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USING INTERRUPT TO READ DATA FROM CAN CONTROLLER IN ARDUINO

Contributor: 

Prabakaran P.M

The Arduino board also includes pins which can be used as external interrupt pins. The interrupt is a method to divert the Arduino from current block code execution to do another block of codes that needs immediate processing. The block of code which is written to process by an interrupt occurrence is called an Interrupt Service Routine (ISR). The Arduino will stop its current processing and start executing the ISR once an interrupt occurs. 

TEMPERATURE SENSING USING PIC MICROCONTROLLER CAN INTERFACE

Contributor: 

Prabakaran P.M

This project helps in understanding the insights of CAN protocol interfacing with PIC Microcontroller. Controller Area Network or CAN protocol is a methodology of communication between electronic devices like engine management systems, gear control, active suspension, ABS, airbags, lighting control, air conditioning, central locking etc. embedded in an automobile. For further learnings refer this article.

GETTING STARTED WITH CAN INTERFACE WITH ARDUINO

Contributor: 

Prabakaran P.M

This Article is to make readers to explore about how to interface CAN Bus with Arduino which is used in the Communication of Sensors, Actuators and controllers in a car.

This project helps in understanding the insights of CAN protocol interfacing with Arduino. Controller Area Network or CAN protocol is a methodology of communication between various electronic devices like engine management systems, gear control, active suspension, ABS, lighting control, air conditioning, airbags, central locking etc. embedded in an automobile. For further learnings refer this article.

CAN COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PIC AND ARDUINO

Contributor: 

Prabakaran P.M

This project helps in understanding the insights of CAN protocol interfacing two different Microcontroller for example, PIC and Arduino. Controller Area Network or CAN protocol is a methodology of communication between various electronic devices like engine management systems, gear control, active suspension, ABS, lighting control, air conditioning, airbags, central locking etc. embedded in an automobile.

For further learnings refer this article.

Claytronics

Written By: 

Shruti Kausik

 

Claytronics is a futuristic concept which essentially brings together the best contributions of computer science and nanoscale robotics to fashion particularized nanometer-scale computers, commonly referred to as claytronic atoms. These claytronic atoms or catoms are capable to interact with each other and form 3D display of electronic information which further users can interact with. The concept of claytronics can be signified as programmable matter and is driven with a thought to simplify telecommunication, entertainment and human-computer interfaces. 

CLONING OF ARDUINO

Developed By: 

Prabakaran P.M

There are numerous motivations to assemble your own Arduino circuit on a breadboard or PCB. It consumes less space in the breadboard, cheaper than Arduino boards or perhaps you won't be utilizing a shield, yet despite everything you need an Arduino as the heart of your Project.

The following steps will outline how to assemble the circuit on a breadboard. 

 

Panic Alarm

Contributor: 

Romil Surana

These circuit cost too less to your pocket as it made up of NE555 IC, buzzer , some resistors and capacitors. These circuit is also a user friendly. As with the help of just by one button pressing you will let other that you are in panicking condition without any difficulty.

In these project astable mode of IC NE555 is used. Resistor R1 and R2 along with capacitor C2 used in the circuit so to tune the frequency. In the starting the circuit remain in the disable state. Now when the button is pressed the pin 4 and pin 8 of IC1 gets the high voltage. In turn of these the voltage at pin 2 goes down gradually and voltage at pin 3 starts increased in the same manner. And a situation arrives when the sound comes out from the buzzer.