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Picture of the finished circuit DS18B20, relay and ATtiny85.

Getting Temp from DS18B20 to an ATtiny & control a relay

Here is episode 10 of Anything Arduino. In this episode we connect a DS18B20 to the Arduino. We download the OneWire library, and then go through how the scratchpad can be used and then we make a small circuit with an ATtiny to control a heater with ... Read more

Picture of the Apple remote and the Arduino setup to catch the commands from the Apple Remote.

Apple Remote as a Universal Remote Control using Arduino

Heres another episode of Anything Arduino. In this episode we make a small device that takes the IR signals from an Apple Remote and sends out completely different IR-signals to control any IR controllable device with the Apple remote. We download an... Read more

Pinout configuration of the Vishay tsop 38238

TSOP38238

IR Receiver Modules for Remote Control Systems

The TSOP382.., TSOP384.. series are miniaturized
receivers for infrared remotecontrol systems. A PIN diode
and a preamplifier are assembled on a lead frame, the epoxy
package acts as an IR filter.
The demodulated output signal can... Read more

Picture showing the setup arduino-595-7segment led display

Using a 595 to control a 7-segment LED display

This simple sketch and accompanying video shows how to connect an Arduino to a 7-segment LED display using a 74HC595. In the files section you will find the diagram with the binary values for displaying the numbers on the seven segment LED display. A... Read more

pINCONFIGURATION FOR THE hef4511

HEF4511

BCD to 7-segment latch/decoder/driver

The HEF4511B is a BCD to 7-segment latch/decoder/driver with four address inputs (D0 to D3), an active HIGH latch enable input (LE), an active LOW ripple blanking input (BL), an active LOW lamp test input (LT), and sev... Read more

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an image Using the 555 timer as an external clock for the Arduino
Often when I’m programming the Arduino, I can be a bit sloppy about time handling. I’ll throw in a delay(1000) without really thinking about it. And, for the most part, that works just fine. The delay() is just to “slow things d... Read more
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