Starting With ARDUINO

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Introduction: Starting With ARDUINO

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Audiovisual introduction to the first basic knowledge of arduino. This video includes the first hardware and code programming. For this example, we will control an LCD 1602A with Arduino NANO.

Step 1: DIY Setup LCD 1602 + Arduino NANO

In this video the whole initial basic process to learn how:

- Component connection on BREADBOARD

- First setup for ARDUINO IDE

- How to use IDE Arduino Library Examples

- How to EDIT SKETCH code.

Step 2: Wiring Diagram

Here, you will find the same circuit shown on this video. Besides, wiring and sketch used can also be applied to all Arduino Series Board.

Have Fun ;)

Step 3: Original ARDUINO Sketch Taken From Example LCD "Hello World"

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