Potentiometer Simple arduino example with a potentiometer
Black and Gold (Sam Sparro) • Potentiometer (N-erjex) • Mash-up Remix Subscribe for new music every week www.n- • http This is my mix of Black and Gold by Sam Sparro versus Potentiometer by N-erjex.
Arduino LED control through a potentiometer Using a Spectrol MOD 534 potentiometer to control the rate of a flashing LED.
AltRider Potentiometer Guard for the BMW R 1200 GS Product Video Made from 3.175 mm anodized aluminum, the potentiometer guard has three mounting positions to anchor it in place. The unique third (bottom) mounting position creates a firm hold on the throttle body, which means the guard won't ever shift or snap off. The AltRider Potentiometer Guard provides strong protection, sleek profile and no interference with leg position.
How to test a potentiometer We cover the correct procedure for testing a potentiometer.
Arduino with slide potentiometer Arduino with slide potentiometer 10k ohm
voltage divider and potentiometer
Arduino, potentiometer, MAX7221 & 16 leds Interfacing a potentiometer and a MAX7221 with 16 leds (LED bar/VU meter). Everything is connected to an Arduino Diecimila. More on:
Fabric Potentiometer (update) Update: Using some wire wrapped around the central popper to make contact with the resistive ring (circular potentiometer). Unfortunately (though cool too) the Eexonyx fabric is pressure sensitive, thus its resistance varies also on the pressure applied, not only due to the position of contact. Plus the contact between the wire and Eeonyx is not stable enough. But this is a design issue that can be solved:-) (Music: Small Fires by Karate)
Arduino shift register LED strip potentiometer version #2 This is another version of a user feedback control involving 30 LEds. I was thinking that since there are 2 shift registers (16bit and 16 bit) you could use the 2 remaining leds as some kind of custom :start" and "finish" lights. or like "empty" and "full".
How to use a Potentiometer This video will go over a Potentiometer
How-To Tuesday: Arduino 101 potentiometers and servos Check out for a complete line of Arduino products. This is the 3rd installment of my Aduino How-To Tuesdays. This week I am going to cover using another basic part, the potentiometer. I will also cover connecting a servo to the Arduino. Servos can be hard to control, but not with the Arduino! That's just another reason why I love this little micro-controller.
Digital Potentiometers - Short Circuits Episode3 Digital potentiometers (variable resistors) with up down control signals. These can be used to replace the ***og twist potentiometers and controlled by push buttons or micro controllers
potentiometer (overview) A review of lessons learned when dealing with potentiometers during build of (modified) Dave Lawton PWM.
Touratech R1200 Throttle Potentiometer Cover Touratechs throttle potentiometer cover protects an exposed critical system on your R1200 motorcycle. The fragile electrical components on your throttle can easily be damaged by your boot or other object while riding. Don't let yourself become stranded due to damage to this critical system. Protect it with the throttle potentiometer cover from Touratech. For more information please visit www.touratech-
Guitar Potentiometers part 4, Modifying a Tone Pot to be No Load for True Bypass . In this video I demonstrate how to modify a guitar tone potentiometer to be "no load", for true bypass. The change in sound is subtle, as you'll hear, but it's worthwhile. Audio examples recorded through my Vox VT30 amp and a high quality Rode NT1 mic. Please see my pots exploration video for more detailed background info on potentiometer construction and operation:
All About Circuit Bending and Equipment : Use a Potentiometers to Control Range When Circuit Bending Potentiometers has a resistance that allows you to gradually allow current to flow at different levels. Learn more aboutcircuit bending in this free video series. Expert: Amanda Claire Bio: Amanda Claire is a lifelong artist, currently living in Austin, Texas, who specializes in all realms of unique crafts. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
Arduino selfbuild potentiometer This is a selfbuild potentiometer Just draw a line with a pencil on a paper thats it Here is the link for the sketch:
soldering leads on a bourns potentiometer More: www.heli- bournes, bourns...however you spell it, this is how we solder them when they have solder lugs on them.
