Questions tagged [resistor]

Passive electronic component which reduces current flow in a circuit, dissipating power as heat.

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Arduino Uno with 6x 5V solenoids + 9V battery - Not enough power?

I have 6 5V solenoids connected to an Arduino Uno, each of them with a TIP120 transistor, diode and resistor. Exactly like https://core-electronics.com.au/tutorials/solenoid-control-with-arduino.html ...
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Performance of internal vs external resistors

Is there any significant performance trade-off between buttons wired with the internal vs external pull-up/down resistors? I see a lot of tutorials demonstrating the use of external resistors when ...
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Newbie Arduino DC motor problem

So I am new to Arduino and new to electronics in general. I've looked up a few tutorials and they all have a simple early tutorial that turns on a DC motor and turns it off again. Something like this: ...
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does INPUT_PULLUP uses power?

When using a digital pin as input, one has the option of using the internal arduino resistor, which is connected to VCC; that is setting the digital pin as INPUT_PULLUP, and then the pin reads HIGH. ...
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Reading 4 to 20ma pressure sensor using uno

I have a OsiSense™ XMLP pressure sensor that I want to read from my Arduino uno. This is the circuit I am looking at building for measure 4 to 20 milliamp. I've read online to find out how to build ...
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Stop Led's from blinking

My code: // Pin 13 has a LED connected on most Arduino boards. // give it a name: int led = 13; const int buttonPin = 2; // the setup routine runs once when you press reset: void setup() { // ...
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Switch between ntc resistor sensors time based for other device

We have a heating system that uses an ntc resistor to measure water temperature. I would like to replace that ntc resistor by a fixed one (low enough to disable heating) temporary on a 5 minute ...
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Multiple I2C slave devices on Arduino - Pull-up values

This question is asked a lot and I've found many usable details on different forums regarding adding pull-up resistors on SDA/SCL lines. I know that only one resistor should be added on these lines ...