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B.M.E. - BME Project album
  • Performer B.M.E.
  • Title BME Project
  • Date of release 2005
  • Country US
  • Style House
  • Other formats AA TTA MIDI DTS ADX AAC APE
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1822 mb
  • Size FLAC 1249 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 280

is the ninth studio album by American rapper Project Pat from Memphis, Tennessee. It was released on September 8, 2017 through X-Ray Records, a division of Cleopatra Records. It features guest appearances from Juicy J and Young Dolph. The album was supported by its lead single "Money", which was produced by XTC Beats and released on September 5, 2017. by Project Pat on Bandcamp.

Thank you for your interest to attend a Project Laboratory course or to prepare your BSc or MSc thesis work at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (VIK) of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) as an exchange student.

In this project the BME280 sensor is used in I2C mode and the compiler used is CCS PIC C. The BME280 sensor from Bosch Sensortec is a low cost digital pressure, temperature and humidity sensor with good accuracy. Because pressure changes with altitude we can use it as an altimeter with ±1 meter accuracy (pressure accuracy ±1 hPa). The BME280 chip works with maximum voltage of . V (supply voltage range is from . 1 to . V) which means we’ve to use a 3V3 voltage regulator to supply it from a 5V source. Also, if we’re working with a 5V system (development board, microcontrolle. like the PIC16F877A microcontroller we’ve to use a voltage level shifter (level converter) which converts the . V (comes from the BME280 chip) into 5V (goes to the PIC16F877A) and vice versa. This level shifter is for the I2C bus lines (clock and data).

In this project the BME280 sensor is used in I2C mode and the compiler used is mikroC PRO for PIC. like the PIC16F887 microcontroller we’ve to use a voltage level shifter (level converter) which converts the . V (comes from the BME280 chip) into 5V (goes to the PIC16F887) and vice versa.

Attachments: I2Cscannersketch,bme280testsketch1, e32webbme280sketch2, library1, library2. In this project, you need these parts : 1. ESP32 development board with WiFi and Bluetooth and USB A, micro USB B cable 1 pc. rduino IDE ( you can download it from here ). umper cables F-F. 4. BME280 sensor module 1 pc. General

The BME280 sensor module reads temperature, humidity, and pressure. Because pressure changes with altitude, you can also estimate altitude. There are several versions of this sensor module, but we’re using the one shown in the figure below. In summary, in this project you’ve learned how to read temperature, humidity, pressure, and estimate altitude using the BME280 sensor module. You also learned how to build a web server that displays a table with sensor readings. You can easily modify this project to display data from any other sensor. If you like this project you may also like the following tutorials: Build an All-in-One ESP32 Weather Station Shield. ESP32 Publish Sensor Readings to Google Sheets (ESP8266 Compatible).

This Arduino-BME280 based device measures, records and uploads T, RH, BP data to ThingSpeak. Arduino Dual BME280 IoT Recording HygroThermoGraph. Project tutorial by jim Myracle. This Arduino-BME280 based device measures, records and uploads T, RH, BP data to ThingSpeak. The Adafruit version has the logic level converter on board.

Tracklist

A1 Falling In Love Again
A2 Another Lover
B1 Dancin' Through The Night
B2 Play Work Play

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – BBE Records
  • Distributed By – BBE Records
  • Produced For – Burrell Music Enterprises

Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Reggie Burrell*

Notes

Reissue of the 1993 EP on Bottom Line Records.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BLR-9037 B.M.E. BME Project ‎(12", EP) Bottom Line Records BLR-9037 US 1993


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Just found "Falling in love" in my collection. Such an excellent track !