Home / Tutorials / Arduino Tutorial (page 4)

Arduino Tutorial

How to Use L298N Motor Driver

L298N Motor Controller Tutorial

You can drive a LED on or off using a microcontroller like Arduino or PIC. There’s no problem there because the 20 mA or so current from the pins is enough. Obviously, you can’t drive loads that require much more current like a motor. This is where the L298N motor …

Read More »

Arduino GPRS Tutorial

Arduino GPRS

Connecting your Arduino project to the Internet is easy though WiFi and modules like the ESP8266 or a WiFi shield. Another option is to ditch wireless and use an Ethernet shield. But what if there’s no WiFi or network cable available? The solution would be to connect to the Internet …

Read More »

Arduino Wireless Control

Wireless control is much more convenient especially on a significant distance. Imagine having wires from your controller to your robot! Also, making your project portable is essentially saying making it wireless (unless, you still need to plug it on mains). In this tutorial, we’ll look at popular methods in achieving …

Read More »

Arduino GPS Tutorial

GPS Tutorial

Global Positioning System (GPS) has been around since the 80's and is still one of the most important features you can add to any electronic system. The idea of tracking something (or someone) is cool enough but doing so without a telephone or an internet connection is much cooler. In …

Read More »

Creating an Arduino Bluetooth Serial Interface

Arduino Bluetooth Module

Bluetooth is the most popular way of connecting an Arduino to a smartphone wirelessly. In this tutorial, we will create an arduino-bluetooth interface and send messages from an arduino to smartphone and arduino to a personal computer.

Read More »

Arduino Sensor Interfacing Tutorial

arduino sensor example

A sensor is a device that transforms physical quantities like temperature, humidity, pressure, etc., to an electrical signal. Moreover, this signal is often fed to a microcontroller like the Arduino for further processing, displaying or recording. This data from the sensor are often analog in nature, i.e., they vary over …

Read More »

Arduino SIM800L Tutorial

The SIM800L is a cheap and portable GSM breakout board with all the capabilities of the larger SIM900 shields. In this Arduino SIM800L tutorial, I will help you get started with this nifty device. Sending and receiving texts with your Arduino have never been easier!

Read More »

Arduino Nokia 3310 LCD Interfacing

Displays are almost always a part of any microcontroller project or embedded system. Fortunately, there are cheap LCDs available with a wide support for multiple microcontroller devices. One is the PCD8544-based liquid crystal display, more popularly known as the Nokia 5110/3310 LCD. This Arduino Nokia 3310 LCD interfacing article covers …

Read More »