Make a Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer with IR Temperature Sensor
When debugging an electronics circuit or testing a new hardware design, often times I tend to check if the components on the board are getting hot abnormally by touching them. And if something is messed up (which usually is in the first try) these components could get as hot as 80°C or more burning not only the component but also my finger along with it. After burning my fingers for more times than I could remember I decided to build my own Temperature Gun using Arduino and an Infrared Temperature Sensor. This Thermal gun will be built using a non-contact temperature sensor called MLX90614; hence it can not only be used to measure component temperatures but can also be used for measuring body temperature, surface temperature, Heat ventilation and much more. Of course, these thermal guns are readily available in the market from renowned manufacturers like Fluke, Flir etc. But they are not light on your pockets and on top of that what is more fun than building your own gadgets.
Check out the project here: Arduino Infrared Thermometer Project
Today in this Article, we will learn how to build a Crude Wireless Audio Transfer Circuit Using IR LEDs. Using this circuit you should be able to play songs from your IPod, mobile or computer to an external speaker without having to connect them directly though an AUX cable. The circuit comes with many limitations and there are better ways like Bluetooth to play songs wirelessly, hence this article only aims to help you understand simple audio circuits and at the same time have fun building it.
Check out the complete project, here: https://circuitdigest.com/electronic-circuits/ir-based-wireless-audio-transmitter-and-receiver-circuit-diagram
Wireless DC Motor Control
In this project, we are going to Control the Speed of Dc Motor Wirelessly Using IR or TV Remote Control. Here we are not going to use any microcontroller. We have used basic components along with 555 Timer IC to complete this task. This circuit can control the DC motor speed in 5 different levels and any IR remote like TV/DVD remote etc can be used to control it.
In this project, we will use Triac to control the brightness of the AC bulb with a IR TV Remote. You can also control Fan speed with your TV remote using this Triac Dimmer circuit.
To learn more about a Raspberry Pi and how it works, let us try building a Line Follower Robot using Raspberry Pi.