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Control Electrical Appliances from Android Smart Phone using Bluetooth : Project Construction

Connecting Bluetooth Module with Development Board The Bluetooth module has seven interface pins of which two are NC (not connected) pins. The table below shows how you can interface with it our low cost AVR development board. Bluetooth Module Dev Board GND GND RST PD2 TX PD0 RX PD1 NC NC +5V IN VCC Connecting Output Indicator LEDs For initial testing purpose we will use LEDs to indicate the state of four l ...

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An Android Reflow controller that anyone can build

The story so far Welcome to the never ending saga of Andy and his reflow controllers. About a year ago I published a project writeup showing how I built a PID-based reflow controller. It featured a 640×360 graphical LCD from the Sony U5 Vivaz mobile phone and was all-surface mount. It worked well and continues to serve me well to this day but I always thought that there were improvements that I could make i ...

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Nix Color Sensor

Nix is a patent pending device that allows anyone to become a color expert. Just grab Nix from your pocket, purse, or bag, touch it to an object and magically watch the exact color appear on your iPhone, Android, PC, or Mac. Once scanned, you can keep palettes of your favorite colors, match the color to real life pigments, and even receive directions to the nearest store where you can purchase the color. ...

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RK-1 – a wifi Arduino mobile robot for iOS & Android devices

RK-1 is a wifi enabled mobile robot that you control using your iOS or Android tablet or phone that makes your Arduino projects mobile. I love building and programming mobile robots and because of my love of mobile robots, mobile phones/tablets and the Arduino, I combined them to make a prototype called the "RK-1". THE IDEA The RK-1 is a fun mobile robot, that uses an ad hoc wifi connection, which is contro ...

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FT311 – USB communication with Android devices without drivers

New USB chip from FTDI supports the Android open accessory mode, what enables a straightforward connectivity of USB devices and saves a battery of an Android device.  To connect a device to a smartphone (tablet,...) or other Android OS device via a USB is at the time possible in 2 ways - by means of a USB OTG (On The Go) or via a so called „Android open Accessory“ mode. USB OTG was introduced to you in the ...

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UDOO: Android Linux Arduino in a tiny single-board computer

What's UDOO? UDOO is a mini PC that could run either Android or Linux, with an Arduino-compatible board embedded. UDOO is a powerful prototyping board for software development and design, it’s easy to use and with a few steps you can start using it and creating your projects with minimum knowledge. UDOO merges different computing worlds in one; each world has its strengths and weaknesses, and all of them ar ...

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Anomalous Networks Launches Free “Bill Shock” App for Android Smartphones Bringing Real-Time Telecom Expense Management to Users Fingertips

Barcelona, Spain (Vocus/PRWEB) February 15, 2011 Anomalous Networks, Inc., the innovator and leading supplier of Real-Time Telecom Expense Management (R-TEM) solutions, today announced the availability of its Telicost on-demand dashboard solution and free Telicost-Lite app for Android smartphones at Mobile World Congress (Booth 7A107 Hall 7). The Anomalous Networks Telicost Saas-based system gives small to ...

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