Circuit bench - 100 shields for arduino

Author: Newton C. Braga

Published: July 5, 2016

Formato: Book and e-Book

Pages: 118


 

 

We can say that in this serie we will give to the readers the opportunity to have in their tablets, iPhones, iPads and PCs a powerful source of ideas for projects and informartions. Microcrocontrollers such as Arduino, MSP430, PICs and others can´t source a large amount of current to loads like motors, relays and lamps. They also can´t work with signals sourced by some types of sensors plugged to their inputs. In these cases they need special ads, circuits to allow the use of power loads and sensor. These circuits are called shields. This book is a collection of 100 circuits of shields including drive to high current loads, motors, sensor, to produce audio signals and much more.

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Content

1 - Shiled for Relay and Solenoid

2 - Two Transistor Relay Shield

3 - Shield to Trigger SCRs

4 - Full Wave Shield for SCR

5 - Isolated Low Power Shield MOC3020

6 - Opto isolator for SCR Control

7 - Opto Coupler Shield for SCR Control (Power Control)

8 - Monoestable TTL Shield

9 - Power Shield using a DarlingtonTransistor

10 - Power Switch Using a PNP Transistor

11 - Opto Control Shield for Triac

12 - Sound Shield Using the 555 IC

13 - Astable Shield Using the 4070

14 - Two-Tone Controlled Oscillator

15 - Electronic Ride or Crash

16 - Damped Oscillator for Sound Effects

17 - Microcontrolled Intermitent Siren

18 - Microcontrolled TTL Oscillator

19 - Microcontrolled Cricket

20 - Microcontrolled Cricket II

21 - Microcontrolled Siren Using the 4046 IC

22 - Clef Generator

23 - Microconrolled Bongo Drum

24 - Transistor Amplifier

25 - 75 mW Stereo Amplifier Using the TDA7050

26 - Mono and Stereo Amplifier Using the TDA6050

27 - Half-Watt Transistor Amplifier

28 - Simple Audio Output Stage

29 - Audio Amplifier Stage

30 - Simple Amplfier Stage II

31 - Simple Photodiode Amplifier

32 - High Speed Photo-Sensor Amplifier

33 - Opto-Coupler for 15 mm

34 - Low Current Opto-Shield

35 - Interface for AC Signals

36 - IR Receiver

37 - High Power Light Modulator

38 - High Power Light Modulator II

39 - Logic Probe - LM339

40 - Bounceless Switch

41 - Touch Switch Using the 4011 IC

42 - 4046 Monostable

43 - Divide-by-2 Frequency Divider

44 - Shield for Pulsed Radiation

45 - Input Shield for Optical Signals

46 - Phototransistor Shield

47 - One Pulse Generator

48 - CMOS to TTL Interface

49 - IR Modulator

50 - CMOS Touch Switch

51 - Schmitt Trigger

52 - Shield for Motor Direction Control Using a Relay

53 - Relay Shield for DC Motor Control

54 - Motor Shield Using Darlington Transistor

55 - Simple H-Bridge

56 - H-Bridge with Logic

57 - H-Bridge Using Darlington Transistors

58 - Motor Shield H-Bridge using MOSFET and Bipolar

59 - Bistable H-Bridge

60 - Full Bridge Using MOSFETs

61 - H-Bridge Shield With PWM Control

62 - Motor Control Shield with PWM

63 - Multi Power Interface

64 - Monostable IR Shield

65 - Seven Segment Decoder Shield

66 - Automatic DC Motor Speed Control

67 - Linear Combiner

68 - Time Delay Shield

69 - Monostable Shield Using Transistors

70 - 0 to 99 Counter

71 - Counter to 10 Using LEDs

72 - Sequencer Using the 4013

73 - Schmitt Trigger

74 - Analog to Digital Converter

75 - 60 Hz Clock for Instruments

76 - Microcontrolled Power Supply

77 - Astable Light Sensor

78 - XTAL Oscillator (External Clock)

79 - Touch Switch

80 - LED Gate Shield

81 - Isolated Interface

82 - Isolated Triac Shield Using Opto Coupler

83 - Isolated Shield Using Opto Coupler

84 - Voltage Controlled RF Oscillator

85 - Audio Isolator

86 - LED Áudio Modulator

87 - Programmable Frequency Divider

88 - Touch Switch Using the 4093

89 - TTL to CMOS Interface

90 - Laser Diode Modulator

91 - Tone Detector

92 - Microcontrolled Oscillator

93 - Front detector

94 - Bistable Touch Switch

95 - Digitally Controlled Oscillator

96 - Power Supply for Arduino

97 - Three-Component Power Supply for Arduino

98 - Unregulated Power Supply for Arduino

99 - Regulated Power Supply for Arduino

100 - Power Supply for Microcontrollers - 6 or 9 V

Using Shields

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