bookmark_borderSHT20 Breakout board


This breakout board is based on the SHT20 temperature and humidity sensor from Sensirion. The sensor is pretty small and it can give decent results. The breakout board is only 10×10 mm making it ideal for projects that are compact. If you’re wondering if you can use this in an Arduino project you’ll be pleased to know that you can but however you’ll need to use a microcontroller that runs on 3-3.3V and that supports I2C. DFRobot has provided a very convenient Arduino library that you can useĀ  The board is open source and you can find the github repo of this board at the end of the post

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bookmark_borderCH340C USB TO UART BRIDGE

About this project

This simple USB to UART bridge is based off the popular and pretty common CH340C usb to serial chip. It also has an independent +3.3V regulator at the bottom of the PCB and has a type C port. Every single pin of the ch340c IC has been expanded in order to make full use of it or to possibly reconfigure it.

PCB layout + dimensions

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bookmark_borderStormduino Youtube video

In this video, I explain and give a demo on one of my projects known as stormduino. I also talk about the previous revisions of stormduino before getting to the final refined revision ( Rev 2.2 ). Hope you like this video and if you do please consider supporting me on Kofi, subscribing to my channel and leaving a like šŸ™‚

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bookmark_borderStormduino is now OSHW certified !

A while back a project known as stormduino was started in collaboration with tecknologg and the cool folks over at . Stormduino is pretty much a KiCad designed Arduino Uno compatible clone that utilizes a USB Type-c port and has much simpler components that still maintains it’s integrity. It was originally open source since Rev 1 but after refining the design, we wanted to really show that this was actually open-source hardware. After hearing about the open-source hardware certification program we decided to apply for it. To our luck, we got approved and celebrated with a cup of coffee šŸ™‚

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bookmark_borderBerfboard 2.0 PSupply, a breadboard like protoboard with a power supply – Part 1

Berfboard was originally a prototype board that had designed to have connections similar to a breadboard but then I had an idea of combining a power supply into it. The power supply can provide +5V or +3.3V which would be ideal for certain Arduino or Raspberry Pi projects. Having a built-in power supply would make it much more convenient as you would just need a DC power adapter or a +9V battery to power everything up instead of adding additional wires for power and connecting it to an external power supply.

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bookmark_borderHow to get started with FPGAs ( part 1 )

So just know that Iā€™m just a beginner in FPGAs but I want to write blog about how to get started with FPGAs so that I might help people that have no clue what an FPGA does or what an FPGA is. Iā€™m not gonna go into too much details about how an FPGA works but Iā€™m gonna only gonna tell what you need to know for now in order to do some cool stuff with FPGAs.

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