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PID Controller Servo VISUINO
Hi MichaelS1328,Yes, I have already posted some videos on the 2.0 robot. Will see to post instructables too soon :-)https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLymDIvwzJQlseAGSoKxOd3bKnU68ry5An
Program Arduino UNO With Visuino to Draw on ILI9341 TFT Touchscreen Display Shield With Pen
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Thank you!I finally had time to recreate the project. The map will show correctly once the GPS picks the location. It may take up to 15-30 minutes if you have really bad signal. It picks it faster if I put my GPS module next to the window. Usually picks a signal within 2-3 minutes.
Wyhyłowy Wskaźnik Audio
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ESP8266 GMail Sender
Thank you :-)
Use "Make Structure" and "Split Structure" components ;-)
Assemble Kuman Wi-Fi Robot With Camera and Manipulator
Assemble Kuman Wi-Fi Robot ...View Instructable »
Thank you! I am already preparing such tutorial as well as number of other tutorials, so stay tuned ;-) . If I am not mistaken, I already sent you project over e-mail earlier today ;-)
You should use something like 7V adapter for the VIN pin, as there is a regulator on the nano, and it needs more than 5V to operate properly and generate 5V on its output. You may be able to hook directly to the 5V to power it, but I am not sure if there can be any problems.
Fast, Portable and Affordable Oscilloscope and Inductance Meter
Thank you!Yes, not only the Nanos are cheap and small, but they have 2 more Analog Pins than the UNO :-)
Arduino and Visuino: Long Distance Remote Light Sensor With RFM95W/RFM98W Makerfabs LoRa Shields
Arduino and Visuino: Long D...View Instructable »
Mini Robot (con Adafruit Gemma)
Great! Thank you for the nice words and the posting of the picture :-)
Yes, that's how I got mines :-)
Congratulations! This is a really great tutorial, and the only one that I know of that shows using Arduino IDE and Visuino projects together! I am sure a lot of people are looking for how to do this.
Visuino: Fingerprint Sensor With Nextion Display
Most likely the GPS can't get signal. Place it closer to a window or in more open area ;-)
Great job!Thank you for posting yet another great tutorial on using Nextion Display with Visuino. There is a lot of interest in this type of tutorials.Can't wait to see what you will come up with next... :-)
Visuino: Moving Servo Via Nextion Slider
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Hi rafununu,Thank you!This is not true! HC-SR04 is included in Visuino and was one of the first components to be added, already 2 years ago. Here is example project with it:https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Nano-Ultrasonic-RangerPing-Distance-I2C-2-/The reason I am using PayPal only at the moment is that I try to keep the price of Visuino as low as possible. Other payment processors charge too much and I would have had to increase the price. You can keep using the Visuino for free. It will run for 5 min every time you run, which is enough for most projects, and then you can run again.If you want to try some alternative payment, please let me know, and I can see what i can do.
Arduino Nano and Visuino: Animate the Colors of RGB LED
Arduino Nano and Visuino: A...View Instructable »
Strange :-( . My one worked quite fine actually :-( . Not sure what could be wrong...
Arduino Nano and Visuino: Control Stepper Motor with Buttons
Should be just fine. The drivers are intended to power the motor as far as I know ;-)
I plan such tutorial too... just so short on time :-( . It will come soon.
Finally had a chance to make such Instructable:https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Nano-and-Visuino-Convert-Acceleration-to-A/
Arduino Nano and Visuino: Convert Acceleration to Angle From Accelerometer and Gyroscope MPU6050 I2C Sensor
Arduino Nano and Visuino: C...View Instructable »
Thank you! i think you will need to use the E and B pins for the second cell. Then add a second component in Visuino, and check the "Use Channel B" property for it. I have not tested thou... Will be interesting to see how it works. Maybe I will see to get myself a second loadcell and test :-)
Assembling Pan and Tilt Camera Mount
Assembling Pan and Tilt Cam...View Instructable »
Just have in essence metal wrapping around the cable, connected to ground:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shielded_cableThis is called shielded cable.
The coding is done by creating Visuino design. Visuino generates the code automatically.
I think 5 V should be fine for 100m . You may consider shielding.
Congratulations on the Featured Instructable!Looking forward to see more cool projects from you... :-)
Arduino Nano: Flame Sensor With Visuino
Arduino Nano: Flame Sensor ...View Instructable »
You can use only one ESP8266, bit then it will not be Wi-Fi remote controlled, but will be controlled with the cable from the Wii ;-)
Hello liethsau,Thank you!Can you please explain? So far there are generated over 15000 trail keys, and I have never heard somebody having a problem :-( . Can you please let me know what happened so I can get the web site developer to fix it ASAP?You can also contact me at email@example.com . If you have problems generating the trail, I will generate it for you.With best regards, Boian
If I understand correctly the idea, yes you can use LEDs to make your own display
Congratulations! Looks good :-) Enjoy!
You should use a normal servo for this purpose. This project is not designed for continuous servo.
LED Cube Pendant - Worlds Smallest LED Cube
You can use the Visuino Terminal, or the Arduino IDE terminal. If you connect as example the "X" output of the controller in Visuino to the In pin of the Serial, and program the Arduino, you should be able to see the values ;-)
Cool :-) Thank you! It requires power injector and splitter circuitry that I don't have at the moment, and most people don't have either, but is a very cool approach for remotely powering the sensors :-)I tried to make Instructable with ready, easily accessible off the shelf components.
Hi TristanG14,Start by connecting each part one by one to the serial and checking what the values are ;-) First connect as example the X of the Wii to serial, and see if it works, then the Y, then do the same for the output of the analog toggle switch etc. ;-) . This way you will discover where the values look wrong ;-)
Hi FrancM,My particular power bank worked quite well actually. I did few projects with it, and I use it a lot in my testing, but I have never tested with other power banks :-( . Maybe my one is just exception...Cheers, Boian
Looks nice :-) Congratulations! Enjoy :-)
Great! :-) I am glad you found the bug :-) . Post some picture ;-) . You can click on the "I Made it!" button and post the picture :-) Will be nice to see it :-)
You are Welcome! Enjoy :-)
VISUINO : NEXTION GPS DISPLAY AND SDCARD LOGGER
USB Volume knob
Add, and connect the "Acceleration To Angle" component ;-)
Cool! Looks great! :-)
Homemade 3 Axis Gimbal
Program Infrared Remote Controlled Arduino Smart Car Robot With Visuino
Program Infrared Remote Con...View Instructable »
Thank you for posting the link :-)The installs from the site are a bit old, as it is about the time for the next official release that will come soon. For now I would recommend people to use these installs from my blog:http://labpacks.blogspot.com/2016/11/source-code-f...They are tested well in Delphi 10.1 Berlin, and will be similar to the next official release. They have a lot of new stuff used in the video :-)Cheers, Boian
You can generate the code easily with the latest version of Visuino. You can use it for free to 5 min. every time you run - plenty of time to generate the project or do some changes, and then you can run again ;-) .
Using Visuino and Delphi Short Video Tutorial
Using Visuino and Delphi sh...View Instructable »
Arduino Uno and Visuino: GPS Location Display With GPS and TFT Touchscreen Display Shields
Arduino Uno and Visuino: GP...View Instructable »
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