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Arduino Starter Kit Manual Download

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  • Discover Arduino through EASY and FUN lessons
  • Step-by-step instructions with diagrams
  • No prior electronics knowledge required
  • Kit comes with everything you need to build 15 projects across 8 categories:
    • Temperature
    • Light
    • LEDs
    • Sound
    • Ultrasonic
    • Servo Motors
    • Stepper Motors
    • LCD

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  • Comes with one bonus project to help combine skills learnt in previous lessons into new projects
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Arduino Starter Kit Includes:

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OSEPP UNO R3 Plus1
6 feet USB type A to mini-B1
Tact push switch 6mm x 6mm – through hole2
10K ohm linear potentiometer (variable resistor) – long pins1
100 ohm axial resistor, 1/2W, 5%5
330 ohm axial resistor, 1/2W, 5%20
1k ohm axial resistor, 1/2W, 5%5
10k ohm axial resistor, 1/2W, 5%5
1M ohm axial resistor, 1/2W, 5%2
LED through hole – Red, 8.7mm height, ~2V drop, ~10-20mA2
LED through hole – Yellow, 8.7mm height, ~2V drop, ~10-20mA2
LED through hole – Green, 8.7mm height, ~2V drop, ~10-20mA2
LED through hole – White, 8.7mm height, ~2V drop, ~10-20mA2
LED through hole – Blue, 8.7mm height, ~2V drop, ~10-20mA2
Buzzer, 5Vo-p1
Speaker, 8-ohm1
LM35 Temperature Sensor1
Photo Cell1
LCD 16×2 Character Display1
Ultrasonic Range Finder1
Servo Motor1
Stepper Motor1
Stepper Motor Driver1
Breadboard – 30 columns x 14 rows (include 2 VCC and 2 GND)1
2pin Screw Terminal2
6 inches male-to-male jumper wires (red)10
6 inches male-to-male jumper wires (black)10
6 inches male-to-male jumper wires (white)10
6 inches male-to-male jumper wires (grey)10
6 inches male-to-male jumper wires (blue)10
6 inches male-to-female jumper wires (white)10
Arduino Basics 201 Tutorial book1
Kit container1
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Installing the Arduino Environment

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The Arduino Environment is the collection of software used to compile, and load your projects onto your Arduino.

If you haven’t already installed the Arduino Environment, here’s how to do it on the Microsoft Windows operating system.

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Step I

Download the latest Arduino Environment Windows Installer here: http://arduino.cc/en/main/software

Step II

Connect your Arduino board to your PC.

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Step III

If you’re using an OSEPP board or any Arduino board with an FTDI chip you’re going to need to install the FTDI Virtual COM port driver.

Introduction

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To install the FTDI Virtual COM port driver:

  1. Go to your Windows Control Panel
  2. Under Port (COM & LTP) you should see the “FT232R USB UART” device with an exclamation mark “!”
  3. Right click on it and select “Update Driver Software”
  4. Choose the “Browse my computer for Driver software” option
  5. Navigate to the “driversFTDI USB Drivers” folder inside your Arduino directory.This directory will be found in either C:Program FilesArduino or C:ProgramFiles(x86)Arduino if you’re on a 64-bit operating system
  6. Click finish and let windows install the driver.

Step IV

Test your Arduino Environment by attempting to upload a sketch.

  1. Open the Arduino Environment found in your program files
  2. Load up the blinking LED example sketch; in the File menu go to: File » Examples » 01.Basics » Blink
  3. Select your board; in the File menu go to: Tools » Boards » Arduino Uno
  4. Select the virtual COM port your Arduino has been assigned; in the File menu go to: Tools » Serial Port » COM X
  5. Upload the sketch by clicking the upload button

6. Verify that the LED is blinking on your UNO board.

If you’re unable to get the LED to blink look for further help online. Check the last page of this book for OSEPP support contact information. We’re always happy to help in any way we can!

Downloading Project Code

Please take the time to download the project code and install it into your Arduino environment. This will give you easy access to all the tutorials in this booklet through the examples menu.

Step I

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Download our zip file here: http://osepp.com/files/osepp_201k.zip