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This wireless door lock is made from an old RC car.  #upcycle #reuse #electronics
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Recycled Wireless Door Lock (No Coding)

Recycled Wireless Door Lock (No Coding): While a lot can be done with a microcontroller and some code sometimes a project can get by just by using some electronics that serves the same or a similar purpose as what you're trying to build.This concept is what we will be looking at in the pro…

ESP8266 BASIC WiFi Thermostat Is Child’s Play

If you've read any of our posts in the last couple years, you'll have noted that our community is stoked about bringing the Internet to their devices on the cheap with the ESP8266 modules. Why? This f...

Arduino DCC Function Decoder

Arduino DCC Function Decoder

SMA22 – Low Cost DCC Controller/Function Generator for Animation, Test Tracks, Absolute Stopping Blocks for Keep-Alive DCC Locos | Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine | Having fun with model trains | Instant access to model railway resources without barriers
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SMA22 – Low Cost DCC Controller/Function Generator for Animation, Test Tracks, Absolute Stopping Blocks for Keep-Alive DCC Locos

The Raspberry Pi can have so many extras connected to it and the 16x2 LCD screen is no exception. It requires a few wires but is relatively easy to setup.
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Raspberry Pi LCD Tutorial

How to setup a 16x2 LCD display.

SMA10 – Build a 17-Function DCC Decoder for about $5 | Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine | Having fun with model trains | Instant access to model railway resources without barriers

SMA10 – Build a 17-Function DCC Decoder for about $5

SMA22 – Low Cost DCC Controller/Function Generator
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SMA22 – Low Cost DCC Controller/Function Generator for Animation, Test Tracks, Absolute Stopping Blocks for Keep-Alive DCC Locos

47 Projects to Do With a 555!
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47 Projects to Do With a 555!

47 Projects to Do With a 555!: These are a whole bunch of things to make with the 555 timer IC with a note for each picture. I do not take credit for these schematics, they were made by Collin Mitchel. As you would probably think it took me a very long time to make this but it w…

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Model Railroading with Arduino | Combining the Power of Arduino with the Fun of Model Railroading

Model Railroading with Arduino – Combining the Power of Arduino with the Fun of Model Railroading

Bipolar Transistor Cookbook — Part 4 | Nuts & Volts Magazine

Bipolar Transistor Cookbook — Part 4

Nuts & Volts Magazine is written for the hands-on electronics hobbyist, design engineer, technician, and experimenter.

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Enabling the use of LEDs

Visit LEDSupply for helpful BLOG articles on learning to use LEDs, LED Drivers, Optics, Heatsinks, Strips & DIY LED Projects!

Three years ago I build an automatic switch that I use to turn a shop vac on when I use my miter saw. And although it has been working perfectly ever since, I wanted to make an updated version that is less complex and easier to make. This new version uses just three components to …

Make this load sensing automatic switch

Three years ago I build an automatic switch that I use to turn a shop vac on when I use my miter saw. And although it has been working perfectly ever since, I wanted to make an updated version that is less complex and easier to make. This new version uses just three components to …

How to Reverse Engineer a Schematic From a Circuit Board
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How to Reverse Engineer a Schematic From a Circuit Board

How to Reverse Engineer a Schematic From a Circuit Board: This project is a result of needing to service a domestic electronic item without being able to obtain a circuit diagram. The process proved to be very long and painstaking, but also very rewarding. The steps presented here are not exact, and you …

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