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Single board computers (SBCs) have been credited with rekindling an interest in electronics across all age groups, young and old. SBCs themselves have been around for a very long time and can be found in many industrial automation systems, but it was the advent of boards such as the Arduino and Raspberry Pi that really established the maker trend. Today there are many different SBCs available on the market, and many of them have one thing in common: they all use the Linux operating system.

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does anybody know why the parameters for range on the MP Antenna Tracker screen are not transmitted to an Arduino via com port and why the parameters for ‘Speed’/‘Acceleration’ are greyed out in case of selecting the "Ardu Tracker’ interface, while they are available with ‘Maestro’ board? Thanks in advance!


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Filament: PLA Natural
LED: Square Diffused Digital ws2811 addressable RGB LED Pixel String

You can control the light with Arduino or Nodemcu. (Checkout Adafruit Neopixel examples. just modify the type to NEO_RGB)
5V for led string is coming from VUSB.

** You need to find proper angle or adjust parameters to get minimum support for petal


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          Connect Intel Edison to QNAP NAS via QIoT Suite Lite      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Get started with Intel Edison (Node.js)

QIoT Suite Lite

In this tutorial, you will learn the basics of using Intel Edison (that runs on the Linux-based Yocto). You will then learn how to seamlessly connect your devices to QNAP NAS using QIoT Suite Lite.
Please ensure your Intel Edison and NAS are under the same LAN.

1. Configure your device

Configure your Intel Edison with an operating system, set up your development environment, and deploy an application to Intel Edison.

1.1 Download Intel Edison drivers

Download dicers for Intel Edison based on your host PC, available here:

Windows users
Mac users
Linux users

1.2 Configure and test your device

Getting started with Intel Edison

If this is your first time using Intel Edison, you must follow some steps to assemble it.

Follow steps 1-3 in the instructions.

- Step 1:  Assemble boards and sensors.

- Step 2:  Run setup tools.
Use the setup tool to flash the latest firmware on the Intel Edison development board via a convenient wizard. The setup tool also lets you enable SSH and Wi-Fi* connectivity to your board, as described in the steps to follow.

- Step 3: Download development environment.
Download the Intel® XDK cross-platform integrated development environment

Verify and upload your onBoardBlink project to Intel Edison

  • Creating your project
    1. Launch the Intel XDK.
    2. Follow the on-screen instructions to log in to your Intel® XDK account or sign up for a new Intel XDK account.
    3. From the Projects tab, click Start a New Project in the bottom left. The Start a New Project page will opens.
    4. In the Internet of Things Embedded Application list on the left, click Templates. A list of templates will be displayed on the right.
      QIoT Suite Lite
    5. Select the Onboard LED Blink template, and click Continue.
    6. You can modify the directory to store your projects in Project Directory.
    7. Enter a name for the project in Project Name.
      QIoT Suite Lite

Connecting to the board

From the IoT Device drop-down list in the bottom left, select your development board. The Connect to your IoT Device dialog box will open.
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  1. If your development board is not included in the drop-down list, you must connect to your board manually. Select Add Manual Connectionand enter your board's IP address in Address.
  2. If you have created a user name and password to log in to your board, enter them in User Name and Password. Otherwise, leave the default values.
  3. Click "Connect".
  4. The daemon must be updated if it is out of date. This will disconnect from the board, as the daemon has to be restarted. Follow the instructions to reconnect when prompted.
  5. If the clock on your board and the Intel XDK IoT Edition is out of sync, click "Sync".
  6. A confirmation message will display the connection status and IP address of your development board. Click "Dismiss". Your board is now connected.                                              

Upload and run the project

  1. Go to "Develop" tab and look for the IoT toolbar at the bottom of the window.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  2. Click the Upload icon QIoT Suite Lite to upload your project to the board.
  3. Click the Run icon QIoT Suite Lite to run your code. You should see a flashing LED on your board.
  4. Click the Stop icon QIoT Suite Lite to stop the LED.
    Congratulations, you have run your first IoT app using the Intel XDK IoT Edition, please refer to

1.3 Install Node.js and required libraries

Open a terminal application on your computer and connect to Intel Edison.

