Posts Tagged ‘Arduino shield’

Arduino Shield for CAT M1 and NB-IoT modems

Monday, April 22nd, 2019

Michael Krumpus designed and built an Arduino shield for Nimbelink Skywire CAT M1 and NB-IoT modems, that is available on Github: Nimbelink has a development kit for use by product developers, but it’s rather expensive. I wanted to try out a Nimbelink CAT M1 modem without the dev kit, and...

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Arduino MPPT solar charger shield

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Lukas Fässler made an MPPT solar charger project and wrote a post on his blog detailing its assembly: The basic idea behind an MPPT solar charger is simple. A solar panel has a certain voltage (in the region of 17 to 18 volts for a 12 volts pannel, somwhat dependent...

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Nokia phone Arduino shield

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Charles Pax is making an Arduino shield for the old Nokia phone: The cheapest and most common old phone we’ve seen is the Nokia 3100. There’s no camera, no Bluetooth, no WiFi, no frills at all. Perfect! We can pick it up in the market for just a few dollars. This...

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Arduino-based inductance meter

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

Lukas of Soldernerd built a DIY Arduino-based inductance meter: I’ve just finished a little Arduino project. It’s a shield for the Arduino Uno that lets you measure inductance. This is a functionality that I found missing in just about any digital multi meter. Yes, there are specialized LCR meters that let you...

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Announcing OpenSprinkler Bee (OSBee) Arduino Shield v1.0

Monday, June 16th, 2014

Another open source project from RaysHobby, the OpenSprinkler Bee (OSBee) shield: OpenSprinkler Bee (OSBee) shield is an open-source Arduino shield for battery-operated (latching solenoid) sprinkler valves. It's useful for gardening, lawn watering, flower and plant irrigation, and other watering applications. OSBee has a built-in boost converter and H-bridges to control...

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Build an Arduino shield for Quadcopter – Arduino adapter

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Oscar  built  his own Arduino shield for Quadcopter: I have been searching for ideas of making a Quadcopter Arduino flight controller Adapter to sit my Arduino nano board and the GY80, also have some header pins for motors and receiver to make the cabling tidy. There are a lot of Arduino...

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mbedR3uino: mbed adapter for Arduino shields

Monday, September 30th, 2013

Dave VW shared his project mbedR3uino in the forum: The mbedR3uino is a vertical shield adapter for the mbed prototyping platform. It provides compatibility with standard Arduino shields including the pins added to Arduino Uno R3 to make shields more independent between main boards. SPI, UART, I2C, Analog, Digital, and PWM...

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TL-WR702N as Arduino shield

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Dirk has written an article detailing how to make a simple Arduino wireless shield using  the TL-WR702N wifi router: There’s always the need for cheaper Arduino equipment and there’s always the need for wireless activities in your project. But an Arduino wireless shield costs much. Everyone of us has got...

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