There have a request from the customer on how to make the Xbee WiFi in AP mode. It means you can connect to Xbee WiFi directly without using a router. The previous version of Xbee WiFi (S6) is not support this feature (correct me if I’m wrong), then Digi International upgrade the module to version […]
Ever heard “Simon Says” game? For those who not familiar with Simon, this was an early electronics game from the 70′s, where the user basically had to repeat back a sequence to the console to progress to the next level. This is example of electronic Simon Says DIY kit. Now we want to play it using […]
*Note: This tutorial will cover on IOIO V1. INTRODUCTION The IOIO (pronounced “yo-yo”) is a board that provides a host machine the capability of interfacing with external hardware over a variety of commonly used protocols. The original IOIO board has been specifically designed to work with Android devices. The IOIO board can be connected to […]
It has been an exciting year back in 2013. Besides launching rero in indiegogo.com, we have been busy with the development for Robot Head To Toe, not to forget the improvement and on-going development needed for rero. One of our new products is smart LED. Have you ever wanted to add LED to your project […]
rero! rero! What is that? Rero is being launched at indiegogo, a website for world to raise fund from the world J, and we are raising fund to create more interesting parts and production. Do check it out at here and please help to support (even a t-shirt or donation for school). And most importantly, […]
Introduction We had receive suggestion from user on how to integrate the SN-HC-SR04 sensor with PIC. In this section, we are using the SK40C with PIC16F887 to read the pulse width with proportion to distance and lastly display on LCD. Hardware Required SK40C […]
MiFare is a contactess smart cards system and is being trademark by NXP Semiconductors. Currently, Cytron Technologies is carrying the MiFare ISO14443A Classic 1K or 4K card reader/writer – CR038A.
MiFare is a contactless smart card system which is being trademark by NXP Semiconductors. With MiFare reader/writer, useful information can be either read from or written into MiFare cards which will then be used in applications like electronic wallet, access control, corporate ID cards, transportation and so on.
In this tutorial, users will be guided to interface the DS3231 RTC module with both PIC and Arduino. The platform to be used for the PIC interface is the SK40C board with PIC16F887 while the platform to be used for Arduino interface is the BBFUINO board, which is Arduino compatible.