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The schematic shown in step 2 doesn't work since ESP8266 can require more than 250mA and the 3.3V Arduino UNO line can provide only 60mA or less. You will get some reset.
After a loooong read.....Well done! Everithing is well explained so one can easily reproduce it also with modifications since it is written all about your decisions. Thus everyone can be inspired to do something similar so it is long but not too long, there are all the words you need. Well done again!See herehttps://hackaday.com/2018/01/14/pi-weather-lamp-puts-lava-lamps-to-shame/Only one question: why you have chosen a RaspberryPI instead of an ESP8266 that, I believe, can do the same?Only two corrections"Wind is displayed by moving pixels verticaly" maybe horizontally?Celsius instead of celcius
Wow! Thank you!
Beautiful project!Please, change the PDF removing all line numbers or add a INO file!If I copy code from the actual PDF I get also the line numbers that I have to remove by hand!
This project is on HackaDay!!!https://hackaday.com/2017/11/03/meccano-piston-pum...Great!!!!
Thank you very much!
Thanks for sharing. Using a translator I was able to read all three posts.
Well done!I suggest one improvements. Move the NRF24 pins from D9 and D10 to D7 and D8, so you free the hardware pwm pins. Remove the software pwm library. Use D5 and D6 for leftFor and LeftBack. Use D9 and D10 for rightFor and rightBack. Use digitalWrite on these pins instead of SoftPWMSet.ManiacBug library is very old, there is a new one but it is slighty different and maybe it doesn't work for you.
You're right. But while I was thinking on this solution another guy used a different solution: two speakerhttps://www.instructables.com/id/Scanning-Laser-Mi...
Great Project! Well done!I wander if it is possible to use directly the entire pickup since there is the laser and the diode to read it's reflection.
Have hou chosen Arduino Nano among boards menù?
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