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1  Topics / Education and Teaching / Re: Is there Arduino Training Available in India ? on: June 01, 2012, 03:24:23 am
Have you taken a look at this module
http://tenettech.com/blogspot/?page_id=686

Will this be of some help ?

Thanks,
Ram

2  Using Arduino / Interfacing w/ Software on the Computer / Re: processing.js basics on: June 01, 2012, 03:18:35 am
To have the arduino post data to a central server there are two ways.

Option 1:
As you rightly said hook up the arduino to a PC and run a PC program (processing/python..etc) that can read and post to the web. This solves the purpose but not an elegant solution though but could serve as a good starting point.

Option 2:
Arduino + ethernet shield (needs a wired internet connection) or Arduino + GPRS shield (Uses the cell phone data service)  or Arduino + wifi shield (uses wireless internet connection) which could be a stand alone solution posting data to the server.

Hope these directions help !

Thanks,
Ram
3  Using Arduino / Interfacing w/ Software on the Computer / Re: processing.js basics on: May 31, 2012, 04:54:05 am
php is a easy route to take as it is simple to carry out the plot as there are a lot of libraries out there that does the graphing for free.

here is one post that demonstrates the same .

http://scouris.wordpress.com/2010/09/10/temperature-sensing-with-arduino-php-and-jquery/

hope this helps !

Thanks,
Ram
4  Using Arduino / Interfacing w/ Software on the Computer / Re: Arduino + processing on Ubuntu - no serial list on: May 31, 2012, 04:45:15 am
I had ran into the same issue a while back and i upgraded the RXTX library and the JDK on the machine which fixed things for me.

My initial indicators came from processing forum at
http://forum.processing.org/topic/rxtx-version-mismatch

Thanks,
Ram
5  International / India / Re: Interfacing Arduino with iOS devices on: May 31, 2012, 04:40:08 am
yep the sparkfun one is a good suggestion but i have used these and its a bit slower and you do not get precise control. The logic behind the scenes is its all the volume that controls the other side of the world (IOS/Android ) and it can get tricky at times !

Ram
6  International / India / Re: Interfacing Arduino with iOS devices on: May 26, 2012, 01:12:59 pm
Hi darkowlzz ,

There are two ways two think of the interaction between the Arduino and the IOS.

Option 1: A wired interface where in the IOS device is connected to the Arduino .
Solutions in the form of cables are available out there that can help do that
http://www.makershed.com/Redpark_Breakout_Pack_for_Arduino_and_iOS_p/msrp02.htm

Option 2: Wireless connection between IOS and Arduino via a bluetooth or a wifi connection

You could think of some solutions like a Arduino UNO + serial bluetooth modems that sets up the arduino side of things or try a Arduino + a wifi shield that can provide a wifi connectivity.

Hope this helps !

Feel free to post in additional clear requirements if  you have something specific in mind.

Thanks,
Ram
7  International / India / Re: Who are you? Where are you located? on: May 22, 2012, 05:30:32 am
Hi,

This is Ram, From Tenet Technetronics India. I work as a Technical Evangelist at Tenet . Tenet Technetronics provides OEM/ODM services and most of our POCs are realized on an Arduino platform. Be it a simple control system or a complex logic arduino really simplifies things to test out things and as always you could improve things and move them to production once u have the design working !

If you are one interested in seeing how Arduinos could be used apart from only art and simple controls please feel free to visit us and we would be more than happy to open up the black boxes of designs where a neat little Arduino UNO/MEGA rests and does the job !

Thanks,
Ram,
Tenet Technetronics,
http://www.tenettech.com
http://www.tenettech.com/blogspot
http://youtube.com/tenetworld
8  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / Re: RF transmission using arduino on: April 23, 2011, 12:04:55 pm
hi shyamkrishnan,

What is the role of the RF in your project ?

1) Is it going to transfer some data ?
2) Just used for switching ?

In any case to interface a low cost RF you should be looking into some modules like the RF434 that comes as a pair  !

A long back we wrote a reference doc ! Please see if this link helps !

http://tenettech.com/blogspot/?p=458

Ram
9  Forum 2005-2010 (read only) / Development / Re: Colour sensor on: December 08, 2010, 05:15:21 am
Hi Gaurav,

Sparkfun's color sensor evaluation boards are a good option !

Tenet Technetronics in India sells a readymade solution to use this color sensor and provide them on the serial port !

Please drop in an inquiry to check out the options !

Ram
10  Forum 2005-2010 (read only) / Development / Comet - An Arduino Clone made in India on: December 08, 2010, 05:09:02 am
It has always been a struggle for hobbyists to wait for their arduinos to ship from foreign countries and also buying a clone that has substandard components and less quality was the only option left out !

We decided to get out of this muda in terms of time and have designed a high quality clone called the Comet. The comet is an Arduino clone of the famous Arduino Duemilanove and ships  at a mere 20$ pricing within India.

There is also a dedicated website to look out for tutorials that are really asked by customers and also the video of the whole making !

Check out the website of the comet as well as the videos on Tenet Technetronics website .


Thanks,
Ram
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