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456 pages

Practical Arduino, Cool Projects for Open Source Hardware

Creator: Jonathan Oxer, Hugh Blemings | 2009-12-28

... if you'd pressed the buttons yourself. You could do the same thing with a TV remote control or a garage door opener. ... You can see the parts needed in Figure 2-1 and the complete schematic in Figure 2-2. 1 Arduino Duemilanove, Arduino ...

Publisher: Apress

About this book
Create your own Arduino-based designs, gain in-depth knowledge of the architecture of Arduino, and learn the user-friendly Arduino language all in the context of practical projects that you can build yourself at home. Get hands-on experience using a variety of projects and recipes for everything from home automation to test equipment. Arduino has taken off as an incredibly popular building block among ubicomp (ubiquitous computing) enthusiasts, robotics hobbyists, and DIY home automation developers. Authors Jonathan Oxer and Hugh Blemings provide detailed instructions for building a wide range of both practical and fun Arduino-related projects, covering areas such as hobbies, automotive, communications, home automation, and instrumentation. Take Arduino beyond "blink" to a wide variety of projects from simple to challenging Hands-on recipes for everything from home automation to interfacing with your car engine management system Explanations of techniques and references to handy resources for ubiquitous computing projects Supplementary material includes a circuit schematic reference, introductions to a range of electronic engineering principles and general hints & tips. These combine with the projects themselves to make Practical Arduino: Cool Projects for Open Source Hardware an invaluable reference for Arduino users of all levels. You'll learn a wide variety of techniques that can be applied to your own projects. What you’ll learn Communication with serial devices including RFID readers, temperature sensors, and GPS modules Connecting Arduino to Ethernet and WiFi networks Adding synthesized speech to Arduino Linking Arduino to web services Decoding data streams from commercial wireless devices How to make DIY prototyping shields for only a couple of dollars Who this book is forThis book is for hobbyists and developers interested in physical computing using a low-cost, easy-to-learn platform. Table of Contents Introduction Appliance Remote Control Time-Lapse Camera Controller Virtual USB Keyboard PS/2 Keyboard or Mouse Input Security/Automation Sensors Online Thermometer Touch Control Panel Speech Synthesizer Water Flow Gauge Oscilloscope/Logic Analyzer Water Tank Depth Sensor Weather Station Receiver RFID Access Control System Vehicle Telemetry Platform Resources



160 pages

Harvey's Electrical Code Field Guide

Creator: Harvey N. Holzman | House & Home - 2005-04

Figure 3.18 Switch Relay Low Voltage I DC Source i Push ' Button Buzzer. Schematic of a remote control circuit using low voltage to control a 120 volt lighting circuit. Schematic for a garage door opener circuit controlled from inside ...

Publisher: Industrial Pr

About this book
Thoroughly updated for the 2005 NEC, this handy book is a "vest pocket" solution to the everyday problems a trade person encounters in the field. Harvey's is a very concise presentation of the basic formulas, tables and charts. Logically structured around the basic NEC code topics, it contains simple, clear illustrations to amplify, clarify and simplify the concepts presented. It's the perfect little guide for anyone who needs a quick and easy to use on-the-job review. Completely updated to the 2005 NEC. A unique organization that contains a simple table of contents and logical units organized around the broad NEC categories. Includes a section of terms with definitions, color codes and symbols. Contains simplified tables that are much easier to read. Enables you to find formulas fast.



278 pages

Programming 8-Bit PIC Microcontrollers in C, With Interactive Hardware Simulation

Creator: Martin Bates | 2008-07-15

With no previous knowledge of C necessary to read this book, it is the perfect for entry into this world for engineers who have not worked with PICs, new professionals, students, and hobbyists.

