Questions tagged [arduino-uno]

The Arduino Uno is the most common of the Arduino boards. It is based on the ATmega328P microcontroller.

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Does Arduino Uno R3 require cooling in a closure?

I was looking at getting an enclosure to house my Arduino Uno R3, but I'm not sure if I should also attach a fan. Does anyone have experience with this? It doesn't look like much heat is being ...
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How do I figure out if my board is approaching end of life?

I have a uno that I have been using for 3 years now. I will be using it again in a rather critical project in which failure on the part of the board could be rather expensive and dangerous. So, I ...
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Arduino Uno R2 and Ethernet Shield R3 compatibility

I bought an Ethernet Shield R3 for my Arduino Uno R2, but since R3 has extra pins it does not fit. Can I use the shield? Should I cut off the extra pins. What do I need to do to make it work?
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How do I communicate with the Uno using R through RStudio? [closed]

I am working on a real time application which is recording sensor data continuously. I need to process the data in realtime using R. Is there a way to connect and communicate with the uno board ...
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How to pause Arduino for 1 millisecond through MATLAB?

I have been able to connect MATLAB to my Uno with this line of code: a = arduino('COM4'); through this package: Matlab support package for Arduino. Right now, MATLAB is my main script that will ...
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Installing a different firmware on Arduino

Is it possible to upgrade the firmware on an Arduino so that it can do more things such as change undervolting/ overvolting in order to provide more processing power. To do this you would have to most ...
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Is an Arduino capable of running 24/7?

I'm making a simple Arduino web server and I want to keep it turned on all the time. So it must endure to stay working continuously. I'm using an Arduino Uno with a Ethernet Shield. It's powered ...
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