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  1. Scrolling LED (Practical 6)

    Scrolling LED This project will blink 6 LEDs, one at a time, in a back and forth formation. This type of circuit was made famous by the show Knight Rider which featured a car with looping LEDs. Parts Needed (1) Arduino Uno (1) USB A-to-B Cable (1) Breadboard – Half Size (6) LED 5mm (6) 220 Ω Resistor (7) Jumper Wires Project Diagram Project Code Connect the Arduino board to your computer using the USB cable. Open project code – Circuit_06_Scrolling Select the board and serial port as outlined in earlier section. Click upload button to send sketch to the Arduino.
  2. Fade an LED (Practical 5)

    Fade an LED By using a PWM pin on the Arduino, you will be able to increase and decrease the intensity of brightness of an LED. Parts Needed (1) Arduino Uno (1) USB A-to-B Cable (1) Breadboard – Half Size (1) LED 5mm (1) 220 Ω Resistor (2) Jumper Wires Project Diagram Click Image To Enlarge Project Code Connect the Arduino board to your computer using the USB cable. Open project code – Circuit_05_Fade Select the board and serial port as outlined in earlier section. Click upload button to send sketch to the Arduino.
  3. Potentiometer (practical 4)

    Potentiometer Using a potentiometer, you will be able to control the resistance of an LED. Turning the knob will increase and decrease the frequency the LED blinks. Parts Needed (1) Arduino Uno (1) USB A-to-B Cable (1) Breadboard – Half Size (1) LED 5mm (1) 220 Ω Resistor (1) Potentiometer (10k Trimpot) (6) Jumper Wires Project Diagram Project Code Connect the Arduino board to your computer using the USB cable. Open project code – Circuit_04_Potentiometer Select the board and serial port as outlined in earlier section. Click upload button to send sketch to the Arduino.
  4. Push Button (practical 3)

    Push Button Using a push button switch, you will be able to turn on and off an LED. Parts Needed (1) Arduino Uno (1) USB A-to-B Cable (1) Breadboard – Half Size (1) LED 5mm (1) 220 Ω Resistor (1) 10K Ω Resistor (1) Push Button Switch (6) Jumper Wires Project Diagram Click Image To Enlarge Project Code Connect the Arduino board to your computer using the USB cable. Open project code – Circuit_03_Pushbutton Select the board and serial port as outlined in earlier section. Click upload button to send sketch to the Arduino.
  5. Push Button (practical 3)

    Push Button Using a push button switch, you will be able to turn on and off an LED. Parts Needed (1) Arduino Uno (1) USB A-to-B Cable (1) Breadboard – Half Size (1) LED 5mm (1) 220 Ω Resistor (1) 10K Ω Resistor (1) Push Button Switch (6) Jumper Wires Project Diagram Click Image To Enlarge Project Code Connect the Arduino board to your computer using the USB cable. Open project code – Circuit_03_Pushbutton Select the board and serial port as outlined in earlier section. Click upload button to send sketch to the Arduino.
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