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Have you ever looked at some gadget and wondered how it really worked? Maybe it was a remote control boat, the system that controls an elevator, a vending machine, or an electronic toy? Or have you wanted to create your own robot or electronic signals for a model railroad, or perhaps you’d like to capture and analyse weather data over time? Where and how do you start? The Arduino board can help you find some of the answers to the mysteries of electronics in a hands-on way. The original creation of Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles, the Arduino system offers an inexpensive way to build interactive projects, such as remote-controlled robots, GPS tracking systems, and electronic games. The Arduino project has grown exponentially since its introduction in 2005. It’s now a thriving industry, supported by a community of people united with the common bond of creating something new. You’ll find both individuals and groups, ranging from interest groups and clubs to local hacker spaces and educational institutions, all interested in toying with the Arduino.

Download Cirkitect Arduino Course Module

  • Day 1

    Session 1

    Introduction to Embedded Systems, Understanding Arduino, Introduction to the sensors, actuators and output devices, Programming Environment Setup, Hardware introduction of Arduino peripherals, Getting started with Arduino IDE, Understanding Embedded programming concepts, Hands on: LED interfacing,  PWM with LED, Developing Traffic…

  • Day 1

    Session 2

    Hands on: Push button interfacing, Seven Segment display interfacing, Developing push button counter, IR sensor interfacing for obstacle detection, Buzzer interfacing, Developing obstacle alert system with IR sensor + Buzzer, Do It Yourself Project

  • Day 2

    Session 3

    Hands on: Temperature sensor interfacing, LDR interfacing for light detection, Moisture sensor interfacing, Developing smart plant monitoring system, Relay interfacing, Developing automated street lamp

  • Day 2

    Session 4

    Hands on: 16×2 LCD interfacing, Displaying Emoji on LCD, Developing simple game with 16×2 LCD and push button, Do It Yourself Project

Download Cirkitect Arduino Course Module

  • Arduino Uno
  • Buzzer
  • LEDs
  • Seven segment display
  • Relay module
  • Push button
  • LDR (Light Sensor)
  • IR sensor
  • LM35 Temperature Sensor
  • Jumper wires
  • Bread board
  • USB cable

Download Cirkitect Arduino Course Module

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