ELECTRONOOBS

about 3 days ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - DIGITAL MAGIC 8 BALL

In this tutorial we will see how to make a Magic 8 ball with the Arduino. This is based on the real magic ball which is based on liquid and floating principle with a plastic dice with 20 answers inside. Once you shake the ball, a random side of the dice will get on top of the black liquid and a r... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 4 days ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - PCB PARA COCHE RC CON NRF24 Y BLUETOOTH

En un tutorial anterior que puede encontrar en este enlace , hemos visto cómo hacer un controlador de radio basado en Arduino con múltiples canales. Luego, hemos visto en este otro tutorial , cómo usar ese controlador y mover servos para una torreta impresa en 3D. ... view more

Simon Cornu

about 5 days ago
  • France

Project - Transparent arduino alarm clock

This is not my first project but it is the one I enjoyed the most. It is a simple alarm clock but I wanted an original way of turning it off. Therefore, to do so you need to turn it upside down ! And I also wanted to make it transparent, in order to see the internal. I think it's a shame to hide ... view more

tutos Ingenieria

about 9 days ago
  • Ingeniero electricista
  • Afghanistan

Tutorial - Cubo LED con arduino 9x9x9

CUBO LED

La función principal del cubo es poder desplegar animaciones en tres dimensiones entre ellos letreros, formas y efectos, el proceso de construcción es complejo por la cantidad de puntos de conexiones y la repetición del trabajo, pero su proc... view more

Noob 1385

about 12 days ago

Project - Esp8266 based Smarthome System

Can youmake a Smarthome based on the esp 8266 where you can turn on a light or somthing? view more

Andrei Gabriel

about 2 months ago
  • Electrical Engineer and Maker
  • Spain

Tutorial - ADDRESSABLE 7 SEGMENT DISPLAY

This is a huge 7 segment display. I mean is not huge, but compared with a common 7 segment display module, this one is quite big. The board is 130 by 80 mm. But that’s not the best part of this project. This PCB is controlled in series using just one data pin. If you ever used this WS 28 11 add... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 3 months ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - PORTABLE SOLDERING IRON V3

Finally, the board works perfect. So I could make a 3D design for the case and this is a final product that could end up on Kickstarter. It is a very cheap project, around 15$ for all the parts . On this tutorial you willhave a full part list, the schematic and layout of the board in case you wan... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 3 months ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - ARDUINO LED MATRIX | BLUETOOTH AND RTC

In this tutorial we make a SCROLLING DOT MATRIX device with Bluetooth connection and a real time clock to show time, date, temperature and day of the week. I've made an Android app to control this and change speed, brightness and select modes and also to send text to be scrolled on the display. S... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 3 months ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - ARDUINO TETRIS LED GAME

Today we will see how to build this awesome TETRIS game made with arduino. The project also has sounds as for example the tetris theme and other beeps and you could add any other sound to the SD card inside the DFplayer module. To create the matrix I've used the well known WS2812 LED addressable ... view more

Moad K. D

about 4 months ago
  • Engineer
  • Jordan

Project - LEd chaser

Very simple circuit to led chaser according to light density.. It's used 555 ic and a basic components (resistors, capacitors, timer, leds, ldr),, with nice housing case made by plastic and aluminum board, power supply is a USB port .. Circuit diagram are included in the picture... I ho... view more

Manuel Bonomi

about 4 months ago
  • Industrial engineering student
  • Italy

Project - Free Li-ion cells from old camera battery

I found this little Sony camera battery thrown away with some others alkaline dead batteries. On the little label glued to the battery, it was written that it contains Li-ion cells rated 680mAh. I was so curious to see the shape of the cells inside, test them and see if they were reusable for som... view more

Roman Valls Guimera

about 4 months ago
  • Australia

Project - LoRa minipci-e gateway shield with POE and PMOD based on VoCore2

HardwareMore details over: https://github.com/brainstorm/pinha_lora_gatewayThis small LoRa gateway adapter (75x41mm) is motivated by the need of a maker-friendly LoRaWan concentrator card. This version of the board is meant to work with the USB firmware for the n-fuse board.view more

Lee

about 4 months ago
  • Low Volt Tech
  • United States

Project - Over done Retro Looking Raspberry Pi Build

I bought a HP Protocol Analyzer for a few bucks on eBay. After finding out there is no available software for it at all I gutted it and slapped a Pi in it.The goal was to reuse the Keyboard and CRT display but the Keyboard was taking too long to rebuild and I was going to cheat and use a B&W ... view more

Moad K. D

about 4 months ago
  • Engineer
  • Jordan

Project - DIY hot air gun station

Recently i worked in hot air gun project and finally i finished it. It's working on 220v Ac with current consumption 3.5 Amps..controllable temperature and fan speed.. Auto switch off on its base and maximum temperature about 400°c. It's work as expected, I'm very happy with it 😊 view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 4 months ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Project - DC non invasive current clamp for oscilloscope DIY

