There's a big variety of different electronics boards on the market right now, but pretty much all of them have a similar set of base features. Makezine outlines seven of those features that pretty much any tinkerer should familiarise themselves with.
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The Arduino is a cheap electronics board that allows you to make your own electronics without a ton of coding experience. We love the Arduino, but like any electronics project, coming up with ideas for what to build is tough. Whether you're just looking for inspiration or just need a place to start, let's take a look at ten of the coolest Arduino projects.
One of the essential parts of any home security system is a door detector that lets you know when a door opens. Over on Adafruit, they show you how to build your own that hooks into IFTTT so you can be alerted any way you like when the door opens.
It turns out that the power supply unit, or PSU, of a standard desktop computer is the perfect device to energise most of your DIY electronics projects. With rails for 12, 5 and 3.3 volts, it suits a wide range of hobbyist gadget demands. The following guide will show you how to transform a decommissioned PSU into a tweakable DIY power source.