Karboard Project 1

LED Control with Button

Necessary materials;

  • 6pcs female male jumper cables

  • Karboard

In this project, we will control 3 leds with 3 buttons on the Karboard.

 

The working logic of the project is that the LED turns on when the button is pressed.

 

For this, let's first set up our scheme in Project 1 using our cables.

After uploading this mBlock code to Karboard, when we press the B1 button, the green LED will turn on, when we press the B2 button, the blue LED will turn on, and when we press the B3 button, the red LED will turn on.

Karboard Project 2

Photosensitive LED Control

Necessary materials;

  • 2pcs female male jumper cables

  • Karboard

In this project, we will control the LED with the LDR light sensor.

 

The aim of the project is to turn the LED on when the ambient light is not enough, turn it off when it is sufficient.

 

For this, let's first set up our scheme in Project 2 using our jumper cables.

After uploading this mBlock code to Karboard, if the value of our LDR sensor is less than 200, the LED will turn on, else, it will turn off. You can change the value in "lightValue> 200" as you wish.

Karboard Project 3

Measuring Distance

Necessary materials;

  • 2pcs female male jumper cables

  • Ultrasonic Distance Sensor

  • mBlock HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor PCM extension

  • Karboard

In this project, we will measure the distance with an ultrasonic distance sensor and print it on the serial port.

 

For this, let's set up our scheme in Project 3 using our jumper cables.

 

After making the connections, connect the ultrasonic distance sensor on our card.

After uploading this mBlock code to Karboard, we can see the distance measured by our ultrasonic distance sensor twice a second on the mBlock serial port.

Karboard Project 4

Temperature sensitive LED

Necessary materials;

  • 2pcs female male jumper cables

  • mBlock DHT11 extension

  • Karboard

In this project, we will control the LED with the DHT11 sensor.

 

The aim of the project is to turn the LED on when the temperature exceeds the specified level and turn it off when it falls below the level.

 

For this, let's first set up our scheme in Project 4 using our jumper cables.

After uploading this mBlock code to Karboard, if the temperature measured by our DHT11 sensor is below 30 celcius degrees, the LED will turn off, else it will light.

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