Circuit ***ysis Application - Voltage Divider (Part 3) ***og and Digital Potentiometer www.FreedomUniversity.TV. A series of videos on circuit ***ysis. For more tutorial videos on these and other topics, contact Professor Santiago at john@e- or visit the above website.
Guitar Potentiometers part 3, Enlarging the Holes in Semi Hollow Body Top . Typical guitar pots have a 3/8" threaded shaft. But import guitars often use pots with 8mm (~5/16") shafts. So to replace the pots, you need to enlarge the holes. In this video, I demonstrate how to cleanly drill the holes for the pots in a semi-hollow body guitar. Coming up next will be wiring and soldering.
Netduino Tutorial- Medium (LEDs and Potentiometer) This is my second project with the Netduino. The Netduino is like a Arduino but it is compatible with the .NET Micro Framework. This project is written in C# with Visual Studio and the .NET Micro Framework. In this Netduino Tutorial I will show you how to use LEDs and Potentiometers. I got a new Arduino shield and used it on the netduino. It has: 4 red LDS 1 RGB LED 2 Potentiometers 2 Buttons Ambient light sensor Infrared detector infrared LED Download Netduino Project Source Code - Get the Netduino from:
North Bridge Speed Fan Controlled by Potentiometer North Bridge Speed Fan Controllled by Potentiometer in a cheap mobo (pcchips p17g/1333)
Guitar Potentiometers part 5, Comparing Tone Pot Tapers . In this quick video, I compare linear taper 500k and log/audio 500k taper pots for use as a tone control. The pickup is wired to the jack, with the pot/cap in parallel, just like a normal guitar circuit (but without the volume pots). I'm using an Orange Drop .022uF, and the two pots are Bourns A500K and Philmore B500k. Audio examples recorded through my Vox VT30 amp and a high quality Rode NT1 mic. Please see my other potentiometer videos for more detailed background info on potentiometer construction, operation and tapers.
How to Do Circuit Bending on Audio Electronics : Learn About Potentiometers for Circuit Bending Learn about potentiometers for circuit bending in thisvideo series that will help you understand how and when to utilize this unique way of making music. Expert: Lorin Parker Contact: Bio: Lorin Parker is renown as an instrument builder. He works as an artist, audio engineer and instructor in sound and audio as a faculty member at the Art Institute of California, Los Angeles. Filmmaker: Louis Nathan
Guitar Potentiometers: Why change them? . I've read stories of people saying how their guitar sound miraculously better after just changing to a different brand f pots. Are they just imagining it? Here, I compare new CTS and Bourns pots with the original Epiphone pots (Alphas and JS). I also talk about pots in general and the reasons why you might want to change them. Audio examples recorded through my Vox VT30 amp and a high quality Rode NT1 mic. See part 2, where I evaluate the tapers, and talk about the other factors to consider when buying new pots. In an upcoming video, I'll cover how to actually replace the pots, wire them up, and re-drill the holes in a semi-hollow body.
How To Clean Those Scratchy Controls Or Potentiometer's On Your Vintage Stereos/Radios Me showing you how to clean those noisy, and scratchy potentiometers, or controls on your vintage stereo's or radio's to bring them back to life.
Arduino + Stepper + Potentiometer I took apart my old Brothers MFC 420CN Print / Scan / Fax machine. Found a PM35s048 stepper motor. The data sheet shows it as having 48 steps (7.5 degree). I just hooked it up with the following: Yellow = Digital 4 Orange = Digital 5 Red = Digital 6 Black = Digital 7 I modified the example code for a stepper motor (MotorKnob) to have the required 48 steps and increased the speed a bit. As well I mapped the potentiometer values to 0-48 instead of using the default 0-1023. Makes for a single rotation and a lot less noise. Source Code:
Potentiometers - How They Work, Disassembly and Exploration . In this video, I disassemble a couple different pots (Bourns and CTS 500k audio taper) to show how they're constructed, and explain how they work. In the next video, I follow up with how to modify a tone pot to be no load for true bypass.
arduino tutorial 3 - potentiometer Another tute. taking ***og values from a pot and turning them into digital values for PWM LED brightness control.
