OTA FLASH TOOL MAKES FITNESS TRACKER HACKING MORE ACCESSIBLE

Over the last several months, [Aaron Christophel] has been working on creating a custom firmware for cheap fitness trackers. His current target is the “D6 Tracker” from a company called MPOW, which can be had for as little as $7 USD. The ultimate goal is to make it so anyone will be able to write their own custom firmware for this gadget using the Arduino IDE, and with the release of his new Android ap ...

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Lights off ! WiFi home lights monitoring and control

Story Idea and reason One of my long running projects, “lights off” comes from the need to know : “Did I turned off my bathroom light?” ; “This light are on for too much time, I wonder how much I am paying for it”. Without wanting to rewire my house, I came up with designing the WiFi switches, battery powered. Switch unit  To do so, the wall switch is controlling the Mega’s inputs that is setting and resett ...

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Ultrasonic Range Finder Market Growth 2019-2024 | Arduino, DFRobot, MaxBotix

Global Ultrasonic Range Finder market 2019-2024 report presents a deep insight into the worldwide industries covering all its required aspects. The scope from macro overview of the market to miniaturized details of the Ultrasonic Range Finder business performance, latest trends, key market drivers and difficulties, SWOT analysis, Porter’s five forces analysis, and so forth. Ultrasonic Range Finder report is ...

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DIY Arduino Battery Capacity Tester

I have salvaged so many old lap-top batteries ( 18650 ) to reuse them in my solar projects.It is very difficult to identify the good cells in battery pack.Earlier in one of my Power Bank Instructable I have told, how to identify good cells by measuring their voltages, but this method is not at all reliable.So I really wanted a way to measure each cell exact capacity instead of their voltages. Few week ago, ...

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AM shortwave transmitter

IMPORTANT: The published circuit diagrams of Station QRP are for educational purposes only. These are offered for the furtherance of the readers’ knowledge regarding Radio Frequency design and principles. At all times during operation an assembled unit must be connected to a dummy load. In most countries law prohibits the unlicensed operation of transmitters w hen connected to an antenna or even to have suc ...

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INTEL OPTANE, INTEL’S NEXT-GENERATION SSD TECHNOLOGY

In July 2015, Intel and Micron Technology announced a new technology for memory and storage solutions called “3D XPoint™ technology“. It is a new category of nonvolatile memory that addresses the need for high-performance, high-endurance, and high-capacity memory and storage. Now Intel had produced its Optane™ technology that provides an unparalleled combination of high throughput, low latency, high quality ...

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Quadruped Robot Volume Forecast and Value Chain Analysis 2019-2020

Quadruped Robot Market report 2018, discusses various factors driving or restraining the market, which will help the future market to grow with promising CAGR. The Quadruped Robot Market research Reports offers an extensive collection of reports on different markets covering crucial details. The report studies the competitive environment of the Quadruped Robot Market is based on company profiles and their e ...

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1Amp Constant Current LED Driver Shield for Arduino Nano

1A Constant current LED driver shield for Arduino Nano has been designed for verity of LED related applications. The shield provides accurate LED current sink to regulate LED current in a string of LEDs or single LED. The LED current is mirrored from the current flowing from the RSET Preset PR1. On board 1W LED is used for testing purpose. External high Wattage LED or multiple LED string can be connected by ...

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With the WIZ550WEB module you’re immediately on the web

To administrate devices through a web interface is simple, fast and comfortable. Also can be added, that it´s a solution that saves time and money and in a vast majority of cases it´s beneficial for a producer and also a customer. Besides common “network devices” for example for data acquisition (telemetry – when we want a device to send measured data), a network connectivity is still more used at devices, ...

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GAME ON WITH THESE OPEN SOURCE ARDUINO BUZZERS

Planning a game of Hacker Jeopardy at your next meetup? You’re going to want some proper buzzers to complete the experience, but why buy when you can build? [Flute Systems] has released an open source DIY game buzzer system based on the Arduino that will help instantly elevate your game. Certainly beats just yelling across the room. The design has been made to be as easily replicable as possible: as long as ...

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THE THERMOCHROMIC DISPLAY YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU NEEDED

We love unique ways of displaying data here at Hackaday, and this ingenious thermochromic display created by [Moritz v. Sivers] more than fits the bill. Using sheets of color changing liquid crystals and careful temperature control of the plates they’re mounted on, he’s built a giant seven-segment display that can colorfully (albeit somewhat slowly) show the current temperature and humidity. The sheets of t ...

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High-speed comparator cuts delays to 2.9 ns

Features Very High Toggle Rate: 280MHz Low Propagation Delay: 2.9ns Rail-to-Rail Inputs Extend Beyond Both Rails Output Current Capability: ±22mA Low Quiescent Current: 4.5mA Features within the LTC6752 Family: 2.45V to 5.25V Input Supply and 1.71V to 3.5V Output Supply (Separate Supply Option) 2.45V to 3.5V Supply (Single Supply Option) Shutdown Pin for Reduced Power Output Latch and Adjustable Hysteresis ...

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