Arduino Playground - ACPhaseControl
Get started with Arduino using Entry Level products: easy to use and ready to power your first creative projects. These boards and modules are the best to start …
Overview - Arduino Lesson 13 DC Motors - Adafruit
Arduino-Based Tube Power Amplifier Controller. May 27 2016, 03:00. In a nod to the Maker Movement, this project uses a common open-source microcontroller module, the Arduino, to build an automatic power controller for a tube power amplifier. The resulting controller is very simple — a $25 Arduino module, a couple of dual op-amps, a few other
Auto_Power_Controller(APC) - Arduino Project Hub
I'm using this as a motor controller for my Arduino UNO robotic tank vehicle. My vehicle has tiny motors and works great for the application. I also use the Arduino to supply the 5V power for the module itself. The current draw of this device is will within the specs of the Arduino.
Tigra Astronomy - Arduino Power Controller
Open-source electronic prototyping platform enabling users to create interactive electronic objects.
ARDUINO CHARGE CONTROLLER - downloadsdeusmcom
0/29/2015The electricity flow to each outlet of a four-outlet household current box is controlled via TTL level signals (such as the output pins of an Arduino). Five wires are connected from the Arduino to the outlet box, four wires being connected to four Arduino output pins …
My Experiments with DCC ++ d - TrainElectronicscom
Arduino Power Controller with ASCOM Switch Driver. This driver and its source code and the accompanying Arduino Sketch are licensed under the Tigra MIT license. Essentially, anyone can do anything at all with this software, including commercially, without restriction.
Build an Arduino shield to drive high-power RGB LED
ARDUINO SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER ( Version 2. 0): [ Play Video ]One year ago, I began building my own solar system to provide power for my village house. Initially I made a LM317 based charge controller and an Energy meter for monitoring the system. Finally I …
Arduino-Based Tube Power Amplifier Controller - audioXpress
Using an Arduino microcontroller with some simple circuitry, we can monitor the AC wave to determine the proper time to turn the power on and off with the TRIAC (a 10kOhm pull-up resistor is needed at the H11AA1 pin 5). The circuit I used to do this is shown below.