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Basic input and output on the Netduino

Posted on Friday, December 21st, 2012 in tutorials by DP

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Embedded-Lab is doing a series of tutorials for the Netduino, the open source Arduino shield compatible platform using the .Net Micro Framework. The first tutorial in the series is a how to on implementing basic input and output.

We will start our Netduino tutorial series with a very basic project of flashing an LED. The objective of this project is to explore basics of Netduino I/O pins as well as to make sure that everything is setup correctly, including software installation and hardware setup. In this project, we will use an Analog pin to read a potentiometer’s analog output, and a digital pin to flash an LED.

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2 Responses to “Basic input and output on the Netduino”

  1. Stephen says:

    A typo on the description, “The fist tutorial in the series…”

  2. Sleepwalker3 says:

    No it’s not a typo, they’re giving ‘Fist tutorials’ for one of the other threads where things were getting rather heated over who did what with ‘duinos ;)

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