Arduino – A Complete Step by Step Guide

Arduino – A Complete Step by Step Guide

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MCT-77

Prof. Shripal Jain

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Description

Introduction

List of parts

A study guide – Please view this first!

How to ask a question

The Arduino ecosystem

Tools and prototyping workflow

Let’s make a light blink!

Make the LED fade on and off

About sensors

Measuring light

Temperature and humidity

Barometric pressure sensors

Infrared motion sensors

Ultrasonic distance sensor

Detecting acceleration

Line sensor (infrared)

Tilt and impact

Buttons Potentiometer The flex sensor Membrane potentiometer Making noise with a passive buzzer Keypad, Part 1: Introduction Keypad, Part 2: Parallel connection wiring Keypad, Part 3: Parallel connection sketch Keypad, Part 4: Single wire connection Keypad, Part 5: Single wire connection conclusion Hardware button deboucing Rotary Encoders Part 1: Background and Principle of Operation Rotary Encoders Part 2: A Simple Circuit demo Rotary Encoders Part 3: Adding Debouncing Fingerprint sensor, Part 1: About Fingerprint sensor, Part 2: Wiring, registering and recognizing Fingerprint sensor, Part 3: Demo app with an electric lock

LCD character screen, Part 1

LCD character screen, Part 2

Single data wire LCD and I2C, Part 1

Single data wire LCD and I2C, Part 2

LCD and Keypad mini-project

LCD TFT screen

Seven Segment LED Displays, Part 1: Intro and assembly

Seven Segment LED Displays, Part 2: Sketch

Control an 8×8 LED matrix display with the MAX7219 controller

Control multiple 8×8 Matrix displays

Visualise ADXL335 accelerometer data on an 8×8 LED matrix display

Direct current motors, Part 1

Direct current motors, Part 2

Direct current motors, Part 3

Servo motors, Part 1

Servo motors, Part 2

Servo motors and LCD screens mini project

Stepper motors Part 1: Introduction

Stepper motors Part 2: Connecting a unipolar un-geared motor

Stepper motors Part 3: Controlling a unipolar un-geared motor

Stepper motors Part 4: Connecting a unipolar geared motor

Stepper motors Part 5: Using the AccelStep library

EasyDriver with the NEMA17 stepper motor

The Ethernet shield, Part 1

The Ethernet shield, Part 2

A simple Arduino reporting web server, Part 1

A simple Arduino reporting web server, Part 2

A simple Arduino reporting web server, Part 3

An Arduino controlling web server

Controlling a motor with a web browser

Web logging to Nimbits, Part 1 (Beware: this lecture is obsolete)

Web logging to Nimbits, Part 2 (Beware: this lecture is obsolete)

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