Arduino Book

Using and Programming Arduino and other microcontrollers
Deary65
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Re: Arduino Book

Postby Deary65 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 5:46 pm

I'm definitely up for learning it. I'd just like a nice easy to follow guide to get me started. I can easily follow any instructions.
I think you've really mastered something when you start altering. So with 555 timers, creating your own circuits and stuff :)
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Re: Arduino Book

Postby bigal344 » Thu Sep 08, 2011 6:07 pm

Yeah definately a good point, following a set of instructions is one thing, understanding comes when you can use it to create what you want.
I'm starting to understand the purpose of the various inputs and outputs on the 555's, i just need to get to grips with understanding what i can use to trigger the inputs and power/change with the outputs.
This has some quite good circuits to try, http://www.555-timer-circuits.com/.
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