Publisher: Newnes

About this book
PIC Microcontrollers are present in almost every new electronic application that is released from garage door openers to the iPhone. With the proliferation of this product more and more engineers and engineers-to-be (students) need to understand how to design, develop, and build with them. Martin Bates, best-selling author, has provided a step-by-step guide to programming these microcontrollers (MCUs) with the C programming language. With no previous knowledge of C necessary to read this book, it is the perfect for entry into this world for engineers who have not worked with PICs, new professionals, students, and hobbyists. As MCUs become more complex C is the most popular language due to its ability to process advanced processes and multitasking. RTOSs, that is a need to know for engineers, is also discussed as more advanced MCUs require timing and organization of programming and implementation of multitasking. The book includes lots of source code, circuit schematics, and hardware block diagrams. Microchip's PICDEM Mechatronics board is used to detail the examples throughout the book.*Focuses on the C programming language which is by far the most popular for microcontrollers (MCUs)*Features Proteus VSMg the most complete microcontroller simulator on the market, along with CCS PCM C compiler, both are highly compatible with Microchip tools*Extensive downloadable content including fully worked examples


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  • Chamberlain

    LIFTMASTER Garage Door Openers 41A4373A Safety Sensors

    Home Improvement (Chamberlain)

    Rating (402 reviews):
    (4.8/5)
    Chamberlain

    Simple to install

    0 5/5 L. T. Beasimer "www.LBphoto.net" (Dallas, TX) - See all my reviews, March 16, 2008

    Craftsman 1/2 HP Opener 1995

    Our Craftsman 1/2 HP garage door opener ('95 model) acted up whenever it got cold and had been progressively getting worst. After researching the problem (spring tension, up/down force setting, alignment of sensors) it was finally determined that the sensors themselves had become defective.This is due to the cold weather affecting the capacitor in the sensor. Each sensor has a capacitor on its printed circuit board. Each circuit board has two electrolytic capacitors. One is 470uf at 16 volts. The other is 1uf at 50 volts. The cold increases conductivity and reduces the resistance of the insulation material in the capacitor. Age of the insulation material also degrades. This in turn impacts the completion of the circuit being created by the electronic sensor eyes at the garage door opener itself. (yes, too much info here but I wracked my brains out trying to figure out the WHY instead of just replacing the sensors)The replacement sensors are a perfect fit... 5/5 R.L. (USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: LIFTMASTER Garage Door Openers 41A4373A Safety Sensors (Electronics) Our Craftsman 1/2 HP garage door opener ('95 model) acted up whenever it got cold and had been progressively getting worst. After researching the problem (spring tension, up/down force setting, alignment of sensors) it was finally determined that the sensors themselves had become defective.This is due to the cold weather affecting the capacitor in the sensor. Each sensor has a capacitor on its printed circuit board. Each circuit board has two electrolytic capacitors. One is 470uf at 16 volts. The other is 1uf at 50 volts. The cold increases conductivity and reduces the resistance of the insulation material in the capacitor. Age of the insulation material also degrades. This in turn impacts the completion of the circuit being created by the electronic sensor eyes at the garage door opener itself. (yes, too much info here but I wracked my brains out trying to figure out the WHY instead of just replacing the sensors)The replacement sensors are a perfect fit... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 13, 2013

    It fixed my problem!

