Learn Arduino from Scratch (Step by Step)
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Learn Arduino from Scratch (Step by Step)

Learning by Doing
4.3 (5 ratings)
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37 students enrolled
Created by Indira Samanta
Last updated 5/2018
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This course includes
  • 7.5 hours on-demand video
  • 4 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn details about Arduino, IDE, Arduino programming, projects etc.
  • Program the Arduino prototyping platform.
  • Learn how to interface LEDs, Switches, Buzzer, LCD, Seven Segment Display, Wireless Devices, LDR, Object Detector, Sound Detector, Ultrasonic, Temperature sensor, Flame sensor and many more.
  • Learn how to interface actuators (Servo, DC, and stepper motors).
  • Real World Project based learning with Arduino.
Requirements
  • No prior knowledge about Arduino is required.
  • Need a Computer/Laptop (Windows/Linux/Mac) for better understanding.
  • Visit Arduino website to buy Arduino Advance Learning kits or you can buy from other online/offline stores.
Description

Welcome to the course of Arduino.

I with one of my project group members, Amresh Singh, Mr. Udit Narayan Bera, and Deepesh Panjwani have tried our best to present this course with maximum information. He has nicely delivered the lecture series . Through this lecture series he will be guiding you how to interface some of the most important everyday used devices with Arduino UNO. Such devices are LEDs, Buzzer, Servo Motors, LDR, Switches, LCDs, Seven Segment Display, Object Detector, Sound Detector etc. He will also show you  wireless connectivity with Arduino such as Bluetooth Device

This Course includes briefs about basic components like Breadboards, Resistors, Wires so that beginners wouldn't face any difficulty. He will be providing you proper theoretical knowledge of each and every device so that programming will be more meaningful and logical. Outcomes of every code will be demonstrated by using hardware. This will be very useful for understanding Arduino from both theoretical and practical aspects. Each and every important point is explained and simulated so that students can perform all the experiment by themselves at home. 

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone wish to learn Arduino can join.
  • From 8th standard school students to retired science teacher, everyone can learn Arduino from this series.
Course content
Expand all 66 lectures 07:33:27
+ Theoretical Background
11 lectures 01:12:58
Different Arduino Boards
04:05
Details of Arduino Uno Board
14:33
Bread Board Layout
11:30
Wires
02:26
Resistance
04:46
LED and Switches
07:11
Buzzer,LCD,7 Segment Display, Potentiometer, 7 SSD matrix
05:03
Sensors theory and short review on all sensors
09:52
Motors
04:54
Other devices
06:23
Power Ports
02:15
+ Installation Process
3 lectures 13:04
How to install Arduino Software
01:49
Software Environment
05:43
Library Setup
05:32
+ LED
3 lectures 23:09
Glow LED
09:23
LED Blinking
05:16
LED Sequence
08:30
+ Buzzer
3 lectures 17:33
Interfacing Buzzer
07:05
Beeping Buzzer at different frequency
03:03
Buzzer and LED together
07:25
+ Servo motors
4 lectures 34:11
Theoretical background
09:59
Servo Position 0 to 180
10:22
Precise Servo Position Control
06:11
Servo and LED together
07:39
+ Object and Sound Detector
3 lectures 17:31
Theoretical Background
04:42
Code and Hardware Interfacing
07:55
Sound Detector
04:54
+ Fire Sensor
3 lectures 18:52
Theoretical background
06:45
Code and Hardware Interfacing
08:16
Interfacing Fire Sensor Module
03:51
+ LDR
3 lectures 11:32
Theoretical Background
04:11
Circuit Schematic
02:06
Circuit, Program and Output
05:15