# Engineering 1-2

### Syllabus:

2017_Fall_Syllabus_Eng1_Block_7_Baharav.pdf

### Book

"Sparkfun Inventor's Kit for Arduino - V3.3 with New Simon says Circuit Experiment". It is a kit of hardware AND a book. The lessons will follow most of the book, and they will use the hardware.
Book:Amazon ; SparkFun

## Updates and current projects are all here:

Engineering course github

### Wiki pages

We will be using extensively (for projects, homework) the wikipages:

### Useful tips and tricks

1. Powering arduino:
1. By 9V battery: Instructables.

### Classes Table

TOPIC(S) DETAILS
('need to know')
UNIT 0:
Micro controller and Arduino
Intro
• Run "Hello world" on Arduino (LED on board blinking).
Setting up the environment.
Follow directions in here: Unit0_Arduino_SettingUp.pdf ; [docx]
1. Syllabus, WikiSpace, projects. Final project.
UNIT 1:
LED off board and Morse-code
Intro
• Run "Hello world" on Arduino (LED off board blinking).
Project: "Morse Code"

Sample solution files:
Additional resources and background. We'll talk in class a little bit about semiconductors, but if you ignore the 'p' and 'n' topics in the below, they are very useful:
WikiSpace project pages
1. SIK guide: 5V board (USB); How breadboard works. What is LED (SIK Guide). Software: OnBoard LED blinking.
2. Choosing LED resistor: Example web ; Good data sheet OK data sheet . Software: OffBoard LED blinking.
UNIT 2:
Circuits
Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's rules
Experiments from the SIK guide (you can get the PDF on the web, see link above):
• Experiment 2: potentiometer
• Experiment 4: Multiple LEDs
Project: "Array of LEDs"
A code-controlled chain (or matrix) of light emitting diodes, and turning these on and off in a predefined sequence.
1. Measure also the voltages and currents in various points in the circuits.
2. Schematic!! Use Fritzing.
1. WikiSpace project pages
2. Unit2_Circuits1.pdf
3. Finish stuff on wikispaces, start on Final project.
4. Schematic: Use Fritzing.
5. Practice Quiz
UNIT 3:
Digital and Analog
PWM, Logic circuits
Experiments from the SIK guide (you can get the PDF on the web, see link above):
• Experiment 3: Color LED
Project: "Color LED"
A code-controlled color sequencing.
1. Input from console. Communication resource, Processing and Arduino: Tutorial

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### Final Project Table

##### Resources for parts:

Week DETAILS
('need to know')
MILESTONE RESOURCES+
Week 1:
Intro + Ideas
Intro
• Scope of project.
• Structure of the project work.
• Process.
• List of possible ideas.
• Pros and cons for each, complexity, risk.