Arduino board was designed in the Ivrea Interaction Design Institute intended for students without a background in electronics and programming concepts. These Arduino boards started altering to adapt to new requirements and challenges, separating its present from simple 8-bit boards to products for IoT (Internet of Things) applications, 3D printing, wearable, and embedded applications. All boards are entirely open-source, allowing users to build them separately and finally adapt them to their exact needs.
A wide range of level sensor measurement systems are made available for addressing the various parameters such as a wide range of applications, high-accuracy needs, and system installation requirements and practices. Measurement technologies are made available in different versions to address a wide range of measurement needs, or to address a speciﬁc application. [Read more…]
The acronym of the term Op-Amp is an operational amplifier and it is a one type solid state integrated circuit. In the year 1963 the first op-amp is manufactured by “Fairchild Semiconductors”. The op-amp is the basic building blocks of analog electronic circuits that perform a various types of analog signal processing tasks. Operational amplifiers use external feedback to control its functions and these are the multipurpose devices in all electronic devices. Op-Amp has two inputs and one output termed as inverting and noninverting. IC 741 op amp is the most common op-amp used in various electronic circuits. The main function of an op-amp is to amplify AC and DC signals and also for mathematical operations like addition, multiplication, subtraction, etc. These op-amps are used in many applications like oscillators, comparators, filters, pulse generators and in various electronic circuits. [Read more…]
The 8051 Microcontroller is one of the basic type of microcontroller, designed by Intel in 1980’s. This microcontroller was based on Harvard Architecture and developed primarily for use in embedded systems technology. Normally, this microcontroller was developed using NMOS technology, which requires more power to operate. Therefore, Intel redesigned Microcontroller 8051 using CMOS technology and their updated versions came with a letter C in their name, for instance an 80C51 it is an 8 bit microcontroller. [Read more…]
In our day-to-day life we frequently use different types of sensors in several applications such as IR sensor used for operating television remote, Passive Infrared sensor used for automatic door opening system of shopping malls and LDR sensor used for outdoor lighting or street lighting system, and so on. In this article we will discuss about a few types of sensors and their applications in brief. But, primarily we must know what is a sensor. [Read more…]
The LM324 operational amplifier IC can be worked as a comparator. This IC has 4 independent operational amplifiers on a single chip. This a Low Power Quad Operational Amplifier and it has high stability, bandwidth which was designed to operate from a single power supply over a wide range of voltages. The quad amplifier can operate at supply voltages as low as 3.0 V or as high as 3.2 V with quiescent currents about one fifth of those associated with the MC174.
The Raspberry pi is a single computer board with credit card size, that can be used for many tasks that your computer does, like games, word processing, spreadsheets and also to play HD video. It was established by the Raspberry pi foundation from the UK. It has been ready for public consumption since 2012 with the idea of making a low-cost educational microcomputer for students and children. The main purpose of designing the raspberry pi board is, to encourage learning, experimentation and innovation for school level students. The raspberry pi board is a portable and low cost. Maximum of the raspberry pi computers is used in mobile phones. In the 2st century, the growth of mobile computing technologies is very high, a huge segment of this being driven by the mobile industries. The 98% of the mobile phones were using ARM technology. [Read more…]