Arduino basic series - original tiles

From exploring electronics and programming for beginners to prototyping a complex application nature hobbystycznym and professional – one of the target answer to this question is the Arduino. This is a simple to use platform with open source on a very broad capabilities in technical support from the manufacturer and a wide user community with different levels of training. Original Arduino modules offered through our store are made of high quality components and provides a quick project to build and expand its capabilities in accordance with Your imagination.


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What is Arduino?

Arduino is a platform for embedded systems that was created in Ivrea Interaction Design Institute in Italy as a simple to use tool for fast prototyping. It was created with the idea of students of technical specialties, who don't have much experience with electronics and programming. Since market launch in 2005, the Arduino started to become more and more user groups, which have become the main driving force in the development of this platform, leading to the development of future generation, along with their capabilities of hardware and software. Thanks to the plates Arduino you can create, in particular, the common drivers for IoT applications (Internet of Things – IOT), 3D printer, and various control systems in a broad sense embedded systems.

What can the Arduino?

Each tile Arduino-based simple-to-use hardware and software. Bus interface GPIO opportunity to work with input devices such as sensors, measuring devices, buttons and potentiometers that are programmed through a microcontroller to send signals to the sound output device, for example, to start the engine, illuminate LEDs, or control IoT applications. Writing a set of instructions (program) and loading it into the memory of the microcontroller on the Arduino Board, you can implement the necessary actions that must be performed by the tile to communicate with peripheral devices. The syntax of the programming language for Arduino is based mainly on C and C++ languages and environment Wiring. The manufacturer provides a special program of Arduino IDE, along with sample programs. For many years the Arduino was the center of control for thousands of projects, from applications having application in the home, to complex equipment for measuring purposes, scientific and pedagogical. Community created for users of Arduino includes, in particular, students, hobbyists, artists, electronics, programmers, scientists and people of other professions coming from all over the World. It makes it easy to get help in the draft, and you can help other users of the Arduino platform for embedded systems of small size and great possibilities!

Why choose Arduino?

With simple and user-friendly interface Arduino willingly used in thousands of projects, electronic. To connect the Arduino to the computer is USB cable. The software for Arduino is easy to use for beginners and very flexible for persons advanced in embedded systems. Compatible with operating systems macOS, Windows and Linux. Teachers and students use the Arduino to make simple electronic measuring devices for visualisation of physical phenomena and chemical reactions, serving well as a tool for introducing the basics of programming embedded systems and robot building. As designers and architects, based on Arduino, build prototypes of interactive devices and smart buildings, while musicians and artists create electronic musical instruments and sound effects. Arduino is a key tool when learning new things. Despite age, position, area of interest and level of skill, with the help of this platform you can in an easy way to start tinkering with the user, showing the connection of devices to the Arduino and program it in visual form, step by step. Their ideas you can share with others, creating the Arduino community.