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Course Overview

Gear up to get well equipped in Arduino now, and make up your mind to be the best in the business! All you need is proper training, firm support and a push to shine in your vocation, and Compliance Central is determined to provide you with it all! Explore what you got in this exclusive Arduino Skills, start learning and excel in it! This amazing Arduino course has been designed and developed by the industry specialists.! You’ll get to-the-point knowledge both practical and theoretical, and gain valuable insights into the business which will help you understand the drill better than ever! Join today, be skilled, learn with positive energy and enthusiasm, and create an excellent career using your full potential! Brace yourself, enrol now for an amazing venture!

 

This Arduino Course Package Includes

  • Comprehensive lessons and training provided by experts on Arduino
  • Interactive online learning experience at your convenience
  • 24/7 Access to the course materials and learner assistance
  • Easy accessibility from any smart device (Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone etc.)
  • A happy and handy learning experience for the professionals and students
  • 100% learning satisfaction, guaranteed by Compliance Central

Assessment

Complete this Arduino course and sit up for a short online assessment to instantly evaluate your understanding of the subject. The test will be an automated one, your answers will be checked and reviewed then and there, and you’ll get unlimited chances to retake the exam! Our concern is to make you competent for the job that is why you get full support from our part to learn and understand it thoroughly. The test fees are included in the one-time paid course fee. As said earlier, you can retake the exam if you fail an early attempt —you would not be charged any money further for the later attempts.

Certification

You can instantly download your certificate for £4.79 right after finishing the Arduino course. The hard copy of the certification will also be sent right at your doorstep via post for £10.79. All of our courses are continually reviewed to ensure their quality, and that provide appropriate current training for your chosen subject. As such, although certificates do not expire, it is recommended that they are reviewed or renewed on an annual basis.

Who Is This Course For

Compliance Central aims to prepare efficient human resources for the industry and make it more productive than ever. This helpful course is suitable for any person who is interested in Arduino. There are no pre-requirements to take it. You can attend the course if you are a student, an enthusiast or a
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Course Currilcum

