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Demo the wireless communication distance for RFBee, both 433MHz and 434MHz, outdoor and indoor.

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This tutorial is to show the demo of wireless communication distance for RFBee, both 433MHz and 434MHz, outdoor and indoor. There are two types of RFBee available in Cytron, they are RFBee 434MHz UART Wireless Module (100m) and RFBee 433MHz UART Wireless Module (1km): RFBee 434MHz UART Wireless Module (100m):Having operating frequency of 434 MHz and wireless range of […]

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The differences between Address and Channel in RFBee.

This tutorial is to show differences between Address and Channel in RFBee module for wireless communication. There are two types of RFBee available in Cytron, they are RFBee 434MHz UART Wireless Module (100m) and RFBee 433MHz UART Wireless Module (1km): RFBee 434MHz UART Wireless Module (100m):RF operating at frequency of 434 MHz and wireless range […]

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Multipoint wireless communication between RFBee ( Master and Slave )

This tutorial is to show multipoint wireless communication between RFBee modules, by changing channel, and show the concept Master and Slave using  Arduino and RFBee module. Node A as Temperature Sensor node A Node B as Temperature Sensor node B Node C as Master node   Introduction In this example, master node control the data flow. A slave can only […]

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Using MDD10A with CIKU

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Introduction MDD10A stands for Motor Driver Dual Channel 10(Amps). This DRIVER is the dual channel version of MD10C which is designed to drive 2 brushed DC motors with high current up to 10A each continuously. Just like MD10C, MDD10A also supports locked-antiphase and sign-magnitude PWM control. It is also using full solid state components which result […]

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Using MDD10A with ARDUINO UNO

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  Introduction MDD10A stands for Motor Driver Dual Channel 10(Amps). This DRIVER is the dual channel version of MD10C which is designed to drive 2 brushed DC motors with high current up to 10A each continuously. Just like MD10C, MDD10A also supports locked-antiphase and sign-magnitude PWM control. It is also using full solid state components which […]

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Sensing: Vibration & Tilt

        Hello everyone! Today I am going to discuss about 2 types of useful sensors: Vibration Sensor (picture on the left) and Tilt Sensor (picture on the right). Both these products are available in Cytron website. This tutorial will be separated to 2 parts. Part 1: Tilt Sensor: Saving Students’ Lives About Tilt Sensor […]

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Is multipoint wireless communication between RFBee module possible ?

This tutorial is to show multipoint wireless communication between RFBee modules, by changing channel, and show the concept with 3 different nodes (Arduino + RFBee). Node A as Temperature Sensor node Node B as Master Node Node C as Computer node   Introduction Is it possible for multipoint wireless communication between RFBee module? Yes, each nodes […]

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Lighting up RGB LED Strip – Arduino

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Hello there everybody, have you ever been fascinated by the RGB LEDs on shops, houses and etc? I will be going through the basics of RGB LED Strip and how will you hook it up with an Arduino Uno. Don’t worry, it is simple and fast. This tutorial is being split into 3 sections. Hardware […]

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Arduino boards, uncertified manufacturer?

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*BTW, if you are using CT-UNO, please ignore this tutorial. CT-UNO does not have compatibility issue with any version of the Arduino IDE :) As you might have know, Arduino vs Arduino, the Arduino team is splitting off into two companies. Currently there are arduino.cc and arduino.org, both are original Arduino suppliers.  This is Arduino.cc website, […]

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SK40C vs CT-UNO

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What is SK40C?     Cytron’s SK40C is a 40 pins PIC microcontroller starter kit designed to offer an easy-to-start solution for PIC microcontroller(PIC MCU) user. Users are able to utilize the function of PIC by directly plugging the I/O components in whatever way that is convenient to them.     What is CT-UNO board?   […]

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