naast veel van de momenteel verkrijgbare Arduino-boards biedt Elektor officiële Arduino-accessoires en een selectie van speciale en geteste producten van derden, zoals shields (add-on boards) en accessoires. We verkopen ook kits en bundels, bijvoorbeeld Arduino-boards in combinatie met een boek.

Een Arduino-board kopen: wat kun je ermee doen?

Wat maakt Arduino-boards zo speciaal? Deze boards zijn goedkoop, compact en energiebesparend, er zijn zelfs robuuste varianten voor industriële doeleinden. De boards zijn zeer veelzijdig, en er is een enorme hoeveelheid shields (add-on boards) en modules om de functies uit te breiden. Alle verbindingen zijn te maken zonder solderen . Het programmeren van het Arduino-programma (sketch genaamd) is heel eenvoudig, er zijn veel bibliotheken en voorbeelden en een behoorlijk goede documentatie. Projecten zoals weerstations, CO2-sensoren, eenvoudige robots, audiospelers en nog veel meer zijn eenvoudig te implementeren.

Welke accessoires zijn er beschikbaar? Waar worden ze voor gebruikt? Wat kun je ermee doen?

Het kopen van een Arduino-board is slechts de eerste stap. Er zijn veel shields (add-on boards, bijvoorbeeld voor motorbesturing en verlichting) en uitbreidingsmodules (bijvoorbeeld sensoren) om de functies uit te breiden. Displays, voedingen, behuizingen, kabels, ... er is een grote verscheidenheid aan gebruiksvriendelijke accessoires beschikbaar. Daarnaast zijn er veel boeken over Arduino.

Waarom zou je een Arduino bij Elektor kopen?

Elektor is een geautoriseerde distributeur van Arduino. Wij kopen Arduino rechtstreeks in bij de fabrikant in Italië en niet via distributiekanalen.

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