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WHAT DOES PCB STANDS FOR? PCB stands for “Printed Circuit Board”. A PCB is made up of a laminated material or some fiberglass. For both laptops and desktops, PCBs are used. The conductive path is printed on the board where we can connect different components on the PCB like resistance, transistors, etc. PCBs are mostly used in many devices like radios, cell phones, digital cameras, and many other electronic devices. SMD COMPONENTS:- SMDs are Surface Mount Devices that are especially made for mounting SMT PCBs i.e., for Surface Mount Technologies. SMD components come in various sizes as well as these components needs less space . The bigger sizes like 0805 and 0603 can be soldered easily using a thin tip soldering iron. Here we provide another video which describe how can we Solder SMD Devices on a PCB and also the SMD Soldering Techniques https://youtu.be/OpCdURINP6Q . SMDs works on PCB…

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Hey guys, welcome to RoboCircuits.If you are following my channel for a while, you might notice I make a lot of PCB-based projects here and recently started to build SMD component-based projects. SMD components come in various sizes. The bigger sizes like 0805 and 0603 can be soldered easily using a thin tip soldering iron and a video on how to solder these components can be found here. The problem comes right here when we try to solder the smaller components like 0402 size, we cannot do that using our bare hands here we need assembly machines That can solder our components easily. Those machines are really expensive. So, companies provide services to customers for PCB assembly. We send them our design files, PCBs and components then they assemble those PCBs for us. The best part is that some companies assemble the SMD components and provide the components. This means…

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Can we make our project to talk with the internet? How to connect our esp32 with the internet? Can we stream data from it? Is it safe to store data in the cloud server?

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The ESP32 is an affordable, all-in-one, option for connecting your projects to the internet using Adafruit.io IoT platform, Adafruit IO. Install Libraries In the Arduino IDE, navigate to Sketch -> Include Library->Manage Libraries… Enter Adafruit IO Arduino into the search box, and click Install on the Adafruit IO Arduino library option to install version 4.0.0 or higher. When asked to install dependencies, click Install all. Adafruit IO Setup If you do not already have an Adafruit IO account, create one now. Next, navigate to the Adafruit IO Dashboards page. We’ll create a dashboard to visualize and interact with the data being sent between your ESP32-S2 board and Adafruit IO.  Create a New Dashboard Name your new Dashboard Your new dashboard should appear in the list. Click the link to be brought to your new dashboard. We’ll want to turn the board’s LED on or off from Adafruit IO. To do this, we’ll need to add a toggle…

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The Raspberry Pi foundation changed single-board computing when they released the Raspberry Pi computer, now they’re ready to do the same for microcontrollers with the release of the brand-new Raspberry Pi Pico. But wait Microcontroller and single board computers what are they? Are they any different? Let’s clarify that first. The computer runs on operating systems and designed to complete multiple tasks at the same time. While on the other hand, Microcontrollers are a different type of device than Single Board Computers (like the Raspberry Pi 4 and previous generations of Pi), they don’t run an operating system and they are typically programmed to do just one task – though that task can be pretty intricate and exciting! They’re perfect for experimenting with hardware and using it as the brains of custom devices, machines, and inventions. Examples of Single Board computers are Nvidia Jetson, Raspberry pi etc And Microcontrollers includes our lovely Arduino, ESP8266,…

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10. Arduino Thermometer 9. TV Remote and Motor 8. Arduino LCD Game 7. Arduino Smiling Robot – in progress video is not completed 6. Arduino Stacks Player 5. Arduino Distance Sensor 4. Arduino TV Remote 3. Arduino Digital Voltmeter 2. Arduino Radar System 1. Arduino IR Robot Car

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We have selected the best Arduino Projects from YouTube according to their view count, Live vs Dislike percentage, and viewers engagement. most of the projects are from top YouTube channels such as GreatScott! and How To Mechatronics. Projects are selected from small YouTubers also such as RoboCircuits and Mediocures like Indian Life Hacker and tapendra mandal. Help me by Subscribing – https://youtube.com/robocircuits Links to all Projects are given here – http://www.robocircuits.com/top-10-arduino-projects-best-arduino-projects-2019/ ———————Copyright Disclaimer———————- My purpose behind this video is to promote and give my best wishes to the project makers. I don’t claim any rights on any of the videos used. These are for NEWS purposes only. YouTubers will get more views due to my video as I am providing links to all video in description and also on my website. Links to all Projects How to Make a Self Balancing Robot at HomeCredits – Tapendra Mandal Make your own…

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Overview ESP-MESH is a networking protocol built atop the Wi-Fi protocol. ESP-MESH allows numerous devices (henceforth referred to as nodes) spread over a large physical area (both indoors and outdoors) to be interconnected under a single WLAN (Wireless Local-Area Network). ESP-MESH is self-organizing and self-healing meaning the network can be built and maintained autonomously. Traditional Wi-Fi Network Architecture A traditional infrastructure Wi-Fi network is a point-to-multipoint network where a single central node known as the access point (AP) is directly connected to all other nodes known as stations. The AP is responsible for arbitrating and forwarding transmissions between the stations. Some APs also relay transmissions to/from an external IP network via a router. Traditional infrastructure Wi-Fi networks suffer the disadvantage of limited coverage area due to the requirement that every station must be in range to directly connect with the AP. Furthermore, traditional Wi-Fi networks are susceptible to overloading as…

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