Introduction: Arduino Tutorials (part One - 16 Tutorial Pack)

This is Arduino Tutorial Pack Part 1.

The 2nd part is available here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Tutorials-...

The 3rd part is available here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Tutorials-...

Unlike other tutorials here I won't give any background in theory how it works. It is oriented to the result how to achieve it - to make measurements from lots of sensors and, in some cases, to accomplish various control or indications! Watch the videos and after that just adopt the code to your needs/project. Easy as that! All schematics available in video! Pin numbers in the schematics is what matters! In some cases connection pins of Arduino microcontroller and sensor are commented in Arduino code!

Without further introduction LET THE "GAMES" BEGIN!

The content of the tutorials looks like that (just press view all steps for easier navigation):

  1. Arduino and Ultrasonic Sensor HC-SR04, RB URF02
  2. Arduino and Photoresistor
  3. Arduino and Optical Sensor TCRT5000 Data Readings
  4. Arduino and Leap Motion
  5. Arduino and Temperature Sensor LM35 or TMP36 in Celsius and Fahrenheit
  6. Arduino and Humidity and Temperature Sensor DHT11 / DHT22
  7. Arduino and PIR Motion Sensor HC-SR501
  8. Arduino and Digital Barometric Pressure Sensor BMP085
  9. Arduino and Digital Magnetometer HMC5883L
  10. Arduino and Hall Effect Sensor 3144 OH12
  11. Arduino and Gas Sensor MQ-9B
  12. Arduino and Color Recognition Sensor TCS230 TCS3200
  13. Arduino and Accelerometer MMA7260
  14. Arduino and Touch Sensor
  15. Arduino and Thermistor
  16. Arduino and MicroSD Card Adapter

Step 1: Arduino Nano and Ultrasonic Sensor HC-SR04, RB URF02

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 2: Arduino and Photoresistor Data Readings

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 3: Arduino and Optical Sensor TCRT5000 Data Readings

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 4: Arduino and Leap Motion

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Download # Processing Code (*.pde file)

Step 5: Arduino and Temperature Sensor LM35 or TMP36 in Celsius and Fahrenheit

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 6: Arduino and Humidity and Temperature Sensor DHT11 / DHT22

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Download # DHT11 / DHT22 library (*.rar file)

Step 7: Arduino and PIR Motion Sensor HC-SR501

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 8: Arduino and Digital Barometric Pressure Sensor BMP085

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Download # BMP085 library (*.rar file)

Step 9: Arduino and Digital Magnetometer HMC5883L

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Download # HMC5883L library (*.rar file)

Step 10: Arduino and Hall Effect Sensor 3144 OH12

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 11: Arduino and Gas Sensor MQ-9B

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 12: Arduino and Color Recognition Sensor TCS230 TCS3200

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 13: Arduino and Accelerometer MMA7260

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 14: Arduino and Touch Sensor

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 15: Arduino and Thermistor

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Step 16: Arduino and MicroSD Card Adapter

Download # Arduino Code (*.ino file)

Comments

author
phoebus1966 (author)2015-06-22

You saved my life (Arduino <=>
GY-85). Remember that with Linux (Ubuntu) troubles occure when
copy-pasting libraries; '-library' has to be removed from the names and
'-' cannot be in names. Also each filename.ino has to be in a folder with
same as filename as name (obviously without the .ino extention). Extra
folder called libraries and moved your libraries folders of interest
(after removing '-library' from its name) into it. One had to be
adjusted with removing the extra '-'.

author
hypnotistas (author)phoebus19662015-06-23

Oh, actually I try to avoid "-" in names, but I missed it somehow. Talking about folders, in windows, when you open up *.ino file it automatically creates folder and *.ino file goes inside at once, so I skipped the folder part. I hope others don't have any problem with that.

author
casey010 (author)2015-03-27

Thats really awesome !!!

Thanks

author
hypnotistas (author)casey0102015-03-28

I'm glad you liked it!

About This Instructable

12,989views

154favorites

License:

Bio: You can find more of my work on Youtube Channel.
More by hypnotistas:User Interface for Augmented Reality using Unity3D and Vuforia (Incorporating Different Scenes)Augmented Reality Fusion Effects using MultiTarget Tracking (Unity3D, Vuforia)Augmented Reality and Kinect for Face Tracking
Add instructable to: