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  • Col68 commented on kai.h's instructable PID Temperature Controlled Oven8 weeks ago
    PID Temperature Controlled Oven

    Hello dear Kai.h thank you very much for your instructions and advice that i will follow, finally it still works despite the fairly thin PCB, i think this is a new cheap model, thanks again for your help and sharing your project , cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on DonX-Developer's instructable YAPS 750 Power Supply2 months ago
    YAPS 750 Power Supply

    Hello DonX, I wanted to realize the YAPS-96 but unfortunately the voltmetre ampermeter received is defective, the screen amperemetre displays 0.0, if i press towards the middle it works :( I think the welds are misreading or it is simply non-functional, the supplier refunded the sum of the purchase, now I ordered another more expensive, i am looking forward to the YAPS-96, see you soon, cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on kai.h's instructable PID Temperature Controlled Oven2 months ago
    PID Temperature Controlled Oven

    Hello Kai.h,Thank you very much for your sharing, it motivated me a lot to realize it but i received a PID REX-C100FK02-V*AN DN (Aliexxx) it is very strange to those i can see on the internet shares, i do not know but he has the dangerous air ? The microcontroller chip is HY16F88VB look like PIC16F but it is not the same manufacturer (apparently). Do you think i will take a chance to use this model ? Thank you in advance for all information, cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on kristylynn84's instructable The Perfect Zombie3 months ago
    The Perfect Zombie

    Hello, I am shocked by your instructables, what pleasure do you find yourself disguised as a monster? what mentality? where is this world going? how could a human do such a disgusting thing? how can a human love this? I am simply shocked, I believe that the reality of life is lost for those who love this kind of thing. Youth is dead, more respect, more honor, nothing. I apologize for being heavy but my words are really for you to save this very bad mentality. I wish you peace, family life and happiness. Cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on DonX-Developer's instructable YAPS 750 Power Supply3 months ago
    YAPS 750 Power Supply

    Hi DonX, Thank you very much, for your wonderful sharing, for your help, for your generosity, i ordered the items, my project is called Little Yaps 96 :) Thank you again and i wish you, good health, peace and happiness, see you soon with the YAPS 96.

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  • Col68 commented on DonX-Developer's instructable YAPS 750 Power Supply3 months ago
    YAPS 750 Power Supply

    Hello DonX,I'm sorry to be bad in English. Thank you for your answers, i wanted to use this power supply for a project like yours in smaller "The little YAPS 750" :) thank you for your sharing thanks to you fans like me can enjoy. The second question concerns the resistance on the 5V, in the examples with ATX the people use a resistance of 5 ohm 10W or one more on the old ATX and 22 ohms 10w on the recent ATX. Apparently it helps to stabilize the output current. As my power supply has only 96 Watts what resistance solder on the 5V ? Thank you and very good weekend.

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  • Col68 commented on DonX-Developer's instructable YAPS 750 Power Supply3 months ago
    YAPS 750 Power Supply

    Hello DonX, i wanted to realize your beautiful project in smaller and share the photos, i have a power Xbox 1.2-1.5 to recover, it is registered on the PCB (DPSN-96BP) i think that "D" is in DC "PS" is in power supply "96" the power in Watt (96W) and" BP "does not find what it means Several output voltages are present : - 1x +3.3VSB (sensor) 750mA / 2x +3,3V 4.8A / 4x +5V 13.2A / 1x +12V 1.2A / 1x -12V / 1x -5V / 7x 0V GND / 1x Power OK / 1x +5V Power On / PS-ON Power ON /it also has a fuse of 3.15A, my questions, is it possible to use it as a PC ATX power supply? if so, which resistance to use? a resistance of 5w 5 ohm would be enough or more or less? Sorry to disturb you in my adventure but i would like to succeed if possible....

