Arduino Tutorial : Arduino Ohmmeter || How to Make Arduino Ohm Meter

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Arduino Tutorial: Arduino Ohmmeter

In this video, I'm building a very simple, but quite accurate Arduino ohmmeter. I'll show you how to use your Arduino Uno as an ohmmeter/voltmeter. This is a very useful project that can tell you the resistance values of your resistors without relying on the color bands.

This project requires only a few components: an Arduino, a breadboard, 3 jumper wires and a few resistors.

It is based on a voltage divider.

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