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Our engineers have created a wide range of Arduino tutorials to inform and educate engineers and entrepreneurs about the Arudino microcontroller ecosystem. Find helpful product highlights for each Arduino release, see how Arduino compares to other top microcontrollers, and learn about innovative Arduino applications.

Raspberry Pi 3 vs Arduino Uno Rev3

The Arduino Uno and the Raspberry Pi 3 are popular choices when it comes to DIY, IoT or just fun engineering projects. They can be used for prototyping and real-world engineering solutions (ie Into the Blue using Arduino & Raspberry Pi board for underwater camera). If you are having difficulty finding which one to use for your project, let's look at what each board offers.

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Arduino Uno vs. MKR Series  

The Arduino Uno board has been a staple in the maker and professional development industry, having a huge reliable online community and resources to tackle any developmental obstacle. While the Uno board is diverse in its application to many industries, Arduino has a specific series that is meant to tackle the growing industry of IoT development- the Arduino MKR series.

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Arduino Uno vs. Mega vs. Micro

The Arduino boards have become one of the most popular microcontrollers on the market with a huge variety of boards. Some Arduino boards are better suited for certain applications. Let's compare some of the more popular boards that Arduino has created - the Uno, Micro, and Mega 2560 - and see which one is best for your next prototyping, IoT or DIY project, or school robotic project. 

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Arduino MKR - the New Frontier

The now critically acclaimed footprint of the Arduino UNO has become a near gold-standard in the maker and professional development industries. Any company that is worth talking about likely has at least one product that conforms to the common 14x1 and 18x1 transversely parallel prototyping connectors we are all too familiar with. However, the new emerging footprint standard of the Arduino MKR series may soon replace its famous older brother. 

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What is an Arduino Shield?

Whether you're new to the world of electronics, or a seasoned professional, shields can be one of the most useful tools available when working with a prototyping development board, especially if it's an Arduino. This video will help you understand what a development board shield actually is, as well as see some of our favorite shields that are currently available and compatible with Arduino boards. 

 

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Top Shields for Your Arduino

 

Arduino is a mainstay in the electronics world, which means there are hundreds of shields that you can add to your Arduino board (Uno or Mega) for a variety of applications. After reviewing quite a few different shields, we've come up with a list of the ones that we think will suit your next project or design best.

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Reference Designs for a Smart Greenhouse from Analog Devices

 

The Smart Greenhouse from Analog Devices uses three Arduino shield form factor reference designs supporting soil, moisture and pH measurements, temperature, visible light detection/recognition and an LED driver function. The shields can work with a variety of embedded platforms and include enabling software for quick evaluation, resulting in a rapid system prototyping. This video showcases how Analog Devices used these reference designs to create a Smart Greenhouse.

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Arduino to Arduino Control Via Bluetooth

 

When the average person hears the term "bluetooth", they may think of an audio headset or speaker. Both devices use bluetooth technology, but electronics enthusiasts know you can use this short distance communication method for much more than listening to your favorite podcast.

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How Chasing Coral was Filmed using Raspberry Pi and Arduino

 

Arrow Electronics interviewed View into the Blue to see how they made a custom underwater camera solution to help film the powerful Netflix documentary, Chasing Coral.

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Light Sensing MP3 Player using Adafruit's Beginner Arduino Solder-Free Kit

 

The Beginner's Arduino Solder-Free Kit comes with everything you need to create an MP3 player, but JJ took it a step further by adding a Vishay ambient light sensor to the mix.

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Shop Top Arduino Products

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A000066 | Arduino Uno Rev3

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Arduino MKR1000 WiFi (without headers) | ABX00004

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A000067 | Arduino Mega 2560 Rev3

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A000093 | Arduino Micro

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View all our Arduino Products here. No matter your skill level, Arduino offers a wide range of products from kits and accessories to the popular Arduino Uno development board.

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