Arduino Microcontroller Programming Courses/Classes
The Arduino is an open-source computer hardware/software platform for building digital devices and interactive objects that can sense and control the physical world around them. In this course, you will learn how the Arduino platform works in terms of the physical board and libraries and the IDE (integrated development environment). The course will also cover programming the Arduino using C code and accessing the pins on the board via the software to control external devices.
CLASSES, WE OFFER
Resource Person: Team Thingerbits
Venue: Colombo 04, Homagama, Panadura
Course fee: 25000/= (with lunch & refreshments) Free Arduino Starter Kit
All Arduino programming training students will receive an Arduino kit with support electronics (which can be kept by the student at the conclusion of class) and an Arduino learning book.
In Arduino.lk’s Introduction to Arduino Programming training, students learn the basics of electronics, sensor input, LEDs, and basic electro-mechanical control using the incredibly popular Arduino microprocessor platform.
In this course, we will introduce you to the basics of programmable electronics using Arduino. We will start off with simple concepts around designing and creating light sculptures with LEDs that blink to create a variety of patterns and sequences. The course will expand this project to show you how to dim and fade LEDs using a technique called Pulse Width Modulation (PWM). This same technique will be used to mix colors of a tri-color LED to re-create any color in the rainbow and produce your very own disco light show!
Throughout this course, we will introduce the basics of programming in Arduino, introducing a handful of useful constructs in C \ C++ programming.
All students will:
- Learn the basics of electronics, including reading schematics (electronics diagrams)
- Learn how to prototype circuits with a breadboard
- Learn the Arduino programming language and IDE
- Program basic Arduino examples
- Prototype circuits and connect them to the Arduino
- Program the Arduino microcontroller to make the circuits work
- Connect the Arduino microcontroller to a serial terminal to understand communication and stand-alone use
- Explore the provided example code and online resources for extending knowledge about the capabilities of the Arduino microcontroller