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This is a project I am currently working on for a friend. I am connecting multiple types of sensors to an Arduino Trinket Pro 5V and sending the data on demand through a serial connection. GitHub: https://github.com/CurtisIreland/solinst-array Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BasementElectronics Twitter: https://twitter.com/CitrusIreland Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CurtisIreland
An explanation with code examples and wiring diagrams of how to read multiple DHT Sensors using an Arduino or ESP8266 complete with code walk-through for each stage. Find the source code here: https://github.com/G6EJD/ESP8266-Reading-Multiple-DHT-Sensors
How to run multiple sensors at the same time on LEGO EV3 and avoid the issue of sending mixed motor signals. __ I’m Thom Gibson. I’m a middle school teacher and filmmaker. Here’s what my channel’s about in 30 seconds - https://youtu.be/2Y2yzAPyfhk I’ve also got a short film on how I got into filmmaking - https://youtu.be/DOJxQFYx32g Find me on social media :) Twitter - @gibsonedu Instagram - @headwatersmath Blog - thomgibson.com
a quick how-to video with instructions how to connect 4 window & door sensors and 2 remote controls to 2 A1 Siren Units.
A quick guide on how to use a 4051 Multiplexer with your ESP8266 in order to use more than one analog sensor. If you have any questions or comments please let me know. Github Example: https://github.com/witnessmenow/ESP8266-4051-Multiplexer-Example Multiplexers: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/5282-53468-19255-0/1?icep_id=114&ipn=icep&toolid=20004&campid=5338037665&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.ie%2Fitm%2F10PCS-IC-MUX-DEMUX-8X1-16DIP-SN74HC4051-74HC4051-NEW-%2F311503477945%3Fhash%3Ditem48870ddcb9%3Ag%3AXIgAAOSwnipWbBG4 Esp8266 Modules: Wemos D1 Mini (Clone - the one in the video): http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/uzFUnIe Wemos D1 Mini: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/D1-mini-Mini-NodeMcu-4M-bytes-Lua-WIFI-Internet-of-Things-development-board-based-ESP8266/32529101036.html NodeMCU: http://s....
Contribute: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EE_Enthusiast Analog Input Multiplexing with the 74HC4051 In this simple walkthrough, I explore a simple yet very useful IC which is the 74HC4051 Analog Mux. This IC allows you to take readings from multiple analog sources and channel them through the same pin by using the selector switches. The bottom line is that you can read up to 8 different channels on a single Arduino pin thus optimizing your hardware. Relevant Tutorials: 2. Analog Inputs: https://youtu.be/u_2SLqrKWLM Goals: - To build the hardware which is capable to channel 8 analog inputs into one Arduino pin. - To "sweep" through the 8 signals and store their readings in the Arduino memory. - To monitor the array and verify the functionality of the 8 inputs. Hardware Required (See ...
How do I take measurements from more than one sensor at the same time?
For cylinders and grippers, a teachable magnetic sensor with two switch points replaces two standard sensors. For longer cylinders the additional switch point can be used, for example, for reducing the air pressure before the end of stroke position of the cylinder.
If u have any doubts cmnt below.. follow me || facebook _@bangamachi Many pupil out there , just worrying connecting many sensors to one arduino bcoz of their sketches here re some simple changes u can do in d sketches and its 100 % working . MANY PROJECT WILL BE UPLOADED SOON. CMNT FOR THE CODE
How do I set a common sampling rate for two or more sensors within PASCO Capstone? By using the Common Sampling Rate selection within the sampling rate bar at the bottom of the Capstone screen, I can change the sampling rates for all of the attached sensors at one time.
$2 PCBs & Big Discount on First order Shipping: https://jlcpcb.com This is the solution of a major problem with esp8266 12e board. It got only single analog pin and hence everyone was unable to use it as multiple sensor monitoring device. But now the problem is solved. Now you can monitor or interfacing upto 16 analog sensors using that same esp8266 12 e board. watch this video to know how to make it. _________________________________________________________________ Buy the components from here ESP8266 12e - http://amzn.to/2kL1xvd 16 channel analog mux - http://amzn.to/2mLwlfl _________________________________________________________________ if you love watching my videos and interested in learning new new projects,then donate me at PayPal so that I can do it forever and better then b...
Controlling the heat with your smart thermostat is one of the best investments to make for a connected home. The Ecobee3 will also detect the temperature of a specific room to accommodate to the place you spend the most time in. For more info: US http://amzn.to/2fWW42N Canada http://amzn.to/2g9ymxL ------- Engage with us! Talk to us and explore new technology on our website: http://GetConnectedMedia.com Subscribe to the channel: http://youtube.com/user/GetConnectedTVshow Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GetConnectedMedia Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/GetConnectedNow ------- GetConnected brings you gadgets, apps, and other topics related to digital living at home and work. Trusted by millions of people, GetConnected TV and Radio Show is one of North Am...
This video covers the wiring of multiple ds18b20 temp sensors to the raspberry pi.
http://www.panoramasynergy.com.au/IRM/content/default.aspx There are many applications where accurate chemical and biological sensing is required. Medical sensors can be used to diagnose lung cancers or melanomas. The ability to detect leakage of toxic and inflammable gases in various environments is also desirable. MEMS cantilever based sensors have the potential to fill this need. This technology provides a highly sensitive readout solution. There is no need to electrically actuate the cantilever. This opens up the potential for optical sensing which will be of particular use for sensors in hazardous environments such as explosive gas sensing for pipelines and mine sites or aircraft applications where RF interference must be minimized.
With InstantVR you can use multiple sensors simultaneously to improve body tracking. In this demo I show a combine setup with Oculus Rift, Razer Hydra, Leap Motion and Microsoft Kinect 2. The best tracking sensor is used for each body part. Sensors can be disabled for specific bodyparts and the priority between body parts can be changed. From InstantVR 3.2, the calibration implementation is greatly improved such that calibration during gameplay is no longer necessary. More information can be found at http://passervr.com InstantVR can be putchased there or in the Unity Asset Store: http://u3d.as/9NP BTW: the errors in the video were from the profiler running out of samples.