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Archive for June 2018

What's your PICAXE project about?

We would love to hear about your PICAXE project. All projects are entered into our monthly competition and could win a great PICAXE prize.

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  • PICAXE Programming Ports

    Submitted by: SolidWorksMagi
    PICAXE Programming Ports

    I like the ease of using a PICAXE 28X2 module, but many projects don't need all those GPIO pins so I switch to a smaller PICAXE chip, but then I have to move...

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  • Automatizacion de Puente Grúa

    Submitted by: planchibus
    Automatizacion de Puente Grúa

    Este proyecto realizado por alumnos de 4º ESO ha consistido en construir un puente grúa a partir de 2 viejas impresoras que nos han servido de base para reut...

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  • Lámpara controlada por Bluetooth

    Submitted by: coparu67
    Lámpara controlada por Bluetooth

    En este proyecto utilizamos la tarjeta CHI035A para controlar por Bluetooth un relé que a su vez sirve para encender y apagar una lámpara-flexo de mesa. Util...

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  • Rocker-Bogie Rover

    Submitted by: pippofjk
    Rocker-Bogie Rover

    Rocker-Bogie Rover is a radio frequency controlled robot, that uses the famous Rocker-bogie suspension system developed by JPL NASA for exploration rovers (l...

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  • DHT11 and DHT22 from 32MHz PICAXE

    Submitted by: pleitch
    DHT11 and DHT22 from 32MHz PICAXE

    The DHT range of sensors are very cheap sensors that provides both temperature and humidity in a digital form. This means that actual numbers are provided f...

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