Have you ever wondered how data for new passwords, set values for temperature are stored inside Arduino memory when they are entered by an operator/user, and how this data is kept even when the power is lost??
This course will show you how this is done, It’s the magic of EEPROM
You will enter Microcontroller Advance EEPROM Memory World, and together we will make YOU a Professional.
Welcome to this course.
This course is dedicated to moving you to the next level, teaching you professional and advanced Memory handling techniques.
EEPROM makes it possible to save important data in a specific memory location. An EEPROM is basically a type of memory that you can use to store data even that won’t be lost even if the power is off, for sensitive, high priority data.
In this new course, I will teach you how you can use your Arduino internal memory EPROM and how you can add extra memory to permanently store data with your Arduino.
Now, as most of you know, storing data on Arduino is a very easy process, but when you want to store data that you need to keep, even when power is lost, this is a different story.
In this case, who will have to use a type of more called EEPROM? And we are going to examine this type in this Course.
This memory provides a very nice capability to your Arduino, which is storing data. Even if power is lost. Some Arduino boards allow you to permanently store data in their Internal EEPROM without having to keep the board plugged in. This course will teach you how to use the onboard EEPROM if your Arduino board has one.
We will also introduce you to an alternative method that allows you to use external EEPROM memory and connect it with your current Arduino board. You can use the knowledge from this course for any microcontroller that supports communicating over the I2C.
Unleash Your Inner Master With this Course
Arduino Advanced Programming Techniques
What is EEPROM?
Internal and External EEPROM in Arduino
How to download and install the required software for coding and for circuit simulation of the Arduino board.
Supported Arduino boards so that you can have one or make sure that the one you have supported or not. And if it is not supported, you shouldn’t worry. There is a section in this course where we will introduce you to a way that you can use to interface your Arduino board that does not have EPROM to an external EEPROM
How to interface the built-in EEPROM
Coding example and practical implementation.
How to use an external EEPROM and we will talk about a specific EEPROM IC that we are going to use. There are a lot of other alternative EEPROM ICs you can purchase anywhere.
EEPROM Practical Examples
Who this course is for:
Anyone looking to Master EEPROM using Arduino
Anyone looking to learn How to download and install the required software for coding and for circuit simulation of the Arduino board.
Anyone looking to learn How to use an external EEPROM
Anyone looking to know Supported Arduino boards to interface Arduino board that does not have EPROM to an external EEPROM
Anyone with a curiosity for making electronics
People with no experience in electronics
People with an intermediate knowledge of electronics
Anyone looking to learn How to interface the built-in EEPROM
Basic Knowledge in Arduino
Last Updated 11/2020