Universal board for Arduino Nano and UNO and Nano shield with NRF24L01 transmitter, 16x02 LCD I2C SPI (PCF8574) display, two KY-040 Rotary Encoder, GY-521 ITG/MPU (MPU6050), Adafruit 9DOF (LSM303DLHC+L3GD20), MH-FMD BUZZER, DHT11 Humidity & Temperature Sensor, BME280 Pressure Humidity Temperature Sensor Module, MQ-8 and MQ-9 GAS SENSOR, With additional areas for dip and soic.
This project is rework Schematics and PCB 3D Wire Bending Machine from [howtomechatronics](https://howtomechatronics.com/projects/arduino-3d-wire-bending-machine/), where it is described how to work with the board and how to program it, including the source code for arduino.
***Because this board can be used for any different control of three stepper motors with Arduino, it will certainly find us...
shield Arduino Nano 3 Ejes para Cnc Router, Cnc Pcb, Cnc Protter, 3 Driver A4988 - 1 Rele Husillo - 1 Stop
Hay listas de video disponibles en youtube para montar impresoras 3D y Cnc :)
Construye tu Impresora 3D :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIqEBX92K-4&list=PLZ0YS84JESliThnaYLnrg0QZ4yhfCmPlD
Construye tu Cnc : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KLgsSKp8JU&list=PLZ0YS84JESli_7zUNOARcZsFlR...
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...
Breakout board to connect a standard Arduino Nano with the common NRF24L01 on an 8 pin board.
- NRF board is hidden under Nano for a compact form factor
- Space for on-board 3v3 regulator - LM1117S-3 & smoothing caps
- Break out connectors including
- 3x pin Analog: A/5v/0v which make it easy to connect potentiometers or use as servo/signal outputs
- 4x pin i2c: gnd/+/SDA/S...
This is an arduino nano based soldering station. **Tested, working version.**
-Designed to work with rotary encoders.
-Built in Beeper.
-Built in memory buttons to store often used temperature values.
-Built in Debounceing for the buttons. (up to 7 buttons, built in 3 buttons)
-Designed to work with a MAX6675 module for temperature readings from a K-type thermocouple.
-Built in LCD head...