Install the latest Node,js

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2. Create your device in QIoT Suite Lite

2.1 Install QIoT Suite Lite

  • QIoT Suite Lite can be installed from the App Center.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Launch and log in to QIoT Suite Lite. The default username and password is "admin".
    QIoT Suite Lite

2.2 Create a new IoT application

IoT Applications are a combination of Things, Rules, and Dashboards. We recommend that you first create a “Things” in IoT Application. This IoT Application allows you to keep a record of all of the devices that are connected to your NAS.Rules make it possible to build IoT applications that gather, process, analyze and act on data generated by connected devices. Rules can apply to data from one or many devices, and it can take one or many actions in parallel.Dashboards, turn your data into analytics and reports that provide real-time insights.All these elements provide user a complete IoT Application environment.
QIoT Suite Lite

  • If this is your first time to use QIoT Suite Lite, use QIoT Quick Setup to guide you through a quick setup of an IoT application. After reading the introduction, click Next.
    QIoT Suite Lite

    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Create a New IoT application
    • Enter the IoT Application name (for example: "app_1").
    • The Rule name and Dashboard name will be automatically generated based on the IoT Application Name.
    • Click "Next".
      QIoT Suite Lite
  • Click "+ Add" to add this application’s device.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Click "+Add", In "Add Things":
    • Enter a name for your device (for example: "edison") and enter the device information (such as serial number and manufacturer) in Add attribute.
    • If your device is already supported by QIoT (Arduino Yun,Raspberry Pi, Edison, and Linkit 7688 (Duo)), choose a pre-defined Thing Type.
    • Click Add.
      QIoT Suite Lite
  • Enter the IP address, User Name, and Password of your device and click the Connect icon. QIoT Suite Lite will check the connection with the device. After the connection is verified, click Next.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • In "Resources", click "Add Resource".
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • In "Add Thing Resource":
    • Enter the name and ID for the sensor in Resource Name and Resource ID. Please note that the Resource ID will be used to create a Topic in the QIoT Broker. This ID should be unique for the device and no duplicates should be allowed for the same device.
      QIoT Suite Lite
  • In "API Keys":
    • If you want to embed QIoT dashboard widgets into web pages or access QIoT APIs from third-party applications, go to the API Keys tab and click "Generate New API Key". Click "Done".
      QIoT Suite Lite
  • Your IoT application will now be created. Node.js sample codes and related files (certificate, resource information) will be uploaded to the specified path on your device.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • A sample dashboard will be created
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Go to the Rule tab to define the flow or rules on how to process the data sent from the device, and how to present in a dashboard.
    QIoT Suite Lite

3. Connect your device to QIoT Suite Lite using MQTTS

3.1 Run Sample Code

  • Open a Terminal application (such as PuTTY) on your PC.Connect to your device using SSH and enter the folder where the sample code is stored (for example: /home/root/bundle).
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • To install sample code dependencies, enter the following commands:
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Run the sample code
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • The device will send a message to the topic "temp" (or the topic you defined).
    QIoT Suite Lite

3.2 Using another protocol

  • Click "Connect a Device".
  • You can select another protocol.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Connect to your device using SSH, and enter the following commands:
    QIoT Suite Lite

4. Integrate Power BI

4.1 Get your first Power BI account

  • Sign up for a free PowerBI account at
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • After a sequence of registration, the page will lead you to below page, you can press "My workspace", and "skip for now" button appear. You could click "skip for now "to start create dataset.
    QIoT Suite Lite

4.2 Setup your streaming dataset API

  • Create "Datasets"
    • Click "Create" in the top-right corner
    • Click "Streaming dataset"
      QIoT Suite Lite
  • Select "API", the source of your data, and click "Next".
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Define your values from stream (e.g., temp, max, min), and you will get a JSON result in the textbox. We will use this JSON code to push data to the QIoT Suite Lite application. Click "Create" to finish.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Once you create your data stream, you get a REST API URL which IoT applications can call using POST requests to push your live data to the streaming data dataset you created.
    QIoT Suite Lite