    My receiving eye LED light was very dim and would go completely off when it got really cold down here in S. Florida, Broward Co. 12/27/10 (36 degrees!)So what would happen is when I would go to press the wall button to have the garage door go down, it would go down for like 7" then automatically go back up on it's own - and the light would blink 10 times.So I bought the two replacements, (comes in a kit, with both) that were exact to the original model numbers...1) I only replaced the receiving eye and the LED light wasn't as bright as the sending eye - and I still had the same problem.2) I then replaced the sending eye and adjusted them so they can "see" each other, Everything Works Perfect NOW!!!For me at least - adjusting them was a little tricky, because they are very touchy and must be aligned perfectly.Just make sure the receiving eye LED light is not fluttering or blinking really fast, because it won't work... 5/5 ProFlex (Firenze, Italia) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: LIFTMASTER Garage Door Openers 41A4373A Safety Sensors (Electronics) My receiving eye LED light was very dim and would go completely off when it got really cold down here in S. Florida, Broward Co. 12/27/10 (36 degrees!)So what would happen is when I would go to press the wall button to have the garage door go down, it would go down for like 7" then automatically go back up on it's own - and the light would blink 10 times.So I bought the two replacements, (comes in a kit, with both) that were exact to the original model numbers...1) I only replaced the receiving eye and the LED light wasn't as bright as the sending eye - and I still had the same problem.2) I then replaced the sending eye and adjusted them so they can "see" each other, Everything Works Perfect NOW!!!For me at least - adjusting them was a little tricky, because they are very touchy and must be aligned perfectly.Just make sure the receiving eye LED light is not fluttering or blinking really fast, because it won't work... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 29, 2010
    List Price: $41.40
    Price: $15.29
    You Save: $26.11 (63%)
    Sensors measure 3" L x 1 1/2" W
    Compatible with LiftMaster and Chamberlain Brand garage door openers 1993 thru 1997. Includes sensors only - no brackets.
    Each sensors has a green light and a bolt hole that runs right through the center of it.
    Each sensor shown includes approximately 18" of wire attached.  Designed to splice into your existing wires.  Wire connectors included.


  • Chamberlain

    Liftmaster 41A5034 Garage Door Opener Safety Beam Kit

    Home Improvement (Chamberlain)

    Rating (167 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Chamberlain

    Very good product. Fixed the problem

    This unit was easy to install and fixed my old craftsman garage door opener model 139.53962SRT.I learned a few tricks in the processThese are some general troubleshooting steps:1.- Check the wiring first. Be sure wires has not been damaged. With ohm meter check for open circuit or short circuit.2.-Disconnect the receiver and sender units. They both connect to the same terminals. Terminals 2 and 3 in my opener. Be sure to label the wires to be able to reconnect them later. Measure the voltage in the terminals. It should be around 6 volts DC. Terminal 2 negative. Terminal 3 positive. If there is no voltage the control card in the opener is defective. This kit will not help in that case.3.- Reconnect the sender unit first. Its LED light should come on. If it does not, the sender is defective. Replace the sender.4.- If the sender LED comes on, connect the receiver unit. The LED light comes on when it detects infrared light. Point the sender... 5/5 J. Alvarez - See all my reviews, September 5, 2009

    Safety Sensors Beam Kit

    0 5/5 Schmidt - See all my reviews I bought this safety beam kit as a replacement for the kit in my Sears garage door opener. The order was delivered on time. Although the sensors were different from the original kit, they perfectly fit as a replacement. The instructions were simple and easy to follow. The task is simple and it took me 5 minuts to complete the job, including the time for the removal of the old sensors whose bots were partially rusted. The new sensors worked perfectlly. The kit came with all the needed items: new bolts with wing nuts and the conectors that were need for splicing the new wires with the old ones. More importent, the sensors cost half the price that was charged by Sears online. Therefore I rate it 5 stars. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 10, 2009

    Fixed my problem that was due to the sender side

    0 5/5 G. Natehk - See all my reviews This review is from: Liftmaster 41A5034 Garage Door Opener Safety Beam Kit (Electronics) When I was pressing the garage opener, the motor was getting stuck and the bulb would blink 10 times - indicating some perceived obstruction on the safety sensor infrared light beam path. My safety sensor sender side yellow light was on - the receiver side green light was not turning on after multiple tries at alignment. Then I read on one of the reviews that you can use the television remote to check if the receiver is working - right on the green light on the receiver came on. After checking all the wires for loose connection, came to the conclusion that the sender side infrared source might have gone weak.Got part number from owner's manual. Checked on amazon and came to this product. We got the kit within two days (after paying for the 2 day shipping). I was able to cut and splice in the new sender unit and the door started working immediately after that. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 12, 2010
    List Price: $49.95
    Compatible brackets: 41a5266-1(not included with 41a5034)
    2. Newer Chamberlain openers that currently have black brackets that clip onto the garage door track
    3. Chamberlain openers that currently have 1 sensor with a green light & sensor with a yellow light
    1. Newer Chamberlain manufactured garage openers including Sears Craftsman, Chamberlain,Liftmaster
    What openers are compatible with the 41a5034 sensors?


