EN - This is a digital servo tester using a simple Attiny44 chip.
Code can be downloaded from [https://bit.ly/3vDNJo2](https://bit.ly/3vDNJo2)
(Also need software servo library found here https://playground.arduino.cc/ComponentLib/Servo/ and to program from Arduino need these boards https://github.com/SpenceKonde/ATTinyCore/blob/master/Installation.md)
more in this video https://youtu.be/8KIR4aokr...
This is a PCB for a previous project that I did. **(The circuit and the PCB's thumbnails are wrong, but when you click on 'open in editor', the correct circuit and PCB open.)**
For more details, check https://easyeda.com/prathikprashanth/pbl-sem-5-buck-linear-voltage-regulator
The exposed copper surfaces that you see are for heatsinking. Instead of using an actual heatsink, this is a good way of...
In this project, I will go through the process of designing and making a flight controller board from scratch for a micro-quadcopter. This board will be based on the ATMega328 microcontroller and will be used to control four coreless DC motors. The whole PCB making process from designing of the schematic to [**custom circuit board**] is done using EasyEDA. If you are interested in the circuit p...
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Since a lot of our followers asked for a tutorial to guide them to make a basic Robot we decided to provide this instructable that describe a step by step making of **LINE FOLLOWER Robot**, so you will find all the necessary software and hardware parts to make your own Robot following these steps
Note: In this project the main part was made usi...
This is a battery powered sensor board based on the ESP8266 (ESP-12F).
By using a TPL5111 chip the battery consumption can be reduced to about 1µA when the ESP is not enabled. When the TPL5111 chip receives 5V at it's wake up pin this will turn the ESP on by enabling the 3.3V voltage regulator. At this moment you can run any program you want. If you want to turn the ESP off again you have to drive...
I made this schematic for the Arduino Nano 3.2 to be as close as possible to the official schematic found [here](https://www.arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/Arduino_Nano-Rev3.2-SCH.pdf). I chose similar components as on the official Nano. This does mean the schematic is a bit weird, as the resistors, for example, are merged into resistor arrays, meaning I had to make some jumps to the arrays. The PCB d...
Using a 555 timer and a mosfet to control the speed of a DC motor with a potentiometer.
Video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nwNKPs2gco
Usando un circuito integrado 555 y un mosfet para controlar la velocidad de un motor DC con la ayuda de un potenciometro.
Video aquí https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2N2OEicXJE
Based on the open-source NFC tool ChameleonMini: https://github.com/emsec/ChameleonMini License
and its 'iceman fork', the project ChameleonMini RevE Rebooted https://github.com/iceman1001/ChameleonMini-rebooted
This board is based on RevE-Reboot and is an alternative printed circuit board for this project as the original printed circuit board is not publicly available.
Проект основанный на откр...
Hi, I'm Juan Manuel and I'm a content creator at YouTube, my channel is called "**Mundo Electronica**".
I want to participate in the ** *JLCPCB "PCB DESIGN CHALLENGE"* **, and my project consists of a decorative **Arc Reactor** for Halloween, that is attached under a T-shirt.
*Powered by a recycl...
This is my atmega8 (and ATmega328 compatible) development board.
As it has the uart connector, you can program it in the arduino ide, if you are into that. You just need to download the bootloader through isp programming.
(I personally prefer to do it the expert way)
I added some connectors according to what I usually use:
I2C (also pull ups)
SPI (with an extra pin for devices such as nrf24,...
This schematic has a few functions to this circuit. This circuit takes voltages starting from 4V to a max. of 13V. It was an open source project I found online. I've redone this board's schematic. But when it came to de PCB design I kinda lost it. I got as close to sorting the components on the board, but I didn't know where to start connecting wires or how. I'm taking a little break, but if anyon...