Programio-ide-arduino-PrograminoLab-V2 - PROGRAMINO Software for Arduino™

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PROGRAMINO IDE - Programino-Lab



Turn your Arduino™ board into a measuring station for your laboratory.

  • Voltage autoscale.
  • Logger function.
  • Serial communication
  • Analog gauges (analog input).
  • Digital mutlimeter (analog input).
  • Analog plotter (analog input).
  • LEDs (digital input).
  • Digital Button (digital port).
  • Analog slider (analog port - PWM).



Analog Voltmeter
  • The four analog voltmeters can be used as multi-channel voltmeters.
  • The display has an autoscale function.
  • The analog inputs A0, A1, A2 and A3 are used for this purpose (Arduino UNO).
  • However, you can change the inputs to other pins in the firmware.

Digital Output
  • You can use the buttons on the right side for digital output.
  • In the firmware, the digital outputs 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 are used for this function.
  • You can change the outputs in the firmware for your board.



Analog Output
  • With the PWM controllers you can output analog (PWM) values at pins 3, 5 and 6 (Arduino UNO).
  • You can use them to control a motor driver, for example.



Digital Voltmeter
  • The digital voltmeter is similar to the analog voltmeter, but still has a bargraph display.



Analog Plotter
  • The analog plotter records up to 4 channels.
  • It has an Autoscal function.



Digital Inputs
  • The LED indicators allow you to visually view the status of digital inputs.
  • The firmware uses the Arduino™ inputs A4, A5, 2, 4 and 7 (Arduino™ UNO) for this application.
  • You can also customize these individually.



Settings

Voltage Divider: Here you can specify the divider of the external voltage divider for the analog inputs.

ADC Voltage Reference: Here you can specify the reference voltage of the ADC.
Common voltages are 1, 1.1, 3.3 or 5 volts.


Download the Programino Lab firmware to your Arduino™ board.

The firmware is located under "Programino Examples\Programino-Lab".



Now you can play with the Programino Lab!

Example Code:



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