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Wavelength to Photon Energy Calculator

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The energy of light (or photon energy), E, is inversely proportional to the wavelength by the equation: E = hc/ l (equation 1) where h is Planck''s constant ( x 10 …

IOT based Solar Panel Monitoring Using Particle Photon

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In this project, the particle photon is interfaced with the voltage output pin of the solar panel, LM35 temperature sensor and LDR sensor to monitor the power output, temperature and the incident light intensity respectively. A character LCD is also interfaced to the board for real time display of the measured parameters. The solar panels are assumed to be installed with internet hotspots at ...

Weather Station Using Particle Photon

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The project comprises a DHT11 as a temperature and humidity sensor, an OLED Display and a powerful Particle Photon as a fullyintegrated IoT kit. The DHT11 is a digital sensor that provides the output data in a binary form. The Particle Photon has a powerful STM32 ARM Cortex M3 microcontroller as its brain and a Broadcom BCM43362 WiFi chip as its

Mod for Ultrasonic Sensors (prepare HCSR04 for ...

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Mod for Ultrasonic Sensors (prepare HCSR04 for Logic on ESP32/ESP8266, Particle Photon, Etc.): TL;DR: On the sensor, cut the trace to the Echo pin, then reconnect it using a voltage divider (Echo trace > Ω > Echo pin > Ω > GND).Edit: There has been some debate on whether the ESP8266 is actually 5V tolerant on GPIO in…

GitHub rickkas7/particlei2ctutorial: Using the I2C bus ...

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26/10/2017· Particle I2C Tutorial. I2C, also written as I 2 C, and pronounced IsquaredC, is a method for communicating between devices such as sensors, displays and other peripherals and a microcontroller like the Photon or Electron. It''s short for InterIntegrated Circuit. The first section has some technical information about how it works and why you might want to use it.

Automated Pool Controller Projects Stories ...

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15/12/2017· The other side of that goes to the boost converter to step up the voltage to 12 volts for the valves. This is then switched at the relay to open and close valves. The relay board itself is powered off the 5v pins on the photon. The 5 volt pins on the photon also supply power to the flow sensors that require five volts to run. Hope this helps!

Solar Panel Monitoring Using Particle Photon Blog ...

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I2C Shield for Particle Electron or Particle Photon with ...

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Use the Particle Electron / Photon to provide cloud connectivity to a world of expansion controllers using the PEI2C expansion. The PEI2C provides a 5 Volt I2C expansion port, allowing your Particle Electron or Photon to connect to an evergrowing array of expansion devices from NCD. Connect sensors for light level monitoring, gas level detection, temperature and humidity monitoring, as […]

I²C Shield for Particle Electron or Particle Photon with ...

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Use the Particle Electron / Photon to provide cloud connectivity to a world of expansion controllers using the PEI2C expansion. The PEI2C provides a 5 Volt I²C expansion port, allowing your Particle Electron or Photon to connect to an evergrowing array of expansion devices from Connect sensors for light level monitoring, gas level detection, temperature and humidity ...

Photon datasheet | Datasheets | Particle

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20/2/2019· “The sensor has an adjustable load resistor (RL) so you can adjust the maximum voltage output/sensitivity of the sensor. You can power the sensor with 5V and measure the output using a voltmeter (NOT connected to your Particle just yet). Adjust the trimpot to some safe value below and then blow some smoke on the sensor to see how it reacts.

Using a 5V sensor with battery powered Photon Particle

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16/10/2015· Hello Hardware experts, I’m planing to build a (LiPo) battery powered ultrasonic sensor project controlled by one of my Photons. The challenge here is, the ultrasonic sensor (HCSR04) requires 5 volts. I testet it with an USB powered Photon which work fine. But the final project will have the Photon is powered by a Sparkfun battery shield. Measurements taken once an hour, the rest of …

Solar Panel Monitoring Using Particle Photon Blog ...

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23/6/2019· The sensor is connected to the A2 pin of Particle Photon. The sensor is connected in a potential divider circuit. The LDR provides an analog voltage which is converted to digital reading by the inbuilt ADC. Temperature sensor . LM35 is a precision IC temperature sensor with its output proportional to the temperature (in oC).

Solar Panel Monitoring Particle Projects

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1/5/2018· In this project, the particle photon is interfaced with the voltage output pin of the solar panel, LM35 temperature sensor and LDR sensor to monitor the power output, temperature and the incident light intensity respectively. A character LCD is also interfaced to the particle photon for real time display of the measured parameters.

Any disadvantages on using Particle Photon over an Arduino ...

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Arduino UNO has 5 volt AND volt while Photon has only volt Arduino has many resources while Photons don''t since Photons are fairly new Arduinos don''t need any wifi to work while Photons need to be connected to wifi and the cloud to flash code (Although there is a way to flash over USB cable, it is HIGHLY complicated with need of the terminal and DFUUTIL installed.)

GitHub ControlEverythingCommunity/MMC3316xMT: Magnetic ...

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31/1/2017· This Sample code can be used with Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Particle Photon, Beaglebone Black and Onion Omega. Java Download and install pi4j library on Raspberry pi.

Analog Sensors University of Texas at Austin

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Mod for Ultrasonic Sensors (prepare HCSR04 for ...

Using 0 5 volt sensor General Particle

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29/1/2018· The ADC precision is / 4096, so you get 1241 “steps” per Volt. Your 100 psi sensor has a 5V range, so that’s 20 psi/ V, or per psi. 1241 * = 62 “steps” per psi = psi measurement resolution from the ADC over a range. The Best 100 psi pressure sensor that I’ve personally used has a specified accuracy of %

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