Arduino Breadboard Tutorial -Arduino Workshop Project Video #1

This is a tutorial about making an Arduino board on a breadboard! It is useful to be able to do this as its much cheaper once you have the infrastructure to use it (cables, tools ect…) and if it breaks a replacement isn’t that expensive. This video is also the first of the arduino workshop projects in which I will make fun 30 minutes arduino projects. I spent a while making this video so I hope you enjoy it.

CLOSE UP PICTURES (FULL RESOLUTION)

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ATMEGA 328 PINOUT

http://softsolder.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/arduino-vs-atmega168-chip-pinouts.png

Parts list

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1 x Breadboard (If you don’t already have one)

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=112

1 x RED/BLACK hookup wire (If you don’t have any)

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8023

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8022

1 x ATmega328 with Arduino Bootloader

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=9217

1 x Ceramic Resonator

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=9420

1 x Max 232 Chip

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=316

1 x DB9 Solder Cup

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=110

6 x .1uf Ceramic Capacitors

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8375

1 x 10k pull up resistor (I recommend getting the resistor kit also from sparkfun!)

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8374

1 x Push Button Switch

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=9190

1 x 5v Voltage Regulator

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=107

1 x LED

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=533

1 x LED RESISTOR (Again I would just get the resistor kit!)

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8377

1 x RS232 CABLE

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=65

1 x RS232 TO USB CONVERTER (OPTIONAL if you want usb, its cheaper on ebay!)

http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8580

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BREADBOARD JUMPERS!!! GET THEM AT RADIOSHACK IN A KIT!!!!

SOME FORM OF DC POWER SUPPLY 7.5V to 10v (wall power supply, battery ect…)

TOOLS, SOLDERING IRON, WIRE SNIPPERS, WIRE STRIPPERS, VOLT METER (Optional but I would get it to test conections)

You can pick where you want to buy these tools if you don’t already have them.

Duration : 0:8:51


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25 thoughts on “Arduino Breadboard Tutorial -Arduino Workshop Project Video #1

  1. I would get the …
    I would get the arduino uno which is the latest version of the duemilanove. Its way easier no soldering, power regulators, and many more features. Plus it has a usb serial chip on it so you don’t need a serial cable just a simple usb cable. There are no worries with it really its just plug and play. This on the other hand has a lot of problems that can happen if you mess up a wire for example.

    So if your just getting into arduino get the uno you will learn a lot more a lot faster with it.

  2. I would get the …
    I would get the arduino UNO which is the latest version of the duemilanove. Its way easier no soldering, power regulators, and many more features. Plus it has a usb serial chip on it so you don’t need a serial cable just a simple usb cable. There are no worries with it really its just plug and play. This on the other hand has a lot of problems that can happen if you mess up a wire for example.

    So if your just getting into arduino get the UNO you will learn a lot more a lot faster with it.

  3. Add up the parts ( …
    Add up the parts (and any hardware you don’t have like the breadboard). If you have the basic tools, breadboard, and hook up wire its a little more than $10 to make. If you don’t have the equipment it would be around $20.

  4. Ehh I did the best …
    Ehh I did the best I could do with a $30 mic/headset from walmart. The information is whats important…………-

  5. There is no next …
    There is no next part. This video shows you how to do everything all in one. The later videos show how to do specific things with the arduino like transistor amplification (video 2) and so on.

    I will be making more of these videos when my next project takes off.

  6. hey can we use a …
    hey can we use a 16MHZ crystal clock instead of the ceramic resonator????or any other crystal coz the shop keeper does not know what is a ceramcis resonator

  7. No the arduino …
    No the arduino bootloader and core libraries are only supported on specific chips at the moment. Those are the atmega8 atmega168 atmega328 atmega1280 and the atmega2560. It is possible to port it to that chip but it would require deep knowledge of the chip and lots of time to properly port over (days…weeks). I don’t know how to do this. Just use the supported chips its way easier to get started.

  8. No I keep things …
    No I keep things strictly through youtube, message me instead of commenting on the video thats easier.

  9. You choose the …
    You choose the board with the chip you are using. Duemilanove 328 = atmega328 , Duemilanove 168 = atmega168 , atmega = atmega1280 and so on if you using the dip versions only use the duemilanove boards. The pro boards and micro boards use smd microcontrollers and they will not work.

  10. @Halo2maniaccc arnt …
    @Halo2maniaccc arnt u supposed to find the pins for me????kkkk ill try if i can find it ……..nother question in the program the tools section boards which do we choose?duemilanove 328????or something else????

  11. Without the …
    Without the bootloader you have to burn new code using the ICSP programmer every time. With the bootloader you can upload new code over serial but it will take up a small portion of memory (about 2k) and add a 1-2 second boot delay. Its well worth it to have it as it really speeds things up when developing code. I am not sure what the ICSP pins are you will have to find that out I know that there are six of them so look at the chip pinout and find them.

  12. You find out the …
    You find out the ICSP pins, I don’t know which ones they are you will have to google that. Build a parallel port programmer (just resistors and wiring). Then connect the chip to the programmer and give it power. Next open up arduino select your chip type and then select burn bootloader and select parallel port. It will then burn the bootloader if everything is ok.

  13. without the …
    without the bootloader it wont work huh???????so much for that…….
    which are the icsp pins in ur arduino so that i can make a programmer and burn the bootloader….?????

  14. u told that the …
    u told that the pins of the real arduino is the same as urs right then could u give the digital pins anlog pins and the others pins in urs……..???????????

  15. when were are …
    when were are buying the atmega 328 should we get it with arduino bootloader???????what is arduino bootloader??????? is it ok if we buy it without it?

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