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Switch Statement used with serial input using Arduino

An if statement allows you to choose between two discrete options, TRUE or FALSE. When there are more than two options, you can use multiple if statements, or you can use the switch statement. Switch allows you to choose between several discrete options. This tutorial shows you how to use switch to turn on one of several …

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Arduino Switch Statement used with sensor input

An if statement allows you to choose between two discrete options, TRUE or FALSE. When there are more than two options, you can use multiple if statements, or you can use the switch statement. Switch allows you to choose between several discrete options. This tutorial shows you how to use it to switch between four desired states …

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Calibrating sensor input using Arduino

This example demonstrates one techinque for calibrating sensor input. The Arduino takes sensor readings for five seconds during the startup, and tracks the highest and lowest values it gets. These sensor readings during the first five seconds of the sketch execution define the minimum and maximum of expected values for the readings taken during the …

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Digital Input With a Pushbutton With Arduino in Tinkercad

Let’s learn how to read a pushbutton using Arduino’s digital input! We’ll connect up a simple circuit using a solderless breadboard and use some simple Arduino code to control a single LED. So far you’ve learned to control LEDs with code, which is one use for Arduino’s outputs. This lesson builds on outputs by adding an …

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USB FOR INTEL’S MX10 AND SPIDERSOM MODULES

MX10 and SpiderSoM modules are outfitted with a USB device interface, applied with PIC16F1454 microcontroller (MCU). On the SoM side the MCU is connected to three interfaces: serial (if the other side is applied inside the FPGA), an I2C bus (connected to the module PMIC, charge controller, RTC and FPGA), and FPGA JTAG programming interface. The 70mm x 35mm modules support Linux Operating System, but currently, …

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NEW SIGLENT SDS2000X-E SERIES OSCILLOSCOPES

SIGLENT’s new SDS2000X-E Series Super Phosphor Oscilloscopes are available in two bandwidths; 200 MHz and 350 MHz. They each have a maximum sampling rate of 2 GSa/s and a standard record length of 28 Mpts. The most commonly used functions can be accessed with its user-friendly one-button design. The SDS2000X-E series employs a new generation of SPO technology. With its excellent signal fidelity, …

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Input Pullup Serial using Arduino

This example demonstrates the use of INPUT_PULLUP with pinMode(). It monitors the state of a switch by establishingserial communication between your Arduino and your computer over USB. Additionally, when the input is HIGH, the onboard LED attached to pin 13 will turn on; when LOW, the LED will turn off. Circuit image developed using Fritzing. For more …

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Data-rich 3.5mm jack vies with USB-C for headsets

The 3.5mm phone jack is a well-established standard in the audio industry and continues to get strong support from users in the market. Originally invented in the 19th century for telephone switch boards, it made its way into mobile phones, tablets, and personal computers to connect audio and communication headsets for phone calls or simply …

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