Have you ever wanted to create your own project using Arduino but without the Uno board? Arduino Barebone: this is all about taking the AT Mega 328 microcontroller (Arduino Uno brain) and creating a functional Arduino-like circuit.
In this 2 hour packed with information you will learn:
• How to assemble a barebone circuit using a breadboard (like the one in the picture)
• Loading the bootloader into the microcontroller chip
• Understand the difference between SPI and UART interfaces (when to use each when interfacing with Microcontrollers to load your sketch)
• Load sketches to your board
• Powering alternatives to your barebone circuit
• Debug the circuit and common troubleshooting scenarios Please bring your laptop: you won't be able to attend this class without it...
We'll have kits for use during the class. [IMPORTANT] Pre-requisites
1. Arduino 101 workshop (Arduino IDE installation and usage, loading sketches to board, serial monitoring and basic coding) or equivalent knowledge.
2. Computer setup - All you need is Arduino IDE. If you still don't have it or you don't know what Arduino IDE is, this workshop is not for you - yet!
Max class size of 4.
Donations: Accepted - certainly not necessary.
SnoCo Makers organization is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.
Email Usinfo at snocomakers.org
Address:11604 Airport Rd Suit D200 Everett, WA 98204