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==Overview==
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== Previous sections ==
This section is designed to teach the basic principles of LED wiring and usage, as well as to provide an  introduction to electronics and the electronics setup of the Arduino + LEGO Robot.
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*Getting started with Arduino
  
==Previous Modules==
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==Parts==
Using LEDs is designed to be the first section in this course. As such, there is no expectation of prior knowledge to the lessons in this section.
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*LEGO+Arduino Robot Base with DFRobot Motor Shield
 
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*2 LEDs (preferably Red, but the examples also use Orange LEDs) - can be found at www.sparkfun.com [http://www.sparkfun.com/products/533]
==Parts List==
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*At least four Jumper wires of various sizes and colors - These can be found anywhere, but the ones used in the examples came from a combination of www.sparkfun.com [http://www.sparkfun.com/products/8431] and www.jameco.com [http://www.jameco.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product_10001_10001_19290_-1]
In order to complete the projects in this section, you will need:
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*470Ω resistors - again, my be found in many places, but ours are from www.sparkfun.com [http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10969] (The sparkfun kit contains a large number of resistors of various types to suit any electronics projects you have in mind)
- LEGO+Arduino Robot Base with DFRobot Motor Shield
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- 2 LEDs (preferably Red, but the examples also use Orange LEDs) - can be found at www.sparkfun.com [http://www.sparkfun.com/products/533]
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-At least four Jumper wires of various sizes and colors - These can be found anywhere, but the ones used in the examples came from a combination of www.sparkfun.com [http://www.sparkfun.com/products/8431] and www.jameco.com [http://www.jameco.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product_10001_10001_19290_-1]
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-2 470Ω resistors - again, my be found in many places, but ours are from www.sparkfun.com [http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10969] (The sparkfun kit contains a large number of resistors of various types to suit any electronics projects you have in mind)
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Revision as of 13:31, 27 July 2012

ArduinoArduino Tutorials and Guided ProjectsLego + Arduino, Mobile Robotics Platform → Tutorials/Arduino Projects/Mobile Robotics/Lego/LED Prerequisites

Previous sections

  • Getting started with Arduino

Parts

  • LEGO+Arduino Robot Base with DFRobot Motor Shield
  • 2 LEDs (preferably Red, but the examples also use Orange LEDs) - can be found at www.sparkfun.com [1]
  • At least four Jumper wires of various sizes and colors - These can be found anywhere, but the ones used in the examples came from a combination of www.sparkfun.com [2] and www.jameco.com [3]
  • 470Ω resistors - again, my be found in many places, but ours are from www.sparkfun.com [4] (The sparkfun kit contains a large number of resistors of various types to suit any electronics projects you have in mind)