SenseSurface 3D potentiometer A potentiometer on an LCD screen adds tactile feedback to music , video, games, flight sims, mouse applications. Proprietary rotary sensor sends data via USB port. Prototype is real and working more Lyndsay Williams
Guitar Potentiometers part 2, Comparing Linear/Audio Taper and Selecting Pots . In this video, I demonstrate the sound differences between Linear and Audio taper pots, and compare audio tapers in Alpha, Bourns and CTS pots. I then review the other factors you need to consider when buying pots: tolerances, dimensions, split shaft versus solid shaft, etc. In part 3, I'll cover how to enlarge the holes in a semi-hollow body to fit the new 3/8" shaft pots. Audio examples recorded through my Vox VT30 amp and a high quality Rode NT1 mic.
Digital Potentiometer Serial Interfaces
Stepper Motor + Arduino + Potentiometer + Button Stepper Motor + Arduino + Potentiometer + Button. Code available here:
Arduino potentiometer hello world A potentiometer connected to an Arduino microcontroller. The pot's voltage goes through a 10-bit ***og to digital converter, and the value is displayed on the LCD.
Blum 16 - SPI Digital Potentiometer Tri-Color LED Fading An SPI triple digital potentiometer was interfaced with the arduino. By sending it commands to alter the potentiometer values, the voltage drop across the LED changes, causing brightness to fluctuate accordingly. The LED's turn-on voltage is compensated for in the program via an offset, and transistors are used to ensure the LEDs receive voltage directly from the 5V rail.
Crawling robot arm controlled via Potentiometer This is a robot I built last semester for an electric circuits class. I plan on using it this semester for my senior design project. My goal is to look at different ways of controlling it. Right now it is being controlled by three potentiometers. One makes the base rotate and the other two actuate the joints of the arm. The jerkiness is a result of me controlling it with the potentiometer not an inherent feature of the servos or the code translating the potentiometer reading into servo outputs. The next type of control I'm going to look at is a state machine with some type of closed loop control. After that I'm going to look at neural nets and see if I can get this thing to learn to control itself. More information on the project can be found at: wikis.swarthmore.edu
My first vibrobot, deadly cute with a potentiometer nose! I made this cute little vibrobot today, with some spare parts I had lying around. Got inspired by an old Makezine article, and decided to smack it together. It turned out pretty cool actually, it hums around like a happy little bug. I gave it a cute nose with a potentiometer, so when you twist the nose you regulate the speed of the motor. I finished with adding more cuteness in the form of magic marker eyes and black spots on the back. My daugter thought it was awsome and figured out the potentiometer bit all by her self. My sons couldnt care less. Guess who will inherit my tools when I die! on! Wisdom! The feet are a piece of fence wire I found lying around, and I used some pieces from a mechano set as a frame to hold stuff. Parts used: Wire for the feet Wire cutters 9v battery and connector thingy Small motor from some broken toy, had it forever. Red electrical tape Soldering iron and solder (not really needed, you could just use tape or gum). Mechano pieces. I fastened the feet by pressing the wire between two metal mechano pieces with four screws. (Ps: There is a clear danger of burning out the motor when using a 9 volt battery) More info on pappmaskin.no
How to Do Circuit Bending with a Kid's Toy : Learn About Potentiometers for Circuit Bending Learn about potentiometers when circuit bending on a toy guitar in this free video series that will help you understand how and when to utilize this unique way of making music. Expert: Amanda Claire Bio: Amanda Claire is a leather artist currently living in Austin, Texas, where she specializes on custom pieces that blend traditional technique with modern designs. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
Potentiometer Potentiometer to control rate of flashing Begins with 2 second on/off, 1 second, half second, then back to 2 second Using Picaxe18X