4.3 Configure Node-RED’s nodes in IoT application

  • Create IoT application in QIoT suite.
  • The following is your first Node-RED flow, and then you can start creating your own IoT flow. You can learn more about Node-RED at
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Before you start pushing live data to Power BI. We need a "function" node to convert IoT data to a streaming data dataset. Here you can replace msg.payload to your JSON dataset.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Function code as following:
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • We need an "http request" node to help us to push live data to Power BI. Just drop and drag "http request" node and connect to tail of "function" node.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Copy and paste the REST API URL that you got from the Power BI console, and set http method to POST. Click "Deploy" to save changes
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Your Node-RED flow will look like below.
    QIoT Suite Lite

4.4 Add tile to display real-time data

  • Create "Dashboard"
    • Click "Create" in screen upper right corner
    • And then click "Dashboard"
    • Enter dashboard’s name, and click "Create" to complete create dashboard.
      QIoT Suite Lite

      QIoT Suite Lite
  • Click "Add tile" in screen upper right corner
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Select "CUSTOM STREAMING DATA" and then select the "Next" button.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Select datasets and click "Next".
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • Select visualization type (e.g., gauge), and set value, min, and max value.
    QIoT Suite Lite
  • You have a streaming dataset to work with; you can get a real time gauge that looks like as following.
    QIoT Suite Lite
    Please visit QNAP github for QIoT Suite Lite sample code "QNAP-Github"

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Eladó egy ESP32 alapú mikrokontroller új, bontatlan csomagban!
- processzor: dual core, 240 MHz
- tápfeszültség: 5 V (micro USB portról vagy tápcsatlakozóról)
- memória: 4 MB Flash, 520 kB RAM, 1 kB EEPROM
- vezeték nélküli vezérlő: ESP32
- wifi: b/g/n, wifi direct, 2, 4 GHz, WPA/WPA2/WEP
- bluetooth: V4. 2 és BLE
- digitális I/O kivezetések: 19 db (PWM is)
- analóg I/O kivezetések: 11 db
- érintő panel támogatás
- soros chip: CP2102
Arduino IDE kompatibilis!
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If you're old enough to remember Radio Shack (and shame on you if you're not!), you probably remember those old coin-eating robot piggybanks. You'd put a coin in its hand and it would “eat” it.

Sometimes, the best robots are less functional and more emotional. Asked why he made this project, creator Eunchan Park simply stated, “This is fun, makes me smile, and feels good.”

Here's how to build your own Hungry Robot using Arduino along with some open-source code and freely available 3D printing model files:



Parts List




 Arduino Nano


 Adafruit infrared distance sensor


 PiMill MG90S Metal Gear Micro Servo


 Toy eyeballs


 Pack of self-locking white nylon cable zip ties


 Dupont female-to-female breadboard jumper wire ribbon cables


 uxcell Hexagon Socket Cap Head Self Tapping Screws Fasteners M  2x8mm



Arduino Setup:

First, we'll need to upload the source code to the Arduino board.

1.) Install Arduino IDE.

2.) Download the source code.

3.) Connect your Arduino to your PC via USB.

4.) Select the board, processor, and com port – Arduino Nano and ATmega328P (Old Bootloader).

5.) Find and select the emerging com port and click “Upload.”


3D Printing Parts:

1.) Download the 3D modeling files from Thingiverse.*

*For each part, the brim setting needs to be at least 1mm.


Circuit Assembly:

1.) All parts are connected using a female-to-female Dupont cable. You'll need to cut and re-wire the cable manually to save space inside the robot. To do this, strip the cables and then twist the wires together and tape them.

2.) The servo motor uses three pins. Vcc and GND is essential and a PWM pin must also be allocated with the servo motor. In this project, pin 12 is used.

3.) The infrared sensor also uses three wires. The Arduino requires an analog input to detect objects at a distance. In this project, A7 pin is allocated.


