Hands on Training in Arduino Microcontroller

  • Last Update : November 23, 2021
  • English
  • 15 students Per Batch
4.9 (20 Review)
total 30 hours
Who can take this course

This certification course is designed for students and professionals, who are,

  • DIY Enthusiasts with minimum qualification of VI standard
  • School / ITI / Diploma / B.E / B.Tech students of any Engineering stream
  • Interested in Robotics
  • Willing to develop projects using Arduino Microcontrollers
  • Teaching professionals
  • Researchers who are willing to learn advance microcontrollers
  • Course Description

    Arduino, the family of open-source single-board microcontrollers, can power a variety of complex projects, from robots to wearable tech. Arduino enables programmers to experiment with hardware and build interactive, digital projects connected to lights, sensors, and motors. This course introduces you to the Arduino microcontroller, showing how to interface with three common components: an LCD screen, a seven-segment LED, and a keypad.

    Arduino helps engineers and DIY enthusiasts build functional, interactive prototypes and electronics projects. Integrating analog devices allows you to take your Arduino projects to the next level, bridging the digital and physical worlds. With analog components, you can collect data from sensors, make motors run, and display information to users. This course teaches you the basics you need to get started.

    Pulse width modulation (PWM) is an essential skill for connecting Arduino microcontrollers to motors or lights, providing a way to approximate analog voltage levels with digital signals. Using PWM, you can control and program the brightness of lights and the speed of motors—bringing your projects to life. 

    This technology is relatively easy to pick up, even for those without an electronics background.

  • Course Content
    • Foundations of Arduino

      • Introduction to Arduino
      • Creating Arduino Program
      • Interfacing with Output
      • Interfacing with Input
    • Interfacing with Hardware

      • Interfacing with LCD
      • Interfacing with 7-segment LED directly
      • Interfacing with 7-segment LED with Shift registers
      • Interfacing with Keypad
    • Interfacing with Analog Devices

      • Different types of Analog Inputs
      • Different types of Analog Outputs
      • Interfacing stepper motors
      • Projects: Use joystick to control LED, Use LDR to control motor and Use joystick to control motor
    • Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)

      • Introduction to PWM
      • Using Analog inputs to drive PWM output
      • LED’s with PWM
      • Motor control with PWM
    • Arduino Prototying

      • Tackle you own hardware prototyping using Arduino
      • Introduction to C programming for Embedded Applications.
      • Certification Exam
      • Expert talk and Future study
Duration 30Hrs
Number of Students 15 students per batch (for individual attention)
Mode of Training Offline
Timing 7.00 p.m to 8.30 p.m


Course fees reduction will be provided for a group of 5 students from the same school / college / organisation.

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