Arduino Digital Clock with LCD and Bluetooth Modules

lcd.print(“Hello Youtube!!!”);

Hey Guys! As you can probably guess from the above sentence, this is my first YouTube video. I bought my first Arduino board an year ago ago and since then I’ve played with various Sensors and Modules and built numerous small scale projects.

I built this clock a while ago to replace my analog clock whose continuous ticking was driving me mad. Since power cut happen frequently here, I had no choice but to deploy some instrument which would set time without all the wire hassle; hence the Bluetooth module.

I’m open to suggestions regarding this project. Cheers!

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Controlling Servo Motor with Bluetooth using Arduino and Android

Hello! This tutorial shows you how to control a servo motor via the HC-06 bluetooth device for Arduino. Code can be found on my website:
https://camsarduinotutorials.wordpress.com/

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CameraPro/Android: Arduino based Bluetooth camera control

This video shows a sample Arduino setting (Arduino Uno R3, rotary knob, 10K resistor) with a Bluetooth shield connected to CameraPro on Android (with net module plugin) for wireless capturing of photos.

More information and download:
http://www.tequnique.com/camerapro

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Bluetooth HC-05 AT Command mode using Arduino Uno

This is a video on how to enter the command mode of HC-05 Bluetooth module using arduino uno.
For Connection, code and AT command click the link below.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B3GPRO1RK6cWZnpvNk9EUW1kR2c?usp=sharing

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Arduino + Modulo de sonido Bluetooth (Arduino + Bluetooth Stereo Module XS-3868 )

Toda la informacion, codigos y librerias para este proyecto la pueden encontrar en nuestro Bolg en el link de aca abajo.

More Info Here:
http://blog.atomogt.com/2015/10/sonido-por-bluetooth-y-arduino.html

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Arduino Quadcopter Controller via Bluetooth

This is a demo of a Quadcopter controller via Bluetooth. In the video, we’re using LED for each of the command that the controller (Android phone) sends to the Arduino. When the Arduino receives the commands, the corresponding LED will light up.

Part List:
– Arduino UNO
– 6 LEDs
– 6 330 Ohm Resistors
– Bluesmirf Bluetooth module
– Android phone (Controller)

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How To Make An Arduino Uno Car using L298n Motor Driver And HC05 Bluetooth Module

HI Friends I Am Gamak Sahani And In This Tutorial I Will Teach You How To Make An Arduino uno Car Using L298n Motor Driver And HC05 Bluetooth Module, Friend Dont Forget To Subscribe Me

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MATERIAL NEEDED :-
1) ARDUINO UNO chip
2) L298n motor driver
3) JUMPER WIRE
_MALE TO MALE WIRES
_FEMALE TO FEMALE WIRES
_MALE TO FEMALE WIRES
4) 12V BATTERY
5) TWO BO MOTORS
​6) CHASSIS
7)HC05 BLUETOOTH MODULE

STEP-2{CIRCUIT}

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CONFIGURATION OF L293D IC :-
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CONNECT ALL THE COMPONENT AS SHOW IN THIS CIRCUIT
AFTER THAT….

STEP-3{PROGRAM ARDUINO}

connect your arduino to your computer and the programming given below:-

​STEP-4{ANDROID APP}
DOWNLOAD APP FROM LINK BELOW:-

STEP 2 CONNECT BLUETOOTH MODULE HC-05 TO ARDUINO

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CONNECTION OF HC-05 TO ARDUINO
1. CONNECT RX PIN OF HC-05 TO TX PIN OF ARDUINO
2.CONNECT TX PIN OF HC-05 TO RX PIN OF ARDUINO
3.CONNECT GND PIN OF HC-05 TO GND PIN OF ARDUINO
4.CONNECT VCC PIN OF HC-05 TO 5V PIN OF ARDUINO

STEP 3 CONNECTION OF MOTOR DRIVER L298N TO ARDUINO

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connection of l298n motor driver to arduino
1.connect n1 pin of l298n to arduino 2 pin
2.connect n2 pin of l298n to arduino 3 pin
3.connect n3 pin of l298n to arduino 4 pin
4 connect n4 pin of l298n to arduino 5 pin
5.connect gnd pin of l298n to arduino gnd pin

connect vcc of l298n to positive terminal of battery also connect gnd pin of l298n to negative terminal of battery AND CONNECT MOTOR TO L298
THATS ALL YOU HAVE TO DO

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Arduino relay module bluetooth upgrade for android control.

Upgrading a basic 1 channel relay module to android bluetooth control.
For small size, im used attiny45/85.

Its works with parseInt, so accept only integers from android.
Im used 111 for turn on, and 222 to turn off, but you can change it.

Used android app:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=appinventor.ai_h_imr3.ArduConS

Attiny code:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6GR9Hj5Ut61UWF5SnV4alhTOU0/view?usp=sharing

For more details, check the instructable:

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