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M5 is an open learning environment for ECE undergraduate students. It is located on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus in Marcus Hall, Room 5.
  
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MODULES::

>> This section lists the M5 modules (hardware and/or software objects) which have been developed to date. The current set utilize or extend the functionality of the Arduino platform. These modules are narrow in scope by design. They are meant to be used as reference systems. It is expected that most students will use multiple modules in conjunction with one another to build Arduino-based projects. The tutorials section of this website provides detailed information on how to build and use the modules.

BASIC DIGITAL OUTPUT:

LED Blink

LED Fade

BASIC DIGITAL INPUT:

Pushbutton switch to LED control

Switch Debounce

BASIC ANALOG INPUT:

Voltage Divider

Potentiometer

CdS Cell (Photocell)

Flex Sensor

INTERFACE WITH HARDWARE:

Multiple LEDs on one Output Pin

Controlling a Solenoid, Motor or Fan with a Transistor

Controlling High Current Devices with a Relay

DC Motor (Speed and Direction) with H-Bridge

Stepper Motor Controller

MIDI / SOUND:

Simple MIDI Out Circuit

Analog In to MIDI Out Circuit

PWM Sound Generator

INPUT / OUTPUT EXPANSION

Parallel to Serial Shift Register (input expansion)

MAX7221 LED Driver (SPI Control)

 

 

 

 

 

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