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                          Arduino Uno

Exploring Arduino

Companion Site for the Book by Jeremy Blum


The Arduino Uno is the flagship Arduino Hardware prototyping platform, and is the device that you will use the most throughout the Exploring Arduino book. The MCU on the Uno is the ATmega328 . The board 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-B connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. You can learn more about the specifications of the Arduino Uno here.

Buy the Arduino Uno from Newark, SparkFun, adafruit, or Amazon.


© 2017 Jeremy Blum, Blum Idea Labs, LLC.





Digital Content

Click the following links to access the digital content for each chapter of “Exploring Arduino.” You’ll find code downloads, instructional videos, parts lists, useful links, and more.

The book is broken up into four parts:

Part 1: Arduino Engineering Basics

Chapter 1: Getting Up and Blinking with the Arduino
Chapter 2: Digital Inputs, Outputs, and Pulse-Width Modulation
Chapter 3: Reading Analog Sensors

Part 2: Controlling your Environment

Chapter 4: Using Transistors and Driving Motors
Chapter 5: Making Sounds
Chapter 6: USB and Serial Communications
Chapter 7: Shift Registers

Part 3: Communication Interfaces

Chapter 8: The I²C Bus
Chapter 9: The SPI Bus
Chapter 10: Interfacing with Liquid Crystal Displays
Chapter 11: Wireless Communication with XBee Radios

Part 4: Advanced Topics and Projects

Chapter 12: Hardware and Timer Interrupts
Chapter 13: Datalogging with SD Cards
Chapter 14: Connecting your Arduino to the Internet

Appendices

Appendix A: Deciphering the ATMega Datasheet and Arduino Schematics



Parts

This is a comprehensive listing of every part mentioned or used in Exploring Arduino. Click on each part to learn more about it, find purchase links, and download relevant datasheets. Don’t forget, element14 sells convenient part kits that go along with the book!


© 2017 Jeremy Blum, Blum Idea Labs, LLC.




Resources

Getting Parts

Since the Arduino is a hardware platform, you’ll obviously need to get some parts to complete the exercises outlined in Exploring Arduino. To make this as easy as possible, I’ve partnered with Newark/element14 to assemble parts kits for the book. Visit element14.com/exploringarduino to buy all the parts you need at once, at a discounted rate! If you prefer to buy your parts elsewhere, I’ve listed several purchasing options on the pages for each part in the digital content and parts sections of this site.

Learning & Getting Help

The Arduino platform benefits from an active user community that makes it easy to get help from fellow experimenters  when you run into problems with your Arduino projects.  Consider utilizing some of the following resources if you run into a roadblock.

Reference Materials

Tutorials

Support Forums

Further Reading

Ready to take the next step?  When you feel like you’ve conquered the Arduino ecosystem, you might be ready to dive into some more complex electrical engineering and programming projects. I recommend checking out the following resources when you want to start learning new things.




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http://www.exploringarduino.com/parts/arduino-uno/






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