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    The LoRa shield: an Open Source Arduino’s long-range communication module

      Let’s equip Arduino with a long-range communication module, and one based on Semtech technology.    In this post we had the chance to talk about two technologies that compete for the market of the low-energy, long-range...

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    LORA™ Shield for ARDUINO™.

    LoRa™ shield for Arduino™ is a long range transceiver on a Arduino shield form factor, compatible with Grove modules and based on Open source library. It can be used, as suggested application, to control a geographically distributed...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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    Arduino NeuroRobotic shield: robots for all!

    The “one man band” of the open source hardware robotics solution. With this shield, making your own robot is plain sailing! The DynamixShield is an electronics board that fits onto an Arduino Due microcontroller to give you...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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    Tsunami joins ArduinoAtHeart program: the easiest way to get started with analog signals

    Tsunami is a new powerful and flexible signal generator built on the Arduino platform and the best way to get started experimenting with analog signals. Nick Johnson, its creator, took the versatile processor behind the Arduino Leonardo,...

    • Posted 12 months ago
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    Top 5 Wireless Ways to Communicate with your Controller

    One of the strongest trend we have seen this year at CES2015 is, as you can imagine easily, the IoT (Internet of Things) development. Consequently, the most important component needed is the “connection and communication” module that...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    The Open Source Snow Plow Robot: discovering the Firmware

        Just a few weeks ago, we presented in this blog the maker version of a motorized snowplow, similar to those  available in many bricolage shopping malls. In fact our robot is a particular caterpillar track,...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Welcome to the Arduino MRF24J40 Wireless Shield

        We will equip Arduino with wireless connectivity basing on MRF24J4 module by Microchip. As a sample application, we will remotely control a relay, operated by a floating input, and we will virtualize the Arduino USB...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Here comes the open source Snow Plow Robot

    We present a caterpillar robot based on Arduino Uno, remotely controlled through a Play Station 2 wireless controllers.   Since we are not insensitive to solutions making life easier, we have considered the idea of creating and...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Using Aurel RFTide along with Arduino: the RFTide Shield

    Putting in contact the wireless world of the mesh networks with the world of Arduino allows the developers to create new and interesting applications, particularly in the field of domotics. To reach the objective, we created a...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Equipping Arduino with a powerful Web server thanks to the Wi-Fi Shield

    We’ll show you today how to use the WiFi shield and its libraries to turn Arduino into a Web Server; in addition, we are going to use the  I/O Expander shield to provide more input and outputs to...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Powering Arduino with Batteries thanks to a Battery Shield

    Today we’ll show you how to feed a whole Arduino system from a battery, optimizing energy consumption to ensure that the batteries would provide power to the complete system for few years. Perhaps, the only shortcoming of...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Arduino as a programmable logic controller (PLC)

    Today we’ll explain how to exploit the potential of Arduino as a programmable logic controller, connecting it to appropriate interfaces for I/O. The PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) has been and still is the basic component of the...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    A Robotic lawn mower powered by Solar Energy with an Arduino heart

    This robot will mow the grass of your garden, staying within a defined area, avoiding all obstacles and working in complete autonomy, automatically charging itself with a solar panel. In this post we present a robotic lawn...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    An Easy and Customizable Arduino powered Weather Station connected with Xively

    Use Arduino as a Xively HTTP client and interact with the new shield for power management. We already talked about WiFi connectivity for Arduino in other posts, presenting the design of a high performance WiFi shield and...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Adding telemetry to OpenWheels and feel like a PRO

    The series of posts devoted to the OpenWheels platform continues with the description of the processes related to the verification and management of the data collected from the sensors through a dedicated telemetry software .   At...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    An I²C Bus powered Arduino IO Expander Board controlled via Bluetooth and Android

    Today we’ll expand Arduino’s digital resources thanks to an I2C bus equipped shield and we’ll allow the management of the board via a bluetooth connection RN-42 through an Android systems. All Arduino boards feature a number of...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    A useful and simple IO Shield for Arduino

    In order to “visually” highlight the behavior of Arduino programs you must connect a device to the I/O pins, which gives you tangible signals. Normally, if you want to check if a program changes a level of...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    A new Wi-Fi Shield to connect your Arduino to the Internet

    Since now on, it will be easy to provide your Arduino with Internet connectivity by using this shield. The shield sports a TCP/IP stack manager, in order to free up the Arduino from some basic tasks. It’s...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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