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Analog Input Pins

11:24 PM Posted by Gopal Kildoliya No comments
The Atmega controllers used for the Arduino contain an onboard 6 channel analog-to-digital (A/D) converter with 10 bit resolution (0-1023). The main function of the analog pins is to read analog sensors, but analog pins also have all the functions of digital pins (pin 0 to pin 13).

Digital Pins of Arduino

7:09 AM Posted by Gopal Kildoliya No comments
The digital pins on the Arduino can be configured as either inputs or outputs. These pins works on HIGH(5V) and LOW(0V) states but some of them also works as PWM pins (We will talk about PWM in upcoming posts). There are 20K pullup resistors built into the Atmega chip that can be accessed from software. We will discuss

Blink an LED with Arduino UNO

12:08 AM Posted by Gopal Kildoliya No comments
Blinking of an LED is continuously changing the state of led that's mean to On and Off. Since the Arduino has its pins high at 5V and low at OV so it easily can drive an LED. Lets start with the circuit. Here is the systematic of the circuit made on  Proteus ISIS.

I have connected the LED to pin 13 and a resistor of about 220 Ohm is connected in series with led and the connected that to ground.

Getting Started Programming with Arduino IDE Software

11:19 PM Posted by Gopal Kildoliya No comments
Arduino IDE is the software to program the Arduino board. First you have to download the software from arduino website. You can simply download it from here. Choose your suitable version. Now you have to install this software in your computer or laptop. 
Programming with Arduino IDE
The basic sketch of Arduino IDE is looks like this. 

The sketch has two main parts:-

Arduino Uno

11:16 AM Posted by Gopal Kildoliya No comments


The Arduino Uno is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz ceramic resonator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support
the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started.

Welcome

9:24 AM Posted by Gopal Kildoliya No comments
Hii Friends...
I am going to start a blog on blogger. In this blog I will provide my work, projects, tutorials etc related to Arduino, Electronics, Robotics etc. I will do my best so that all of you can easily learn that all. So please stay connected with me and provide your feedback and suggestions.
Thank you