Hardware Assembly:

1.) To assemble the arms, use a screwdriver to connect the black horn from the servo motor to the the hand (printed with the hand.stl file).

2.) Next, attach the guide piece (guide.stl) behind the servo motor and place the servo motor inside the body (body.stl). Use a screwdriver to fix it in place.

3.) Place the infrared sensor into the body so that it is facing out of the long slot. Then, insert in the inner body “basket” (inner_body.stl).

4.) Affix the hand to the body by threading one cable tie from the inside out, then using another cable tie to hold everything in place. 

5.) Attach the head (head.stl) to the body using the same cable tie method. Lock the head in place to the body at the joint and thread a cable tie through.

6.) Now, connect the head and body using the link (link.stl). This is the most important part of the robot's body. Again, you'll want to use the cable tie method.

7.) Connect all of the wires to the Arduino board. Check the color, location, and pin numbers. The diagram below provides a helpful guide:

8.) Place the Arduino inside of the body and plug a USB cable into the Arduino through the hole at the bottom of the body.

9.) Once the Arduino and USB cable are in place, the bottom (bottom.stl) should snap right in place.

10.) Glue the toy eyeballs to the robot and paint/decorate it however you want. Your Hungry Robot is ready to eat whatever you put in its hands!

[All images courtesy Eunchan Park]

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What if I told you that you could build a display out of shoe laces!? Well that is exactly what I've done!Building your own seven segment display is nothing new, it's a very common Arduino project, but I had an idea for this one so I said I'd give it a go, and I am absolutely delighted with how it c...
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من وقتی میخوام برنامه آپلودکنم به آردوینو نانو این ارور رو می ده: Arduino: 1.6.12 (Windows 10), Board: "Arduino Nano, ATmega328" Sketch uses 1,040 bytes (3%) of program storage space. Maximum is 30,720 bytes. Global variables use 9 bytes (0%) of dynamic memory, leaving 2,039 bytes for local...
          Commentaires sur Arduino, ESP8266 et Python, trois nouveaux livres dans la collection “La Fabrique” par Jean Christophe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Je te remercie pour ton point de vue, mais il ne faut pas oublier que le livre sur l'Arduino s'adresse aussi bien aux débutants qu'aux utilisateurs plus avancés. Il est donc indispensable de commencer par le programme Blink (qui est considéré comme le "Hello World" de l'Arduino). Ce programme est effectivement basé sur un clignotement de LED qui utilise la fonction delay (qui met le programme en pause pendant un certain temps). Mais c'est un passage obligé pour tout utilisateur de l'Arduino. Je pense que c'est certainement le 1er sketch que tu as téléversé sur ton Arduino. Évidement le livre ne s'arrête pas là, il explique aussi comment contourner le problème. Autrement, c'est vrai que l'on peut trouver des infos sur l'Arduino sur Internet, mais dans ce livre, tout est regroupé avec une logique et une progression. Le code et les branchements sont détaillés et ont été testés... Après, si tu connais déjà tout ça, c'est vrai que tu n'as peut être pas besoin de ce livre, mais si tu veux qu'on en discute, tu devrais quand même le lire, cela te donnerait une vision plus claire de son contenu.
          Check the weather on this Arduino-controlled split-flap display      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Split-flap displays show information using characters changed by an electric motor. While they’ve largely been replaced by more modern means, hobbyists like “gabbapeople” have been keeping this this technique alive, in this case as a four-character IoT weather display. The device is built using laser-cut plexiglass, and uses four individual servos to actuate the character […]
          TUTO afficheur rapport engagé      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Salut à tous, Comme proposé dans mon post sur mon brélon, voici un mini tuto pour réaliser votre indicateur de rapport engagé. La logique derrière est suffisamment simple pour être à la portée de tout le monde avec quelques explications mais suffisamment complexe dans le sens ou vous serez obligés de vous poser un moment pour coder votre propre afficheur. L'idée est d'utiliser un arduino nano pour lire la tension renvoyée par la boite et afficher le rapport correspondant sur un ...
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Solidworks Proteus Melsoft Gx Developer (PLC Mitsubishi) SIMATIC_WinCC_Flexible (Scada) Simatic Manger (PLC Siemens) Multisim Arduino Matlab LTspice Fuidsim3 Energia Ekts Cvavreval_AVR Altium Etap Autocad... (Budget: $15 - $25 USD, Jobs: CAD/CAM, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, LabVIEW, PCB Layout)
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Thomas Colligan posted a discussion

