Project sketches using Vernier Sensors with Arduino. The Vernier Library is used where appropriate. Please see VernierLib for additional sketches.
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BornVernierHalfLifeSimulator
Vernier3DAAutoscale
VernierAnalogSensorThreshold
VernierBirthdayCandle
VernierCount
VernierDigitalAutoID
VernierFreq_Motion
VernierFrequency
VernierHandControl1
VernierHandControl2
VernierHandControl4-1
VernierHandControl4-2
VernierISE
VernierLaserTracker
VernierLaserTrackerAutoOn
VernierLibDemo
VernierLibDemoDCU
VernierLibDemoMotionDetector
VernierMotionDetector
VernierMotionDetectorThreshold
VernierMousetrap
VernierPendulumDriver
VernierPhotogate
VernierPingPongPID
VernierRadiation
VernierRotary
VernierServo
VernierThermistor
VernierThermistorDisplay
VernierThermistorStore
libraries
LICENSE.md
README.md

README.md

Using Arduino and Vernier Sensors

Overview

Vernier has always supported hands-on, do-it-yourself projects for students (or teachers). The availability of very inexpensive, easy-to-program microcomputers, like the Arduino, makes projects easy and affordable.

We posted a guide to Using Vernier sensors with Arduino. It is a free guide to connecting, calibrating, writing programs, and doing fun projects with our sensors. The guide references sketches included in this repository.

All sketches are developed by Vernier.

Include the VernierLib library in your version of the Arduino IDE to make using Vernier sensors easy.

License

This projected is licensed under the terms of the MIT license.