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Lighting up RGB LED Strip – Arduino


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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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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Using Cytron SKM53 GPS Shield with CT-UNO

2015-02-16 23.00.15

In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to use the Cytron SKM53 GPS Shield. SKM53 GPS Shield is a newly designed shield from Cytron. This GPS shield is a shield version of SKM53 GPS Starter Kit designed for Arduino lovers, with features such as on board level shifter, 3.3V regulator, and selectable serial pin. Using […]

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SKds40A + dsPIC30F4013 Library


Hi guys, which do you prefer between 5V logic or 3.3V logic microcontroller? I believe that 5V logic is much more popular among students, beginner and hobbyist. However when you want to go with advance microcontroller, it doesn’t support 5V logic microcontroller. So, what is the most advance microcontroller with 5V logic? In PIC series, […]

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RFID Reader ID-20LA (125kHz) with Arduino

2015-02-16 16.18.52

In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to use the RFID Reader ID-20LA with CT-UNO (or any Arduino Uno equivalent). Before going through this tutorial, please have a look on the getting started with Compact RFID Reader, ID-20LA.     Hardware Required: Below are the parts required to build the RFID prototyping shield: […]

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Using AVR-USBasp to Program Arduino


Generally, there are two methods to load the program into Arduino: USB/Serial Communication method ISP method The first method is the most common method, which implemented using USB-to-serial adapter chip/converter. For example, CT-UNO is using FTDI FT23x chips which is a popular USB-to-serial adapter chip, and BBFuino requires UC00A USB-to-serial converter to load the program. While […]

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Using ISP to Burn Bootloader into Arduino


If you are building your own Arduino, or need to replace the IC, you will need to load a bootloader program into the Atmega328 (on UNO and BBFuino). There are also cases where you have put your board into a weird setting and you cannot upload code into it, reinstalling the bootloader will be the […]

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Wireless Communication between Arduino and Computer with RFBee.


Tutorial demonstrate Wireless Communication between Arduino and Computer with RFBee using XBee shield and SKXBee. Hardware Require: CT-UNO + USB Micro B cable SKXBee + USB Mini B cable RFBee 433MHz UART wireless module (1km)  x2 Arduino LCD Shield Cytron XBee Shield Adapter 12V 2A   Stack the Cytron XBee Shield onto CT-UNO. Push the slide switch on RFBee […]

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Arduino Edubot using 2Amp Motor Driver Shield

2015-01-21 22.11.08

In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to build your own Arduino Edubot using the 2Amp Motor Driver Shield. A simple line following robot will be created using the 2Amp Motor Driver shield together with the LSS05 Auto Calibrating Line Sensor.     Hardware Required: Below are the parts required to build an […]

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