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    Hello DonX, i wanted to realize your beautiful project in smaller and share the photos, i have a power Xbox 1.2-1.5 to recover, it is registered on the PCB (DPSN-96BP) i think that "D" is in DC "PS" is in power supply "96" the power in Watt (96W) and" BP "does not find what it means Several output voltages are present : - 1x +3.3VSB (sensor) 750mA / 2x +3,3V 4.8A / 4x +5V 13.2A / 1x +12V 1.2A / 1x -12V / 1x -5V / 7x 0V GND / 1x Power OK / 1x +5V Power On / PS-ON Power ON /it also has a fuse of 3.15A, my questions, is it possible to use it as a PC ATX power supply? if so, which resistance to use? a resistance of 5w 5 ohm would be enough or more or less? Sorry to disturb you in my adventure but i would like to succeed if possible. I apologize for my english using a translator and thank you in advance for any information, cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on Imetomi's instructable $8 DIY Variable Digital Power Supply4 months ago
    $8 DIY Variable Digital Power Supply

    Hello, good idea and especially thank you for sharing, iown this regulator i will do it and as a bonus i will add an Arduino pin output for possibly used with 3.3V (if possible ) 5V or 9V, Thanks for sharing, cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on DonX-Developer's instructable YAPS 750 Power Supply4 months ago
    YAPS 750 Power Supply

    Hello, thank you for your fabulous sharing, I have never seen a job so complete, you deserve a great respect. As i am amateur your work is too complex for me but i take examples of your editing to finalize my little project and thank you again for all the details and diagram. I voted for you, you are the number 1 because all electronics need a variable power supply but so full is unheard of. Congratulations and good luck.

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  • Salvaging Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)

    Hello Josehf, I was happy after getting this liquid crystal screen, my goal was your beautiful reverse engineering technique but the bad news came after seeing the resin on the chip :( There is also good news (not sure All the pins are identified i do not know if i can hope for a use with Arduino Uno, the 25-pin LCD, if you have a tip or an idea to share i would be very happy Sincerely.

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  • Col68 commented on Josehf Murchison's instructable Reverse Engineering4 months ago
    Reverse Engineering

    Hello Josehf, I will follow the saying, as long as it works not worth touching :) everything works fine, i add a USB with mini module AMS1117 (5V to 3.3V) and everything works without problems. So I did the same with a Lea Netsocket 200+ :) everything works perfectly. Now the only major problem is the partners because the Netgear is 85mbps and the Netsocket 200+ is 200mbps :) good already I removed the dangerous 220V for 3.3V, it's a great success for an amateur like me :) Everyone is responsible for what he does, ipay attention and no problem. Thank you and great respect for Josehf.

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  • Col68 commented on Josehf Murchison's instructable Reverse Engineering4 months ago
    Reverse Engineering

    Here is the final result :) I followed the tracks according to your instructions, remove all the components for 220V (those on my way) and miracle :) it works as if it were powered with 220V :) it is also possible to feed from the 2 holes present in the rectangle opposite the pins. As the test battery is 3.7V the 2 smart chips have slightly heated, I will modify with current 3.3V and see the result before the final connection on RJ45 of the router, your opinions and advice are welcome, thank you for your help , cordially

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  • Col68 commented on Josehf Murchison's instructable Reverse Engineering4 months ago
    Reverse Engineering

    Hello Dear JosehfYou are too much too strong, it's quite logical, how i do not think to find since the RJ45 connections :) I'm really bad at electronics, Thank you very much for the help, Josehf you are a genius. I will follow your fabulous instructions. Finally i had to find another solution, as i have a cheap Chinese tablet but very slow i just wanted to recover the realtek wifi module and solder it to a USB cable (with 4 wires) to use as wifi usb dongle. Otherwise i would like to successfully cut the Netgear PCB to keep only the power and the Ethernet port, only i'm afraid to cut useful mini resistor and i can not draw a good cutting plan, really difficult, Thank you for your precious help, Respect to Josehf.

