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8×8 Dotmatrix Scrolling LED display using atmega8515 microcontroller

Here's an another project, which makes an Scrolling LED display. Here 64 leds which are connected to an Matrix display. The Anodes are drived through an Driver IC UDN2981 and the cathodes are drived through ULN2803. The Atmega8515 is used in this project to control the display. The microcontroller is programmed with Bascom AVR. Circuit Diagram Designing Software You can also download an software which is us ...

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LCD Interface Board Using ATTiny2313

Description This board can directly connected to the STK 500 board or the ATTiny2313 ISP program board with a 10 pole flatcable on the 10 pin header of the STK500 and the 10 pin header of the LCD/Switch board. The display has 16*2 character positions and is Hitachi HD44780 compatible, and also has a LED backlight that can be switched on/off by a jumper. It uses only one port of the AVR-microcontroller. It a ...

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LCD Display On Glass Interface Using AT2313

Description Liquid Crystal Display on Glass is the newest in LCD technology. The display's are very compact, it measures 55x27 mm and the height is only 2mm without LED backlight and 5.8mm with LED backlight. The display's can have different LED background light instead of only the green and blue of the normal LCD modules.There are 5 monochrome colors available: white, green/yellow, blue, red, amber and the ...

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Make an automatic plant light using ATTiny26 Microcontroller

This light helps your plants grow. I got the idea from the Garduino, but nothing is taken from it. The schematic and the program are mine. This plant light gives your plants 4 additional hours of light per day. When it gets dark, it turns on and after 4 hours of darkness, the light turns out. The light restarts when it detects light. You will need: 1x ATTiny26 1x 5V Wall adapter 3x Red LEDs 1x 30ohm resisto ...

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LED wind indicator Using atmega8 Microcontroller

I have something with the weather. I always like to know how warm or cold it is, how much rain has fallen, how hard the wind blows and from what direction,... and so there are lots of sensors around our house to keep me up to date. These sensors give only a limited range of data, so I still need the internet to inform me about everything I want to know. I am lucky because one of the national weather data co ...

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