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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