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Install SIK Code Library

This is only applicable if you have a RedBoard and want to use the SIK Code Library.

  1. Go to SIK product page and click on SIK Code Library link.
  2. Or if you just want to download the code library here is the link https://www.sparkfun.com/sikcode
  3. Once it’s downloaded, extract it to
  • (directory to arduino)/arduino-1.6.9/examples
  • Once extracted, it should show ../arduino-1.6.9/examples/SIK_Guide_Code_32
  1. Restart Arduino
  2. Go to Files > Examples and you should be able to see SIK_Guide_Code_32

Install FTDI Drivers

  1. Plug in the USB cable to the RedBoard and computer.
  2. When I plug in I get an error message “Device driver software was not successfully installed”. It shows FT231X USB UART in the list and the message next to it says “No driver found”
  3. This is because you have not installed FTDI drivers.
  4. Go to How to Install FTDI Drivers page on Sparkfun. (https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/how-to-install-ftdi-drivers/all)
  5. It will explain what it is and why you need it. Important part is the link to download the driver which is this link.
  6. It’s about 2MB. Click OK to download it.
  7. When the download is complete, run it.
  8. Installer with a title FTDI CDM Drivers should pop up. Follow through instructions.
  9. Once the installation is complete, the LED on board blinks and the system tray message pops up to notify that the driver is installed. Yay!

I had a small issue while running the FTDI CDM Drivers installer. After clicking Extract button I get a cryptic error message that says “The requested operation requires elevation.” What?? I tried running it again and this time it shows User Access Control message. I guess the previous error was due to permission error. It was all happy second time.

How To Install Arduino IDE 2.0 On Windows 10/11  [ 2023 Update ] Arduino Uno Complete Guide
How To Install Arduino IDE 2.0 On Windows 10/11 [ 2023 Update ] Arduino Uno Complete Guide

Step 1: Download File Arduino IDE

Click the link below to download the Software :

On that page, there are 3 download options for Windows.

  • Windows Installer : The software will be installed in Windows operating system and required admin access.
  • Windows Zip file : To make a portable installation.
  • Windows App : for Windows 8.1 or 10.

I suggest the first option. because it directly install all your needs to use the Arduino IDE Software, and include drivers for the the Arduino board. If you choose the Zip file you need to install the driver manually.

Click Windows Installer, then click “just download” or “Contribute & Download”.

After the download is complete, open the installer file and start installing.

Downloading and Installing the Arduino IDE 2

In this tutorial, we will show how to download and install the Arduino IDE 2 on your Windows, Mac, or Linux computer.

You can easily download the editor from the Arduino Software page.

Requirements

  • Windows – Win 10 and newer, 64 bits
  • Linux – 64 bits
  • Mac OS X – Version 10.14: “Mojave” or newer, 64 bits

The Arduino IDE 2

The Arduino IDE 2 is an open-source project. It is a big step from its sturdy predecessor, Arduino IDE 1.x, and comes with revamped UI, improved board & library manager, debugger, autocomplete feature and much more.

Download the Editor

Downloading the Arduino IDE 2 is done through the Arduino Software page. Here you will also find information on the other editors available to use.

Installation

Windows

To install the Arduino IDE 2 on a Windows computer, simply run the file downloaded from the software page.

Follow the instructions in the installation guide. The installation may take several minutes.

You can now use the Arduino IDE 2 on your Windows computer!

macOS

To install the Arduino IDE 2 on a macOS computer, simply copy the downloaded file into your application folder.

You can now use the Arduino IDE 2 on your macOS computer!

Linux

To install the Arduino IDE 2 on Linux, first download the AppImage 64 bits (X86-64) from the Arduino Software page.

Before we can launch the editor, we need to first make it an executable file. This is done by:

  • right-click the file,
  • choose Properties,
  • select Permissions tab,
  • tick the Allow executing file as program box.

You can now double click the file to launch the Arduino IDE 2 on your Linux machine. In case you cannot run the AppImage file, make sure that FUSE is installed on your system.

In Ubuntu (>= 22.04):

1sudo add-apt-repository universe2sudo apt install libfuse2

In Fedora

1dnf install fuse

See instructions for installing FUSE on your distribution here.

To enable the Arduino IDE to access the serial port and upload code to your board, the following rule can be added to

.

/etc/udev/rules.d/99-arduino.rules

1SUBSYSTEMS==”usb”, ATTRS{idVendor}==”2341″, GROUP=”plugdev”, MODE=”0666″

Suggested changes

The content on docs.arduino.cc is facilitated through a public GitHub repository. You can read more on how to contribute in the contribution policy.

License

The Arduino documentation is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 license.

