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Learn how to make a precisely adjustable timer with a variable delay from 1 - 100 seconds that uses the 555 IC. The 555 timer is configured as a Monostable Multivibrator. The output load is driven by the relay switch which is in turn controlled by the timer circuit.
In this project, we will introduce you to the Medium One Sandbox and Silicon Labs Thunderboard™ Sense 2 tools that will help to give you a great starting point for your own ideas and projects. Both tools are perfect for those just getting started, those working on early developments, and those just wanting to tinker and tweak.
I've always wanted a YouTube counter for my channel but they often cost more than I wanted to pay and required a YouTube API key. This design is buildable for under £15/$18, does not need an API key and sits on top of a monitor, stands on a surface or can wall mounted.
With this project, you will get a brief explanation about what's PowerShell, why I'm using it and how you also use it on your projects.
I will guide you through how you can install PowerShell on RaspberryPi, getting started with it, and write a function to get temperature!
I needed a hot wire cutter to slice up some Styrofoam for my BB8 project. I looked at buying one but they were not as cheap so I decided to make one of my own and I was so pleased with it I decided to share it with anyone else who wants to make one.
WIN ELECTROMAKER SWAG! Simply submit your code improvements or suggestions for this project in the comments section at the bottom of the page. The top 5 comments will win an Electromaker swag bag.
Have your clock tell you the time in full written sentences by lighting up hidden words in a grid of random letters. The face can also be easily swapped once complete to give it almost any style or look you like.