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  • Guide for Dust Sensor with Arduino

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    GP2Y1010AU0F or Sharp PM2.5 Dust Sensor consists of an Infrared Emitting Diode and Phototransistor ( which we are going to discuss shortly ) which detects the reflected light of dust in air and is efficient in detecting fine particles. It is compact with low consumption current ( max of 20mA ). It is commonly used […]

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  • Guide for using RFID Module with Arduino

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    Radio Frequency Identification or RFID is a wireless system that uses electromagnetic fields to transmit data from one object to another, without the two objects touching. You might have used RFID cards before or seen its implementation ( Ex- Metro Stations ). There are various kinds of RFID tags available like the one shown below. […]

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  • Memories of an Arduino

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    “Computers are incredibly fast, accurate and stupid; humans are incredibly slow, inaccurate and brilliant; together they are powerful beyond imagination” There are 3 types of memories in an Arduino : Flash SRAM EEPROM Flash Memory It is where the Arduino sketch image is stored. Non-Volatile , i.e. , information persists after the power is turned […]

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