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Category Archives for Arduino

ESP8266 OTA Updates with Arduino IDE | Over the Air

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OTA (Over the Air) update is the process of loading a new firmware to ESP8266 module using WiFi connection rather than a serial communication. This type of functionality is extremely useful in case of no physical access to the ESP module.

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Getting Started with ESP32 Dev Module

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This is a getting started guide for the ESP32 Dev Module. If you’re familiar with the ESP8266, the ESP32 is its sucessor. The ESP32 is loaded with lots of new features the two most important: it combines WiFi and Bluetooth wireless capabilities and it’s dual core.

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Installing the ESP32 Board in Arduino IDE (Mac and Linux instructions)

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The ESP32 is currently being integrated with the Arduino IDE just like it was done for the ESP8266, but not everything is working at the moment (see here). This add-on for the Arduino IDE allows you to program the ESP32 using the Arduino IDE and its programming language. If you like the ESP32, you might also enjoy reading all my ESP8266 […]

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Installing the ESP32 Board in Arduino IDE (Windows instructions)

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The ESP32 is currently being integrated with the Arduino IDE just like it was done for the ESP8266, but not everything is working at the moment (see here). This add-on for the Arduino IDE allows you to program the ESP32 using the Arduino IDE and its programming language. If you like the ESP32, you might also enjoy reading all my ESP8266 […]

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20 Free Guides for Arduino Modules and Sensors

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The Arduino community has created a wide variety of modules and sensors that can enhance your projects. Here’s the ultimate collection of 20 free guides for Arduino Modules and Sensors that can help you get started with them. Let’s start!

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Guide for Relay Module with Arduino

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This post shows how to use a relay module with your Arduino. It starts by demonstrating how to connect the relay to mains voltage and to the arduino. Then, you’ll have an example on how to control a lamp with a relay module and a PIR motion sensor.

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Guide for the Tilt Sensor (inclinometer) with Arduino

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This post shows how to use the tilt sensor module with the Arduino. The tilt sensor is many times referred to as inclinometer, tilt switch or rolling ball sensor. Using a tilt sensor is a simple way to detect orientation or inclination.

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Guide for Microphone Sound Sensor with Arduino

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This post shows how to use the microphone sound sensor with the Arduino board.

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9 Arduino Compatible Temperature Sensors for Your Electronics Projects

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Reading the temperature with the Arduino is a very useful task. It is commonly used in a weather station project or in a home thermostat, for example. There are several ways of measuring the temperature.

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