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Arduino Serial Monitor Another tool you can use to see the output is the Serial Plotter, which is found on the Tools menu (Figure 2-24). It provides a graphical representation of the output. 46 Chapter 2 ■ Arduino, Ethernet, and WiFi Figure 2-24. begin(). begin(9600); The begin() function of the Serial class accepts the baud rate in bits per second. It opens the serial port for communication and sets the data rate to 9600bps. 9600 bits per second is the default for the Arduino, and is perfectly adequate for the majority of users, but you could change it to one of these rates: 300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14400, 19200, 28800, 38400, 57600, or 115200.
The Arduino board can use USB power while uploading sketches and testing with a computer or preforming serial communications with a computer. Alternatively, you can use any type of 5V USB power supply if you are not planning to use the USB cable as the communications link between Arduino and the computer. Figure 2-2. Arduino UNO powered with USB 9V AC/DC Adapter This is also called a wall wart (Figure 2-3). However, you can use an AC/DC adapter that can supply between 7-12V with a center-positive connector.
Simply double-click on the icon to start the Arduino IDE. If it prompts you with a Windows Security Alert. Just click on the Allow Access button to proceed. The IDE is loaded with a default sketch (Figure 2-13). The menu bar and toolbar provide a host of options and configurations to work with Arduino boards. Figure 2-13. The Arduino IDE 34 Chapter 2 ■ Arduino, Ethernet, and WiFi Where Is the libraries Folder? All libraries that can be used to write Arduino sketches are located inside the libraries folder.