Demonstrating Automate Safe Cracking with an ESP8266 and a Stepper Motor
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Demonstrating Automate Safe Cracking with an ESP8266 and a Stepper Motor

To recover a lost combination, we may see how YouTuber Zach Hipps designed and built a completely automated safe-breaking robot. Zach Hipps, who runs the YouTube channel Byte Sized Engineering, has a brother-in-law who put his safe's combination code inside the safe just before going on...

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PiSquare Introduction – an RP2040 & ESP-12E based board
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PiSquare Introduction – an RP2040 & ESP-12E based board

Onboard-RP2040 | USB-C Type Port | Multiple HAT Connectivity | ESP8266 | 0.91 OLED | 40-Pins GPIO Connectivity | 16 Mega-Byte Flash There are several ways where you can find PiSquare very useful, as we were bound to use a single HAT on Raspberry Pi or max to max 5 Raspberry Pi HATs...

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Meet ESP32-C3 Board on top of a Rechargeable 16340 Battery
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Meet ESP32-C3 Board on top of a Rechargeable 16340 Battery

What can be better than ESP8266 and ESP32? Maybe a battery-powered ESP32-C3 board designed to provide lower power consumption. LILYGO® has just launched an ESP32-C3 board with a rechargeable 16340 battery holder. The new board, aptly named LILYGO TTGO T-OI PLUS consumes lesser...

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Build Smart Home Solutions in 10mins using ITEADs PSF-B Series 1-4 Gang Ultra Low Power ESP8285 Wi-Fi Switch Module
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Build Smart Home Solutions in 10mins using ITEADs PSF-B Series 1-4 Gang Ultra Low Power ESP8285 Wi-Fi Switch Module

There is absolutely no end to the number of different types of modules and devices in which the ESP family of WiFi modules/microcontrollers have been featured, thanks to their integrated nature and small form factor. While the ESP8266 and ESP32 variants are the most known, other...

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Arduino announced that the Arduino Cloud now supports ESP32 Devices
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Arduino announced that the Arduino Cloud now supports ESP32 Devices

Arduino boards are highly manageable. They are equipped with various sets of digital and analog I/O pins that allow the user to interface with a variety of shields, modules, breadboard circuits, and other circuits. Arduino boards are the brains of many IoT-based projects. For IoT...

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SATRAN: A Wifi-controlled satellite antenna tracking system
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SATRAN: A Wifi-controlled satellite antenna tracking system

An antenna tracking system adjusts the axis of an antenna to follow a moving signal source like a communication satellite. The working of an antenna tracking system is quite simple; the antenna is, first of all, commanded to move in any direction. Then, the level of the received signal...

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Espressif Leaks RISC-V Powered ESP8266 Pin-Compatible ESP32-C3
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Espressif Leaks RISC-V Powered ESP8266 Pin-Compatible ESP32-C3

The ESP32-C3 is a WiFi SoC that contains a RISC-V core in place of the Tensilica core in the ESP32 we are all familiar with. It uses the ESP8266 pin-out. As with other ESP32 family members, this one delivers b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth LE 5, where it differs is the RISC-V 32 Single-core...

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Network Traffic Visualizer
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Network Traffic Visualizer

Have you ever wanted an indicator of how much the internet is being used at a particular time? You may want to know if your roomies are making it too slow for you to use, or just for the sole purpose of fun. For some reason, the router manufacturers usually do not include an indicator...

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