Electronic Projects for the Raspberry Pi: Book 1 – Interfacing to LED displays, speakers and simple sensors

The projects are listed below. This is a collection of 10 electronic projects for the Raspberry Pi. Full build details are included as well as Python listings. Project 1 – bi-colour ledproject 2 – driving a 7-segment displayproject 3 – electronic diceproject 4 – driving a tri-colour ledproject 5 – Flashing 4 colour LEDsProject 6 – Warning Light for BikeProject 7 – Raspberry Pi Musical KeyboardProject 8 – RPi TunesProject 9 – Moisture Alarm Project 10 – Intruder E-Mail alert.


Electronic Projects for the Raspberry Pi: Book 2 - Interfacing to Analogue Signals

The projects in this book are all about using an external ADC and then interfacing to a number of sensors to make measurements. Project 1 – measuring voltageproject 2 - temperature measurement using the tmp36project 3 – resistance measurementproject 4 - measuring temperature using a ThermistorProject 5 - Measuring Light Level using a Light Dependent ResistorProject 6 – Measuring Force using a Force Sensing ResistorProject 7 - Measuring Voltage of a Car BatteryProject 8 – Measuring Low VoltagesProject 9 - Measuring Power Using a Current ClampProject 10 - Measuring Sound Level Using a Microphone.

Reading analogue signals is very useful in a multitude of applications. For example many sensors output an analogue signal that is proportional to the stimuli being measured like temperature, light, pressure and sound level. The raspberry pi gpio does not have any Analogue to Digital Converters ADC to allow this to be measured directly.


Zen of Analog Circuit Design

Zen of analog circuit design recently updated with new contentfrom 2011 till 2013, i taught a course titled Analog Design for all which covered concepts starting with MOS transistors and progressed till the design of two-stage amplifiers. Struggling with his relationships, his guiding light is Ang-Lao, who teaches him the secret to happy relationships.

For some, this book will signal the end of the fear of Analog. The inherent challenge in getting even a simple two-transistor circuit to work is the conflict arising from having two such current source-like elements in series. Having understood the complications involved, we see how through the strikingly simple but immensely powerful concept of feedback, one of the two transistors can be modified subtly to make it behave like a voltage source.

Concepts coveredoi-v characteristics of voltage & current sourcesoideal & non-ideal sourcesocontrolled sourcesoactive and passive elementsoi-v characteristics of a mosfet oMOS transistor as a Voltage controlled current sourceoDigital inverter as Analog amplifieroOperating pointoCommon source CS amplifieroEffect of loading on a CS amplifieroFeedbackoHow can you make a MOSFET behave like a voltage source?oSynthesis of a CS amplifier with diode-connected loadoAnalysis of a V2I circuit including an introduction to current mirroroSynthesis of CS amplifier with gm-loadoSynthesis of source follower circuitoSmall signal parameters: gm, gdsoSmall-signal gain and output impedance oSynthesis of a differential amplifieroSynthesis of an Operational amplifier oRealizing the buffer using the Operational Amplifier.

For others, it will be the start of a love story. From the i-v curve of the mos transistor, we see how it behaves much like a Voltage controlled current source VCCS. The narrative switches between concepts of Electronics and the story of Aman-Ra, an engineer from Medieval Egypt. But why a ‘zen of analog’…?because the foundational concepts in Analog closely mirror human relationships! The purpose of this book is to take a simplified and intuitive path to unlock some profound secrets of Analog.

Raspberry Pi GPIO projects: Educational Projects Using the Custard Pi Range

These are great for students and those wanting to interface the Raspberry Pi to the outside world. This e-book details a number of projects for the Raspberry Pi GPIO and provides links to detailed instructions with downloadable Python code.

Measurement Made Simple with Arduino: 21 different measurements covers all physical and electrical parameter with code and circuit

This book gives insides of electrical and physical parameter measurements using arduino such as AC current, Frequency, pH, flow, Liquid Level, Air pressure and many more. The book layout is kept very simple like experiment notes 1. Programming 6. Sensor description3. Results. Circuit design5. Circuit and its calculation 4.

. Discuss the measurement parameter 2.

Raspberry Pi: The Essential Guide On Starting Your Own Raspberry Pi 3 Projects With Ingenious Tips & Tricks! Computer Programming, Raspberry Pi 3

Do you want to start programming but don't know where to start?then this book is for you! The Raspberry Pi 3 is a minicomputer/microcontroller that allows you to not only learn about programming and technology, but it allows you to become an inventor! It is extremely easy to start irrespective of age or skill level.

Raspberry pi: the essential guide on starting your own raspberry pi 3 projects with ingenious tips & tricks is a must have to get you started right away!read this book for free on kindle Unlimited - Download Now!Here are some of the things the book includes:What is Raspberry Pi and what does it do?An overview of the hardware and the specificationsHow to install software on the Raspberry PIHow to start your own projects along with the essentialsProgramming in Raspberry PiProject IdeasTips, Tricks, and much more!Why spend countless of hours scavenging the internet looking for information on how to start your own projects? With such a small investment, you can start inventing right away! Just scroll to the top and hit the orange buy now!.


