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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    6 Discussions

    Brilliant! Are you planning to share PCB design?

    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

    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

    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 .

    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

    6 months ago

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