The Arduino open source platform is based on easy to use hardware and software and it's intended for artists, hobbyists and everyone who wants to design a creative electronics project.
It uses ATMEGA328P microcontroller and USB serial converter CH340.
USB Cable is included.
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This board can be used in wide range of electronics projects. With the use of sensors and ethernet or bluetooth shields, you can create an innovative fixtures for your home automation.
The difference from the original Arduino UNO is this board uses an ATMEGA328P microcontroller and the integrated circuit is programmed via CH340 chip.
Do not forget to install the driver (attached at the bottom) for chip CH340 before use.
To use the board for other sample applications: Download Arduino IDE.
The difference from the original Arduino Uno board is the package in which the ATmega328p microcontroller is located and the fact that it is programmed using the CH340 integrated circuit.
Instructions for use:
1. Install the Arduino IDE development environment.
Arduino IDE is available for free on the official website and can be downloaded by accessing this link. This program is compatible with most development systems (Linux, Mac OS X and Windows).
For Windows or Mac OS X you need to install the CH340 CIP driver. If you are using Linux, you do not need to install this driver because it is included in the operating system.
2. Configure the development environment to be used with the development board.
Open the "TOOLS" tab and select the "Arduino / Genuino Uno" development board.
3. Create the code.
After installing the Arduino IDE, you can write the first program for the development board. The programming language used is C ++ (slightly modified).
The code is based on two main functions:
Void setup () function: This runs only once when the development board is turned on. This function is usually used to initialize pins (such as INPUT or OUTPUT) or to start serial communication ("Serial.begin");
"Void loop ()" function: It runs indefinitely until the board is turned off. This feature is usually useful for reading data measured by various sensors attached to the development board, or for updating data on an LCD screen.
After writing the program or opening one in File -> Examples, press the "Check" button or CTRL + R shortcut to compile the code. If the code is free of syntax errors, the text "Compilation Complete" should appear at the bottom.
4. Connect the development board and upload the code.
Connect the board to the computer with a USB cable. After connecting the board, open the "TOOLS" tab and select the port to which the device is connected.
Press the "Upload" button or CTRL + U shortcut to upload the code to the development board. After writing the code to the memory card, you will receive a confirmation message that no problems have occurred. Otherwise, the upload is stopped and details of the issues will be displayed.
5. Attach the sensors.
The board is compatible with Arduino Uno, so any sensor for Arduino Uno can be used with this product.
CAREFUL!!! Be careful not to connect components that consume too much power as you may damage the board. Also, observe the polarity of the sensors so as not to destroy them.
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