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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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ESP-WIFI-MESH is a wireless communication network with nodes organized in a mesh topology using the simultaneous AP-STA feature on Espressif SoCs. It provides a self-forming and self-healing network, with ease of deployment. So today we are using mesh networking in order to make a wireless controlled car using esp8266 and esp32. We are using painless mesh library. painlessMesh is a library that takes care of the particulars of creating a simple mesh network using esp8266 and esp32 hardware. The goal is to allow the programmer to work with a mesh network without having to worry about how the network is structured or managed. Link for Painless mesh library – https://github.com/gmag11/painlessMesh Code for Remote – ESP32 Code for Car – ESP8266

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Water Level Switch is a simple electronic project made by using basic electronic components like LED, resistors, transistors. The transistor is one of the most versatile active electronics components on the planet. Almost every IC is build using transistors. Without transistors, almost every electronics appliance we use today won’t be possible. We are going to see how to make a small water level switch using a single D882 transistor. You can see the pinout of the D882 transistor in the given image. D882 pinout We can use this circuit as a simple water tank level indicator. Or we can make several of these circuits and build a tank level indicator with several levels. This circuit can be customized in any way you like. Basic Components : Let’s see what components are required for this. 1. UTSOURCE 100Ω resistors 2. UTSOURCE LED 3. UTSOURCE D882 Transistor 4. Circuit wire Tools Required: 1. Soldering Iron 2.…

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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 Home Credits – Tapendra Mandal Make your…

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Whenever it comes to any Arduino related project. Everyone needs a power supply to juice up their projects. Some people like me uses ordinary mobile chargers and some likes to use a 9v battery and few go with a LiPo battery. But I have a better way!!! Why don’t we just make our own power supply?? Even its cheaper than a traditional mobile charger yet with more flexibility. Today we are going to make a really small and cheap Linear Power Supply which will give output of 5v but by replacing only few components we can get 12 or 9v easily. Components Needed Four diodes Two capacitors One transformer One led One resistance One 7805 ic (If we just change the transformer and the 7805 IC to 7812, we can get an output of 12v.) Circuit Designing Let’s learn how to make a linear power supply step by step. First…

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Story This Robotic Arm is made without Arduino. It works on a 2.4gh Transmitter which is commonly used in drones therefore I am using a FlySky FS-ia6 worth 5500 inr. I also used a 3mm Acrylic Sheet to make its arms. Servo Motors used are Tower Pro Mini Servos and they works on 5v and also the reciever works on 5V thats why i used a 5V 2A Power supply which can be provided using a Mobile Charger. This Project is good for School and Colleges Projects, Science Exhibitions and for hobby too. You will need – 1. 4x Servo Motors 2. Acrylic Sheet 3. Drone Transmitter Tools Needed – 1. Screw Driver 2. Acrylic Cutter 3. Double Sided Tape 4. Cutter Servo Motor A servo motor is a closed-loop system that uses position feedback to control its motion and final position. In industrial type servo motors the position feedback…

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Lets start making Our Servo Motor Tester Hi This Article is about Servo Motors and How to Make a Servo Motor Tester. Before Start Reading. Kindly take a Minute and Subscribe me on YouTube – Click here -> RoboCircuits I needed a servo tester for my workshop, to have at hand whenever I change servo horns or need to see if a servo is dead. I decided to use a 555 timer to do this. 555 IC will create PWM signals for our Servo Motor Tester. Driving a Servo Motor This is covered everywhere on the internet, so I’ll be brief. A typical RC servo is controlled by a 50Hz square pulse signal called Pulse Width Modulation (PWM). The high pulse time varies from 1ms to 2ms, where 1ms gives 0 degrees and 2ms gives 90 degrees. This is followed by a low time of 16-18ms. The servo has a…

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