P Comp Week 10 Labs

Lab 1: Using a Transistor to Control High Current Loads with an Arduino https://videopress.com/v/yoFZoWpK?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata To start, we had an issue getting the DC motor to work, we believed it may have been a bad wire. We troubleshooted and made sure all the connections were correct, then ultimately decided to change the motor for another, and…… Continue reading P Comp Week 10 Labs

P Comp Project 2

Project Idea In one of my other classes, Hacking Audio Hardware, our midterm project is to create a device that produces noise using gates and oscillators. On this device, I plan to have four separate variable resistors. My plan for an application is to combine these projects and create a visual representation of the different…… Continue reading P Comp Project 2

P Comp Week 7 Lab

Two-Way (Duplex) Serial Communication Using Arduino and P5 Sending Multiple Serial Data Using Punctuation https://videopress.com/v/VG8yyqCj?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata Receiving Multiple Serial Data in P5 https://videopress.com/v/jR2Mz01F?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata Flow Control: Call and Response (Handshaking) https://videopress.com/v/1nALrvkf?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata https://videopress.com/v/oZc3rYuu?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata Build Your Own Application My goal is to build direction controls like on a video game controller. At first, I started off with the base…… Continue reading P Comp Week 7 Lab

P Comp Week 6 Labs

Intro to Asynchronous Serial Communications A Serial Output Sketch https://videopress.com/v/XCu7lmZ1?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata A had a bit of an issue starting this lab where my Arduino would not power on. It wasn’t the USB cable, and it would power on if I unplugged the Arduino from my breadboard, so it had to be something connected on the board.…… Continue reading P Comp Week 6 Labs