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B4R Arduino MLX90614 infrared thermometer example

The MLX90614 is a non-contact infrared thermometer with a measurement range from -70 to +380 degree Celsius. Just connect the four leads to your...

B4R Arduino and BMP180 pressure sensor example

The BMP180 is the function compatible successor of the BMP085, a new generation of high precision digital pressure sensors for consumer applications. The ultra-low power,...

B4R and Arduino SHT31 sensor example

SHT31 is the next generation of Sensirion’s temperature and humidity sensors. It builds on a new CMOSens® sensor chip that is at the heart of...

B4R and Arduino MCP9808 digital temperature sensor example

MCP9808 digital temperature sensor example The MCP9808 digital temperature sensor converts temperatures between -20°C and +100°C to a digital word with ±0.5°C (max.) accuracy. The...

B4R and Arduino HDC1008 temperature sensor example

The HDC1000 is a digital humidity sensor with integrated temperature sensor that provides excellent measurement accuracy at very low power. The device measures humidity...

More B4R and Arduino Easy Module Shield examples

OK, this is part 2 of our Easy Module Shield examples using B4R. Lets crack on. RGB LED #Region Project Attributes #AutoFlushLogs: True #CheckArrayBounds: True #StackBufferSize: 300 #End Region Sub Process_Globals Public...

B4R and Easy Module Shield examples for the Arduino part 1

I like the Easy Module Shield shield for Arduino's, its a nice low cost option with a variety of features. here is a picture...

A look at B4R and Arduino development

B4R is a development tool that I had not heard of before until today, it is from the makers of basic4Android a development tool...

A look at four Arduino related Android apps

Arduino apps on Android devices are very hit and miss they generally seem to consist of the free and open source content on the...

Arduino 4 channel line tracker sensor example

The next module to take a look at is quite often entitled 4-CHANNEL LINE TRACKER SENSOR, thats exactly what it does the module consists...