    Forgive me for the first images not visible, indeed it is a RJ45 port not visible on the images but it is the same principle. Thank you for your lighting, cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on Josehf Murchison's instructable Reverse Engineering4 months ago
    Reverse Engineering

    Hello and thank you, everything goes through your sharing Josehf. I am having a problem with this wifi socket module PCB. The model is a Netgear XE103, it is used to have the wifi with 2 Netgear (1 connected with the router and the 2 is connected with the PC ...) the problem is that I have only one Netgear, so i thought it might be possible to control it from the RX / TX / VCC / GND outputs but difficult to find the pins unlike standard PCBs. I saw on the net a lot of examples of reuse of Wifi devices but it is either indicated or easy to find, which is not my case. If you have any tips to help me find the Rx / Tx pins I would be very happy. The Netgear is powered by 220V only I will try to remove the 220V to make it work with 5 or 3.3V. Here are the photos, Thank you in advance.

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  • Col68 made the instructable Reverse Engineering4 months ago
    Reverse Engineering

    It's downright fun to search for lines of connection, thanks to your sharing and your help I go step by step. The mistake is that I cut too much without thinking, it would have had to keep the entire PCB in order to determine the pins comfortably. Thank you for this very interesting learning, you are a genius Josehf.

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  • Col68 commented on markk7's instructable Salvage Mini-PCB-boards for Arduino Shields4 months ago
    Salvage Mini-PCB-boards for Arduino Shields

    Hello Markk7, very beautiful instructables thank you very much, as i am amateur it is difficult for me to find the GND (0V) and the + 5V, it is just missing a diagram showing how to recognize the + 5V and GND on the PCB, thank you for sharing and information very helpful, cordially

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  • Salvaging Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)

    The hello of France very stormy :)I just wanted to finish the wire by informing the result, after doing the necessary to understand i finally gave up because being amateur and finding no example on the internet the most logical for me is to stop .I thank you for your instructions and I wish you good luck, cordially.

    The hello of France very stormy :) I just wanted to finish the wire by informing the result, after doing the necessary to understand i finally gave up because being amateur and finding no example on the internet the most logical for me is to stop . I thank you for your instructions and I wish you good luck, cordially.

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  • Col68's instructable Homemade Thermostat's weekly stats: 5 months ago
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  • Col68 commented on Col68's instructable Homemade Thermostat5 months ago
    Homemade Thermostat

    Hello Tomatoskins, thank you for your interest in the project. Being novice in electricity, being careful not to make mistakes and burn the thermostat, I realize all afternoon :) An experienced could realize it in 1 hour (i think) but ultimately it's very fun to do this works and uses it. the total shot does not exceed $ 20. I hope the best for you, cordially.

    Hello Tomatoskins, thank you for your interest in the project. Being novice in electricity, being careful not to make mistakes and burn the thermostat, i realize all afternoon :)An experienced could realize it in 1 hour (i think) but ultimately it's very fun to do this works and uses it. the total shot does not exceed $ 20.I hope the best for you, cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on farmerkeith's instructable Small Current Circuit Breaker5 months ago
    Small Current Circuit Breaker

    Hello dear Keith, i hope that all is well for you, as it is Christmas i wish you good holidays, i hope that you will spend a pleasant moment, with my most sincere respects for the Honorable Keith

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  • Col68 commented on Maciej Miklas's instructable Thermostat Based on Arduino6 months ago
    Thermostat Based on Arduino

    Hello Maciej, thank you for your explanation and your help, this is exactly what I needed to improve the project. I do not use the same software but I will work to understand and can integrate the software into the code. As i am amateur the work is slowing down because without help impossible to move forward, thankfully the honorable as you share to help the fans.Thank you very much for your help. I wish you a good weekend and happiness, soon, cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on Maciej Miklas's instructable Thermostat Based on Arduino6 months ago
    Thermostat Based on Arduino

    Hello Maciej Miklas ,Very very big thank you for your instructables beautiful and very interesting, thank you for your sharing.With the help of Mr Keith on Instructables I managed to realize a thermostat, using LCD 1602 with buttons, relay 2 channels, module I2C, Dht22 and Uno.The code is simple it turns on and off the relays according to the instructions (temperature and humiditer) as the objective is to use this project with a fridge I really need to understand how and where to note his instructions to avoid frequent start of the fridge compressor.Another problem is that I do not really find a solution, after having finished assembling the thermostat on the fridge, turned on the thermostat, the relays open and close and so when we change the setpoint there is a car -reset to restart t...