Having an oscilloscope it's a very nice thing. It's a quite useful tool. But with the basic probes you could only observe voltage values. What if we want to observe current??? There are many types of oscilloscope probes each with its own field of application. The probe takes care of the very... view more

Sébastien Monfort

about 4 months ago
  • Student
  • France

Tutorial - DIY 3D PRINTER - 3D PRINTER MK2 ALU

The MK2 ALU is 3D printer based on an aluminum frame build from t-sot aluminum extrusion and from 3D printed pieces. It is designed around ordinary and cheap 3D printer parts (available everywhere on internet) that will allow you to build a high precision 3D printer for a very reasonable price... view more

SAYANTAN PAL

about 4 months ago
  • Student
  • India

Manuel Bonomi

about 4 months ago
  • Industrial engineering student
  • Italy

Project - Emergency micro powerbank

We all know that our smartphone's battery is always out of juice when we really needed it, for example to make an imp... view more

rob jacob

about 4 months ago
  • Teacher
  • Afghanistan

Project - arduino based ROV

We are building an ROV based on Arduino. inspired by robotics club at school. we decided to build a ROV that is based on the Arduino nano and We developed a custom PCBs that we ordered. There will be a master and slave board. we will using a PS2 controller for control and various sensor to give u... view more

Shoaib Khan

about 4 months ago
  • Student
  • Pakistan

Project - DIY Automatic Egg Incubator With arduino

Back Story:So a couple of months back i stumbled upon an incubator in which you could hatch your eggs. when i bought it and tried it... the result was a failure so when i looked at the circuitry its wasn't too complicated. so i thought why not give it a try and see if i can build it.... Naiv... view more

Likely not an engineer

about 4 months ago
  • United Kingdom

Project - 3D printed jet engine

Designing and currently testing a 3D printed jet engine.Will provide calculations and workings out of how I did it if enough people want to know. Runs on propane but currently in testing phase. Predicted maximum speed is 59000rpm, generating 14.6N of thrust if I can get it to self sustain. H... view more

Piotr Be

about 4 months ago
  • telecom network maintenance technician
  • Poland

Project - DIY soldering station

A soldering iron or a soldering station is probably the most needed tool in the studio of both electronics and amateur electronics. While an ordinary soldering iron can have a few zlotys for a proverbial soldering station is a greater cost and in addition does not always meet our expectations. A ... view more

Marvin Rzok

about 4 months ago
  • Afghanistan

Project - Chocolate 3d printer

In my free time I experiment a lot with 3D printers and microprocessors. Since commercial 3D printers can print only different types of p... view more

Sébastien Monfort

about 4 months ago
  • Student
  • France

Project - DIY 3D printer - 3D printer MK2 ALU

The MK2 ALU is 3D printer based on an aluminum frame build from t-sot aluminum extrusion and from 3D printed pieces. It is designed around ordinary and cheap 3D printer parts (available everywhere on internet) that will allow you to build a high precision 3D printer for a very reasonable price.Fu... view more

matti04.electronics

about 4 months ago
  • Maker
  • Germany

Tutorial - How to upload a sketch to an Arduino NANO without USB port

For my recent project, the bike light, I made my own PCB with the service of AISLER.net . But I made one design mistake: I could not insert the USB cable to the responing jack because there was an other component in the way. That's why I had to program it in an other way: The ICSP port. You ... view more

Engineer Kid

about 4 months ago
  • Freelancer & Youtuber
  • India

Project - DIY Variable Power Supply

Hello Guys, from the past few months I have been looking for a bench power supply for myself. But looking at their prices I decided to build one for myself. This power supply costed me around 25$ (approx 1700 INR). The main power supply used here is an old SMPS from a desktop computer.Like every ... view more

Electro Guruji

about 4 months ago
  • Electronics Engineer / YouTuber
  • India

Tutorial - How to Make a PCB at Home

Learn How to Make a Printed Circuit Board at home using the Iron & Laser Printer method and Ferric Chloride Etchant. A printed circuit board (PCB) mechanically supports and electrically connects electronic components or electrical components using conductive tracks, pads, and other fe... view more

Engineer Kid

about 4 months ago
  • Freelancer & Youtuber
  • India

Project - DIY 89S52 Programmer using Arduino

The working of this Programmer is quite simple. The 8051 Programmer software comprises of few buttons which send corresponds to a character. When we press a button in the software (e.g. Identify) a character is sent to the Arduino. The Arduino code has several case statements which are exec... view more

matti04.electronics

about 4 months ago
  • Maker
  • Germany

Project - Arduino DIY 6x6 Matrix T-shirt

Welcome to my first electronoobs.io project! I want to present you how I made my own LED matrix T-shirt for about 50€ and h... view more

Rick Sanchez

about 4 months ago
  • Electrical engineer
  • United States

Project - MULTI MEASUREMENT DEVICE DIY

In this tutorial I've merged a few sensors together in order to measure distance using infrared light sensors, measure length using a rotary encoder and a 3D printed wheel, measure level with an IMU module but also angles with that same module and finally measure RPMs with another kind of IR sens... view more