Remote Sensor Monitoring by Radio with Arduino: Detecting Intruders, Fires, Flammable and Toxic Gases, and Other Hazards at a Distance

Mistakes in code have been corrected so all sketches compile now, grammatical mistakes corrected, etc. For the radio communications, we will use the nRF24L01 transceiver. If you have any problem running them, you can contact the author at Leithauser@aol. Com. These will include intruders, fires, power failures, temperature extremes both hot and cold, flammable gases, floods including minor “floods” like a pipe bursting, toxic gases like pollution, and other situations.

Thus, this books provides ideas for how to use the nRF24L01 transceiver for many purposes. Although the techniques described in this book will work with any type of sensor input, the book will focus on sensors that detect potentially dangerous or disruptive conditions. This inexpensive chip usually around $1.

00 on ebay interfaces easily with the Arduino and can both transmit and receive data. You can put the arduino sensor package miles away from the receiving station, in your front or back yard, or even in your home like your basement or attic. The chapters will be divided by hazards you can monitor, not specific sensors, so one chapter may include several different types of sensors that can be used to detect the same hazard.

Note: this book has been rewritten to correct the errors reported in some reviews. However, 000 meters 1 km, with an optional antenna the range is reported to be 1, about .

Arduino: Display Interfacing

Display interfacing with Arduino gives you lots of ideas for Arduino projects and helps you get going on them right away. This valuable little book offers a inside view on display interfacing with arduino platform that's taking the design and hobbyist world by storm. From simple display to touch screen all the information you need is right in the book.


Building Your Own Arduino Shields:: Interfacing with the Arduino Using Basic Components

Connecting heavy loads to the outputs is also discussed. Although it will be helpful if you already have a basic knowledge of electronics, this book provides a basic background, like reading schematics and choosing components. All of the components used in this book can be purchased cheaply on eBay or Amazon, as well as other electronics outlets.

Heavy emphasis is placed on connecting sensors not originally designed for Arduinos to the analog inputs, as well as connecting signals other than 5 volts to digital inputs. Protecting your arduino is the topic of one chapter, and specific tips for doing this are given for individual circuits throughout the book.

This book shows you how to connect sensors and other devices to your Arduino inputs and outputs using basic components like resistors, diodes, transistors, and op-amps. This is a practical guide to designing electronic circuits to connect to your Arduino. Although you can buy a wide range of shields for Arduino, making your own will not only save you money, it will give you more flexibility and control of your designs.

. Dozens of generalized circuits that you can modify for your needs are shown, complete with the necessary equations to select the proper component values for your needs.

Learn Arduino Programming using 37 sensors for beginners : Practical way to learn Arduino for the year 2017

Are you wondering on how to learn program arduino boards ?do you have problem in selecting sensors for your projects?this book covers all the sensors available to work with arduino for the beginners to get started and become a pro within few days what this book covers for you? contentsbasics of electronics4led4resistors4capacitors5transistor6diode6variable resistor7light dependent resistor7dc motor7push button8temperature sensor8dht11 digital temperature and humidity sensor8piezo buzzer8servo motor916x2 lcd display9sound sensor9connecting wires9breadboard10getting started15basic programming in arduino ide22programming multiple leds38programming for a push button and a led41using a potentiometer analog sensor43PWM using Potentiometer and LED45Servo Motor with Arduino48Joystick51Flame Sensor58RGB LED64RGB SMD LED67Heartbeat sensor68LIGHT CUP SENSOR70Hall Magnetic Sensor74RELAY777 color Flash LED80Mercury Tilt switch81DS18B20 Temperature Sensor84Analog Thermistor Temperature Sensor89TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY SENSOR MODULE91Sound Sensor96Metal Touch Sensor99Two Color LED Module101INFRARED RECEIVER MODULE103INFRARED TRANSMITTER MODULE105LASER TRANSMITTER MODULE107PHOTORESISTOR MODULE109MERCURY TILT SWITCH MODULE111PHOTO INTERRUPTER MODULE113VIBRATION SWITCH MODULE115KEY SWITCH MODULE117ACTIVE BUZZER MODULE119PASSIVE BUZZER MODULE120Ball Switch123Magnetic Reed Switch125Line Tracking Sensor128Rotary Encoder Sensor129Resources132.


Zero to Hero ESP8266

Includes getting data to VB. Net, drawing graphs, using google gadgets to show gauges, hardware design aspects and much more. Iot is recent trend in market you can built anything with help of this book, covers from basics to advance level. Super book for becoming super hero in Internet of Things world. It takes you from zero to become master in ESP8266 programming using Arduino IDE.