In 2010, I got myself an Arduino Duemilanove, here is the link to my post https://nhymbe.net/arduino/. I got interested in learning about it and wanted to see what can I build with it. I know I have a decent knowledge of how to code in C/C++ and a decent knowledge of electronics which I think would be enough to start learning Arduino. Unfortunately, life got busy, so I never had the opportunity to delve deeper into my Arduino projects.
Fast forward to 2023, while cleaning and inspecting my belongings, I stumbled upon the Arduino and its accessories I purchased 13 years ago. It reminded me of my initial enthusiasm and curiosity about exploring its potential. When my children saw it, they were curious and asked what it was. I explained that it was a device I wanted to try out long ago, but life got busy, and I never had the chance to explore it fully. Now, seeing their interest, I’m considering giving it another shot and involving them in discovering its possibilities together.
Join me as I start to re-learn Arduino. I will document this learning journey for you to follow our progress. Feel free to reach out if you have any suggestions or questions, or need assistance.
- 2 of Many – Arduino and the Piezo Buzzer
- 3 of Many – Arduino and the LED
- 4 of Many – Arduino and the 16 x 2 LCD Display
- 5 of Many – Arduino and the Digital Temperature and Humidity Sensor Module
- 6 of Many – Arduino and the SD Cards
- 7 of Many – Arduino and the RTC (Real Time Clock)
List of Material
Here is the list of materials I have and will use if you want to follow along. I don’t have any affiliation with any of the sellers I link to on the list.
- Arduino Duemilanove
The previous version of Arduino has been discontinued.
- Arduino Uno R3
- I2C 1602 LCD Display Module 16 x 2
- L298N Motor Drive Controller Board
- HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor Module
- DHT22 Digital Temperature and Humidity Sensor Module
- SFE Jumper Wires (get more black and red)
- DC Electric TT Motors (at least 4)
- HS-322HD Standard Heavy-Duty Servo
- 8-Ohm Mini Speaker
- Piezo Buzzer
- 9V Battery Clip/Connector with 2.1 x 5.5 mm Male DC Connector T-Type
- 1K Ohm
- 220 Ohm
Here is my list of references.
Here is a list of YouTube video tutorials that I recommend for learners like me.