John Bruh

about 4 months ago
  • CAD designer
  • United States

Project - DIY Lab Bench Power Supply [Build + Tests]

In this instructable / video I will show you how you can make your own variable lab bench power supply which can deliver 30V 6A 180W (10A MAX under the power limit). Minimal current limit 250-300mA. Also you will see accuracy, load, protection... view more

Rick Sanchez

about 5 months ago
  • Electrical engineer
  • United States

Tutorial - DIY $150 Electric Longboard

Electric vehicles are cool and there is no doubt about it. Especially electric skateboards! Ever since I saw Casey Neistat riding boosted board I wanted to try this on my own. Price of the boosted is high or even very high so as usually I thought t... view more

John Bruh

about 5 months ago
  • CAD designer
  • United States

Tutorial - Mobile Vertical Raised Garden Bed Using Old Cases of Wine

We've been looking for a way to do our own vegetables gardening without using up a lot of space unlike convential raised garden beds. The final idea we came up with using old cases of wine stacked up on top of each other, also got us the benef... view more

Andrei Gabriel

about 5 months ago
  • Electrical Engineer and Maker
  • Spain

Project - Sensored ESC - Homemade

In a past tutorial we have build an ESC for sensor-less brushless motors. Without sensors we had to implement a back electromotive force detection and make the switching sequence with that. The circuit got quite complicated and the code wasn't the best neither. So, in this tutorial... view more

John Bruh

about 5 months ago
  • CAD designer
  • United States

Project - Homemade Vertical Drill Press Clamp

Perfect for drilling pen blanks or any small pieces vertically in your drill press, easy to build and a must have drill press jig. I always suggest watching the build video so that you have a better understanding of the project. For this project I needed one 3/4 of an inch board, 3 inch... view more

Adrian Anghel

about 5 months ago
  • Agricultural Engineer in Horticulture and Gardening
  • Spain

Tutorial - Thermally Insulated Pallet Kennel

During winter also a dog claims a warm place where to sleep. This kennel is a clear and easy example. The shingles aren't cut in a regular way. From a parallelepiped of wood (taken from the pallet I firstly disassembled) with an oblique cut two shingles can be obtained. The shingles are fixe... view more

Rick Sanchez

about 5 months ago
  • Electrical engineer
  • United States

Tutorial - DIY BLUETOOTH PORTABLE SPEAKER

Around 2 years back I've made a huge portable Bluetooth speaker but that had some errors with the circuit. Then, I've made a small portable bluetooth speaker that had a good circuit. Now, I'me making a new version for the big speaker but with all the errors corrected. It will have a 6S battery pa... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 5 months ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - DIY DRONE WITH EBAY PARTS

I don't consider this homemade because I'm using only off the shelf parts. I bought all the parts from ebay for a decent price. I was looking for the lowest price parts. THe body I've used is 3D printed but for a few more dollars you could buy that from eBay as well. The total price is around 150... view more

Andrei Gabriel

about 5 months ago
  • Electrical Engineer and Maker
  • Spain

Tutorial - 6S & BMS BATTERY PACK

This is a very basic tutorial and there are already a lot of guides on how make something like this. But, since this is part of a future project (electric longbaord), well I'm doing this first step and show you how to connect the batteries, add charging protection. I'll use some Samsung INR18650 ... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 5 months ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Project - INDUCTION HEATER CIRCUIT

How are these induction heaters work? We will look over the circuit and explain step by step how the oscillating signal is created, how current is induced and how the metal will get hot. Finally we use that schematic and mount a homemade version and see if it works to heat up some metals. So let'... view more

Adrian Anghel

about 5 months ago
  • Agricultural Engineer in Horticulture and Gardening
  • Spain

Tutorial - HOMEMADE ELECTRIC LONGBOARD | PART 2

I've started a new project. I want to make my own homemade electric longboard with a powerfull Brushless motor. The first idea was to use two motors, but I had not enough space between the wheels of my longboard. In this tutorial we will see how to mount everything together, make a test and give ... view more

Rick Sanchez

about 5 months ago
  • Electrical engineer
  • United States

Project - FM Radio

Recently, I came across the RDA5807 module which is an FM Radio Tuner in a very tiny package. It is very cheap and uses I2C protocol for communication which means that only two wires will be required to talk to the IC. Less w... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 5 months ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Tutorial - ARDUINO BASED MULTIMETER

In this tutorial we will merge all the parts seen in these past tutorials here. In those tutorials we have seen how to measure resistance, current, indcutnace and capacitance. Measure voltage is very easy. In this tutorial we make a 5 in 1 multimeter based on an Arduino, an ADC module and an... view more

ELECTRONOOBS

about 5 months ago
  • Electronic Engineer and YouTuber
  • Spain

Project - ARDUINO RADIO SERVO TURRET

A few weeks ago I've made this radio controller based on Arduino and the NRF24 radio module. Now we can see how to use it. We start with something easy. Servos are controlled with PWM signal. What we do is receive the radio signal, crewte PWM signals and control the servo turret. We als... view more