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Projects Tagged: "802.15.4"

Seven Segment Display with Digi XBee With a simple 7-segment numeric display you can show how many, how much, which one or when with precision. It’s a... VIEW PROJECT Cymbal Monkey Need your alerts noticed? How about a crash of cymbals followed by the insistent screeching of an agitated ape? It... VIEW PROJECT XBee Scent Generator What does information smell like? Now you can savor the bouquet of your data with an XBee Scent Generator. We show... VIEW PROJECT Sensing Light Levels with a Photocell Photocells are a popular component in electronics projects; they let you sense light levels. In this tutorial, you'll... VIEW PROJECT Wireless Control of AC Devices with a PowerSwitch Tail Wirelessly control high voltage AC devices with an XBee 802.15.4 connected to a PowerSwitch Tail relay. VIEW PROJECT Joystick with XBee Let's get physical! Join this joystick to your XBee radio for a terrific way to add movement to your project, sending... VIEW PROJECT Feeling Force with an FSR As opposed to a simple push button, force sensing resistors (FSR's for short) can sense how hard a user is pressing... VIEW PROJECT Wireless Panel Meter Watch the needle go back and forth as you satisfy your nostalgia for analog outputs with this tutorial on making a... VIEW PROJECT 802.15.4 Digital Input with a Button In this tutorial, we'll walk you through how to program an XBee radio for digital input and wire up a button so that... VIEW PROJECT 802.15.4 Digital Output with an LED Making an LED illuminate is one of the first things many people do when they start learning electronics. We're... VIEW PROJECT 802.15.4 Analog Input with a Potentiometer When it comes to analog input, it doesn't get any easier than a basic potentiometer. In this tutorial, you'll learn... VIEW PROJECT Light Switch XBee The Light Switch XBee is a wireless wall switch that can control lamps, fans, motors or your homemade robot. This... VIEW PROJECT
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