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 ELECTRONICS (EEE)
 
   
EEE201: Arduino Wiring Fundamentals

In this class, you will learn how to use an Arduino in simple projects. We will cover wiring switches, dials, and other sensors to lights and other output devices. The three hours will switch between instruction, hands-on, and some free time.

This is a class for people who want to add simple automation to their projects. Example programs will be provided. You can cut and paste from the examples to start writing your own programs.

The class fee includes a breadboard, switch, sensors, motor, LEDs and various electronic components.

This class pairs with the Arduino Programming, EEE202 to complete the second tier of the Arduino Electronics Series. The first tier classes consist of building your first Arduino board and learning the fundamentals of electronics. Neither of those classes are pre-requisites to the second tier, but provide a strong foundation in electronics and soldering. Both classes will help you build more permanent final solutions for your maker projects. Please bring an Arduino compatible board you built in the Arduino Part 1 class and the BUB board. A laptop with the Arduino software and drivers pre-installed is recommended, but not required. The software may be downloaded from Arduino Software.

Prerequisites: You must have an Arduino that can be used with a breadboard, that is, with male headers pointing down in the power rail and "front" edge holes (A0, RST, GND, +5v, +3.3v, digital 0-13, and a second GND). or an Arduino compatible board that accepts jumper wires and has the following ports: A0, RST, GND, +5v, +3.3v, 5+ digital outs, and a second GND)

If you bring your own laptop, you MUST download and install the Arduino software and drivers prior to class.

Note:This class includes a package of basic sensors, lights, and motors that will be used in the lesson. If you are signing up for this class using an Unlimited Class Pass or Maker SBU Pass, you will need to pay the $20 materials fee before class.

2 sessions currently scheduled:
    Arduino Wiring Fundamentals Friday, 7/14/17 5:00 PM 3.0 Hours 8 SEATS TOTAL
7 SEATS LEFT
    * Member Sign Up $79.00, No Materials Fee
    Non-member Sign Up $99.00, No Materials Fee
    Arduino Wiring Fundamentals Sunday, 7/23/17 1:30 PM 3.0 Hours 8 SEATS TOTAL
8 SEATS LEFT
    * Member Sign Up $79.00, No Materials Fee
    Non-member Sign Up $99.00, No Materials Fee
    * Membership is verified at the time of the class session. Be sure to bring your badge.
   
EEE202: Arduino Programming Fundamentals

In this class, you will learn how to use an Arduino in simple projects. We will cover programming simple electronics such as switches, dials, and other sensors; and to lights and other output devices. The three hours will switch between instruction, hands-on and some free time.

This is a fast-track class for people who want to add simple automation to their projects. Example programs will be provided. You can cut and paste from the examples to start writing your own programs.

The class fee includes a breadboard, switch, sensors, motor, LEDs and various electronic components.

This class pairs with the Arduino Wiring, EEE201 to complete the second tier of the Arduino Electronics Series. The first tier consists of building your first Arduino board and basic electronics. Neither of those classes are pre-requisites to the second tier, but provide a strong foundation in electronics and soldering, which will help you build more permanent final solutions for your maker projects. Please bring an Arduino compatible board you built in the Arduino Part 1 class. A laptop with the Arduino software and drivers pre-installed is recommended, but not required. The software may be downloaded from Arduino Software.

Prerequisites: You must have an Arduino that can be used with a breadboard, that is, with male headers pointing down in the power rail and "front" edge holes (A0, RST, GND, +5v, +3.3v, digital 0-13, and a second GND). or an Arduino compatible board that accepts jumper wires and has the following ports: A0, RST, GND, +5v, +3.3v, 5+ digital outs, and a second GND)

If you bring your own laptop, you MUST pre-download and install the Arduino software and drivers.

Note:This class includes a package of basic sensors, lights, and motors that will be used in the lesson. If you are signing up for this class using an Unlimited Class Pass or Maker SBU Pass, you will need to pay the $20 materials fee before class.

2 sessions currently scheduled:
    Arduino Programming Fundamentals Friday, 7/21/17 6:00 PM 3.0 Hours 8 SEATS TOTAL
8 SEATS LEFT
    * Member Sign Up $79.00, No Materials Fee
    Non-member Sign Up $99.00, No Materials Fee
    Arduino Programming Fundamentals Sunday, 7/30/17 1:30 PM 3.0 Hours 8 SEATS TOTAL
8 SEATS LEFT
    * Member Sign Up $79.00, No Materials Fee
    Non-member Sign Up $99.00, No Materials Fee
    * Membership is verified at the time of the class session. Be sure to bring your badge.