INTRODUCTION TO ARDUINO

Arduino is an open-source computer hardware that designs and manufactures single-board microcontrollers and microcontroller kits.The boards are equipped with sets of digital and analog input/output (I/O) pins.

Operating system None
CPU Atmel AVR (8-bit),

ARM Cortex-M0+ (32-bit),

ARM Cortex-M3 (32-bit),

Intel Quark (x86) (32-bit)

Memory SRAM
Storage Flash, EEPROM

Various types of Arduino’s available are show in slideshow.

 ARDUINO SOFTWARE INSTALLATION:

Step 1: Download the Arduino open source software from here.

Step 2: Install the software.

Step 3: As the last step of installation it prompts you a dialog box whether to install driver or not. Click Install.

Step 4: After installing open the Arduino software.

Step 5: Statements in Setup() is executed only once. Statements in Loop() is executed infinitely until powered off.

Step 6: Select the Board that is to be programmed.

Step 7: Connect the Arduino board with Laptop via USB and select the port in the Arduino Software.

Step 8: Open the Blink Program from File–>Examples–>Basics–>Blink. Blink program is to blink the inbuilt LED of 13 th pin with a sec delay.

Step 9: Upload the program to the Board with the Upload button. If a new program is created it can be compiled.

Step 10: LED in the 13 Th pin in Arduino Uno blinks with a sec delay.

 

 

 

PROJECTS :

Line Follower

Ultrasonic Distance Finder

Arduino and LCD interfacing

Arduino Nrf24lo1 interface

Arduino Wifi Interface

TO BE PUBLISHED SOON

Arduino and Bluetooth module interfacing

Arduino and keypad interfacing

Arduino and Ir Remote interfacing

DTMF Module

Water level indicator using distance finder

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