It is now time to review some of the major concepts and solidify your understanding.
Answer the following questions using the resources associated with the Arduino pages.
You might also need to search for some of the answers on other websites.
1... What exactly is an arduino? What does it allow you to do? Describe it in 4 to 5 sentences.
2... Draw the Arduino and label the following: USB jack, Digital Pins, Reset Button, Power LED, Power Pins, Analog Pins and Power Jack.
3... The Arduino software is known as open source, what does this term mean? What are two advantages to open source software? What are two disadvantages?
4... What are two advantages to open source software? What are two disadvantages?
5... Explain the difference between analog and digital electronics. Provide some examples for each.
6... What does the Serial Monitor allow us to do? How does it help in debugging a program or a connected circuit?
7... How does a tilt switch work?
8... Write the arduino programming code that will setup two LEDs, one in pin 13 and one in pin 7. The program will then turn on the LED in pin 7 for three seconds, then turn it off for two seconds, then turn on the LED in pin 7 for two seconds, then turn it off for 1 second.