Adding custom message to GCS

I'm trying to use my pixhawk autopilot to forward a custom mavlink message from the GCS to an arduino, which will then decode the message and forward it to a transponder.I want to be able to update this message from the GCS software while the UAV is in the air and send it over the GCS telemetry link. In order to do this, I want to add custom buttons and text fields to the GCS software. However, I haven't been able to find resources that explain how to customize GCS software. Another alternative is using pymavlink embedded in pyQt to send the custom message while still using GCS software. I need a GUI to edit the custom message because the end users are not familiar with programming. However, I am not sure if there will be communication conflicts arising from pymavlink and the GCS software both trying to use the same port.Concisely, I need help sending a custom mavlink message from a GCS to pixhawk over telemetry.If this can be achieved, please let me know.Thanks!See More

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Solidworks Proteus Melsoft Gx Developer (PLC Mitsubishi) SIMATIC_WinCC_Flexible (Scada) Simatic Manger (PLC Siemens) Multisim Arduino Matlab LTspice Fuidsim3 Energia Ekts Cvavreval_AVR Altium Etap Autocad... (Budget: $15 - $25 USD, Jobs: CAD/CAM, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, LabVIEW, PCB Layout)
          人工智能浪潮下的少儿编程,能否发展成下一个“新少儿英语”?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
  1.   (速途教育8月8日综述 报道/彭盼盼)人工智能浪潮下,随着政策加持、巨头入局、资本涌入,作为STEAM教育的分支,少儿编程热从国外蔓延至国内。






















    人工智能浪潮下的少儿编程,能否发展成为下一个“新少儿英语”? (数据来源于百度指数官网)
































































          Learn How to Create Your Own Arduino Projects for a Price You Choose      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Comment on Ask Hackaday: Is There a Common Mechanical Parts Library? by Leithoa      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
@Hairless Ape >>Yes! Few of us ‘hackers’ will have the space or resources to purchase the whole library. Definitely, but if there's a parts library of the 10,000 most common parts from 747's to arduino shields, doesn't it make sense to have some of that list on hand? As others have mentioned not everywhere has the option to express ship something from shanghai or the nearest amazon depot. Obviously you're going to focus on the parts useful to your projects. >> ...many will not apply to us as individuals. That is the point I was dancing around. There are many parts that are very common across multiple industries or hobby niches but they don't make sense for rennaisssance hobbyists to keep on hand or the 'common' parts might be prohibitively expensive. >>This absolutely depends on your goals I completely agree, but the target audience I see using this list most often are Hackerspaces trying to stock parts for a couple dozen people and people sending small runs to some board house. You may only need to build single digit quantities of a project but production time (price) adds up when you have to swap reels or tool heads. Your lawnmower example is a good one because sometimes parts are 'common' simply because that year model broke quickly and you can find them at the thrift store or recycler for scrap prices. How many HV projects start with 'find and old CRT display to gut'? >> designing for an audience Absolutely, as I said, the tooling you have access too informs your design choices. I agree someone that enjoys 3D printing is unlikely to have a brake or shears, I think that's a gross oversight though as you can buy or make both of them for under the same price as a good low end printer. Door hinges and some hardwood boards will produce nice bends in light gauge metal. Or a set of hand seamers for small enclosures. I understand space is a premium even if you have a 10,000sqf 'space to work in, that doesn't mean you need aircraft repair equipment to work on sheet metal. All of this goes back to my first point of 'common to what?'.
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