by Michael McRoberts

Safari, the world’s most comprehensive technology and business learning platform.

Find the exact information you need to solve a problem on the fly, or go deeper to master the technologies and skills you need to succeed

Start Free Trial

No credit card required

O'Reilly logo

Project 1 – LED Flasher

For the first project, you are going to repeat the LED blink sketch that you used during your testing stage. This time, however, you are going to connect an LED to one of the digital pins rather than using LED13, which is soldered to the board. You will also learn exactly how the hardware and the software for this project works, learning a bit about electronics and coding in the Arduino language (which is a variant of C) at the same time.

Parts Required

Breadboard images

5mm LED images

100 ohm Resistor*

Jumper Wires

*This value may ...

Find the exact information you need to solve a problem on the fly, or go deeper to master the technologies and skills you need to succeed

Start Free Trial

No credit card required