Apr 26, May 3: Basic Electronics, to get us started on the how and why of reading sensors and controlling LEDs and other devices.
May 10: No class tonight.
May 17: Internet connectivity - We'll use Blynk, a web-service + smartphone app + Arduino libraries, for building internet-connected gadgets that you can monitor and control from anywhere you can connect your phone to the internet.It will be helpful to visit the "Getting Started" page on the Blynk website ahead of time, and:
May 24, 31, Jun 7: Programming - Writing programs or "sketches" for the Arduino, including:
What I'd thought was a typing error, I now remember has a good reason:
The chip has 6 PWM channels and 3 timer-counters (a facility which makes it easy to set the PWM frequency). Two PWMs are connected to each of the timer-counters, allowing you to set up to three different PWM frequencies simultaneously, or to have both some PWM and some timer facilities available.
May 17, 2016 - Here is the link to the Blynk library v0.3.4 on the Blynk website. I'll to be available by phone or email tomorrow (Wed) afternoon and evening if you need help installing it.