Using the VL53LO and an Arduino for distance measurement.
Create a history graph that maps temperature values live on a TFT LCD in seconds. Just edit 2 variables and choose your graph's colour.
Bridging the gap between professional and DIY/hobbyist bench power supply.
+ LCD/OLED can be used to measure body temperature or to detect movement... in Celsius and Fahrenheit!
A small device that will help you sorting resistors without wasting time with their color code.
Use three HC-SR04 ultrasound sensors and two battery displays to show you how close the obstacles are and from which side.
Using the library SoftSerial and doing the configuration of one 10-bit ADC pin.
USB LiPo battery powered, Arduino-based non-contact IR thermometer, stopwatch, inactivity tracker, cooking timer with alarm & 7-Seg Display.
One of the widely used, automation and process control devices is the flow meter; it is a device used to measure the flow rate of liquid.
This is a monophasic and biphasic residential consumption monitoring meter using the ESP32.
This project demonstrates how easy you can use the DMMShield from Digilent with all Arduino boards.
Just a quick showcase on a handheld, wireless and battery operated distance sensor. Incredibly long-life (8 + years!).
With a DC range of -25V to +25V, a voltmeter combining analog needle & digital LEDs to represent integer & fractional voltages respectively.
A measuring device that also doubles as a burglar alarm, using an ultrasonic sensor and LCD.
Measuring and monitoring temperature and humidity using raspberry pi and DHT11
An auto ranging meter with diode/LED, resistance, capacitance, continuity testing capabilities. No Voltage or Current measurements !
Simple weather station Arduino UNO: measures temperature, humidity, air pressure using BMP280, DHT11, windspeed 3D-printed anemometer.
6.4A-2uA current/voltage/power monitor based on the TI INA209 with extra GND usable as Arduino shield, FeatherWing, breakout or breadboard.
M5StickC + Angle unit = Protractor (detecting range: 0-180 degrees）
A beginner to mid-level project utilising an inexpensive ultrasonic sensor, an Arduino and some intermediate code language.
Trying to get a discharge curve of you lithium battery preventing over-discharge? You can get that for less than $10.
Distance measurement using an ultrasonic sensor.
How to measure differential signals using an oscilloscope [examining the ADSL2+].
Build a speed monitor using our 24GHz radar evaluation board Sense2GoL and see who's the fastest on the floor!