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Arduino Uno vs Teensy

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 31-Jul-2021 13:25:45
We will have a comparison of the specifications of Arduino Uno and the Teensy 3.5 board.Arduino UnoTeensyPlease refer to the table below for the detailed comparison −UnoTeensy3.5GeneralDimensions2.7¨ x 2.1¨2.5¨ x 0.7¨Pricing$20-23$25-28ConnectivityI/O Pins1442PWM Pins620Analog Pins625ComputingProcessorATMega328PMK64FX512VMD12Flash Memory32 kB512 kBSRAM2 kB256 kBEEPROM1 kB4 kBClock speed16 MHz120 MHzVoltage Level5V3.3V (though all pins are 5V ... Read More

Arduino Uno vs ESP32

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 31-Jul-2021 13:20:55
We will have a comparison of the specifications of Arduino Uno and the ESP32 DevKit v1 DOIT BoardArduino UnoESP32Please refer to the table below for the detailed comparison −UnoESP32GeneralDimensions2.7¨ x 2.1¨2¨ x 1.1¨Pricing$20-23$10-12ConnectivityI/O Pins1436PWM Pins616Analog Pins6Up to 18 *Analog Out Pins (DAC)2ComputingProcessorATMega328PXtensa Dual Core 32-bit LX6 microprocessorFlash Memory32 kB4 MBSRAM2 ... Read More

Arduino Uno vs Arduino Due

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 31-Jul-2021 13:17:38
We will have a comparison of the specifications of Arduino Uno and the Arduino Due BoardArduino UnoArduino DueUnoDueGeneralDimensions2.7¨ x 2.1¨4¨ x 2.1¨Pricing$20-23$40-42ConnectivityI/O Pins1454PWM Pins612Analog Pins612Analog Out Pins (DAC)-2ComputingProcessorATMega328PAT91SAM3X8EFlash Memory32 kB512 kBSRAM2 kB96 kB (split in two banks of 64 kB and 32 kB)EEPROM1 kB-Clock speed16 MHz84 MHzVoltage Level5V3.3VUSB ConnectivityStandard A/B ... Read More

Arduino Uno vs Arduino Nano

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 31-Jul-2021 13:12:22
We will have a comparison of the specifications of Arduino Uno and the Arduino Nano Board.Arduino UnoArduino NanoPlease refer to the table below for the detailed comparison −UnoNanoGeneralDimensions2.7¨ x 2.1¨1.77¨ x 0.7¨Pricing$20-23$20-21ConnectivityI/O Pins1422PWM Pins66Analog Pins68ComputingProcessorATMega328PATmega328Flash Memory32 kB32 kBSRAM2 kB2 kBEEPROM1 kB1 kBClock speed16 MHz16 MHzVoltage Level5V5VUSB ConnectivityStandard A/B USBMini USBCommunicationHardware ... Read More

Difference between hardware serial and software serial in Arduino

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 30-Jul-2021 15:13:22
A hardware serial, as the name suggests, denotes that a dedicated piece of hardware (UART) enables Serial communication. In Arduino Uno, for instance, pins 0 and 1 have UART support, and they are connected to the USB via a USB-to-UART converter. That facilitates communication between your computer/laptop and the Arduino. ... Read More

5 Arduino Project Problem Statements for Beginners

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 30-Jul-2021 15:10:12
If you are starting off with Arduino, then the following 5 projects can be taken up by you −7-segment display using ArduinoInterface a 7-segment display with Arduino and count from 0 to 9 on that display. This will help you get a good understanding of GPIOsAs a next step, you ... Read More

Popular boards that can be programmed using Arduino IDE

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 30-Jul-2021 15:08:25
Here are some popular boards that can be programmed using Arduino IDE −ESP8266This board is used primarily for IoT applicationsIt has WiFi and BlueTooth capabilitiesTo make this compatible with Arduino IDE, the following JSON has to be added to File → Preferences → Additional Boards Manager URLs −Next, you need ... Read More

How to Use Word() Function in Arduino?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 30-Jul-2021 15:06:58
The word() function converts a variable of any data type to the word data type. It is essentially a cast function.SyntaxThe syntax is −word(var)Where var is a variable of any datatype.Alternatively, you can also construct a word by specifying two bytes, the higher byte and the lower byte.SyntaxThe syntax is ... Read More

What is a Word in Arduino?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 30-Jul-2021 15:05:13
A word, very simply put, is an unsigned number of 2 bytes (or 16 bits). Thus, it can take in values from 0 to 65535.Note that this definition is very microcontroller specific. In pure terms, a word is the amount of data a machine can process at a time, and ... Read More

How to define a class in Arduino?

Yash Sanghvi
Published on 30-Jul-2021 15:03:46
You can define a class in Arduino just like in C, with public and private variables and methods.The example below demonstrates the definition of a Student class, which has the constructor, two methods (add_science_marks and get_roll_no) and 3 private variables, _division, _roll_no and _science_marks.Exampleclass Student {    public:     ... Read More
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