    • Unit 1: Instructor’s Introduction 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:01:00
    • Unit 2: Downloading and Installing Proteus Software 00:03:00
    • Unit 3: Adding Arduino Library to Proteus 00:05:00
    • Unit 4: Downloading and Installing Arduino Coding Software 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Your First Code in Arduino Coding Software 00:06:00
    • Unit 2: Editing the Code and Getting the Hex File 00:03:00
    • Unit 3: Loading the Hex File and Running the Simulation 00:04:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:01:00
    • Unit 2: What Is Arduino 00:02:00
    • Unit 3: The Holes in Board 00:01:00
    • Unit 4: How to Do It 00:01:00
    • Unit 5: The Breadboard 00:05:00
    • Unit 6: Arduino Thinking Process 00:06:00
    • Unit 7: Putting Together Your First circuit 00:04:00
    • Unit 8: Cut and Paste Coding 00:04:00
    • Unit 9: Circuit Diagram 00:04:00
    • Unit 1: Inputs: Buttons 00:04:00
    • Unit 2: Analog Input: Potentiometer 00:04:00
    • Unit 3: Analog Input: IR sensor 00:04:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:04:00
    • Unit 2: What is Arduino Raspberry Pi and PIC Microcontroller 00:06:00
    • Unit 3: Quick Summary of the Main Differences 00:05:00
    • Unit 4: Hardware: Power and Connectivity 00:03:00
    • Unit 5: Hardware: IO Pins Storage and USB 00:04:00
    • Unit 6: Software Comparison 00:05:00
    • Unit 7: Expanding Onward Capabilities 00:03:00
    • Unit 8: Deciding Between the Three Options 00:06:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:02:00
    • Unit 2: Basic Parts Requirements 00:02:00
    • Unit 3: Parts Needed to Get the Job Done 00:03:00
    • Unit 4: Wire Up a Power Supply 00:05:00
    • Unit 5: ATMEGA Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: ATMEGA Connection 00:07:00
    • Unit 7: Arduino Ready 00:05:00
    • Unit 8: Bootloading Your Chips Optional 00:06:00
    • Unit 9: Finishing Up and Burning the Bootloader 00:06:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Raspberry Pi Connections 00:03:00
    • Unit 3: Raspberry Pi Configuration and Code 00:06:00
    • Unit 4: Arduino Configuration 00:06:00
    • Unit 5: Arduino Raspberry Pi Connection 00:02:00
    • Unit 6: Finishing Configuration 00:07:00
    • Unit 7: Completing the Python Setup 00:05:00
    • Unit 8: Final Step 00:01:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:04:00
    • Unit 2: Required Materials 00:09:00
    • Unit 3: Circuit Diagram 00:06:00
    • Unit 4: Code Overview 00:04:00
    • Unit 5: Code Explanation Part One 00:04:00
    • Unit 6: Code Explanation Part Two 00:06:00
    • Unit 7: Code Explanation Part Three 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:02:00
    • Unit 2: Hardware and Software Components 00:07:00
    • Unit 3: Let’s Start Building 00:04:00
    • Unit 4: Working Procedure 00:03:00
    • Unit 5: Android Application 00:08:00
    • Unit 6: Note 00:01:00
    • Unit 7: Schematic 00:02:00
    • Unit 8: Code 00:10:00
    • Unit 9: Testing Code 00:10:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:02:00
    • Unit 2: Learning Objectives of This Course 00:02:00
    • Unit 3: Hardware Requirements 00:03:00
    • Unit 4: What is Arduino and Downloading Arduino Software 00:05:00
    • Unit 5: What is Ultrasonic Sensor 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: What is Servo Motor 00:04:00
    • Unit 7: Software Requirements Schematic 00:08:00
    • Unit 8: Arduino Code Explained 00:06:00
    • Unit 9: Processing Code + Java JDK 00:07:00
    • Unit 1: Basic Parts Needed for This Project 00:02:00
    • Unit 2: Practical Assembly 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Software and Hardware Requirements 00:08:00
    • Unit 3: Working Procedure 00:02:00
    • Unit 4: Circuit Diagram 00:07:00
    • Unit 5: Code Explained in Details 00:08:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Things Used in This Project – Hardware 00:03:00
    • Unit 3: Things Used in This Project – Software and Web Editor 00:08:00
    • Unit 4: Temperature and Humidity Sensor Wiring 00:04:00
    • Unit 5: Code to Test DHT Sensors Using Serial Monitor 00:05:00
    • Unit 6: Code for LCD and DHT Sensor Together 00:04:00
    • Unit 7: Final Code for LCD RTC and DHT Sensor 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:04:00
    • Unit 2: Required Materials 00:04:00
    • Unit 3: Download and Install Arduino IDE 00:09:00
    • Unit 4: Circuit Diagram LCD Connection Explained 00:05:00
    • Unit 5: Circuit Diagram Continue 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: Working Procedure 00:02:00
    • Unit 7: Code Overview 00:03:00
    • Unit 8: Code Explanation 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Working Procedure 00:02:00
    • Unit 3: Circuit Diagram 00:08:00
    • Unit 4: Arduino Alarm Clock Code Part – 1 00:07:00
    • Unit 5: Arduino Alarm Clock Code Part – 2 00:04:00
    • Unit 6: Arduino Alarm Clock Practical Assembly 00:04:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Wireless Power Introduction History and Efficiency Chart Explained 00:05:00
    • Unit 3: How Wireless Power Works 00:05:00
    • Unit 4: Why We Need Wireless Electricity 00:02:00
    • Unit 5: Advantages and Disadvantages 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: Range of WiTricity and WiTricity Applications 00:04:00
    • Unit 7: How Safe is Wireless Electricity 00:01:00
    • Unit 8: Wireless Powered Arduino Project 00:01:00
    • Unit 9: Let’s Build It 00:03:00
    • Unit 10: Code and Troubleshooting 00:05:00
    • Unit 11: How Does This Circuit Work 00:02:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:01:00
    • Unit 2: Course Requirements 00:01:00
    • Unit 3: Downloading and Installing Arduino 00:07:00
    • Unit 4: Components Explained 00:10:00
    • Unit 5: Assembly 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: The Code 00:13:00
    • Assignment – Arduino 00:00:00

