Category Archives for Arduino Tips

How to Connect, Set Up & Control a Joystick with Arduino

When most individuals hear about Joystick, they think about game controllers. When it comes to electronics, there are several useful applications of a joystick. In most cases, joysticks are used along with Arduino for DIY projects as well as robotic applications.  Furthermore, it offers an analog output, which allows it to be used in feeding […]

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How to Connect a Raspberry Pi with Arduino?

Sometimes you might want to connect a Raspberry Pi with an Arduino. Despite being two different products, Arduino and Raspberry Pi, both cater to eager makers and hackers. What if you connect a Raspberry Pi with an Arduino and then use it like a slave device that reacts to input and sends an output to […]

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How to Connect a Motor Driver To an Arduino Uno?

Connecting the motor driver to an Arduino Uno is relatively easy. To understand the whole process much better, we shall be using L298 bridge IC to connect to an Arduino Uno, allowing you to control your DC motor. Usually, DC motor or direct current motor is considered as the most commonly used type of motor. […]

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What is an Arduino Uno R3 Board?

Arduino board is a single board microcontroller as well as it is open-source hardware that works on IDE (integrated development environment). On the other hand, the Arduino Uno is by far the most used as well as a documented board across all Arduino models.  As a novice, you might be facing some difficulties when it […]

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What is Arduino and Why is it Used?

As a newbie, you might be wondering what Arduino is and why it is used. Well, in this article, we shall help you answer that question. Arduino is an open-source platform which is used in creating various electronic projects.  This open-source platform is made up of microcontroller or physical programmable circuit board and software commonly […]

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How to Interface a Servo Motor with Arduino?

Servo motor is an electric device that is used for precise angular rotation control. This motor is often used in projects that need precise control over motion, such as when controlling a robot arm. Usually, the servo motor’s rotation angle is often controlled by applying the MWN signal. When you vary the width of a […]

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How to Connect a PIR Sensor to an Arduino Uno

Ever wanted to come up with a project that will detect when an individual is in your room? You can achieve this with utmost ease while using PIR (passive infrared) motion sensor and come up with projects like a burglar alarm as well as automated appliances. In this article, we shall be discussing how to […]

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How to Run a Motor Using Arduino?

A DC motor in an Arduino kit is by far the most basic of electric motors, and it is often used in several types of DIY projects. Whenever you pass current through the motor, it spins continuously in a single direction until you stop the current. However, you can swap two wires over in order […]

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How to Program an Arduino Nano Using an Arduino Uno

The Arduino Nano has been designed to offer a cost-effective and practical solution to all DIY projects, which requires a robust and small board that is fully compatible with Arduino Nano pinout and form factor. On the other hand, Arduino Uno is an open-source microcontroller board that utilizes the ATmega328P microcontroller. Both Nano and Uno […]

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How to Make an LED Light Up using Arduino?

The rise of LED lights has become popular and easy to control using Arduino. They are inexpensive to develop and use slightly less power compared with other lighting selections.  We’ll cover how to make the most common LED using the Arduino. It’s a simple interactive project, especially if you are new to Arduino programming or […]

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