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    Hello Maciej Miklas ,Very very big thank you for your instructables beautiful and very interesting, thank you for your sharing.With the help of Mr Keith on Instructables I managed to realize a thermostat, using LCD 1602 with buttons, relay 2 channels, module I2C, Dht22 and Uno.The code is simple it turns on and off the relays according to the instructions (temperature and humiditer) as the objective is to use this project with a fridge I really need to understand how and where to note his instructions to avoid frequent start of the fridge compressor.Another problem is that I do not really find a solution, after having finished assembling the thermostat on the fridge, turned on the thermostat, the relays open and close and so when we change the setpoint there is a car -reset to restart the program and the relays turn on and off again,at this time we have the compressor cable on the relay which also cuts and turns on the compressor, I think it's not good for the compressor.My question, Can we avoid this by using a piece of code to not change the state of the relays during the reset or can simply replace the 2-channel relays by SSR relays?Desolate to disturb you with my adventure, thank you,cordially.

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  • Col68 commented on farmerkeith's instructable Small Current Circuit Breaker6 months ago
    Small Current Circuit Breaker

    Thank you Keith for your message, I am unfortunately not yet finalize the fabulous project, I began to read to understand the operation, I will attack to finish my project "Keith Controle" and you present the photos. I still realized 2 small thermostat with the help of nice people, the first is similar to "Keith Control" but without module I2C, the second is a thermostat cover for cheese fridge, using 2 SSR, 2 potentiometers and Lcd 1602 with I2C module. But for me the initial project is "Keith Control" I also work to try to add menus like setting hysteresis, protection against the frequent starts of the compressor ... The road is long but step by step I hope to succeed one day. I wish you the best for you, very much respect to Keith, Thank you for all your...

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    Thank you Keith for your message, I am unfortunately not yet finalize the fabulous project, I began to read to understand the operation, I will attack to finish my project "Keith Controle" and you present the photos. I still realized 2 small thermostat with the help of nice people, the first is similar to "Keith Control" but without module I2C, the second is a thermostat cover for cheese fridge, using 2 SSR, 2 potentiometers and Lcd 1602 with I2C module. But for me the initial project is "Keith Control" I also work to try to add menus like setting hysteresis, protection against the frequent starts of the compressor ... The road is long but step by step I hope to succeed one day. I wish you the best for you, very much respect to Keith, Thank you for all your help I will never forget, Regards.

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  • Col68 commented on farmerkeith's instructable Small Current Circuit Breaker6 months ago
    Small Current Circuit Breaker

    Great hello from France to Keith, I hope with all my heart that you are well and wish you a good mood. Your instructables are perfect, although I am too amateur to succeed such complex projects it makes me good to read you, thank you very dear Keith, you are honorable and very kind, respect and greetings, very good continuations.

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  • Col68 commented on PaulSS's instructable Arduino Uno Menu Template6 months ago
    Arduino Uno Menu Template

    Hello France Paul, thank you for your sharing, I am a beginner and realize a thermostat project using a shield 1602, my problem is the lack of menu. I would like to realize more choices of menu or submenu in order to have a good thermostat to manage the temperature and humidity, is it possible to work since your instructible to finalize my project? Thank you in advance and greetings.

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  • Sky Control V1 - Temperature and Humidity Controller With Relays

    hello Arkadiusz02, thank you for sharing, I finally succeeded, I use a nano, my goal is to have a temperature of + - 12 ℃ and 80% humidity, to moisten it is OK for the temperature I have to find the right coding, thank you again for your sharing, here are the results cordially.

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  • 1602 LCD Keypad Shield Module With I2C Backpack

    Hello Keith, you have done me an unforgettable service, I am very happy thanks to you, I hope all the beautiful things for you, I hope that everything you touch become Gold, you are a genie , I'll never forget this service, this help, you're too strong, Big thanks, I also have problems with libraries DFR_Key, in the old sketch also I had a problem with DFR_Key I'm going to work on that , very dear Keith I copy the code provided by you, I will go to writing to try to compile, I do not know how to thank you, I love you KEITH, thank you with all my heart.

