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Tested Circuits and Projects (261)

These circuits were tested and worked properly!
Browse through a total of 261 tested and working circuits and projects! Now you can build these projects with trust knowing the fact that all are working properly.

Arduino Nano Sensor Interface

T.K. Hareendran - 02/21/18

The nano sensor interface presented below is a microcontroller-based universal sensor interface with a power-saver mechanism. The idea, [...]

SIM800L ONE-CHANNEL SMS RELAY

T.K. Hareendran - 02/14/18

It is very easy to build an "SMS-controlled relay" with the help of a cheap GSM modem module [...]

Arduino Project – Infineon TLE94112EL Motor Control Shield

Enrico Miglino - 01/12/18

This is the first part exploring the motor control shield that I designed for the project where I [...]

Breadboard Power Supply Adaptor

Brent Voltz - 12/22/17

The Challenge One consistent challenge that I face in my lab is how to power breadboard projects. I [...]

Building a Smart Master/Slave Switch

T.K. Hareendran - 12/06/17

Here is an inexpensive and easy-to-build master/slave switch for integration into powerstrips for the automatic switching of “slaves” [...]

Hacking a Camera Shutter with Infineon TLE94112LE and Arduino – Part 2

Enrico Miglino - 11/30/17

Part 2 - Arduino Software This is the second part of the "PONF" series. For those that are [...]

Home IoT – Voice Controlled Lab Lights with Amazon Alexa and ESP8266

Brent Voltz - 11/20/17

I recently won an Amazon Echo in a BBQ cooking competition and I was eager to get it [...]

Hacking a Camera Shutter with Infineon TLE94112LE and Arduino – Part 1

Enrico Miglino - 11/16/17

Part 1 - Reverse engineering and hardware design This is the first post of the "PONF" series. I [...]

Building a DIY LED Ring for DSLR Camera

Enrico Miglino - 11/06/17

LED Ring for a DSLR Camera For me, when I start a new project, I am not interested [...]

USB Power Testing With an Arduino Controlled Dummy Load Project

T.K. Hareendran - 11/01/17

One part that I find myself using somewhat regularly in microcontroller-based experiments is the “USB power bank” that [...]

Getting Started with BLE and Arduino

T.K. Hareendran - 10/24/17

The MLT-BT05 is a readily available, inexpensive Bluetooth 4.0 module based on the Texas Instruments CC2541 Bluetooth Low [...]

Electronic Products Review Roundup

Rich Quinnell - 10/11/17

  If you like the work that T.K. Hareendran has been doing here, you should check out his [...]
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