• Arduino RFID Access Control: RC522 and I2C LCD Setup Guide

    Ever wanted to enhance your DIY projects with a bit of tech magic? Imagine creating your own access control system, just like the ones you see in offices and secured buildings. With an Arduino, an RC522 RFID module, and an I2C LCD display, you can easily build a system that uses RFID cards to

  • Boost Security and Efficiency: DIY RFID Membership Access System Tutorial

    Are you looking for a way to streamline member check-ins at your gym, club, or office? A membership access management system using RFID technology can simplify the process. This guide will help you create a system where members use RFID cards to check in, and an LCD displays the member's name

  • Count People in a Room: Arduino & PIR Sensor

    Can You Count People in a Room with a PIR Sensor, LCD, Buzzer, and Arduino?


    If you're looking for an effective way to count the number of people entering and exiting a room, this guide will show you how to use a Passive Infrared (PIR) sensor, an LCD, a buzzer, and an Arduino

  • Create Custom Characters for the I2C LCD Easily


    You are not limited to letters and numbers when it comes to displaying data on an LCD. If you don’t know it yet, you can easily make your own custom character and give it a name. A custom character can be a logo or an icon that can be used to make creative and fun LCD displays instead

  • Creating an Arduino Clock with DS1302 RTC Module and I2C LCD Display

    Unlock the full potential of your Arduino projects by integrating a DS1302 Real Time Clock (RTC) module. This friendly and comprehensive guide will equip you with everything you need to seamlessly interface the DS1302 RTC module with an Arduino, ensuring accurate timekeeping and displaying it

  • Displaying Characters Using the I2C Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)


    Using a Liquid Crystal Display or LCD is a great and cheap way to add monitoring capabilities to your Arduino projects. It’s a very handy way to get feedback on what’s happening with your project. Many appliances and gadgets are using LCDs to communicate with the end-users. It is used

  • DIY Motion Detection Alarm System Using PIR Sensor, I2C LCD, and Piezo Buzzer

    In today's world, security is of utmost importance, and having a reliable alarm system can provide peace of mind. In this tutorial, I will guide you through creating a simple yet effective motion detection alarm system using readily available components like a Passive Infrared (PIR) sensor, an

  • Make Interactive Arduino Projects Using Pushbutton and LCD


    Combining pushbuttons with LCDs can go a long way when making Arduino projects. Take a vending machine for example. A vending machine works by making a payment to receive the appropriate product. Usually, it is self-service and you only need to interact with buttons and an LCD for

  • Mastering Distance Measurement: A Comprehensive Guide to Using Ultrasonic Sensor with LCD and Arduino LCD and HC-SR04 Ultrasonic sensor

    Are you looking to elevate your Arduino projects to the next level by incorporating precise distance measurement capabilities? Look no further than the powerful combination of an ultrasonic sensor, LCD, and Arduino. Whether you want to build a smart parking assistant to help with tight parking

  • Simple LED Meter Using Potentiometer and I2C LCD (Quick Tutorial)


    Here is a simple Arduino project that displays the value of a potentiometer on the screen. In addition, LEDs will also light up based on the value of the potentiometer. Here’s the exact behavior of the LEDs:


  • Step-by-Step Guide: Displaying DHT11 Sensor Data on I2C LCD with Arduino

    Are you tired of simply checking the weather app on your phone to see if it's raining cats and dogs outside? Well, why not dive into the exciting world of DIY weather monitoring with a twist of tech-savvy fun? In this article, we're about to show you how to transform your Arduino into a simple




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