Using tinyBrd library on Arduino to connect via NRF24L01

Our tinyBrd has very simple and easy to use interface for NRF24L01 radio. This library was bundled with Nettigo tinyBrd Core, add-on for Arduino IDE to program tinyBrd. Now we have extracted it as standalone and can be used on Arduino UNO and other boards. Changes are minor, since we need to remove name conflict […]

tinyBrd – NRF24L01 radio connectivity in Arduino style

Check tinyBrd page All, most current and up to date documentation can be found on tinyBrd documentation page: http://starter-kit.nettigo.eu/tinybrd-documentation/ (since Mar 2016) Previous content: At Nettigo we did a lot work with NRF24L01. As a result we created small board, with ATtiny84 on board and connector for NRF24L01. This board is Arduino IDE compatible (You […]

Project: Using Arduino YUN to control things remotely

Arduino YUN is very interesting product. Mixing OpenWRT and Arduino in one board is effective. OpenWRT does things related to WiFi connectivity, Arduino YUN does interact with physical world, and standard Arduino library makes connecting both parts easy. Now we need some simple project to demonstrate how You can control things remotely with Arduino YUN […]

P4A – PHP for Arduino part 2

In the previous post we’ve finished with reading files from SD card. Now we have to pass them through our PHP :) and send the results to the client. To make whole process more simple, we’re assuming each of the files is known to us. This means, we’re registering every file (URL) with addCommand. How […]

P4A – PHP for Arduino part 1

If you already know Arduino stuff a bit, maybe you want to connect it with a network somehow. It could be some network-enabled home automation solution or a set of sensors sending data to a database. So, here comes the Ethernet Shield to help you. First, a bit of history. Initially, the Ethernet Shield was […]

Puff – The Magic Firefighter

This is Puff, Magic Fire Fighting Dragon Puff consists of: Arduino chassis and two motors servo moving its head motor with a fan two photoresistors as fire detectors The result? Autonomic robot (this means, controlled only by software from Arduino) detecting fire (this means, a bright light) and trying to put it out. It recognizes […]