By Muchiri John
This Module is a 3-axis Xyz accelerometer using Freescale MMA7361L micromachined ±1.5g or ±6g sensitivity. It's great for a motion sensing or stab...
This module is based on TCS3200 programmable color light-to-frequency converters that combine configurable silicon photodiodes and a current-to-fre...
A PIR motion sensor, is a small, low power and inexpensive sensor that is used to sense objects emitting low level radiation e.g humans, cats, dogs...
If you are interested in adding the ‘magic’ of touch to control your electronics project, a capacitive touch sensor module might be the way to go. ...
This tutorial shows how to hook up a piezo buzzer and an Arduino Uno board to make a simple sound alarm whose volume can be adjusted . The buzzer i...
By Mercy Ngoiri
In this lesson we will learn how to set up the computer to get started with Arduino, that is, downloading and installing the software and then open...
Arduino is an open-source prototyping platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards are able to read inputs - light on a sens...
simple and fun step by step guides and tutorials for beginners to get started in the world of electronics and coding
unlock the potential of Arduino, Microcontrollers, sensors etc and create amazing projects
learn how to use the right components and parts, power supply and displays that match your project needs
A place for educators to learn on what kits or projects they can use to teach STEM in a fun and easy way.