RGB Led Strip controlled by an Arduino

Jerome Bernard: RGB Led Strip controlled by an Arduino Source: www.jerome-bernard.com/blog/2013/01/12/rgb-led-strip-controlled-by-an-arduino/ Arduino LocoNet Light Control – Digital Modellbahn Source: pgahtow.de/wiki/index.php?title=Arduino_LocoNet_Light_Control Code for cross-fading 3 LEDs, red, green and blue (RGB) To create fades, you need to do two things: 1. Describe the colors you want to be displayed 2. List the order you want them to fade in Source: www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ColorCrossfader 10kΩ resistors

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Mynabay.com – The DCC Monitor Project

MynaBay is joining the Arduino world. We’re developing a library to support DCC. In the spirit of Arduino, we’re giving it away.  MynaBay.com Parts Needed Arduino Uno Small breadboard 2 – 10K resistors 1 – 1K resistor 1 – Diode 1N4148 1 – Optoisolator 6N137 5 – Jumper wires

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Arduino DCC Controller

I have been experimenting with using the Arduino to receive DCC commands in order to use small dedicated DCC decoders to operate animations and other non-locomotive things on my modular layout. Thanks to a posting by Geoff Bunza on the MRH forum. In that article Geoff describes how one can build a small decoder that can be used to trigger up to 17 discrete events. I have details about my experiments with this project here: http://www.trainelectronics.com/DCC_Arduino/ The next logical step

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Arduino DCC Function Servo Sound decoder

Railway hobby friend Erik Holewijn came with the idea to add sound to the Arduino Function / Servo decoder. And moreover … he had created the Windows PC software to make it possible! In a joint effort, we shared some ideas and worked them out together. We’re proud to present here … the combined Arduino DCC Function / Servo / Sound Decoder with accompanying PC sound software.

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Desktop Station

How to prepare for AnalogDC : Preparation to assemble, Hardwares setting, Configuration for Motor Shield and Procudure to prepare softwares.

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Arduino control 8 devices via Android Bluetooth

Arduino control 8 devices via Android Bluetooth Application is to allow you to control various electrical devices up to eight devices and independently controlled. Use Android Bluetooth mobile device to remote control your device with Bluetooth Receiver hardware Device.

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Train detection with a reed switch and a magnet

With a digital model railway, train detection (block signaling) is an important function. Most often current sensing is used. It is quite reliable and you don’t have any (possibly ugly and always non-prototypical) sensors in view. The drawback is that it probably also is the most expensive method.

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Arduino Lego Trains

Arduino for Lego Trains #1: Introduction Arduino for Lego Trains #2: Light Sensors Arduino for Lego Trains #3: Motorized Track Switches Arduino for Lego Trains #4: Ultrasonic Sensors Arduino for Lego Trains #5: LCD Screen Arduino for Lego Trains #6: Controlled Junctions Arduino for Lego Trains #7: Infra-red Remote Control

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TV Out with Arduino

This Instructable is for those who would like to use your Arduino to output to a TV. Granted the Arduino is only powerful enough to produce a black and white picture it can still be fun to play with and useful for some projects.

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