Let’s go back to basics: you attended the Arduino 101 workshop (pre-requisite for this class), got really excited about creating your own projects, but you never had any sort of electronics training before. Fear not! In this 2 hour workshop you will learn (basic level):
• Electricity concepts (voltage, current, and wattage)
• How to use a multimeter to measure components and circuits
• How to identify resistors, capacitor, diodes and LEDs
• How to read simple schematics and use a breadboard to create the circuit
• Adding a distance sensor to the Arduino
• Adding a motor driver to the Arduino
Please bring your laptop: you won’t be able to attend this class without it... We’ll have kits for use during the class.
Pre-requisites: Arduino 101 workshop (Arduino IDE installation and usage, loading sketches to board, serial monitoring and basic coding) or equivalent knowledge.
Attention: If you don’t feel comfortable in dealing with electricity and/or feel it is dangerous, please skip this workshop. Even tough we’ll be dealing only with low voltages there is always a risk of a minor shock.
Max class size of 4. Non-Members: $60 Members: $40
Refund policy: We currently do not offer refunds or transfers between classes. You may, however, transfer your ticket to another person who is 18 or older. If you need help finding someone to take your spot, you are welcome to post in the class event on our Facebook page, or ask us to share your email address with the class waitlist.
For your personal safety, please wear closed-toe shoes, tie long hair back, and avoid any dangling jewelry or baggy clothing.
You do not need to bring a printed ticket.