Elektor Special: Introduction to Electronics with Arduino

Description

Although the Arduino isn’t a novelty any longer, there are still many beginners who want to try programming and development with a microcontroller, and to them, it is all new. All beginnings can be difficult, though they should be light and enjoyable.

You do not need much or expensive equipment for the examples. The circuits are built on a small breadboard, and, if necessary, connected to an Arduino Uno, which you can program on a Windows PC. You will find clear examples of how to build all circuits, ensuring easy and error-free reproduction.

Projects Discussed

  1. Current & Voltage – How it all began
  2. Arduino Hardware
  3. Arduino Programming
  4. The Electrical Circuit
  5. Measuring with the Multimeter
  6. Circuit Diagrams and Breadboards
  7. Creating Circuit Diagrams
  8. Breadboard Views with Fritzing
  9. Online Circuit Simulation
  10. Indispensable: Resistors (Part 1)
  11. Hands-on with Resistors (Part 2)
  12. Variable Resistors
  13. Diodes: One-way Street for Current
  14. The Transistor Switch
  15. Electromagnetism
  16. Relays and Motors
  17. op-amps: Operational Amplifiers
  18. Capacitors
  19. The NE555 Timer
  20. PWM and Analogue Values with Arduino
  21. 7-Segment Temperature Display
  22. Introduction to Soldering and LCDs
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Although the Arduino isn’t a novelty any longer, there are still many beginners who want to try programming and development... Read more

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      SKU: 19443
      EAN: 9783895764028
      Language: English
      Pages: 100

      Description

      Although the Arduino isn’t a novelty any longer, there are still many beginners who want to try programming and development with a microcontroller, and to them, it is all new. All beginnings can be difficult, though they should be light and enjoyable.

      You do not need much or expensive equipment for the examples. The circuits are built on a small breadboard, and, if necessary, connected to an Arduino Uno, which you can program on a Windows PC. You will find clear examples of how to build all circuits, ensuring easy and error-free reproduction.

      Projects Discussed

      1. Current & Voltage – How it all began
      2. Arduino Hardware
      3. Arduino Programming
      4. The Electrical Circuit
      5. Measuring with the Multimeter
      6. Circuit Diagrams and Breadboards
      7. Creating Circuit Diagrams
      8. Breadboard Views with Fritzing
      9. Online Circuit Simulation
      10. Indispensable: Resistors (Part 1)
      11. Hands-on with Resistors (Part 2)
      12. Variable Resistors
      13. Diodes: One-way Street for Current
      14. The Transistor Switch
      15. Electromagnetism
      16. Relays and Motors
      17. op-amps: Operational Amplifiers
      18. Capacitors
      19. The NE555 Timer
      20. PWM and Analogue Values with Arduino
      21. 7-Segment Temperature Display
      22. Introduction to Soldering and LCDs

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