Top 5 Arduino Tips for Beginners




Top 5 Arduino Tips for Beginners
In this video I give my top five tips for Arduino beginners including choosing which model arduino, mounting your Arduino, calculating power use, driving LEDs, and where to get libraries.

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Here is all the gear I currently use:
Oscilloscope 1: Rigol 1054Z
Oscilloscope 2: Siglent SDS1202X-E
Power Supply 1: TekPower TP3005N
Power Supply 2: RUIDENG DP50V5A
Signal Generator: JS2800
DMM1: Owon18B
DMM2: Aneng 8008
DMM3: Aneng 8009
DMM4: Uni-T UT801
Soldering Station1: Zeny (Yihua)862D+
Soldering Station2: KSGR T12
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