Arduino Interface V2

Copyright 2012 CERVER Design Studio, Robert Cervellione

Base Fermata Library Provided by SHARPDUINO Project

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What is it

The Arduino Interface is a quick and easy way to get your LED’s Blinking and your PWM modulated on an Arduino Uno or Leonardo Microcontroller.  It provides a simple easy way to access some basic functions of the microcontroller such as reading the Analogue Pins and Reading and Writing values to the Digital Pins.

There are options to set all the digital pins as either Input, Output, PWM,  or Servo with corresponding controllers for each.

The control works with the default fermata that comes pre-install on your board so you just have to unpack it and plug it in.

How does it Work