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Intro toArduino

DC input voltage We normally power the arduino board through this connection. Tipically a 7V-12V is used. Example: 6 AA batteries in series make 9V

Reset button It is used to reset the program. Program will restart from the beginning runing once the setup function and then jumping to loop function.

USB connection To connect with your computer in order to transfer the programs.

Digital inputs/outputs Digital values can only be 0 or 1 ( high or low) From D0 to D13. You can use these pins to connect either inputs or outputs. You just have to configure them in the setup function.

Voltage selector It allows you to select the tension that arduino will use for all VCC outputs. We normally work with 5V.

Digital inputs/outputs (SVG pins) Digital values can only be 0 or 1 ( high or low) From D0 to D13. This yellow pins (S line) are the same as digital pins above. Red line (V) are all connected to VCC (either 5V or 3,3V). Black line (G) are all connected to GND.

Analog inputs/outputs (SVG) pins Analog values go from 0 (0V) to 1024 (5V) From A0 to A5. These yellow pins (S line) are the same as analog pins below. Red line (V) are all connected to VCC (either 5v or 3,3v). Black line (G) are all connected to GND.

Analog inputs/outputs Analog values go from 0 (0V) to 1024 (5V) From A0 to A5. You can use these pins to connect either inputs or outputs. You just have to configure them in the setup function.

Leds Power led: indicates that the board is on D13 led: Buit-in led Tx/Rx leds: indicate the transmission and reception of data