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Getting Started with Arduino

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Basics of Arduino board and a guide to get start working with arduino board.

Basics of Arduino board and a guide to get start working with arduino board.

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    • Getting Started with Arduino Explore all about Ardunio with more than 50+ applications. Learn how to get started, move forward with small applications and finally reach to the next level of innovation with us. www.engineersgarage.com/microcontroller/arduinoprojects
    • What is Arduino? Arduino is an open source electronics platform with a preassembled board or do it yourself kit. It is a great platform that allows artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments more accessible with it’s open source hardware board designed around 8- bit atmel ARM and software consisting of a standard programming language compiler and a boot loader that executes on the microcontroller . Arduino 2009
    • Arduino on breadboard
    • How to Get Started with Arduino? Getting started with Arduino is easy. This article on Engineers Garage will let you know the steps required for getting started with arduino and explains how to write a simple LED blinking code.
    • How to Send Serial Data from Arduino? Serial communication is the most important communication port which all microcontrollers should have. This enables the user to communicate with the microcontroller using text commands. This project on Engineers Garage demonstrates a simple program which can be used to send a string to the serial port of the PC. The data can be displayed in the hyperterminal of the PC or in the arduino’s serial monitor itself.
    • How to Use Arduino to Display Sensor Values on LCD? The Arduino can be used as a stand-alone board as output or inputs can be taken from or given to the board. We all know LCD module provides better effectiveness as compared to others at the same time eliminates the requirement of PC or any other kind of connected device. This project on Engineers Garage demonstrates ”how to use a 16x2 LCD with the Arduino board for displaying a sensor value continuously. The code has been written using the library functions and the sensor used here is a simple potentiometer which can vary its voltage in its variable pin.
    • How to make Phone call from GSM module using Arduino? Here this project on Engineers Garage demonstrates how to interface a GSM module with Arduino and make them to call a particular mobile number. The GSM module in this project is interfaced with the easy prototyping platform Arduino which makes the hardware circuitry simple and easy to write a code using the C based programming environment.
    • How To Save a Text In The EEPROM of The Arduino? A microcontroller might need to store its data like sensor value, or a particular count or image data for a long period of time. The most common type of memory used with the microcontroller based systems is EEPROM. This project here demonstrates how to connect the internal EEPROM of the Arduino board with the serial port of a PC and save a text in it which can be read back even after the Arduino is powered off and turned on again.
    • Thank You Check here Arduino Projects