Ultimate Arduino Uno Hardware Manual

  • BrandElektor Publishing

Description

A Reference and User Guide for the Arduino Uno Hardware and Firmware

A manual providing up-to-date hardware information for the popular Arduino Uno, the easy to use open-source electronics platform used by hobbyists, makers, hackers, experimenters, educators and professionals.

Get all the information you need on the hardware and firmware found on Arduino Uno boards in this handy reference and user guide.

  • Ideal for the workbench or desktop
  • Contains all of the Arduino Uno hardware information in one place
  • Covers Arduino / Genuino Uno revision 3 and earlier boards
  • Easily find hardware technical specifications with explanations
  • Pin reference chapter with interfacing examples
  • Diagrams and illustrations for easy reference to alternate pin functions and hardware connections
  • Learn to back up and restore the firmware on the board or load new firmware
  • Basic fault finding and repair procedures for Arduino Uno boards
  • Power supply circuits simplified and explained
  • Mechanical dimensions split into five easy to reference diagrams
  • Contains circuit diagrams, parts list and board layout reference to locate components easily


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    SKU: 19678
    EAN: 9783895764349
    ISBN: 978-3-89576-434-9
    Author: Warwick A. Smith
    Language: English
    Pages: 195 (Full Color)
    Format: 17 x 23.5 cm (Paperback)

    Description

    A Reference and User Guide for the Arduino Uno Hardware and Firmware

    A manual providing up-to-date hardware information for the popular Arduino Uno, the easy to use open-source electronics platform used by hobbyists, makers, hackers, experimenters, educators and professionals.

    Get all the information you need on the hardware and firmware found on Arduino Uno boards in this handy reference and user guide.

    • Ideal for the workbench or desktop
    • Contains all of the Arduino Uno hardware information in one place
    • Covers Arduino / Genuino Uno revision 3 and earlier boards
    • Easily find hardware technical specifications with explanations
    • Pin reference chapter with interfacing examples
    • Diagrams and illustrations for easy reference to alternate pin functions and hardware connections
    • Learn to back up and restore the firmware on the board or load new firmware
    • Basic fault finding and repair procedures for Arduino Uno boards
    • Power supply circuits simplified and explained
    • Mechanical dimensions split into five easy to reference diagrams
    • Contains circuit diagrams, parts list and board layout reference to locate components easily


    Customer Reviews

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    Martin
    Well written - Good resource

    This book is basically a manual on the Arduino Uno hardware. It covers the R3 version.
    I found it well written and easy to understand. It makes a valuable addition to the official information available from Arduino.

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    Michel
    Too many unnecessary details and apps with outdated components

    Hello,
    I am 73 years old, I am retired after having been a self-made programmer for a good part of my industrial life. I have a good knowledge of electronics, but they date back to 30 years. In short, I still have the desire to learn and I decided to get into DIY using Arduino boards.
    So I ordered 2 books from Elektor written by Warwick A. Smith: one on the Arduino Uno hardware, the other almost identical on the Mega2560.
    When I learn something from a book written in English, I always make a Word file translated into French.
    I have almost finished the reading and therefore the translation of the 1st book on the Arduino Uno, and I must say that I am a little disappointed.
    Usually, Anglo-Saxon books are much more didactic than books written by French people, but there, in places one might think that this book is aimed at kindergarten kids.
    The author seems to be obsessed with resistors and it takes up several pages in the book to protect the LEDs!
    The Arduino world is an `Open-Source` world rather made for tinkerers who do not want to spend too much on material but rather on gray matter.
    The author describes the `official` Arduino hardware in great details, but does not give any details on those made by third-party manufacturers, which whatever he says works fine.
    He doesn`t even mention the competitor circuit of the ATmega16U2, which is the CH340G with a specific driver that works very well.
    He reviews on many pages the use of the Atmel-ICE programmer which is still worth around 150 euros, but he does not even mention the USBASP which is open source, and which works with programmers ` Chinese `which cost a few euros.
    Finally it gives some examples of use of components, integrated circuits, memories, which are all obsolete if we refers to `Mouser electronics`
    In short, there is a lot of information in this book, but it is ultimately a bit `messy`.
    I do not think that I will read and translate the book on the Arduino Mega2560, because there is much more practical advices in French on the Web than in these books.
    I don`t regret to have purchased these books, I`m just a little disappointed.

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