How to Make 4-in-1 Arduino Nano Development Board


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HI! I am Junez Riyaz, currently doing Bachelor of Technology in the field of Electronics and Comm...

In this instructable, you will learn how to make an Arduino Nano development board. The Arduino nano development board is having an on-board slots for ultrasonic sensor (HCSR-04), Accelerometer, DHT11 sensor and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).

This board having the 4- DIP switch, which is used to change the mode of the development board.

  1. Turning ON first switch displays the Text on LCD.
  2. Turning ON second switch displays the data from Accelerometer on LCD.
  3. Turning ON third switch displays the Temperature and Humidity data form DHT11 sensor on LCD.
  4. Turning ON fourth switch displays the Distance of Obstacle from Ultrasonic sensor on LCD.

I know, you are very eager to know how to make this, Lets gets started!

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Step 1: Components Required

Custom Designed PCB ( Download the gerber files attached )

Female Header Pins

4 way DIP switch.

10K Ohm Potentiometer

Arduino Nano

Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).

Optional Parts

Ultrasonic Sensor (HCSR 04)

DHT11

Accelerometer Sensor

Tools

Soldering Iron

Step 2: Watch Video First !

Watch this video, you will very clear and easy to make this.

Step 3: Procedure

It is very easy to make, just follow these few steps.

1. Place all small components on the PCB and solder them.

2. Place female header pins in their respective positions.

3. Solder all pins.

4. Insert all components in their respective slots.

5. Upload the code to Arduino Nano. (Download the code attached)

Step 4: Hurray! You Made It .

That's all. You made it.

If you have any queries, please comment below.

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    oKeeg

    9 months ago

    I have that same universal screwdriver. Works like a charm.

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    fstedie

    10 months ago

    I think adding two "generic" ports (one analog, one digital) so you can plug in any kind of sensor would be the next logical step...

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