Glenn Dillon
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ESP8266 with Multiple Analog Sensors

ESP8266 with Multiple Analog Sensors

This question gets asked every day in Answers and the Forums: What resistor do I use with my LEDs? So I've put together several different ways to figure it out.Lets get right to it:Each of the steps do the same thing. Step 1 is the simplest and we go downhill from there. No mater what way you choose you must first know these three things:Supply voltage This is how much power you're putting into the circuit. Batteries and wall warts will have the output voltage printed on them somewhere. If…

This question gets asked every day in Answers and the Forums: What resistor do I use with my LEDs? So I've put together several different ways to figure it out.Lets get right to it:Each of the steps do the same thing. Step 1 is the simplest and we go downhill from there. No mater what way you choose you must first know these three things:Supply voltage This is how much power you're putting into the circuit. Batteries and wall warts will have the output voltage printed on them somewhere. If…

High-Power Control: Arduino + N-Channel MOSFET

High-Power Control: Arduino + N-Channel MOSFET

Multiple Nodes nRF24L01+ Wireless Temperature DS18B20 with Arduino UNO (2 Transmitter , 1 Receiver)

Multiple Nodes nRF24L01+ Wireless Temperature DS18B20 with Arduino UNO (2 Transmitter , 1 Receiver)