Arduino Uno 101
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Arduino Uno 101

Learn to program Arduino by interfacing various sensors (Analog & Digital both) and actuators to build awesome projects
4.6 (10 ratings)
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77 students enrolled
Created by Vaibhav Jain
Last updated 6/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 13 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Program Arduino board confidently
  • Develop electronic prototypes themselves
  • Interface various sensors and passive electronic components with Microcontrollers
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Requirements
  • No prior knowledge is expected. Some familiarity with programming concepts is helpful but not necessary.
  • An Arduino Uno board, a Multimeter and basic electronic components are required to make the projects
Description

The word Micro-controller carries an infamy as it is perceived to be hard to learn from a laymen's perspective. Even computer science engineers are easily distracted by the placid architecture and terse jargon of micro-controllers. 

That's exactly why Arduino platform took the world of engineers, enthusiasts, hobbyists, artists, and students by storm. It's easy to program, cheaply available and is supported by one of the largest community on internet. 

In this course, I'll be teaching you how to interface various sensors, read various inputs (Analog and digital both), generate outputs (Analog and Digital both), trigger the actuators and troubleshoot your micro-controller. The board of choice for this course is Arduino Uno but the concepts are same for any Arduino board. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Internet of things enthusiasts
  • Anyone interested in learning how to develop electronic prototypes
  • Budding entrepreneurs
  • School students preparing for international competitions and interested in learning how to make things
  • Young engineering students
  • Professional plant engineers
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Curriculum For This Course
37 Lectures
03:32:52
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Welcome to the course
1 Lecture 02:00
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Get to know your Arduino
3 Lectures 32:49
Overview of Arduino Uno Board
05:14

Arduino IDE Familiarization
12:16


Overview of Arduino UNO board
5 questions
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LED Projects
5 Lectures 21:48
Project-1 ; Glow your first LED - Part-1
03:01

Project -1; Glow your first LED - Part-2
04:42

Project-1; Lets make a simple LED pattern - Part-1
01:41

Project-1; Lets make a simple LED pattern - Part-2
07:51

Project-1; Lets make a simple LED pattern - Part-3
04:33

LED Blinking
4 questions
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Adding a push button to the LED
2 Lectures 11:39

Project -2; LED + Push button - Part-2
09:09
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Interfacing Sensors - LDR
2 Lectures 14:34
Project -3; Interfacing a LDR sensor - Part-1
03:24

Project -3; Interfacing a LDR sensor - Part-2
11:10

LDR
5 questions
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Make a Fire Alarm
3 Lectures 31:59
Project -4; Fire Alarm -Part-1
04:02

Project -4; Fire Alarm -Part-2
20:16

Project -4; Fire Alarm -Part-3
07:41

Fire Alarm
3 questions
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Color Mixing with RGB LED
3 Lectures 13:15
Project -5; RGB LED - Part-1
02:34

Project -5; RGB LED - Part-2
09:36

Project -5; RGB LED - Part-3
01:05

RGB Led
4 questions
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Working with the motors - Servo motor
4 Lectures 19:30
Project -6; Working with the servo motor - Part-1
04:13

Project -6; Working with the servo motor - Part-2
10:05

Project -6; Working with the servo motor - Part-3
01:58


Servo motor
6 questions
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Working with the motors - DC Motor
3 Lectures 15:54
Project -7; Working with the DC motor - Part-1
06:10

Project -7; Working with the DC motor - Part-2
05:17

Project -7; Working with the DC motor - Part-3
04:27

DC motor
5 questions
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Connecting Screens to the Arduino Uno board
3 Lectures 17:17
Project -8; LCD Interfacing - Part-1
08:17

Project -8; LCD Interfacing - Part-2
06:44

Project -8; LCD Interfacing - Part-3
02:16

LCD
3 questions
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About the Instructor
Vaibhav Jain
4.6 Average rating
10 Reviews
77 Students
1 Course
Founder & Products Developer at Robodia Technology

I have worked as an automation engineer for 5 years 2007-2012 at Reliance Energy, one of India's largest private sector utility company. After that I acquired a MS degree in management from Johns Hopkins University where I was a dean's scholar. I worked as a senior strategy analyst for one year at NiSource Inc, a fortune 500 Utility firm based in Indiana, USA. I have been independently consulting on Big Data analytics and IoT projects to numerous clients across the globe since 2014 and have founded an IoT start up based in Bhopal named Robodia Technology Solutions Pvt. Ltd along with 3 other partners. 

About Robodia Technology

Robodia Technology Solutions helps clients realize their vision and idea to real life! With expertise in embedded systems, IoT, Mobility, Big data, Cloud and Analytics we build products and solutions for companies in the Consumer Electronics, Smart Homes, Intelligent Buildings, Smart Cities Manufacturing, Defense and Agriculture verticals. Our deep domain expertise along with our hardware and software development capabilities helps our clients develop differentiated products while accelerating time-to-market and reducing overall product development expenses. In addition to product development we also develop quality training modules for anyone to learn technology.