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This NeoPixel LED lighting based on WS2811 driver and Arduino digitally produces red, green, and blue (RGB) lights and the combinations. Originally introduced by Adafruit, the LED strips come with driver ICs that are addressable and programmable. There are several...
Measurement of liquid level in process tanks for monitoring and/or controlling is essential in process industries. In process plants, tanks contain various liquids that are generally costly. Some of the liquids are inflammable and corrosive as well. Therefore, it...
We often store important and confidential files in pen drives or flash storage drives for transferring/sharing data. Although convenient, there remains a concern regarding misplacing these storage devices that can go into wrong hands and create problems. So we...
This is an Internet of Things (IoT) based irrigation system that automatically turns on water-pump when soil moisture in the field goes below the set threshold level. It has three parts—transmitter, receiver, and the IoT system—as may be seen...
This project-based on Arduino Uno and IR sensors is used to automatically switch on and switch off a washroom’s light that works on AC mains. Whenever a person enters the washroom, the light bulb (or tubelight) will automatically turn...
The project presented here can be used to detect a vehicle’s number plate from the images stored in a database. That is, it aims at detecting the license plate of a vehicle and then extracting the information regarding that...
We have witnessed a rapid inclination towards automation lately. Considering some of the factors such as time consumption, affordability, feasibility and convenience, automation has enhanced our standards of living in numerous ways. Abiding by this notion, we are presenting...
Here is a simple project of a 6W+6W stereo amplifier using a 14-pin LA4440 IC. This amplifier can deliver an output power of 6W on a 4-ohm speaker (6W each on the left and right channels). The amplifier operates...
This project is based on MPU6050 accelerometer sensor and Arduino to wirelessly control the brightness of light. MPU6050 accelerometer senses the tilt positions of your hand in the X-axis and Y-axis and provides digital readings. Arduino Nano reads this...
One of the problems with a voice-controlled smart home automation system is the language barrier. Most of the existing home automation systems support only a few languages, including English. In this DIY project, we are going to make an Internet...