EEE313: Arduino Part 6 - Outputs
Class Number 708-53982
The Arduino Outputs class builds on student's experience in the earlier Arduino classes and focuses on how to control a variety of external hardware devices with an Arduino. Students will wire and program several projects to understand the main principles of controlling hardware with signal output from the Arduino. Projects in this class include making your breadboard drive around, adding sound to your arduino project, investigating different types of motor control, controlling devices that work off of a range of values (Pulse Width Modulation), and controlling devices that require other power sources like motors and lamps through the use of Relays and MOSFETS.
Prerequisites: Students need to have a good understanding of Arduino programming, which you can learn from TechShop Arduino classes. You also need to bring a functioning Arduino and breadboard kit to the class.
Your lab fee will pay for a piezo buzzer, variable resistor, thermister, motor, servo motors, and various small parts required for the class. They are yours to keep after class.
|TechShop Location:||TechShop Detroit-Allen Park|
|Room / Area:||Computer Lab|
|Class Date:||Thursday, Sep 25, 2014|
|Start Time:||6:00 PM|
|Class Length:||3 Hours|
|Member Price:||$90.00 Note: Active membership badge required at class check in.|
|Age Range:||12 and Up (Contact the store to register students under 13.)|
|Must Attend with Parent:||12 through 15|