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  • please go to the line the computer guy dot com in order to view schematics, code and Maur for the projects that you are learning about.

  • Welcome back.

  • So I want to take a minute to talk about the different types of Arduino boards when you go out there and you're going to start doing it, Aren't we know projects?

  • The first thing that you're going to hear about is the Arduino, you know, board this is the standard Arduino board.

  • But then you're gonna start hearing about other different types of our do.

  • We know boards because they aren't.

  • We know, you know, with WiFi, where the Leonardo board or the mega board or nano boards or a lot of other different aren't we know boards out there, and it might be a little confusing to you as to which one you should use.

  • And it's important to be thinking about which specific aren't we know board you want to use when you create projects because different boards have different functionality.

  • So obviously, when you're going to be creating a project, especially if you're going to be putting it out into production environment into the real world, you want to make sure that you grab the board that is most appropriate for you.

  • So let's go over the workbench, and I can show you a little bit about these specific floorboards and talk a little bit more about the different types of our do.

  • We know boards that are available.

  • So here's a sample of four of the many different types are we know boards that are available.

  • So it's important to understand when you're dealing with Arduino boards, any Arduino board that you're going to use your going to basically code for and essentially the same way s O that you're gonna use the yard.

  • We know i e you're going to connect it to your computer.

  • You learn to upload the code into the yard, we know board, and then it's going to run through the analog pens essentially function the same way The digital pans essentially function the same way.

  • So when you're coding for any of these boards Maur or less, you're going to be coating the same way.

  • The difference between the boards, though, is the built in functionality.

  • So this is the standard Arduino, you know, board that generally everybody starts with s so this gives you the USB connection.

  • This gives your analog port's give you see your digital ports on, basically, is just a very simple way to get started.

  • There's not a lot to this.

  • One of the problems that people run into when they use are you know, you know, boards is it can only store a certain amount of code.

  • So sometimes, especially you're creating a larger Arduino projects.

  • You simply run out of storage space on the Arduino.

  • You know, to be an upload code, too, so that becomes a problem.

  • Or if you're going to have a lot of sensors or a lot of devices that the board has to be able to communicate with when you're dealing with the Arduino, you know, bored.

  • Obviously you only have a certain number of ports here so people can run into problems.

  • That's where then the mega board comes comes into play.

  • So this is essentially Arduino, you know, has Maur stores face on here, and as you can see, it has a crap ton more pen.

  • So if you're going to be having a lot of sensors connected to your Arduino project, you may want something like the yard.

  • We know Meg aboard s So this allows you to have a lot more digital inputs over here so you can put more sensors.

  • You're gonna have this fire off more servos, that type of thing.

  • Then you get into other things.

  • Such as What?

  • If you want an artery?

  • No, you know, bored.

  • But you want to be able to connect to it using a WiFi network.

  • So essentially, you wanna have some kind of Web page or something on the Arduino?

  • And if you click a link, something like that, then that confined her off something for the event for the art we know to d'oh.

  • Or maybe you could go to a web page and actually be able to look at the sensor data from a web page.

  • And so this is an Arduino, you know, a WiFi board.

  • So basically, this is, you know, you know, board with WiFi s O that when you write the code, you can put your sensors in here, and then you can have this connected to a traditional TCP i p for network and be able to interact with the art widow board over that networks.

  • That's something that this has.

  • Then you have something along the lines of the Leonardo Leonardo here, more or less looks like a you know board.

  • You'll notice the USB connector is different.

  • S So this is a micro USB connector.

  • Now, the interesting thing with the Leonardo board is this can directly communicate with a computer over us.

  • Be so normally you an order to see what the art we know is doing or interact with the art.

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  • You would open up something like the serial monitor within the artery.

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  • To see what's going on with the, you know, bored with this.

  • What's kind of interesting is this can actually act as a mouse or keyboard a SZ, far as your computer is concerned.

  • So when you connect this using USB, this can actually fire off commands to your PC tohave to have things happen, eh?

  • So this might be useful.

