Interface Arduino with Ethernet Shield & Display Temperature using LM35 on Web Browser

Previously we have introduced on how to interface LM35 using Arduino Mega 2560. In this article, we will show you how to interface Ethernet Shield with Arduino 2560 and display temperature data using LM35 on your Web Browser. See How to Interface LM35 using Arduino Mega 2560 To implement this project you need the following things: Arduino Board (any board will do the trick, but we recommend buying Mega2560 as we will be using this board for more projects) More details can be found here: Arduino Boards Ethernet Shield for Arduino. More details can be found here: Arduino Ethernet...

KeyPad Interface with AT89C51 and LCD

This simple project tells you how to interface 4×3 phone keypad with famous 8051 Microcontroller AT89C51 and displays the numbers on LCD 16×2 If you want to know how to interface LCD with 8051 Please visit here. Keypad acts as a Matrix switch as shown below: These switch matrix is a combination of switches in rows and columns. Now if we want to detect what switch is pressed we will scan rows and columns. Lets say that we put all rows of the matrix on a digital HIGH by using Microcontroller and then scan each column for a pressed key....

Interface LM35 Temperature Sensor with 8051 (AT89C51)

This simple project interface LM35 which is a very common Temperature Sensor giving high precision reading in terms of Analog Voltage with most popular 8051 Microcontroller AT89C51. LM35 gives analog reading and microcontroller process digital data so we have to use a midway converter from Analog to Digital i.e. AD0804 and display the result of a temperature on LCD. Temperature Sensor (LM35): LM35 looks like a transistor it will give you temperature in Celsius in terms of millivolt. For example if the temperature is 25 C its output will give you 0.25V provided that you must supply at least 1V to...

Display HELLO! on 16×2 LCD using AT89C51

LCD Interfacing with AT89C51 LCD Interfacing with AT89C51 is very common, and usually applied in every engineering project with AT89C51. So, to interface LCD lets look at some basics: A 16×2 LCD means it can display 16 characters per line and there are 2 such lines. In this LCD each character is displayed in 5×7 pixel matrix. See Pin Configuration: This LCD has two registers. Command/Instruction Register – stores the command instructions given to the LCD. A command is an instruction given to LCD to do a predefined task like initializing, clearing the screen, setting the cursor position, controlling...