750mA Constant Current LED Driver Arduino Nano Shield
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750mA Constant Current LED Driver Arduino Nano Shield

This small constant current LED driver Nano shield has been designed using CAT4104 IC from ON semiconductor. Its 4 channel LED driver. The board has provision to mount 20 SMD 1206 LEDs. The LED can be RED, GREEN, BLUE and WHITE. Reduce the number of LED to 12 if White LEDs are used, as...

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Beetle – The Smallest Arduino for $7.9
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Beetle – The Smallest Arduino for $7.9

Beetle is one of the smallest Arduino Leonardo board.  It derives its core notion from minimalism without compromising functionality. It comes with Atmel AtMega32u4 ( datasheet) @16MHz clock time and has expanded amounts of interfaces: 10 digital pins, 5 analog pins, and 4 pwn pins....

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PD Micro – A Pro Micro with USB-C Power Delivery
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PD Micro – A Pro Micro with USB-C Power Delivery

PD Micro is the first Arduino-compatible board with USB-C power delivery. The pins are compatible with Pro micro. PD Micro allows you to control high voltage easily from USB-C Power delivery. It’s useful for applications that require voltage higher than 5V - like motor control or a...

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Seeed Launches ODYSSEY-X86J4105 – An Expandable x86 Mini Computer with Arduino support
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Seeed Launches ODYSSEY-X86J4105 – An Expandable x86 Mini Computer with Arduino support

Seeed Studio has launched the ODYSSEY Single Board Computer with an Arduino Coprocessor onboard, and an Intel Gemini Lake SoC is arguably the most expandable x86 Mini Computer available with an enormous amount of peripherals arsenal. Odyssey comes as a family of SBCs (Single Board...

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Free Elektor Article: Using E-paper with the Arduino
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Free Elektor Article: Using E-paper with the Arduino

Electronic paper — a.k.a. e-paper — is an unusual type of display. Once a picture (or text) is displayed, no further energy is required to maintain the display. Energy is only required to change the display. This is very useful in applications where the amount of available energy is...

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Kryptor FPGA: Open-source hardware end-to-end encryption
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Kryptor FPGA: Open-source hardware end-to-end encryption

Data security and privacy are becoming more of a necessary requirement for the Internet of Things (IoT), and other communication-based solutions. This is because for these solutions to become ubiquitous in homes, businesses, and agencies around the world, they have to be immune to data...

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Arduino based Milliohm Meter with LCD display
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Arduino based Milliohm Meter with LCD display

One of the best things about being a maker is the ability to make your own tools. We have covered the development of several electronics tools in past, from voltmeters to battery testers. For today’s tutorial, we will add another tool to the list by examining the development of a...

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dbLoRa-X1 is a Arduino compatible battery operated LoRaWAN End Node
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dbLoRa-X1 is a Arduino compatible battery operated LoRaWAN End Node

Arduino compatible battery-operated LoRaWAN End Node using the RFM95 with the ATMega328P microcontroller. Requirements: Install the Arduino IDE Install MCCI LMIC library https://github.com/mcci-catena/arduino-lmic Inside the Arduino Libraries folder, Go to...

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