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Course Currilcum

    • Unit 1: Instructor’s Introduction 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:01:00
    • Unit 2: Downloading and Installing Proteus Software 00:03:00
    • Unit 3: Adding Arduino Library to Proteus 00:05:00
    • Unit 4: Downloading and Installing Arduino Coding Software 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Your First Code in Arduino Coding Software 00:06:00
    • Unit 2: Editing the Code and Getting the Hex File 00:03:00
    • Unit 3: Loading the Hex File and Running the Simulation 00:04:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:01:00
    • Unit 2: What Is Arduino 00:02:00
    • Unit 3: The Holes in Board 00:01:00
    • Unit 4: How to Do It 00:01:00
    • Unit 5: The Breadboard 00:05:00
    • Unit 6: Arduino Thinking Process 00:06:00
    • Unit 7: Putting Together Your First circuit 00:04:00
    • Unit 8: Cut and Paste Coding 00:04:00
    • Unit 9: Circuit Diagram 00:04:00
    • Unit 1: Inputs: Buttons 00:04:00
    • Unit 2: Analog Input: Potentiometer 00:04:00
    • Unit 3: Analog Input: IR sensor 00:04:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:04:00
    • Unit 2: What is Arduino Raspberry Pi and PIC Microcontroller 00:06:00
    • Unit 3: Quick Summary of the Main Differences 00:05:00
    • Unit 4: Hardware: Power and Connectivity 00:03:00
    • Unit 5: Hardware: IO Pins Storage and USB 00:04:00
    • Unit 6: Software Comparison 00:05:00
    • Unit 7: Expanding Onward Capabilities 00:03:00
    • Unit 8: Deciding Between the Three Options 00:06:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:02:00
    • Unit 2: Basic Parts Requirements 00:02:00
    • Unit 3: Parts Needed to Get the Job Done 00:03:00
    • Unit 4: Wire Up a Power Supply 00:05:00
    • Unit 5: ATMEGA Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: ATMEGA Connection 00:07:00
    • Unit 7: Arduino Ready 00:05:00
    • Unit 8: Bootloading Your Chips Optional 00:06:00
    • Unit 9: Finishing Up and Burning the Bootloader 00:06:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Raspberry Pi Connections 00:03:00
    • Unit 3: Raspberry Pi Configuration and Code 00:06:00
    • Unit 4: Arduino Configuration 00:06:00
    • Unit 5: Arduino Raspberry Pi Connection 00:02:00
    • Unit 6: Finishing Configuration 00:07:00
    • Unit 7: Completing the Python Setup 00:05:00
    • Unit 8: Final Step 00:01:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:04:00
    • Unit 2: Required Materials 00:09:00
    • Unit 3: Circuit Diagram 00:06:00
    • Unit 4: Code Overview 00:04:00
    • Unit 5: Code Explanation Part One 00:04:00
    • Unit 6: Code Explanation Part Two 00:06:00
    • Unit 7: Code Explanation Part Three 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:02:00
    • Unit 2: Hardware and Software Components 00:07:00
    • Unit 3: Let’s Start Building 00:04:00
    • Unit 4: Working Procedure 00:03:00
    • Unit 5: Android Application 00:08:00
    • Unit 6: Note 00:01:00
    • Unit 7: Schematic 00:02:00
    • Unit 8: Code 00:10:00
    • Unit 9: Testing Code 00:10:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:02:00
    • Unit 2: Learning Objectives of This Course 00:02:00
    • Unit 3: Hardware Requirements 00:03:00
    • Unit 4: What is Arduino and Downloading Arduino Software 00:05:00
    • Unit 5: What is Ultrasonic Sensor 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: What is Servo Motor 00:04:00
    • Unit 7: Software Requirements Schematic 00:08:00
    • Unit 8: Arduino Code Explained 00:06:00
    • Unit 9: Processing Code + Java JDK 00:07:00
    • Unit 1: Basic Parts Needed for This Project 00:02:00
    • Unit 2: Practical Assembly 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Software and Hardware Requirements 00:08:00
    • Unit 3: Working Procedure 00:02:00
    • Unit 4: Circuit Diagram 00:07:00
    • Unit 5: Code Explained in Details 00:08:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Things Used in This Project – Hardware 00:03:00
    • Unit 3: Things Used in This Project – Software and Web Editor 00:08:00
    • Unit 4: Temperature and Humidity Sensor Wiring 00:04:00
    • Unit 5: Code to Test DHT Sensors Using Serial Monitor 00:05:00
    • Unit 6: Code for LCD and DHT Sensor Together 00:04:00
    • Unit 7: Final Code for LCD RTC and DHT Sensor 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:04:00
    • Unit 2: Required Materials 00:04:00
    • Unit 3: Download and Install Arduino IDE 00:09:00
    • Unit 4: Circuit Diagram LCD Connection Explained 00:05:00
    • Unit 5: Circuit Diagram Continue 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: Working Procedure 00:02:00
    • Unit 7: Code Overview 00:03:00
    • Unit 8: Code Explanation 00:05:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Working Procedure 00:02:00
    • Unit 3: Circuit Diagram 00:08:00
    • Unit 4: Arduino Alarm Clock Code Part – 1 00:07:00
    • Unit 5: Arduino Alarm Clock Code Part – 2 00:04:00
    • Unit 6: Arduino Alarm Clock Practical Assembly 00:04:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:03:00
    • Unit 2: Wireless Power Introduction History and Efficiency Chart Explained 00:05:00
    • Unit 3: How Wireless Power Works 00:05:00
    • Unit 4: Why We Need Wireless Electricity 00:02:00
    • Unit 5: Advantages and Disadvantages 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: Range of WiTricity and WiTricity Applications 00:04:00
    • Unit 7: How Safe is Wireless Electricity 00:01:00
    • Unit 8: Wireless Powered Arduino Project 00:01:00
    • Unit 9: Let’s Build It 00:03:00
    • Unit 10: Code and Troubleshooting 00:05:00
    • Unit 11: How Does This Circuit Work 00:02:00
    • Unit 1: Introduction 00:01:00
    • Unit 2: Course Requirements 00:01:00
    • Unit 3: Downloading and Installing Arduino 00:07:00
    • Unit 4: Components Explained 00:10:00
    • Unit 5: Assembly 00:03:00
    • Unit 6: The Code 00:13:00
    • Assignment – Arduino 00:00:00