This post explores how to use the power control features of the Battery Babysitter to make a product with the features we expect from portable embedded electronics.

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We present another set of concepts in the computer science series as they relate to Arduino.

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Aren't you lucky! More RFID parts, a new add-on for the Teensy and a brand-new BeagleBone!

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As I've been on location the past couple months attached to a secret project, I decided this week's build was going to be a motion detector I could use in the field.

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Let's learn about udev and how we can lock down our USB device nodes!

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This week, we look at what constitutes syntax in a programming language and how to employ it when writing code in Arduino.

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Today, we take a look at a new line of products that are sure to compliment your Raspberry Pi rather nicely!

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The market for connectors is enormous. Let's discuss how to find the connector that works for you.

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Do you ever need to make a lot of Pi? This trick will save you some time!

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With 50 billion IoT devices projected to join the web by 2020, whose platform will they be on?

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We examine the computer science concept of how a single-threaded, sequential program flows in Arduino.

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A change of sensors has been implemented for our Weather Shields!

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Learn the basics of SPICE simulation with Linear Technologies' free LTspice program.

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Easy builds from around the web that even a robot novice can tackle

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Increase the range on your 2.4GHz IoT devices with these simple antenna hacks.

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Our new Simultaneous RFID Reader brings multitag tracking capabilities to the masses.

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Low was indeed intended to be high, I have fixed it. Thanks! The button thing is an interesting point. I’ve been drawing them that way for…
Also, “When the system wants to shut itself down, it can release the power control line. The SYSOFF line goes low, and everyone goes to…
To be honest, that one gets me too sometimes. OK, I think I got it a little clearer in the post now.
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