Create a component in Fritzing

Create a component in Fritzing

When working on an electronics project, it’s a good idea to put your ideas on paper to make sure you do not forget anything before implementation. This allows you to verify the concept and to share a clear representation of your work with other interlocutors...
Arduino and Bluetooth module HC-05

Arduino and Bluetooth module HC-05

Arduino can communicate with other devices via Bluetooth using the module HC-05 (master/slave). It enables the Arduino to connect and exchange data with other devices such as Smartphone, computer or other microcontrollers.Bluetooth communication can be used to control...
Command a serial controller Maestro with Arduino

Command a serial controller Maestro with Arduino

When dealing with several servomotors and an extra number of outputs is needed to operate your robot (to control Hexana, for instance), a practical solution is to use a serial controller such as the Mini Maestro from Pololu. Prerequisite: Programming with Arduino,...
Build a simple servomotor driver

Build a simple servomotor driver

To control a large number of servomotors with Arduino, or other microcontroller, a servomotor driver need to be used in order to power and to send the PWM signals to the Servomotors. Several methods can be used such as using a breakout shield or a serial servo...
Control a servomotor with RaspberryPi

Control a servomotor with RaspberryPi

One of the main objective in robotics is to make things move. A way to do that is to use servomotors. In this tutorial, we’ll see how to program your Raspberry Pi to control such a device. Prerequisite: Programming with Raspberry Pi Material Screen HDMI cable...
Control 3 LEDs with Arduino and one pushbutton

Control 3 LEDs with Arduino and one pushbutton

  One of the easiest and quickest way to start learning programming and electronics with Arduino is to use LEDs. We’ll see here how to control LEDs and how to select different functionalities of the code using only one button. This summarize in a simple way...