Trond Langtind

Trond Langtind

Trondheim, Norway / Hi! I love to search the internet for a good tryout in food. Some like to call me a food snob and thats okay! :-) You'll also find me here: www.Langtind.org
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Arduino Project: LED Stair Lights (proof of concept)

Arduino Project: LED Stair Lights (proof of concept)

Christmas Mantle Update, How to make a Rustic Wood Frame | A Shade Of Teal

Christmas Mantle Update, How to make a Rustic Wood Frame | A Shade Of Teal

***Edit***Please use resistors when connecting the LEDs to your Arduino!This Instructable is old. I have not had the time to update any of the information. You will find a lot of GREAT information in the comments please read them after reading the instructions. IntroIn this instructable I will show you how to connect the an Arduino Nano and a moisture sensor. The information will then be displayed with 5 LEDs. This is very easy build and I would class it as a beginner project.

***Edit***Please use resistors when connecting the LEDs to your Arduino!This Instructable is old. I have not had the time to update any of the information. You will find a lot of GREAT information in the comments please read them after reading the instructions. IntroIn this instructable I will show you how to connect the an Arduino Nano and a moisture sensor. The information will then be displayed with 5 LEDs. This is very easy build and I would class it as a beginner project.

Multiple Nodes nRF24L01+ Wireless Temperature DS18B20 with Arduino UNO (2 Transmitter , 1 Receiver) | Elec-Cafe.Com

Multiple Nodes nRF24L01+ Wireless Temperature DS18B20 with Arduino UNO (2 Transmitter , 1 Receiver) | Elec-Cafe.Com

Build you own ESP8266 Web Server

Build you own ESP8266 Web Server

In this Instructable we build yet another temperature monitor using a DS18B20 temperature sensor. But this project is different. It can last on batteries for almost 1.5 years! Yes! Using the Arduino low power library, we can have this project running for a long time. Keep reading in order to find out more!

In this Instructable we build yet another temperature monitor using a DS18B20 temperature sensor. But this project is different. It can last on batteries for almost 1.5 years! Yes! Using the Arduino low power library, we can have this project running for a long time. Keep reading in order to find out more!

Multiple Nodes nRF24L01+ Wireless Temperature DS18B20 with Arduino UNO (2 Transmitter , 1 Receiver)

Multiple Nodes nRF24L01+ Wireless Temperature DS18B20 with Arduino UNO (2 Transmitter , 1 Receiver)

WeMos D1 Mini

WeMos D1 Mini

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ebay1.JPG

Picture of Custom Router Table

Picture of Custom Router Table