Easy Serial on the ATtiny

Introduction The Atmel tinyAVR MCU's are great little chips for projects but can prove difficult to debug. Some ATtiny chips do not have direct support for hardware based serial and therefore the Serial object is unavailable in your code, however, it is easy to add a SoftwareSerial object and view output in the Arduino IDE. The code in this article uses an ATtiny85 with an FTDI Serial TTL-232 USB Cable to s ...

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Real Time Monitoring Of Crop Health using Intel Edison

Millions of farmers in the world each year face loss of their crop. Its mainly due to crop disease or environmental problems like nature of soil (pH), poor quality of air, and excessive or very low moisture in soil. To get cure from these problems, farmers need to know the fertilizer according to the condition of the soil and also the amount of water needed everyday for his crop with respect to the temperat ...

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Planterbot – The Plant Monitoring Robot

Hello everyone ! Please vote for me in the tech contest! In this instructable I am collaborating with Akin Yildiz an instructables author that creates instructables that help plants grow you should really go check out his account: http://www.instructables.com/member/Akin+Yildiz/ The planterbot is a plant monitoring robot. It uses capacitance for sensing moisture from the plant instead of using the usual soi ...

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Isolated mains power monitoring (Arduino)

All about power today.. For a while now, I’ve been looking around for a mains (220-240VAC) power monitoring circuit that I might be able to interface with an Arduino.  There is of course the OpenEnergyMonitor solution, but they seem to use a transformer to isolate and measure the mains voltage.  The transformer doesn’t exactly couple to the mains nicely: so the voltage on the secondary side is not a scaled ...

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Atmospheric Monitoring with Arduino by Patrick Di Justo, Emily Gertz E-Book

Book Description Makers around the globe are building low-cost devices to monitor the environment, and with this hands-on guide, so can you. Through succinct tutorials, illustrations, and clear step-by-step instructions, you'll learn how to create gadgets for examining the quality of our atmosphere, using Arduino and several inexpensive sensors. Detect harmful gases, dust particles such as smoke and smog, a ...

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D-Led Shield v1.0 (for monitoring)

Good day fellow enthusiast! Here is one of my latest and simplest shield designs for an arduino board. The thing here is, sometimes we have a hard time checking out which I/O pins are LOW or HIGH, especially when we are dealing with LED, motors, etc. Now, here is one of the solutions that you can make in order to have yourself a smooth sailing progress in programming your prototype or project. One of the sh ...

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