Using a DS3231 Module with Arduino

Using a DS3231 Module with Arduino

Every computer is equipped with an internal real time clock that allows it to know the date. Arduino type microcontrollers do not have PSTN. The DS3231 module gives the Arduino the ability to calculate the date, allowing it to control time more precisely. Hardware...
Drive a brushless motor with Arduino

Drive a brushless motor with Arduino

One of the main objectives of robotics is to articulate objects. To do this, it is very common to use electric motors. In the case of flying robots, such as drones, the actuators need a high rotational speed to turn the propellers and allow flight. In this case,...
Using a WiFi Shield with Arduino

Using a WiFi Shield with Arduino

The WiFi Shield allows the Arduino card to connect to the internet via a wireless LAN. It integrates an SD card reader that allows to store data or a web page to drive the Arduino.The basis for creating connected objects is to connect them to a network such as the...
Using a 16×2 LCD Shield with Arduino

Using a 16×2 LCD Shield with Arduino

One of the most widely used information display elements in the Arduino world is the 16×2 LCD (Liquid Crystal Display). When manufacturing an electronic system, it can be interesting to have it give us some information about its status without having to connect...
Using a PIR sensor with Arduino

Using a PIR sensor with Arduino

It is possible to activate a system, such as an alarm, by detecting the presence of a person using a PIR motion sensor. In home automation, it is common practice to operate devices when a person enters a room. This is made possible by motion sensors such as the...