Category: Arduino

DIY Arduino Circuit Board

DIY_Arduino_Circuit_Front

Shown below is one of my DIY Arduino circuits.                 The circuit does not have the FTDI chip built in. The FTDI circuit is only needed for programming and cutting out un-necessary components saves a bit of money. The ICSP connection (6 pins comming out the side) on …

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Connecting an Arduino to a LAN with the ENC28J60

ENC28J60 LAN Module

I picked up a couple of these modules:   from Elecrow.com so I could attach (communicate with and control) several of my Arduinos through a LAN connection. The main chip is the ENC28J60 from microchip.com. These modules are better than an Ethernet Shield in that you can easily attach these to any Arduino and they …

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OBD-II Testing with an Arduino

OBD Circuit

OBD-II  (an abbreviation for  On-Board Diagnostics, Second Generation) is a set of standards for implementing a computer based system to control emissions from vehicles ( and a lot more ! ).  If you are not familiar with OBD-II you can read more about it here. I just recently acquired an OBD-II UART board and cable from …

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