  • Genie

    Genie Sequencer Circuit Board 31184R

    Home Improvement (Genie)

    Rating (27 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    Genie

    Plug & Play Simplicity

    0 5/5 Jeremy T. (KS USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Genie Sequencer Circuit Board 31184R Why spend big dollars to have a local repair tech do something that will take you under five minutes? As the previous user mentioned it takes longer to get to the board than the actual replacement. Loosen four screws holding the rear cover (remove), Unplug electricity to the unit main unit, unplug two plugs attached to the circuit board. Remove single screw holding the old board in place. Reverse steps and wham you got a new system! Don't forget to remove the cover on the front half of the unit to replace light bulbs if needed and adjust the sensitivity settings to your desire for strength of opening and closing if you have concerns about little ones or pets being smashed by the door. I promise if you can turn a screw and unplug a electrical cord you can complete this project. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 16, 2011

    This unit cured my lightning victim. So easy!

    0 5/5 William G. Reichard "WooGeRman" (Lugoff, SC) - See all my reviews, December 5, 2008

    Worked as advertised

    0 5/5 Christopher J Lord (Rincon, GA, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Genie Sequencer Circuit Board 31184R Fast shipping, easy install and it fixed my problem with my garage door not wanting to close even though it would still open. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 7, 2013
    Compatible with genie models PRO95, CM8600, CM7600, IS550, Series II, ISL950A
    Original Genie Manufactured Replacement Part
    Compatible with all genie intellicode screw drive garage door openers from 1997 to current.
    Replaces the older genie garage door opener sequencer circuit board model 20386R.


  • Chamberlain

    Liftmaster 41A5021-I Logic Board Garage Door Opener Circuit Board

    Home Improvement (Chamberlain)

    Rating (28 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Chamberlain

    T. McMahan

    0 4/5 T. McMahan (Dallas) - See all my reviews, November 17, 2013

    garage door opener board

    0 5/5 JAMES E. STOKES - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Liftmaster 41A5021-I Logic Board Garage Door Opener Circuit Board This is the exact part that's in in the old opener. This part saved over 300 dollars on a repair bill. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 28, 2013

    Replacement part

    0 4/5 EdBianc (Aiken, SC) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Liftmaster 41A5021-I Logic Board Garage Door Opener Circuit Board Even though it has more functionality than the old model it works in my 1998 system. However, the screw holes are not the same and required a minor modification to install. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 6, 2013


  • Genie

    Genie Garage Door Opener 34463R 35383R Circuit Board NEW# 36428R.S

    Home Improvement (Genie)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    Genie

    Worked Great - Easy to Install

    0 5/5 David "Country Man" (Northern, Virginia) - See all my reviews This review is from: Genie Garage Door Opener 34463R 35383R Circuit Board NEW# 36428R.S My house was hit by lightning and it blew out both circuit boards for our garage door opener.I got the part number from Genie (I am not the original owner so it is not under warranty) and they priced this out at $90 + shipping for just this board alone! I got on Amazon and bought this one.I installed it in about 15 minutes total and I am now my wife's hero again! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 4, 2013


  • All-O-Matic

    All-O-Matic Control Circuit Board SL-100 SL-150 SW-300 SW-350

    Home Improvement (All-O-Matic)

    SL-100 slider, SL-150 Slider, SW-300 Swinger, SW-350 Swinger, SL-90 120 Volt AC Slider
    This circuit board can replace any All-O-Matic circuit board in any of their 120 Volt AC operators
    wiring instructions/schematics are included
    Fused On The 24 Volt Power & The 120 Volt Power
    ERD Settings For 1/2 H.P., 3/4 H.P., 1 H.P. motors