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Arduino Sources

Arduino PROJECT HOME

Adafruit Tutorials by Simon Monk: Learn Arduino!

Adafruit Industries is an open-source hardware company based in New York City. It was founded by Limor Fried in 2005. The company designs, manufactures and sells a number of electronics products, electronics components, tools and accessories. It also produces a number of learning resources, including live and recorded videos related to electronics, technology, and programming. Wikipedia

Other important sources

Mixed Tutorials, Books

  1. Arduino examples from the official Arduino project home.
  2. List of Manuals and Curricula from the Arduino Playground
  3. :!: Arduino Programming Notebook by Brian W. Evans
    I especially like the illuminating examples in the appendix how to link hard- and software.
  4. :!: Arduino Workshop by Geert Langereis, (pdf, pres.), TU Eindhoven
  5. :!: Introduction to Arduino - A piece of cake! by Alan G. Smith, (pdf, book) Princeton University
  6. Introduction to Arduino Part 1 by creativeC0d3r (web)
  7. Microcontroller Programming Beginning with Arduino by Charlie Mooney, (pdf, pres.),
    Univ. of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (UIUC)

Interesting Boards and MCU

Libraries

Some Libraries particularly interesting for the course:

Video Tutorials by MaxTech (in German)

Video Tutorials by Fritzing.org

Special Topics

Arduino Timer Interrupts

Putting Arduino to Sleep Mode

Data Sheets

LM35 Temperature Sensor

LDR A 9060-09

LED

Arduino UNO pinout

Breadboards

Possibly two types of breadboards:

Type 1: Continuous connection of long rows:

www.pjrc.com_teensy_td_tutorial_02a.jpg

Type 2: Long rows are seperated:

Resistor Color Code

ArduinoScope

Logic Levels


Fig.: Logic levels, image from sparkfun learn (https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/logic-levels).

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