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Old 06-07-2010, 09:18 PM #1
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I have been wanting to get into the world of micro chips and have seen the Arduino and fell in love.
I wanted to know a good place to start i thought about buying
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Plus a few extra chips
What else should i get to have fun, lcds or anything else needed?
I noticed that one of the lpms uses it and thought it about time to start using one myself.
My first project is to create a digital dc power supply using a laptop power brick as the power source and then some circuit to control the voltage and the amps.


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There are some good kits out there that let you do a number of projects and plenty of groups; forums etc that either specialise in the Arduino or similar in general. What's the other major player called... ? Damn it, I can't recall just now. [EDIT: Mbed! That's the other one!!]

I have yet to purchase but it is on my list too so I will have to keep an eye on this thread and if I come across anything I will let you know too.

Sorry I haven't any decent info for you but am interested in progress.

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If your interested in the nano at all the om328p is smaller.
Oak Micros om328p $30 It will fit into a 28-pin 600mil DIL socket or breadboard.
If anyone is already into arduino or other mcu & is looking for more power/abilities check out the Arduino Compatible Maple ARM CortexM3 with Arduino pin layout and programming environment. Compatible with Arduino Duemilanove or Diecimila shields. Lipo battery charger onboard.
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For even more power the Maple Native & the Oak (w/ FPGA) are in the works.

Would love to see anything members put together. Even basic stuff is fun.

Do you have anything in mind that your interested in doing with arduino? There is segway type balancing platforms & robots, IR remote control, (cheap) RF remote, a EMF detector is fun & super easy, USB host (hardware) shield (some USB uses), Software USB V-USB, remote lawn mower w/ arduino brain,

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Sparkfun is a good place for arduino goodies.

Here's something I built with it recently:

YouTube - goonulator pro, early work.

Gonna use it as a controller (6 axis) for an RGB laser galvo setup once I get the beam combiner sorted out.
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How about a simple PWM circuit with the arduino? kiyoukan I am doing the same thing If I ever get time... except im making the power supply using a LM117

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Arduino 'analog' out is TTL PWM, the 'mega' version has literally a buttload of I/O options. They make good RGB controllers as well. I'd prefer a faster clock speed on the PWM as visually it can get a little raspy. I may drive a second controller chip via 3 wire serial for better results after I get my optical breadboard set up.

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I'd stick with the Arduino Duemilanove until you really need something smaller or faster. It's quite capable. It's real easy to work with and you don't need to buy other stuff like FTDI cables and such to connect to it. The DC Boarduino is also nice if you want to work off your breadboard, but you'll need an FTDI cable which is a good investment anyway. I'd also forego buying more Arduino chips, since it's faster to just load different code on it through the computer than it is to swap chips.

At a minimum, get some buttons so you can send your Arduino input without sending commands via the Arduino console. This shield might be a good one (you'll need to buy the joystick and buttons separately though) at about $20 overall (including buttons).

You can also get an LCD, but maybe hold off because they're kind of pricey for serial types (or you can use a raw one, but need to deal with a lot of IO pins) until you need a portable project because the Arduino can communicate with the computer and you can use that as your "screen." Check out the Processing library.

A good starter project? Well, for lasers:

- Get some servos and a laser pointer and make a robotic laser pointer. Good for learning input-to-output controls. Might also consider including a PID controller.

- PID-controlled TEC cooling for lasers. Good for learning ADC data acquisition and controls.

Don't just look at Sparkfun (they're great!), Adafruit Industries has some good Arduino kinds of stuff.

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Thanks for the info.
I have yet to buy anything as i am trying to sell of some stuff to afford it.
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I have seen many pics of in the forum where they are in the background, i own a basic stamp 2 but they are to expensive for me to use.. would love to trade it for something tho...
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Adafruit rocks, got my boarduino from them with a pile of blank shields and the occasional ADC. Great community all around.
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Arduino Duemilanove ATmega328 AVR USB DIY Robot board/3 - eBay (item 160442650163 end time Jun-08-10 07:33:41 PDT)
Plus a few extra chips
What else should i get to have fun, lcds or anything else needed?
I noticed that one of the lpms uses it and thought it about time to start using one myself.
My first project is to create a digital dc power supply using a laptop power brick as the power source and then some circuit to control the voltage and the amps.
That $9.97 Arduino looks a lot like the Arduino that is in our $400.00
modified Kenometer PRO...

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Shall I go over a component cost of your Laserbee II?

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Hey you guys....
STFU!, please.
I know its in the pro and dont matter the cost they are great, they are cheap to make but the program is where your money is at.
no trolling my thread please,
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Jerry made a comment about the cost of 1 piece of a great meter he didn't say the whole thing was worth that price and mm knows its the code that make the price of these things up.
Was it shoot at the meter i might think so but if you know much about programing as i do (just not for these thing more of a LSL, VB .net kinda guy) the post has no merit.
I am just going to ask you all edit your post to something useful i don't like looking at a trolled thread when i want to seriously learn something.
I know almost all of you are good at something and one of you for sure knows a thing or 2 about these things cant you do better things than take shots at each other.
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Default Re: Arduino Starting

No need to tell me to STFU!
I'm not the one TROLLing...

That's the point I was trying to make...
With that inexpensive Arduino you can make
a product that sells for $400.00... or more...IMO

Jerry
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