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Arduino Yun este o plăcuță care aduce ceva nou fata de restul plăcilor Arduino. Yun se aseamănă cu varianta Leonardo, dar vine cu multe lucruri în plus. În primul rând, programarea plăcii este similara, deoarece Yun și Leonardo utilizează același tip de microcontroller Atmega32U4.

Arduino Yun – comandă consumatorilor wireless necesar pentru găzduirea paginii web

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În al doilea rând, placa Yun este echipata cu un procesor secundar Atheros care rulează Linux și OpenWrt (un sistem de operare embedded specializat pentru traficul de internet) ceea ce iți da posibilitatea sa realizezi mult mai multe aplicații.

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Spre exemplu, în tutorialul de față vei învăța cum să programezi o placa Arduino Yun ce îți va permite să comanzi ON/OFF o multitudine de consumatori, prin wireless, direct dintr-o pagina web. Pagina web este găzduita chiar de placa Arduino Yun în sine, deci ea se va comporta și ca un server web. Acesta este atuul important al plăcii și anume, capacitatea ei de a deveni un sistem embedded într-un mod foarte simplu și foarte rapid.

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Vei avea nevoie de următoarele componente:

  • O placa Arduino Yun;
  • Un alimentator de 5V cu cablu micro-usb;
  • Un card Micro SD.
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Cum se configurează placa ?

1. În primul rând, un card Micro SD este necesar pentru găzduirea paginii web. Conectează cardul la un calculator/laptop.
2. Vei copia pe acest card micro SD un folder pe care îl vei descărca …

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Arduino Yun – comandă consumatorilor wireless

  • În tutorialul de față vei învăța cum să programezi o placa Arduino Yun ce iți va permite sa comanzi ON/OFF o multitudine de consumatori, prin wireless, direct dintr-o pagina web. Pagina web este găzduita chiar de placa Arduino Yun în sine, deci ea se va comporta și ca un server web. Acesta este atuul important al plăcii și anume, capacitatea ei de a deveni un sistem embedded într-un mod foarte simplu și foarte rapid.Arduino Yun este o placuta care aduce ceva nou fata de restul placilor Arduino. Yun se aseamana cu varianta Leonardo, dar vine cu multe lucruri in plus. In primul rand, programarea placii este similara, deoarece Yun si Leonardo utilizeaza acelasi tip de microcontroller Atmega32U4. In al doilea rand, placa Yun este echipata cu un procesor secundar Atheros care ruleaza Linux si OpenWrt (un sistem de operare embedded specializat pentru traficul de internet) ceea ce iti da posibilitatea sa realizezi mult mai multe aplicatii. Spre exemplu, in tutorialul de fata vei invata cum sa programezi o placa Arduino Yun ce iti va permite sa comanzi ON/OFF o multitudine de consumatori, prin wireless, direct dintr-o pagina web. Pagina web este gazduita chiar de placa Arduino Yun in sine, deci ea se va comporta si ca un server web. Acesta este atuul important al placii si anume, capacitatea ei de a deveni un sistem embedded intr-un mod foarte simplu si foarte rapid. Vei avea nevoie de urmatoarele componente: • O placa Arduino Yun - http://www.robofun.ro/arduino/arduino_yun • Un alimentator de 5V cu cablu micro-usb http://www.robofun.ro/raspberry-pi-si-componente/alimentator-raspberry-pi • Un card Micro SD Cum se configureaza placa ? 1. In primul rand, cardul Micro SD este necesar pentru gazduirea paginii web. Conecteaza cardul la un calculator/laptop. 2. Vei copia pe acest card un folder pe care il vei descarca din link-ul de mai jos: In interiorul arhivei se afla un folder denumit webled. Dezarhiveaza fisierul webled.zip si copiaza folderul direct in radacina cardului de memorie. Conecteaza cardul in slotul placii Arduino Yun. 5. Alimenteaza placa Arduino cu alimentatorul de 5V si asteapta cateva momente pana cand placa Arduino Yun isi porneste punctul de acces WiFI.Conecteaza-te la punctul de acces, deschide browser-ul si tasteaza adresa de IP a placii: 192.168.240.1 7. Parola implicita este „arduino“. Tasteaza parola, iar in fereastra urmatoare modifica setarea „REST API ACCESS“. Aici vei alege optiunea „OPEN“. http://www.robofun.ro/forum 8. Deschide mediul Arduino 1.5.6-r2, selecteaza tipul placii: Arduino Yun si portul: Arduino at 192.168.240.1 9. Copiaza sketch-ul de mai jos si incarca-l in placa Arduino. Arduino card Micro SD  Arduino card Micro SD crisstel.ro Arduino Yun arduino Leonordo microcontroller Atmega32U4 procesor secundar Atheros Linux OpenWrt server web card Micro SD plăcuță calculator laptop webled alimentator multe lucruri wifi varianta parola plus Dezarhiveaza fisierul webled.zip si copiaza folderul  Dezarhiveaza fisierul webled.zip si copiaza folderul Parola implicita este „arduino“ Copiaza sketch-ul de mai jos si incarca-l in placa Arduino.

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