Electronics123.com, Inc. September 2011 Video Newsletter

New Mini Camera Module: C429-Lxx
Yet another candidate for replacement of the C328-series camera modules, the C429 is available in three models: C429-L28, C429-L36, & C429-L60. The L28 & L36 lens views are virtually identical, and the L60 is much more magnified. Although the software is a little difficult, we've had great success with this camera and expect much more. Click here for a video demonstration of the software. Click here for a list of of all available versions, lenses, and data/specs. See below for other links:
Next month we'll be featuring a video on yet another viable C328 replcement - the Y201-TTL & Y201-RS232 mini-cam, now in stock!
Basic Programming Concepts: ARDUINO
 This video is for all of you who would like to learn some basics of ARDUINO programming. Tanner covers syntax, basic programming structure, variables, math operations, comparisons and control structure, and digital and analog output controls. At least, some knowledge of running the compiler is required. Here is a link to the .txt from the video demo.

ARDUINO UNO used in video demo: DEV10356
Other Products used in demo video with Arduino video below:
  • 300 Second USB Recording Module (USB5M)
  • BC547B Transistor NPN 0.1A HFE200 (TO92) - [part# DB210]
All our Arduino Products: ARDUINO
You might also consider: Arduino Inventor's Kit

Learning Series: ARDUINO
ARDUINO SERIES: CIRC02 (project 2)
This month we are continuing our educational video series using the Inventor’s Kit for Arduino. You can get the Inventor’s kit here:

With this kit, you can follow along each month in our newsletter as we proceed through the 14 basic projects that are in the manual that comes with the kit. Here is last month's Circuit 1 video demonstration.

Other Important Links (& Downloads):
Article of the Month
Building a Random Message player with ARDUINO
Doorlock shield circuit
We've had several calls about using an Arduino Uno and our popular USB5M 300 Second USB Recording Module to create a micro-contolled machine that will execute random pre-recorded messages.  In this article, we explain how to do it. Combine that with the PIR circuit we showed you in July, and you could build a device that will trigger random messages anytime someone ...or something walks by. Read more....

Parts Used (click for links):

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