This is a simple up and down counter that can be operated using a four-channel RF remote. The 74LS192/CD40192 counter chip is used in this gadget. The 74LS192/CD40192 chip is triggered by a NE555 (in monostable mode). The 4511 chip controls a seven-segment display.Continue reading
This COMMON CATHODE seven-segment display is made up of 29 pieces of 5mm LEDs. There is also a driver for this display. This is an excellent exercise for students interested in understanding how a seven-segment display and its driver work. CD4026 is used in the display driver, which has previously been used in our up counter modules.Continue reading
Another kit for exploring with Arduino and Android is the 12 channel Bluetooth module for Arduino-Android connection.
This little module might be quite useful for individuals learning and experimenting with applications created using the MIT Media Labs Apps Inventor.Continue reading
Squid Game, which you may have seen on Netflix, is a fictitious competition in which players compete in children’s gamesContinue reading
This is an excellent kit for learning the fundamentals of soldering. The Sparkfun Clock is a fun way to keepContinue reading