In this article we look at a dot matrix display from keyestudio which is controlled by a HT16K33 The 8X8 dot matrix is composed of 64 light-emitting diodes, and each.
In this article we look at creating and displaying custom characters on an I2C 16x2 LCD to an Arduino, we chose an Arduino Uno but there is no reason this.
In this example we will write to the EEPROM which is on the micro controller of the Arduino The supported micro-controllers on the various Arduino and Genuino boards have different.
In this example we will add bluetooth support to our Arduino, there are several low cost modules labelled either Hc-05 or HC-06. Here is a picture of one of them.
In previous posts we showed some examples for the 4067 16-Channel multiplexer - Arduino and 4067 LED example The HCF4051 device is a monolithic integrated circuit fabricated in MOS (metal oxide semiconductor).
In this example we’ll be using the Microchip 24LC256 EEPROM, this chip when connected to an Arduino can increase the available memory space by 32kbytes. Here is a pinout of.
In this example we connect an Arduino to a L9110 fan module. This is a commonly found, basic low cost module which consists of an L9110 chip and a small.
In a previous example, we did a basic copy of the Arduino capacitance shield but hey outputting to the Serial Monitor is a bit boring, so how about we pick.