About the E-Book
- Title – Arduino Programming
- Author – Eckert
- Total Pages – 166 Pages
- Total Chapters – 6 Chapters
- E-Book Size – 1 MB
Download this PDF book: Arduino Programming: Programmable Circuit Boards and Coding Program of Your Choice to Run on Your Computer (Arduino Programming – beginner and advanced Book 1) by Steve M. Eckert Are you looking for a guide for you or your genius kids who will give you instructions for creating an interactive electronic circuit? This is the right book!
This first book was written thinking people who do not know electronics but are curious about it and want to deepen its fundamental concepts. All the essential components are illustrated, starting from LEDs and buttons and analyzing the software installation.
With Arduino, every type of prototype and interactive object is possible: from the thermostat to the 3D printer, passing through drones and robots.
Arduino is an open-source electronic prototyping platform with overwhelming success among makers. Arduino is a small electronic board that anyone can learn to use quickly to make interactive electronic circuits.
This guide, updated to the latest version of Arduino, provides the fundamental basis for getting to know this exceptional platform and developing your project afterward! Getting started with Arduino is a breeze. The Arduino development environment is free and easy to use: it works on Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Wow! Your constant ramblings finally led you to this place, to Arduino? That’s pretty awesome! This is a sure sign that you are an interesting fellow. Welcome to Arduino, the handy tool of automation.
This book assumes you don’t know jack air about Arduino, so we are going to start from the basics of the basics. Before we proceed, what is Arduino? Arduino is a small board. A microcontroller board. It contains a universal serial bus (USB) plug (you would be surprised at the huge number of people worldwide who don’t know the full meaning of USB!).
This USB plug is connected to your computer or other electronics, such as speakers, microphones, relays, sensors, etc. The power source for the Arduino could be through an external power supply, a 9volts battery, or the USB connection to the computer or electronics.
The Arduino can be controlled directly from the control or programmed by the computer and then disconnected to be used independently. For example, a sensor could be attached to the Arduino board, and then the Arduino is controlled through the sensor.
Have you ever seen a remotely controlled garage door before? The driver gets to the door, presses a button on his remote, and opens the garage door. That is pretty awesome, and you know it. So, what happens when the driver pushes the button in his remote control? The remote control sends a signal to the sensor in the Arduino; the sensor now sends an electrical signal to the pins in the Arduino board.
These pins now transmit the electric signals to the motors which control the door. Then the garage door opens. Arduino is like an interface between a device’s mechanical/electrometrical parts and its electronic controls. The electronic controls send instructions to the Arduino board, and the Arduino board sends the instructions to the mechanical parts.
Table of Contents
- Chapter One: Your First Introduction To Arduino
- Chapter Two: The Things You Should Know About Arduino
- Chapter Three: A Brief Intro Into The Arduino Hardware
- Chapter Four: The Arduino Integrated Development Environment (Ide)
- Chapter Five: The Programming Languages And Arduino Programming Language
- Chapter Six: Conclusion
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