    Hi Keith, after downloading the library DFR_Key and modify the button values identical to those of the code, I always have this error that tells me:DFR_Key.cpp:29:7: error 'DFR_Key' was not declared in this scopeif (def == DFR_Key)Being amateur and not finding a solution, I'm exhausted, yet I was not far, I'm really sorry but without you this project is an impossible mission for me, I apologize for all the time that I took you, forgive me, thank you for everything, too much, Sincerely.

    I'm hidden under my hat Keith, I'm ashamed of you disturbed, I willingly accept the library DFR_Key you have changed, you're very kind Keith, thank you for your patience.

    Hello Keith, you have done me an unforgettable service, I am very happy thanks to you, I hope all the beautiful things for you, I hope that everything you touch become "Gold, you are a genie , I'll never forget this service, this help, you're too strong, Big thanks, I also have problems with libraries DFR_Key, in the old sketch also I had a problem with DFR_Key I'm going to work on that , very dear Keith I copy the code provided by you, I will go to writing to try to compile, I do not know how to thank you, I love you KEITH, thank you with all my heart.

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    Thank you very much Keith, I do not want to disturb you with my adventure, I will try to get by, thank you for your kindness, very good continuations, Sincerely.

    Thank you very much Keith, I can not afford to disturb you with my adventure, I'll try to get by, thank you for your kindness, very good continuations, Regards.

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  • Col68 commented on arduinohocam's instructable How to Use Relay Module With Arduino8 months ago
    How to Use Relay Module With Arduino

    Tamam guzel abim tesekkur ederim, burda hakikaten baya örnek var aslinda tam benim aradigim bir proje var adı Sky control v1 ama zip dosyayı Arduino İDE ye yükleyemiyorum kütüphane hatası var diyor, projede yeni bu yıla ait, neyse bakalım hayırlısı nasipse olur nasip, senin canın sağ olsun. Saygılar kardeşime.

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  • Sky Control V1 - Temperature and Humidity Controller With Relays

    hello I speak french, I download your Zip folder, open Arduino IDE to save Sky Control V1 Zip but Arduino IDE does not accept because "Invalid folder or libraries". I would like to realize your project and share a photo but if it works it is useless, thanks anyway for your sharing, too bad.

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  • 1602 LCD Keypad Shield Module With I2C Backpack

    Hello Keith, I tried to start writing my sketch thanks to your sharing using your own sketch, thank you again for sharing, I send you the beginning, to see if I start, thank you for correcting me:#include <Wire.h>#include <LCD.h> #include <LiquidCrystal_I2C.h>#include <DHT.h> LiquidCrystal_I2C lcd (0x27,2,1,0,4,5,6,7);const int relay1Pin = 8; // PIN 8 pour le relaisconst int relay2Pin = 9; // PIN 9 const int DHTPIN = A0; // PIN A0 pour le capteur#define DHTPIN A0#define DHTTYPE DHT22#define RELAY1PIN 8#define RELAY2PIN 9int readkey;long int lastmillis;long int hours;long int minutes;long int seconds;char l2c1; char l2c2;char l2c3;Merci.

    Bonjour Keith, j'ai essayé de commencer à construire avec ton sketch mon sketch, je partage le début, pour voir si je commence, merci de me corriger:#include <Wire.h>#include <LCD.h> #include <LiquidCrystal_I2C.h>#include <DHT.h> LiquidCrystal_I2C lcd (0x27,2,1,0,4,5,6,7);const int relayPin = 8; // PIN 8 pour le relaisconst int relayPin = 9;const int DHTPIN = A0; // PIN A0 pour le capteur#define DHTPIN A0#define DHTTYPE DHT22#define RELAYPIN 8#define RELAYPİN 9int readkey;long int lastmillis;long int hours;long int minutes;long int seconds;char l2c1; char l2c2;char l2c3;Merci.

