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In this project, the presenter would be constructing a simple Smart Plug. Components used for this project: LED strip remote control Soldering Iron USB 5V RGB LED Strip IR Remote Controller Courtesy: Let's See Inside
This video contains the basic introduction of multiplexer and demultiplexer. As we know, Multiplexer and Demultiplexer is a combinational logic circuit. The multiplexer selects one input among several inputs as an output but Demultiplexer selects one output among several...
In this video, the presenter is going to construct a mini Raspberry Pi server with a built-in UPS. A Raspberry Pi makes a great server for a NAS or for media streaming, home automation or even a home security hub...
In this video, we use a Raspberry Pi Zero W and a Raspberry Pi camera to make a smart security camera! The camera uses object detection (with OpenCV) to send you an email whenever it sees an intruder. It...
Drones have evolved over the years and become perfect flying machines. Why are drones designed the way they are today? Why are they so efficient at moving so swiftly? In this video, the presenter will tell us about the drone’s...
In this video tutorial, the presenter will take a look at how capacitors work differently in series vs parallel configurations! Courtesy: Simply Electronics
In this video tutorial, the presenter will be explaining it to the basic of Potentiometers (Working, Component explanation, Applications, and uses). Courtesy: Simply Electronics
In this video tutorial, the presenter is going to construct a 20 KG Capacity Weight Scale using an Arduino Nano development board. Courtesy: Et Discover
In this DIY project, the presenter would be building four different types of Siren Generators. These are as follows: Police Siren Fire Force Gun Shot Ambulance The details include assembly, circuit diagram/schematic, pin outs, testing & circuit on bread board Courtesy:...
Batteries can be divided into two major categories: Primary Batteries Secondary batteries. A primary battery is a disposable kind of battery. Once used, it cannot be recharged. Alkaline batteries, Mercury batteries, Silver-Oxide batteries, and Zinc carbon batteries are examples of...
 
 

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