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utopiaopera

April 14, 2020

So when you hear people refer to 'pots', they are referring to potentiometers?

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The1&only_Hama

April 14, 2020

Am I dumb or this is hard to get ?

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BORA TURAN

April 14, 2020

very helpful but my output range for potentiometer was 120 to 540 and I don't know why? Can anyone help me what could be the reason?ı am very new to Arduino it is not necessary but ı am okay to a detailed explanation.thank you have a great day

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Fawk Yu

April 14, 2020

"Fartduino" – ehm…

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Ellis Dee

April 14, 2020

Will that software run on a chromebook?

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anshul negi

April 14, 2020

So now I am not going to college

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Adam’s Sound, Art and Music Projects

April 14, 2020

Thanks for sharing I'm going to make a sound sculpture using CCTV cameras and Arduinos all going well.

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Мой европейский жидобандеровский господин

April 14, 2020

Хуясе, тут субтитры есть!

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Lisp Nagya

April 14, 2020

My first arduino was a nano, i need it for school stuff, and due to a project to test the borders, i got myself a leonardo, basically an uno with a better chip that talks to the computer directly~

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Ahmed Morse

April 14, 2020

You are amazing at learning ❤️❤️

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Cosmic

April 14, 2020

Here during the pandemic lockdown and bought an Arduino kit so I have something useful to do

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Random8channel ?

April 14, 2020

Coool

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Milk

April 14, 2020

I got a small arduino

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xXScyzorXx Endrerud

April 14, 2020

what did he use to conect the cables and such things?

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xXScyzorXx Endrerud

April 14, 2020

i dont have the cabels he used in my kit

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CH33SET0AST , [B]

April 14, 2020

Great, thanks

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WrOx43

April 14, 2020

is it ok to learn and make and do stuff with these in year 10 😂?

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NoobOfDoom

April 14, 2020

I prefer Aliexpress for buying these

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JustBeLikeBrett

April 14, 2020

Seems like PLC programming with more steps.

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Eric Koontz

April 14, 2020

The uno clone i have has the blink sketch pre loaded everytime i hook to usb the L led blinks. i suppose i could add code to the bare sketch to turn off the blink.

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G Kess

April 14, 2020

Almost made it to 12 minutes!

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SnoKnight

April 14, 2020

did everyone just miss fartduino

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Bakthavathsal Kadambi

April 14, 2020

Excellent intro tutorial on Arduino . Thanks for sharing. I got a arduino uno3 kit as a gift from my son, and i didnot know what to do with it, all these days. Now, possibly, i would open the kit and start understanding the uno3 and use the various components and breadboard available in the kit.

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Rathan Muruganantham

April 14, 2020

Don't mind me, just a note for future self.
8:51

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Pete Fowler

April 14, 2020

Nicely done – very informative and to the point

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Vishank Patel

April 14, 2020

This is amazing! Just completed my 12th grade and have got 5 months to learn WHATEVER I want! I'm looking forward to a bachelors in Applied Physics, so, if you think theres anything that I should learn which could be helpful for that, please let me know down here. Thanks already!😄😄😄

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Samuel McClintock

April 14, 2020

He said eth er net,

I laugh at him, l o l,

He is a dumbass.

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Peter D Morrison

April 14, 2020

You can learn how to run the "Blink" sketch in 15 minutes. That doesn't make you an engineer or a programmer. Why do you think such dumb questions get asked on the forums?

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Manuel Camelo

April 14, 2020

THANKS now I'm an Electronics Engineer specialized in Navigation Avionics working currently at NASA.

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Name1098

April 14, 2020

Any commercial HVAC guys in these comments?

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Trent Jackson

April 14, 2020

Very professional. Are you reading from script when you speak? You would have to be. You make no mistakes. Just a note on PWM for controlling motors – it is the ONLY way, and without a capacitor! At low speeds on the motor there is significant torque control improvements over simply just current or voltage limiting the load with some sort of non-switching DC arrangement. Do you tend to agree Sir?

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Jelow

April 14, 2020

The language is very similair to C#

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Timur The Terrible

April 14, 2020

Is he using XP?

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Municorn rabeh

April 14, 2020

First reaction: .O. its not 15 minutes! They lied!
*actually watches* Worth the extra minute.

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Hoàngg Lê

April 14, 2020

test auto comment 4

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Lyfe Bytes

April 14, 2020

struggling to learn python “I feel personally attacked.”

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Lucas Bernard

April 14, 2020

It's pronounced "ethernet", not "ethernet."

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