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Welcome to Arduino Tutorials

You are surrounded by dozens of them every day: they are embedded in timers, thermostats, toys, remote controls, microwave ovens, even some toothbrushes. They just do one specific task, and if you hardly notice them – which is often the case – it’s because they are doing it well. They have been programmed to sense and control activity using sensors and actuators.

ArduinoPlatform Tutorials helps makers, hobbyists, and engineers build electronics projects. Arduinoplatform is a free Arduino resource site for beginners. The main goal of this site is to provide tutorials, tricks, tips, reviews and other Arduino resources that allows Arduino programmers to improve their projects.

Latest Tutorials

Arduino Displays
In this Arduino Tutorial, you will learn how to create custom characters for a 16×2 LCD Display with Arduino. With the function createChar() it is possible to create and display custom characters on the LCD. createChar function, With the function createChar() it is possible to create and display custom characters…
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Arduino Tutorials Getting Started

Getting Started Tutorials

Before you can create projects you will need to install and know the basic elements of Arduino. These basic elements include the IDE software, the Arduino Uno Board and the use of a breadboard.

Arduino Tutorials Basics

Arduino Basics Tutorials

Whether you are a completely new Arduino user or an experienced user, you’ll still need to master the basics. The goal of these tutorials is to help you understand the basic coding components with some examples.

Arduino Serial Communcation

Serial communications provides an easy and flexible way for your Arduino board to interact with your computer and other devices. This chapter explains how to send and receive information using this capability.

Arduino Tutorials Digital / Analog

Arduino Digital Analog

Teaching you by example how digital and analog input works. The Digital / Analog input tutorials will combine lessons learned from the first three chapters. In addition, we will use a button and potentiometer to explain everything.

Arduino Visual Output

Visual output lets the Arduino show off, and toward that end, the Arduino supports a broad range of LED devices. This introduction will be a good starting point if you are not yet familiar with using digital and analog outputs (digitalWrite and analogWrite).


Arduino Sensors

Sensors are objects whose purpose is to detect events or changes in its environment, and then provide an output. Therefore, detailed information about various sensors is giving in these tutorials. Every week a new sensor tutorial will be published.