Explains how a piezo-electric device is used to make sound and how to program the CMDO™ to play notes.
This app operates the Commando controller board which in turn drives 7 LED strips that are 60 leds in length. The 7 LED Strips form a 7-by-60 bit display that can scroll messages each with a different color. Read more …
Has special functions with a preset palette of colors that can sweep and flash different colors.
This android app provides basic control of a WS2812 Led Strip. There is a slide control for each color: Red, Green, and Blue. Together these controls set the brightness and color of the led strip. The app also calculates the current needed to supply the given settings. This app requires the NorseBridge WS2812 LED Strip … Read moreLedStripComposite – Android App
The LEDs in these strips are spaced 1.25 inches apart. The scrolling display it makes is sufficiently large to be seen a hundred meters away or more. The WS2812 LED strips are not quite bright enough for the mid-day sun but at night and at twilight it’s very good.
The display is constructed of 7 60 led strips. The 60 leds allows for 10-12 characters to be displayed at once.
The unit uses the PIC16F1509 micro controller from Mirochip and the HC06 Bluetooth module from Wavesen. This combination used in conjunction with an Android App enables a user to configure many remote control functions from their Android Phone. Applications include robotics with stepper motor and servo motor control, remote sensing, remote switch, display driver, and … Read moreBluetooth Programmable Controller
The unit is based on a PIC micro-controller from Mirochip and the HC06 Bluetooth module from Wavesen. This module is configured as a WS2812 LED Strip controller and is available on Amazon.com. An Android app is also available for download from either NorseBridge or Amazon. The WS2812 Controller Module has 7 ports featuring the JST … Read moreWS2812 LED Strip Controller
A step-by-step procedure for using Wings3D to create a 3d model for use in KiCad is presented. Each step is completed with sufficient detail to provide an introductory tutorial on the use of Wings3D. The model is then configured for use in the KiCad PWB application. Wings3d Step-by-Step Instructions
Equations are presented for performing basic circuit analysis using R’s, L’s , and C’s. The need for decoupling capacitors is illustrated and the use of inductance in a boost convertor is explained. DC Steady State and Transient Analysis