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Generating and uploading BIN files to an ESP8266

When you have a number of cards to flash with the same program, it can be interesting to flash the compiled BIN file directly into the ESP8266. This has two interests. It saves you time on uploading and it protects your source code if you share the program with...

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Generating and uploading HEX files to an Arduino

When you have a number of Arduino boards to flash with the same program, it can be interesting to flash the HEX compiled file directly. This has two interests. It saves you time on uploading and it allows third parties to upload a program without using the Arduino...

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Using an AC dimmer with ESP32

In home automation, it is interesting to be able to manipulate alternating current in order to control different electrical appliances such as lamps or fans. The AC voltage dimmer is a module allowing to vary the power of an alternating current. It has the same use as...

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Last news

Sensors list

You can find here the available Sensors with their dimensions and technical characteristics. Click on a picture to display the details. If you want to add a Sensor in our data base, please send us a mail with the brand and the reference.   List of Sensor PICAMV2...

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Servomotors list

You can find here the available Servomotors with their dimensions and technical characteristics. Click on a picture to display the details. If you want to add a Servomotor in our data base, please send us a mail with the brand and the reference.   List of...

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Projects

Adding the F() function to an INO file with Python

One of the big interests of programming is to automate simple tasks. A good example I have encountered is the modification of several lines of code in an INO file for Arduino. After writing a few dozen lines of code in C++ for my Arduino project, I found myself with a...

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Develop a serial monitor with Python

When developing a project with Arduino, Raspberry Pi or any microcontroller you will certainly have to create a graphical interface like, a serial monitor, for the management of the system (debugging, observing measurements, launching actions, etc.). There are a lot...

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Make your robot interactive with an LCD16x2 screen

When making a robot, it can be fun to give it more life by making it interactive. For example, it is possible to give him the floor, make him make sounds or change color depending on external actions and his states. In this project, we will use an LCD16x2 screen,...

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