Projects Section & Submit Your Project

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  1. delba

    delba Administrator Staff Member

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    Hi everybody,

    we’re very happy to announce our brand new “Projects (http://www.udoo.org/projects/)” section where, from now on, we’ll list all the main works made by the UDOO Team and our awesome community. Right now we’ve got 3 different projects ready but more will come in the next few days:

    Unas – Nerd’s favourite Network Attached Storage: http://www.udoo.org/ProjectsAndTuto...te-network-attached-storage/?portfolioID=1368
    Freedomotic Open Source Building Automation: http://www.udoo.org/ProjectsAndTuto...-source-building-automation/?portfolioID=1368
    UPlug Project – A power consumption monitor Android application with UDOO: http://www.udoo.org/ProjectsAndTuto...droid-application-with-udoo/?portfolioID=1368

    And that’s not all. The section comes with the form “Submit Your Projects (http://www.udoo.org/submit-your-project/)” that you (that’s right YOU) can use to share your project in UDOO’s website. It’s simple, just fill out the form with all the asked informations (Full Name, social pages, website, title, overall description, videos and images if any), we’ll review and publish every work we receive, so don’t be shy and let’s share your projects with us!

    Cheers!
     
  2. davidbradway

    davidbradway New Member

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  4. delba

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    I fixed the link, sorry for the typo. ;)
     
  5. juanakin

    juanakin New Member

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    Hi, I'm very interested in the project Uplug, in fact, I had in my mind a project similar to this. I prefer to use a clap current sensor in order to measure without unpluging any device.

    One important point is the selection of the current sensor, it must be compatible with the 3.3 V voltage of the GPIO pins of our UDOOs. I have followed the link(http://www.allegromicro.com/Products/Cu ... CS712.aspx) of the current sensor and I see that indicates:
    5.0 V, single supply operation

    So, please, can you indicate some detailed instructions to connect the sensor to the udoo?

    Regards
     

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