Changing the Arduino Clock Speed

Hello, in this guide I will teach you how to change the clock speed of our Arduino, so we can do without components, reduce consumption, use it with less voltage, or even overclock our ATMega328p. Originally Arduino works at 16Mhz, but it is possible to change it so that it…

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Temperature and humidity: Arduino & DHT11/DHT22

Today I bring you a tutorial on how to mount a temperature and humidity sensor with Arduino, using the DHT11 or DHT22 temperature sensor, and the Nokia 5110 display. When doing the project, I focused on consuming as little as possible, since nobody likes having to change the sensor batteries…

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Nokia 5110 LCD Display with Arduino

In this guide I am going to show you how to connect a Nokia 5110 LCD display with Arduino to be able to print texts and numbers on it. Among the advantages are consumption, since this display will consume approximately 0.25ma with the light off (15ma with the light on).…

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Reduce power consumption on Arduino

This time I bring you a way to reduce power consumption on Arduino. This will be very useful if your project is going to be powered by batteries and even by solar panels. If your project is basically to read a sensor every so often, you can reduce power consumption…

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Arduino: TaskScheduler, no more millis or delay

In this post I am going to talk about TaskScheduler. TaskScheduler are, as the name implies, an object that will allow us to create periodic tasks without having to use millis or conditionals. How do they work? TaskSchedulers are objects to which you can add tasks and they are in…

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