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555 Timer circuit, usage and applications

555 Timer circuit details and applications: We widely used 555 timer IC in electronic projects . This chip has multi-function time-based output signals. We can use 555 IC chips with the Arduino or make separate projects. It is available with different brand names, i.e., LM555, NE555, and SE555. But it is originally manufactured by Texas Instruments. The chip is manufactured in different packages, e.g. SOIC, PDIP, VSSOP. For more details, the 555 timer ic datasheet is available at the Texas official site. We use it for time-based operated siren circuits, control motor speed, and operating led flasher circuits. It can produce a lot of functions, e.g., oscillation, Astable, Monostable, flip-flop logic, and pulse width modulation. How does a Timer IC work? You can get a lot of solutions from the chip if you want to understand how it works. There are a lot of timer projects and applications, e.g., timer-controlled circuits, sound, LED flashers, and more. 555 Timer Pinout The circuit diag

Resistor Calculator with Graphical Chart

Resistor Calculator for measuring resistance A is a very useful tool for anyone working on electronic experiments or projects. It is easy to use and has a simple design. To get resistance for Led voltage drop or your circuit resistance, you can use an online calculator or look up a formula. We can use it for voltage drops or led current limiting. Online resistor calculator It is a simple and easy-to-use online resistor calculator instead of using formulas. It comes with different bands e.g.3 band, 4, 5, and 6 bands. The program calculates resistor values. # Get in touch with more interesting topics ……… 1- How to use a led Matrix with Arduino . 2- Arduino books for projects . 3- Best Arduino kits for beginners . Standard Table For Calculating 4 Band Resistors Online Resistor Calculator (4 Band) Graphical Resistor Calculator Graphical Resistor Calculator is a Free Software to easily calculate the

Arduino sensors modules for beginners and experts.

Best Arduino Sensors List - for beginners What is Sensor? A Sensor is a device used as the primary element that measures physical value and converts it into an electrical signal. Also, we can say that the sensor is a transducer. It measures temperature, distance, light, sound, etc. Sensors and actuators are widely used in Arduino projects. These sensors come with a kit or can be purchased separately. Some of them are compatible with Arduino Uno boards and also Raspberry Pi and other electronics modules. There are a lot of types of Arduino sensor kits available in the market. How many types of Arduino Sensors? There are a lot of sensors used in electronics projects , e.g. robotics cars, moving objects, flying drones, IoT(internet of things), sound and light operated, etc. Here a list of 45 in 1 electronic sensor that comes with an Arduino sensors kit , and the details of their applications. Analog temperature Sensors KY 013 temperature sensor KY-013 is an analog temperature sensor m

Arduino Nano pinout. Tutorial with Diagram and Details

Arduino Nano pinout details with schematic Arduino Nano comes in small size and has the same function as Arduino Duemilanove. Nano contains Atmega328P Microcontroller as the main chip. Nano uses a small jack for the DC power supply.  For the USB interface and power, it uses a mini USB type B cable.   It is an electronic experimental board and being small in size,  we could install it easily in our projects . It has more analog pins than Uno, so very helpful to create controlling type electronics projects . Arduino Nano pin Diagram The pinout of Arduino nano is very easy to understand if you look at the board. Arduino Nano Board Details If you look at the Nano board Arduino Nano Pins the Atmega328P micro-controller is the major component of the board. The board has four LEDs for different identification. For ON, RX for receiving data, TX for transmitting data, and L for loading the program. Atmega328P Datasheet To learn Arduino Nano pin out it is necessary to understand the datashee

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