In this video, Zahraa introduces the Arduino board layout. She introduces the digital and analog pins, the power pins, and the built-in LED on the Arduino board. Finally, she shows the controller type used on the Arduino Uno board.
- [Narrator] Let's take a look…at the layout of our Arduino board.…The Arduino UNO is one of the most commonly used units…for prototypes that require a simple microcontroller.…There is a standard USB port…for connecting the unit to the computer.…The USB port is also used for…powering the Arduino UNO board,…uploading the programmer sketches into the Arduino,…and for communication.…The power connector is used…to provide power to the Arduino board…when it's not plugged into the USB port.…
It accepts voltage between nine and 15 volt,…depending on the board.…You can also see the voltage regulator beside it.…Now you can see the power pins here.…These provides five volt, 3.3 volt,…and ground connections to power your circuit.…The reset button is used to reset the Arduino board…back to it's default state…and for debugging purposes.…The Arduino UNO has 14 digital input and output interfaces.…
There are six digital interfaces for pulse with modulation.…They are marked on Arduino…using the tilde before the digital pin number.…
- What's an Arduino?
- Creating an Arduino program
- Using the setup() and loop() functions
- Using the pinMode() and digitalWrite() commands
- Creating your first sketch
- Writing code to turn LEDs on and off
- Wiring a pushbutton to Arduino
- Activating an LED with a pushbutton
Skill Level Beginner
Learning Arduino: Interfacing with Hardwarewith Zahraa Khalil1h 40m Intermediate
Learning Arduino: Pulse Width Modulationwith Rae Hoyt1h 16m Intermediate
1. Introduction to Arduino
2. Creating an Arduino Program
3. Interface with Ouptut: LED
4. Interface with Input: Pushbutton
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