Temperature Controlled Alarm Project Using LM35 & LM358 & Arduino Tutorial Using LM35



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Temperature Controlled Alarm Project using LM35 & LM358 & Arduino Tutorial using LM35(with Code)Hola,Ladies & Gentlemen,Hope everything is going so well .Back with another new project called "Temperature Controlled Alarm Project using LM35 & LM358 & Arduino Tutorial using LM35" .In this project I've used 2 different major ICs/components. One is LM358 IC & the other one is LM35 ic.They work together & make a full functional circuit. 1.What is LM 358n IC? Ans: Its a OP-AMP(Operational Amplifier) . It can be use in many ways . Like amplifier , frequency (square wave generator), comparator etc. 2.What is LM35 ?Ans: Its an sensor IC with 3 pin (+ve,GND & OUTPUT) . It also can be use in many ways . We can use this IC for different purposes . In YouTube , it's not possible to write all these datasheets .


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In YouTube , it's not possible to write all these datasheets .

#Code for Temperature control project : https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7qa... Project Reference: https://playground.arduino.cc/Main/LM... #Circuit_diagram: https://circuitdigest.com/fullimage?i... References:1. https://www.circuitdigest.com/ 2. https://www.arduino.cc/ But if you got anything to know then please feel free to share & also lemme know your tips & thoughts in the #COMMENT section or connect wimme in my #Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/Ashiqworld If this video make snese to you then please give us a #THUMBS_UP , #SHARING is free for all my videos & #SUBSCRIBE must to get all my future videos . Haasta Laa Vistaa. Adios :) Love you all :)

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