Monday, 15 June 2015

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This is the User Guide for the Induino R3 / R4 / R5 from Simple Labs. The Induino R5 is the latest in the Induino Series of Low Cost Arduino clone boards from Simple Labs. The user guide focuses on making use of the Induino R5 board effectively & Interfacing different components. This is a constant work in progress so if something looks incomplete, it means we are working on it and will update it soon. If you are in a hurry, drop us an email. Enjoy!

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Induino R3 Blog Overview - List of Contents (For Easy Navigation!!!)
  1. What is Arduino? What is Induino? Lets get Some Clarity
  2. Induino R3 / R4 / R5 - An Overview
  3. Simple Labs' Induino R3 / Induino R4 / Induino R5 and Arduino Uno Comparison
  4. Driver Installation
  5. The Basics of Working with Induino R3 / Arduino
  6. Digital Outputs - What, Where & How? - Working with the 3 on-board LEDs
  7. Digital Inputs - What, Where & How? - Working with the 3 on-board Push Buttons
  8. Serial Communication - What, Where & How?
  9. Analog Outputs - What, Where & How? - Working with the RGB LED
  10. Analog Inputs - What, Where & How? - Working with the on-board LDR
  11. Sensor Interface & Interfacing External Sensors - Variable Resistors, LM35 & HC-SR04
  12. Interfacing a TV Remote with the on-board TSOP Remote Control Receiver
  13. Generating Remote Control Signals using the on-board IR LED
  14. Servo Interfacing -  Working with the on-board Servo Interface
  15. LCD Interfacing - Working with the Simple Labs LCD Shield
  16. I2C Communication - What, Where & How? - Interfacing with the Simple Labs RTC Module
  17. I2C Communication - Interfacing Sensors -  MPU6050, BMP085 & HMC5883L 
  18. Interfacing with the Real World - Working with the Simple Labs Relay Control Board
  19. Interrupts - What, Where & How? - Working with the Simple Labs DTMF Control Board
  20. Interfacing Serial Devices - Part 1 - Working with the BTBee PRO / Xbee
  21. Interfacing Serial Devices - Part 2 - Working with a Serial RFID Reader
  22. Interfacing Serial Devices - Part 3 - Working with a Serial GSM Modem
  23. SPI Communication - What, Where & How? - Working with the W5100 Ethernet Shield
  24. Interfacing Sensors - Microphone Sound Detection Sensor
  25. LCD Interfacing - Creating Custom Characters and a Bar Graph
  26. PORT Manipulation & 7 Segment LED Interfacing - Working with the Simple Labs Seven Segment cum DTMF Shield
  27. Interfacing the 0.96" I2C OLED Display

4 comments:

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    1. yes. it works on windows, mac & linux

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  2. Hats off to your development of indigenous economical Arudino kit.
    I am going to buy it for my children.
    I have a couple of doubts
    If i buy a learner's kit, do i still need to buy the starter's accessory kit?
    Is 4X1.5v NiCadd battery enough to power the board?
    Can you suggest some portable power supply and AC power supply, so that i can buy it in one shot when i order.
    thanks.

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  3. Hi Prakash,

    I am new to this so jsut to confirm, This kit can directly interface with PC we dont need any debugger and programmer. also let me know which are the IDEs i can use with it.

    Thanks

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