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- A high quality project.
- Designed by you.
- Not published elsewhere on the web.
- Has clear schematics, photos, description and PCB.
Every project approved will be published and will receive the payment. You will notified by email if your project is accepted.
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Get Paid to Publish your Project! – [Link]
This video shows a LED powered by a 0.1 Farad capacitor. First the capacitor is charged at 5V and then it is discharged through the led. The led is light for a few minutes after power is disconnected.
Led powered using Super Capacitor – [Link]
This project shows how to use an Arduino to read the signal from a set of digital calipers and send the reading over USB. In other words it adds USB functionality to digital calipers. A great reference on reading digital callipers can be found here . This project explores the details of another protocol found to be in use on some callipers. Check project details on the link below.
Reading Digital Callipers with an Arduino / USB – [Link]
This project shows how to build a 24×6 LED matrix driven by an Arduino board. It uses 3 shift registers to control the columns and a 4017 decade counter IC with 6 transistor for scanning the rows. Check schematic and project details on the link below.
DIY 24X6 LED matrix – [Link]
This project shows how to build a LED matchstick that is light up if strike it against a normal matchbox filled with neodymium magnets.
The LED matchstick has an inductive sensor that detects the magnetic field as you strike the matchstick against the matchbox and it lights up a LED in a flickering fashion. The power to the matchstick is through a 3F/2.7V supercapacitor and a DC-DC converter. As the LED lights up, the supercapacitor discharges and eventually the matchstick splutters off just like a normal matchstick.
Fire-free LED Matchstick – [Link]
This project shows how to build a LED circuit that is pulse fading – breathing like the “Macintosh” style LED fade off effect. The circuit is using plain electronic components like transistors, resistors and capacitors. To make LED fade on and off you just have to push a push button or trigger the input using square wave from a 555 timer IC. The producing effect is really nice. Find schematic and project details on the link below. [via]
Led throbbing – pulse fade without mcu – [Link]
With Openbiosprog-spi you are able to flash the BIOS of your PC. It is designed to be able to program any flash memory that uses the serial peripheral interconnect (SPI) which could be helpful to restore faulty firmware upgrades. Check schematics and project details on the link below. [via]
Flash your computer BIOS with Openbiosprog-spi – [Link]
This is an excellent 50mW Hi-Fi PLL FM Stereo Transmitter that features BH1417 chip. ROHM’s new Japan has BH1417 is one of the most simple and practical integrated circuits, which combines phase-locked loop circuit, stereo encoder circuit, transmitter circuit, as well as other additions. Check schematic on the link below.
50mW BH1417 Stereo PLL FM Transmitter – [Link]