Downloads

How to Install Arduino Software IDE on Computer / Laptop
How to Install Arduino Software IDE on Computer / Laptop

Introduction: How to Install the Arduino IDE Software on Windows 10 #Arduino_1

In this article. I will show you how to install the Arduino IDE software on Windows 10.

Arduino IDE is software for progaming Arduino Board. This software is used as a text editor to create, open, edit, and validate Code for Arduino. The Code or Program in Arduino is called “sketch”.

Beside the text editor, This application is also include :

  • Compailer : to make sure the sketch is correct
  • Uploader : to upload sketch to the arduino boards

This application will be used to create arduino projects which I will post in the next article.

Let’ start.

Arduino IDE 2.3.1

The new major release of the Arduino IDE is faster and even more powerful! In addition to a more modern editor and a more responsive interface it features autocompletion, code navigation, and even a live debugger.

For more details, please refer to the Arduino IDE 2.0 documentation.

Nightly builds with the latest bugfixes are available through the section below.

SOURCE CODE

The Arduino IDE 2.0 is open source and its source code is hosted on GitHub.

Nightly Builds

Download a preview of the incoming release with the most updated features and bugfixes.

Windows macOS Version 10.14: “Catalina” or newer, 64 bitsLinux AppImage 64 bits (X86-64)Linux ZIP file 64 bits (X86-64)

How To Install Arduino On Windows 10/11  [ 2022 Update ] Complete Step by Step Guide
How To Install Arduino On Windows 10/11 [ 2022 Update ] Complete Step by Step Guide

Download and Install the Drivers

If you are using the OpenEnergyMonitor USB to serial UART Programmer, do not follow the instructions for installing the drivers on the Arduino website, instead download the drivers from https://learn.openenergymonitor.org/electricity-monitoring/programmers/ftdi-programmer.

If you are using the OpenEnergyMonitor USB to serial UART Programmer sold before January, 2021, follow these instructions: https://learn.openenergymonitor.org/electricity-monitoring/programmers/wicked-device to install the drivers.

Make sure you restart the Arduino IDE after installing the drivers. Before you connect the
programmer, check

Tools > Port

[or

Serial Port

]. If

Port

is greyed out, that’s OK, if not and any

COM

(serial) ports are listed, make a note of which they are. Now connect the programmer and
your module (emonTx, emonTH, etc). Go back to the main menu and select

Tools

again. [Serial]

Port

should be available and showing a new port. Select that port. Under

Tools > Board

ensure

Arduino/Genuino Uno

is selected.

If you have a favourite text editor, you can use it instead of the built-in editor. Select

File > Preferences

and tick the box

Use external editor

. When you use an external editor, your workflow
is slightly different. You must still open the sketch in the IDE, but the IDE does not open your editor –
you must yourself open the sketch file in your external editor, and save the file when editing is
done. Then you switch to the IDE where you can click

Verify

or

Upload

and the IDE will read
the file again and then proceed to compile it (“Verify”) or compile and upload it (“Upload”).

Read the section on Installing the Libraries before you set your Sketchbook location (under

Preferences

).

How To Setup Arduino on Windows

This guide was written while I was preparing for Arduino tutorial for a group of students. The first part of the guide should work for any general Arduino installation on computers without admin access. These have been tried on Windows 7, 8 and 10. The later part of the guide covers how to add Sparkfun Inventor’s Kit code libraries as an example. You can add other libraries by replacing the SIK code library to your own.

###Contents

Terms of Service

By downloading the software from this page, you agree to the specified terms.

The Arduino software is provided to you “as is” and we make no express or implied warranties whatsoever with respect to its functionality, operability, or use, including, without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or infringement. We expressly disclaim any liability whatsoever for any direct, indirect, consequential, incidental or special damages, including, without limitation, lost revenues, lost profits, losses resulting from business interruption or loss of data, regardless of the form of action or legal theory under which the liability may be asserted, even if advised of the possibility or likelihood of such damages.

How To Install Arduino IDE 2.0.4 On Windows 10/11 [ 2023 Update ] | Arduino Uno Complete Guide
How To Install Arduino IDE 2.0.4 On Windows 10/11 [ 2023 Update ] | Arduino Uno Complete Guide

Installing Arduino

  1. Go to Arduino website https://www.arduino.cc/

  2. Go to Download tab

  3. Select Windows – ZIP file for non admin install

  4. Select Just Download

  5. Download should start for file arduino-1.6.9-windows.zip

  6. Once the download is complete, extract the files in the directory such as Documents or similar.

  7. There should be a folder called arduino-1.6.9. Open it.

  8. You should be able to find arduino.exe file. Double-click to run.

Issues

  1. Error message pops up “This application was configured to use a bundled Java Runtime Environment but the runtime is missing or corrupted.”

