Arduino Multimeter and Components Tester

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Introduction: Arduino Multimeter and Components Tester

Hello, this is a mine multyfunctional Arduino device. It can be used to test sensors that are connected to analog pins, to measure resistance, to measure the voltage drop of the diode. It can measure ambient temperature, it has built in continuity test, pwm generator and much more.

Check this video to see demonstration of device:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLqpHX6p64M

Step 1: Parts Needed

You will need:

  1. Arduino nano
  2. oled screen 128x32 or 128x64 . Displan need to be I2C
  3. pcb
  4. 2k resistor
  5. some female headers
  6. buzzer

Step 2: Connecting Parts

Check the image in this step and connect your parts.

Step 3: Libraries

You will need download andinstall Adafruit library for oled.

Download it here

https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_SSD1306

Step 4: Programing Arduino Nano

download this code and upload it to arduino using Arduino IDE.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=17m1Aa25yabMm0vYPMDHd-HLTi-rmJ8ne

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3 People Made This Project!

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17 Comments

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RemyNZ
RemyNZ

8 months ago on Introduction

Does anyone have this running correctly ? Since the info page is down ! I have wired as per the original version but using the newer sketch - I need the new wiring diagram ! my 128x64 display is not displaying correctly (except for Analog read screen) the rest is stretched or missing half ! where do the mystery 10K and 100K resistors go? and seems only the middle button is working out of 3 ! They are connected to D2,D3,D4 or have they been moved in newer version ?

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Lacybad
Lacybad

4 years ago

multifunctionArduino:179: error: 'sensors' was not declared in this scope

multifunctionArduino:185: error: 'pritisnuto' was not declared in this scope

C:\Users\Mártika\Desktop\multifunctionArduino\multifunctionArduino.ino: In function 'void loop()':

multifunctionArduino:213: error: 'readVcc' was not declared in this scope

multifunctionArduino:260: error: 'readVcc' was not declared in this scope

multifunctionArduino:298: error: 'readVcc' was not declared in this scope

multifunctionArduino:324: error: 'readVcc' was not declared in this scope

multifunctionArduino:352: error: 'readVcc' was not declared in this scope

multifunctionArduino:404: error: 'readVcc' was not declared in this scope

exit status 1

'sensors' was not declared in this scope

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RemyNZ
RemyNZ

Reply 8 months ago

Hey - Probably too late but I just made this and I am having the same compile errors - How did you manage to fix this ?

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Lacybad
Lacybad

Reply 8 months ago

Copy the sketch to a new tab without saving and then compile(worked for me).It was written in and old arduino version thats why.

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boylawin
boylawin

2 years ago

Can someone can share some info how to make it work as same as in the video in the code given? Such as RTC and Temperature sensor. It's worth it to know about this. Thanks.

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darrenbassett
darrenbassett

Question 3 years ago

Is this a dead project now? Is it no longer supported by the author?

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PutuS1
PutuS1

Question 3 years ago

klo pakek 16x2 i2c

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RohitM89
RohitM89

3 years ago

Could u please help me reach the site for brief description regarding the multidruino project.

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lamnguyenbichchuyen
lamnguyenbichchuyen

3 years ago

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dilhafahlevy
dilhafahlevy

3 years ago

woww..amazing, thankz brother

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marsekal
marsekal

Tip 4 years ago

Good job

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tytkanabis
tytkanabis

Question 4 years ago on Step 4

Brilliant! Are you planning to share PCB design? thank you

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anthonyjclarke
anthonyjclarke

4 years ago

Brilliant! Are you planning to share PCB design?

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MichaA2
MichaA2

5 years ago

great idea , top

the Code in Step 4 have an error , at youtube have i find the right code.

The link befor Step 1.

sotty for my english , i hope understand this

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Victorlinus
Victorlinus

5 years ago

pls these is not an instructibles and is not opensource why create excitment for young folks who want to learn stuff pls provide indepth steps if you think you wanna help .

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andreavalle
andreavalle

5 years ago

I agree with tutdude98. Great idea but limited information provided. For example there's no temperature sensor in the instructions but it shows up in the video.

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Cekpi7
Cekpi7

5 years ago

Great idea, but you should really add more steps and details, this idea is really worth it to explain it a bit more