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Automated grapefruit segmenter

Automated grapefruit segmenter using Atmega644

Part I. High Level Design 1 Rationale and Problem Overview As regular grapefruit consumers, both of us could appreciate the value in automating the cutting procedure. We saw the problem as suitable for a final project because it is [very] challenging while requiring a combination of software, analog electrical hardware, and physical components. The device has …

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AC

Control Daikin AC From Anywhere With Beautiful UI and Losant Using Atmega

In this instructable we will learn how to control Daikin air-conditioner from any point in the world using Losant IoT Enterprise Platform and their amazing UI dashboard                         The ESP8266 is a low-cost Wi-Fi chip with full TCP/IP stack and MCU (microcontroller unit) Step 1: How …

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Building Homie Devices

Building Homie Devices for IoT or Home Automation Using Atmega

This instructable is part of my DIY Home Automation series, check out main article “Planning a DIY Home Automation System“. If you don’t know yet what Homie is, have a look at homie-esp8266 + homie from Marvin Roger. There are many many sensors. I’m covering the very basic ones in order to give reader the requirements to get started building …

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LED-DISPLAY-SPEED-METER-CIRCUIT

LED DISPLAY SPEED METER CIRCUIT WITH AT89C51 USING ATMEGA

Speed Meter Circuit consists of four parts. These Supply solid floor Sensor sensor, microcontroller and microcontroller solid hexadecimal numbers we obtained from the 7-segment display technology with time code converter solid. Program Keil µVision3… Electronics Projects, LED Display Speed Meter Circuit with AT89C51 “8051 example, avr project, keil example, microcontroller projects, “ Speed Meter Circuit consists of four parts. …

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Ultra-compact mini-spectrometer integrating MEMS and image sensor technologies

The MS series are thumb-sized (27.6 × 13 × 16.8 mm) spectrometer heads developed for installation into mobile measurement equipment by merging our MEMS and image sensor technologies. The MS series use a CMOS image sensor integrated with a light receiving slit. The internal optical system is comprised of a convex lens on which a …

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Wheelchair Pride Project

Wheelchair Pride Project Using Atmega

The Wheelchair Pride Project is designed to allow wheelchair users to feel confident and empowered in their chairs by creating an avenue for self-expression within the chair itself. Oftentimes wheelchairs are cold and industrial looking because they are designed for functionality, but when a wheelchair is used regularly it becomes an extension of an individual …

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Graphene MEMS Outperforms Silicon

Graphene can increase the sensitivity of micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) Sensors by up to 100 times, according to researchers at the Swedish KTH (Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan) Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. “The advantage of using graphene membranes for piezoresistve Sensors is their extreme thinness,” Frank Niklaus, a professor at KTH, told EE Times. “The sensitivity …

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High-Efficiency Instant-ON™ Boost Converter

The TS3310 is a low power boost converter with an industry-leading low quiescent current of 150nA, enabling ultra long battery life in systems operating from a variety of battery sources. The TS3310 is the industry’s only boost converter to specify its no-load supply current with an actively switching boost engine, providing a more accurate picture …

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Energy-harvesting power management ICs for wireless sensor nodes

Cypress Semiconductor has introduced what it believes to be the lowest-available-power PMICs that enable an integrated module size of 1 cm² for solar-powered wireless sensor node (WSN) designs. Intended to manage solar-powered wireless sensors for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, these parts are said to be the lowest-power, single-chip Energy Harvesting PMICs, and can be …

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