Solution #1

  • DONT’T USE WINDOWS DEFAULT UNZIP
  • Use programs like 7zip or other similar program to extract the zip file.
  • When I used default Windows ‘extract all’ it didn’t create half the folders which included java.

Solution #2

  • Try downloading the Hourly Builds (Under the box that says Arduino 1.6.9 on Downloads page)
  • Select Windows and it should start downloading.
  • Once download is complete, extract the files
  • Try running the arduino.exe file now.
  1. Security warning pops up and requires Admin access to allow it. Depending on how the computer is setup, it might block Java runtime. Unfortunately in this case you’ll need to talk to the IT department or people who are managing the computer system to allow access. I haven’t found a bypass yet.

Run Serial

To check that serial is set up properly, try running the serial example.

  1. Open example sketch
  • File > Examples > 01.Basics > AnalogReadSerial
  1. Click upload.
  2. Open serial monitor
  • Tools > Serial Monitor
  1. The serial monitor should pop up and rows of numbers should display.
How to Install Arduino IDE on Windows 10/11
How to Install Arduino IDE on Windows 10/11

Arduino PLC IDE 1.0.3

Program using IEC 61131-3 languages and mix Arduino sketches through Arduino PLC IDE! Configure easily your pre-mapped resources and get quick no code fieldbus support, dive into your code analysis thanks to the wide set of debugging tools.

For more details, please refer to Arduino PLC IDE documentation.

DOWNLOAD OPTIONS

Both files are required

Version 1.0.4 coming soon

Step 8: Display Arduino IDE

This is a display of the Arduino IDE Software. The application is ready to be used to create amazing projects. Wait for my next article about a simple project using arduino.

That was a tutorial from me. If there are question, just write them in the coments column.

Installing the Arduino IDE – Windows 10

by Robert Wall

Arduino themselves have a wealth of information on installing the IDE on most operating systems in the ‘Get Started’ part of their website. Be sure to read through this before continuing.

Download the latest Arduino IDE (use your favourite search engine on “Arduino IDE”) and click on

Windows Installer

.

This will download a file with a name like “arduino-1.8.3-windows.exe” (the name will change depending on the version) to your usual location. Double-click on that file and allow it to install in the normal way. Part way through the installation, it will ask for the components to install. For our purposes, you do not need to install the USB driver, you will later need to install the Future Technology Devices International or the Silicon Labs drivers.

When the installation finishes, the progress bar will show “Completed”.

How to Download and Install Arduino IDE Software on Windows 10
How to Download and Install Arduino IDE Software on Windows 10

Run Blink

FYI – I’m using RedBoard that’s part of Sparkfun Inventor’s Kit v3.2

  1. Open Arduino and click on Tools.
  2. Go to Board and select the correct board type that you’re using. Mine is Board:Arduino/Genuino Uno
  3. Go to Port and select the correct COM port.
  4. Open an example sketch
  • File > Examples > 01.Basics > Blink
  1. Click Upload (round arrow button at the top)
  2. The status message at the bottom should show “Done uploading.” if successful.
  3. You should see a blue LED blinking on the board.

Download the Arduino Software (IDE)

Get the latest version from the download page. You can choose between the Installer (.exe) and the Zip packages. We suggest you use the first one that installs directly everything you need to use the Arduino Software (IDE), including the drivers. With the Zip package you need to install the drivers manually. The Zip file is also useful if you want to create a portable installation.

When the download finishes, proceed with the installation and please allow the driver installation process when you get a warning from the operating system.

The process will extract and install all the required files to execute properly the Arduino Software (IDE)

The text of the Arduino getting started guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License. Code samples in the guide are released into the public domain.

Suggested changes

The content on docs.arduino.cc is facilitated through a public GitHub repository. You can read more on how to contribute in the contribution policy.

License

The Arduino documentation is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 license.

Arduino Bangla Tutorial Part-2: How to Install Arduino IDE and Arduino Driver Software for Computer
Arduino Bangla Tutorial Part-2: How to Install Arduino IDE and Arduino Driver Software for Computer

Arduino IDE 1.8.19

The open-source Arduino Software (IDE) makes it easy to write code and upload it to the board. This software can be used with any Arduino board.

Refer to the Arduino IDE 1.x documentation for installation instructions.

SOURCE CODE

Active development of the Arduino software is hosted by GitHub. See the instructions for building the code. Latest release source code archives are available here. The archives are PGP-signed so they can be verified using this gpg key.

Previous Releases

Download the previous version of the current release, the classic 1.0.x, or old beta releases.

DOWNLOAD OPTIONS

Previous Release 1.8.18 Arduino 1.0.x Arduino 1.5.x beta

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