În acest tutorial vei descoperi cum se poate construi un bord cu 2 indicatoare pentru activitatea procesorului și capacitatea memoriei RAM. Vei descoperi cum se citesc cele 2 valori printr-un script Python și cum se vor transmite, serial, către o placă Arduino.
Arduino și indicatoare pentru CPU și memoria RAM activitatea procesorului
Arduino și indicatoare pentru CPU și memoria RAM activitatea procesorului
Ca indicatoare vei folosi 2 servomotoare conectate la o placa Arduino. În funcție de valorile primite pe serială, placa va modifica poziția bratelor servomotoarelor.
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Vei avea nevoie de următoarele componente:
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O placa Arduino;
Un alimentator extern Arduino;
Un cablu USB;
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Cum construiesc indicatorul ?
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În tutorialul de față indicatorul cu cele 2 servomotoare a fost realizat dintr-o bucată de carton peste care s-a lipit o coala albă desenată cu 2 cadrane. S-au dat 2 găuri pe unde se fixează bratele servomotoarelor iar servomotoarele s-au lipit cu bandă dublu adezivă.
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Cele 2 servomotoare se vor conecta urmând tabelul de mai jos. Te vei folosi de breadboard pentru a conecta alimentările servomotoarelor.
Deoarece servomotoarele consuma mai mult decât poate oferi portul USB al calculatorului, vei conecta alimentatorul extern de 9V în mufa plăcii Arduino. În final vei obține următorul montaj….
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Conținutul acestui articol este în format PDF pus la dispoziție de specialiștii RoboFun.ro. Pentru a vizualiza apăsați butonul Preview iar pentru a descărca butonul Download.
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Sketch-ul încarcă placa Arduino valorile se citesc în Monitorului Serial
Poți folosi următorul cupon de reducere pentru a obține discount la componente electronice:
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From May to November 2022, our seminars focus on the theme of cross-disciplinary computing. Through this seminar series, we want to explore the intersections and interactions of computing with all aspects of learning and life, and think about how they can help us teach young people. We were delighted to welcome Prof. Mark Guzdial (University…
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Scratch Week is a global celebration of Scratch that takes place from 15 to 21 May this year. Below, we’ve put together some free resources to help get kids coding with this easy-to-use, block-based programming language. If you’re not sure what Scratch is, check out our introduction video for parents. Visit Scratch Island on Code Club…
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Since the release of the Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller in 2021, we have seen people all over the world come up with creative Pico-based inventions. Now, thanks to our brand-new and free ‘Introduction to Raspberry Pi Pico’ learning path, young coders can easily join in and make their own cool Pico projects! This free learning…
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We’ve been running the Gender Balance in Computing programme of research since 2019, as part of the National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) and with various partners. It’s a £2.4 million research programme funded by the Department for Education in England that aims to identify ways to encourage more girls and young women to engage…
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If you run Kodi on a RetroPie system you can add Kodi to the RetroPie menu as if it is a game system. This guide assumes you already have Kodi installed on your RetroPie system where it appears as an item under the “Ports” system. To continue you will need to use the command line. [...]
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We and our partners at ESA Education are excited to announce that 299 teams of young people who entered Mission Space Lab this year have achieved flight status as part of the 2021/22 European Astro Pi Challenge. This means that these young people’s programs are the first ever to run on the two upgraded Astro…
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In this article adapted from Hello World issue 18, teacher Babak Ebrahim explains how his school uses a cybersecurity club to increase interest in Computing among girls. Babak is a Computer Science and Mathematics teacher at Bishop Challoner Catholic College Secondary in Birmingham, UK. He is a CAS Community Leader, and works as a CS…
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Between September 2021 and March 2022, we’ve been partnering with The Alan Turing Institute to host a series of free research seminars about how to young people about AI and data science. In the final seminar of the series, we were excited to hear from Stefania Druga from the University of Washington, who presented on…
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We are excited to announce our second new Python learning path, ‘More Python’, which shows young coders how to add real data to their programs while creating projects from a chart of Olympic medals to an interactive world map. The six guided Python projects in this free learning path are designed to enable young people…
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Over the last ten years, thousands of young people from all over the world have shared their digital creations at a Coolest Projects event. This year, there are a few brand-new and exciting reasons why young people will want to get involved in Coolest Projects Global online tech showcase and share their tech creations in…
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This guide explains how to disable auto-login on Raspberry Pi OS. By default when you install the Raspberry Pi OS with the desktop it will auto-login when you power-up the Pi. This is really convenient for lots of projects as it gets you straight to the desktop. If you are using your Pi as a [...]
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