Advertise With Us || Like Us on Facebook || Your feedback matters - please share your thoughts with us

Latest Posts

Saturday, June 17, 2017

How to add Flame Sensor Library into Proteus 7 & 8

Step 1:  Firs of All Download Library Files ( A zip folder )

Step 2: Extract Zip Folder and Paste these three files named as FlameSensorTEP.IDX, FlameSensorTEP.LIB and FlameSensorTEP.HEX into Library folder of Proteus Software.
How to add Flame Sensor Library in to proteus 7 & 8
FLAME SENSOR ARDUINO
Step 3: If you are using Proteus 8 then Library folder will be within the data Folder (Proteus 8 Professional\Data\LIBRARY ) OR ProgramData (C:\ProgramData\Labcenter Electronics\Proteus 8 Professional\LIBRARY

Step 4: Now open Proteus software and search for Touch sensor

How to add Flame Sensor Library in to proteus 7 & 8

Final look of FlameSensor module is given below 
Flame Sensor library for proteus, flame sensor in proteus, flame sensor proteus, flame sensor proteus library,flame sensor library for proteus 8
Step 5: How to Add Hex file into Arduino so it,s easy Double click on FlameSensor  module and then click on program File to Add your Hex file (You can find Hex file inside zip folder -- FlameSensorTEP.HEX )
Flame Sensor library for proteus, flame sensor in proteus, flame sensor proteus, flame sensor proteus library,flame sensor library for proteus 8
Step 6Now it,s time to test and simulate the FlameSensor module in Proteus software. When you turn test pin logic into "1" it,s mean that your sensor is sensing the fire and when it's LOW it means that there’s no flame.
Flame Sensor library for proteus, flame sensor in proteus, flame sensor proteus, flame sensor proteus library,flame sensor library for proteus 8
Step 7: It,s time to Play With Touch sensor module in Proteus Enjoy ........Love you All.

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Arduino Cheat Sheets Collections - Make Arduino Learning Fast & Easy

Hi hello, ElectronicsLovers today I am going to share Arduino Cheat Sheets Collections with you people. These Arduino Cheat sheets will help beginners, students. teachers and professionals at every aspect of their interaction with Arduino family. You can easily take a printout of these cheat sheets and can put it on Lab, room and a place where Arduino lie.  Kindly inform us If you found any error or mistake in these cheatsheets. 
                                                                                  
* For higher pixels and all cheat sheets Kindly Contact us                                     

                                           

Saturday, June 03, 2017

Last Dates to Apply for Admission in Various Universities in Pakistan


Date || University Name 

28 June, Air University Islamabad

29 June, Lahore School of Economics (LSE)

30 June, UET (ECAT)

30 June, FAST

30 June, Quaid-e-Azam University

30 June, Institute of Space Technology (IST)

30 June, Information Technology University (ITU)

1 July, GIKI

4 July, NUST

4 July, GCU Lahore For B.Sc. (Hons.) Applied Management

5 July, Punjab University (PUCIT, College of Art & Design, Hailey College of Banking & Finance)

11 July, NTS - NAT

11 July, Institute of Business & Management (IBM), UET

12 July, Sukkur IBA

12 July, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad 

13 July, Pakistan Army Medical Cadets


13 July, Capital University of Science & Technology, Islamabad


15 July, National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS Test-1)


15 July, Namal College, Mianwali


15 July, University of Management & Technology (UMT), Lahore


17 July, National University of Modern Languages (NUML)


20 July, UCEST, Lahore Leads University


22 July, COMSATS (Lahore, Islamabad & Abbottabad Campuses)


22 July, Bahria University


22 July, University of Lahore (UOL)


22 July, National Defence University (NDU)


22 July, International Islamic University, Islamabad


28 July, Iqra University, Islamabad


29 July, Abasyn University, Islamabad


1 August, COMSATS (Wah, Attock, Sahiwal & Vehari Campuses)


4 August, Army Public College of Management & Sciences (APCOMS)


5 August, NTS - NAT


12 August, Muslim Youth University, Islamabad


26 August, National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS Test-2)




Friday, May 26, 2017

Arduino UNO based project to control LEDs by using an android smartphone

Hi hello Electronics lovers, today I am going to share a simple and cool project with you people under a title Arduino UNO based project to control LEDs by using a mobile phone. You don't need high-level hardware or programming skills for this project.  This project is for beginners and it,s very easy so you can make this project at home or school. The theme of this project is to control 3 LEDs or any kind of load by using your Android based smartphone. In this project, your Smartphone will work like a remote control to turn ON and OFF or adjust the LED brightness wirelessly. To add beauty to the hardware, put Arduino UNO and Bluetooth module in a box and pull out LEDs carefully. In the first step you need to install the Android application into your smartphone, you can download Android application for this project by clicking here. Remember don't forget to enable install an app from Unknown sources option in your smartphone settings. 

Components Required 
  • Arduino UNO board
  • Android smartphone or Tablet.
  • Bluetooth Module HC 06.
  • LEDs.
  • Jumper wires


Hardware Connection setup for Bluetooth Module HC 06
  • Connect Vcc of HC06 to +5v of Arduino.
  • Connect GND of HC06 to GND of Arduino.
  • Connect Tx of HC06 to pin 10 of Arduino.
  • Connect Rx of HC06 to pin 11 of Arduino.



*Project Courtsey www.ardulathtech.blogspot.com

Popular Posts

ElectronicsLovers. Powered by Blogger.

Contact Form

Name

Email *

Message *