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  • 1602 LCD Keypad Shield Module With I2C Backpack

    thank you very much for your kindness Keith, my adventure is difficult, but I will do step by step, step 1 was to find a skit compatible with shield 1602 and I2c, thanks to you it is ok, step 2 is to introduce a sensor Dht22 and relay for humidity and temperature, step 3 would be successful to use the buttons to have a management menu with setting of the temp. and humydite wish, is my dream amateur. I will try to add the dht and relay to share if all is ok, thank you again dear Keith, luckily you are present, I wish you happiness.

    Hello Farmerkeith, I wanted to ask you a question, as your code works very well, is it possible to use for my project? adding a dht22, 2 channel relay and controlling the humidity and temperature of a fridge to refine the cheese? Thanks in advance and forgive me for translation errors.

    Hello Farmerkeith, I wanted to ask you a question, as your code works very well, is it possible to use for my project? adding a dht22, 2 channel relay and controlling the humidity and temperature of a fridge to refine the cheese? Thanks in advance and forgive me for translation errors.

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  • Col68 commented on arduinohocam's instructable How to Use Relay Module With Arduino8 months ago
    How to Use Relay Module With Arduino

    Hello Arduino Hocam, thank you for sharing, I am a beginner and I have a project similar to your share, I want to add a dht22 sensor, a relay and screen shield 1602.Selamlar Hocam, öncelikle paylaşım için teşekkürler, ben fransada yaşayan bir kardeşinim, evde fransız ve vatanımızın peynirlerini yapıyorum, buzdolabının nem ve derece ayarını çözmek için çıktım yola, kendimi Arduino dünyasında buldum, tabii hiç yetenek yok, paylaşımlar sayesinde öğrenmeye çalışıyorum, amacım (kendi çapımda) mega proje olan Nem ve Derece ayarlama cihazı. Bunun için baya alışveriş yaptım tabii forumlardan aldığım bilgilerle. Bu Mega proje için, Shield 1602 5 butonlu (derece ve nem ayarı için), röle modül&...

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    Hello Arduino Hocam, thank you for sharing, I am a beginner and I have a project similar to your share, I want to add a dht22 sensor, a relay and screen shield 1602.Selamlar Hocam, öncelikle paylaşım için teşekkürler, ben fransada yaşayan bir kardeşinim, evde fransız ve vatanımızın peynirlerini yapıyorum, buzdolabının nem ve derece ayarını çözmek için çıktım yola, kendimi Arduino dünyasında buldum, tabii hiç yetenek yok, paylaşımlar sayesinde öğrenmeye çalışıyorum, amacım (kendi çapımda) mega proje olan Nem ve Derece ayarlama cihazı. Bunun için baya alışveriş yaptım tabii forumlardan aldığım bilgilerle. Bu Mega proje için, Shield 1602 5 butonlu (derece ve nem ayarı için), röle modülü çift kanal (İn1 Derece/ İn2 Nem için), Dht22 (derece ve nem sesör) ve tabii bir ton malzeme, hepsi modül olarak aldım, bluethoot, ethernet, Resepteur 433mhz, Wireless... Sayın hocam seni rahatsız etmek istemem, sadece bir kaç ipucu, bilgi versen, çok sevinirim, Rabbimiz senden razı olsun kardeşim.

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  • Col68 commented on arduinohocam's instructable How to Use Relay Module With Arduino8 months ago
    How to Use Relay Module With Arduino

    Thank you. Tesekkurler hocam, sagol var ol.

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  • Col68 made the instructable 1602 LCD Keypad Shield Module With I2C Backpack8 months ago
    1602 LCD Keypad Shield Module With I2C Backpack

    Hello from France very dear Farmerkeith, thank you very much for your superb site very instructive to use microcontrollers, I am a beginner and thanks to you I succeeded. As I make cheese at home I need to make a thermostat for temperature and humidity with possibilities to set the temperature or humidity values, the road is long I hope to succeed someday, desolate for the errors I use a translator, I respect you and I wish you happiness, cordially.

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