  • Let's say if you have sensors going into here and then you connect this to something like Lennox PC and then if attempt if something happens with a temperature, then this can fire off a keyboard.

  • Command to that Lennox that Lennox system, in order for events to happen on that particular server.

  • So that is something that the Leonardo does.

  • And so these air simply four of the options that are available.

  • There are many more options that are available out there.

  • They have something called the Nano, So the nano eyes a really nice form factor.

  • It's a very, very small form factor, so it's probably probably about half the size, at least of the, you know here on.

  • So I plan to use one of the Nano's for I'm gonna be doing some projects with, like, gliders, airplanes.

  • And so I need something very small and very light to be able to fit on a remote control airplane so I might use something like a nano.

  • And so these are the things that you should be thinking about when you're thinking about what type of are we?

  • No board you're going to be using, especially if you're gonna be putting these out in the real world.

  • Not only that, but again, since Arduino is an open source platform, anybody can design and he can't, but he can build off of what's been created here.

  • You also see where there are some very special boards out there that are customized to dio specific things.

  • So I think there's something called aren't you, Cam?

  • So are you Can is a camera that you can connect to an Arduino.

  • Well, the people that can't created the art you can.

  • They realized that the artery no, you know, as it set up, isn't quite what they need for that camera to function to the degree that they wanted S o they actually took it, aren't we know, you know, And then they modified the design so that it would work with their camera system better.

  • And so this is something to be thinking about when you're looking at.

  • Are we no projects and really going out there and looking to see what specific type of board you should be using for your project because that will make life a lot easier again.

  • If you need a lot of sensors, we need a lot of imports.

  • A lot of outputs.

  • Using a mega board will make your life a hell of a lot easier than trying to duck tapes something together using just a standard, you know, bored or get if you wanna be able to connect using WiFi instead of having to have an additional she's old or different module to get your heart.

  • We know to get back to WiFi simply having the WiFi built into the art.

  • We know board makes life a hell of a lot easier.

  • So there's just some things to think about when you decide to build your own Ordway know projects Now for us.

  • Most of time, we're just gonna be using the Arduino, you know, bored because this is kind of like the standard default.

  • It's very easy to use board, very inexpensive.

  • But when you're going out into the real world, granted, start deploying projects you should be thinking about what board is best for your pretty a project again, as I talked about, I'm looking at creating some like remote control aircraft or some programmable aircraft.

  • And so for me, I want something that is very small, very light for those projects.

  • And so going with something like the Nano board will make a lot of sense.

  • Another hand.

  • If you're going to creating a larger project, let's say a larger robot that kind of roams around.

  • You're having a lot of sensors, right?

  • Benny, A lot of ultrasonic sensors got a lot of infrared sensors.

  • You're gonna need a lot of a lot of inputs so that robot doesn't run over something.

  • Then you what might want to use something like the 1,000,000 board again.

  • It's very important to understand, more or less, the coding is the same.

  • Whatever you use, you simply just have Maur digital ports when you use something like like a mega board.

  • Other than that, there's not a lot else to it.

  • But these are some of the things that you should be thinking about, especially when you're going out there to create projects is basically what is the best board to initially build off again.

  • Something like this wife I bored.

  • You can get WiFi shields, and you can get WiFi modules to make an, you know bore be able to connect to a WiFi network.

  • But again, the more components you have connected anything, you have more possibilities for failure.

  • Having the wife I simply built into the board itself.

  • Most likely you're going to get a Maur reliable platform for when you build your project.

  • So really think about when you're going to go out there and build your projects, What is the best board for what you need?

  • And if you start with the best board for your idea, actually, building project in the end of the day is going to be a hell of a lot easier and a hell of a lot more reliable.

  • So I just want to talk about the different types of boards a little bit again.

  • Go do your research.

  • This is simply four of the boards that are available.

  • You could probably find 15 or 20 different types out there and again when you start to go out like make sure make sure you really look at the specifications and make sure you really look at the future sets so that you buy what you actually need for your project.

  • Because again, you know the Leonardo board This Leone are aboard looks a lot like the Arduino, you know, board.

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