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If you're looking for a powerful embedded Arduino compatible board for your next idea, these benchmarks should help you find the most powerful board. We have used both the Dhrystone and CoreMark benchmarking tools to rate a variety of common Arduino compatible boards so you don't have to waste time with a slow processor. All granular information, charts and code examples are available on the web page below, and don't forget to like and subscribe if you enjoyed this video. Arduino Compatible Board Benchmarks 🤍 #Arduino #benchmark #performance
Arduino Due vs Arduino Mega 2560 Pi Benchmark In this video we compare Arduino Due and Arduino Mega 2560 R3. We want to measure how much faster the 32bit Arduino Due is. In order to do this, we use a sketch that implements an algorithm to calculate π. It is the Newton approximantion algorithm to calculate π. We run this algorithm to Arduino and compare the time needed to execute 100.000 iterations of the algorithm. 💻 Code & Parts: 🤍 Want to learn to code? 👨💻 Check my new YouTube channel: 🤍 The original code in Arduino forums: 🤍
Raspberry Pi Pico VS ESP32 S2 speed comparison benchmark using CircuitPython Which board is faster? 🛒 ESP32 S2: 🤍 🛒 Raspberry Pi Pico: 🤍 🛒 Display: 🤍 🛒 USB Meter: 🤍 💻 Code: 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 #circuitpython #educ8stv #raspberrypi In this video I am going to do a speed comparison between the Raspberry Pi Pico and the ESP32 S2 board, two of the most powerful and inexpensive boards for makers. Before running the computation speed benchmark, I have developed, let’s take a quick look at the most basic specs of each board to get a sense of what to expect. The Raspberry Pico board features two 32-bit Arm Cortex M0+ cores operating at 133Mhz. It also offers 264KBs of RAM memory and 2MB of Flash memory and it costs at the time of this recording around $7. The Lilygo ESP32 S2 Board on the other hand features a single-core 32-bit LX7 microcontroller operating at 240MHz. It also offers 320KBs of RAM memory and 4MBs of Flash memory. Its price today is around $8. So, based on the specifications, we can conclude that the ESP32 S2 is faster than the Raspberry Pi Pico in single-core workloads. How much faster is the question? We can't know without running a benchmark, because the boards employ processors with different architectures. Based on the operating frequencies of each board, we can estimate that the ESP32 S2 single core performance will be roughly 80% faster than the Raspberry Pi Pico's single core performance. Is this correct?
Arduino Due vs Arduino Uno Pi Benchmark In this video we compare Arduino Due and Arduino Uno. We want to measure how much faster the 32bit Arduino Due is. In order to do this, we use a sketch that implements an algorithm to calculate π. It is the Newton approximantion algorithm to calculate π. We run this algorithm to Arduino and compare the time needed to execute 100.000 iterations of the algorithm. 💻 Code & Parts: 🤍 Want to learn to code? 👨💻 Check my new YouTube channel: 🤍 The original code in Arduino forums: 🤍
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There is a lot out there comparing c based Python and C on PCs but little on comparison in micros. This video explores the differences from running MicroPython and Arduino on a small position servo. A simple benchmark is demonstrated.
Using the #ESP32 and compare the speed to a #Arduino Mega 2560(clone) and Arduino Nano ATmega328p (clone). Video (kind of) inspired by Ralph S Bacon (🤍 🤍 Arduino Speed Example code: 🤍 🤍 Development Environment ubuntu 17.04 64 Bit (🤍 Eclipse Oxygen (🤍 esp-idf 3924594aed7f44a09b6137479ca1ca18d138c310 Mon Sep 18 19:32:39 2017 +0800 (🤍 xtensa-esp32-elf-gcc (crosstool-NG crosstool-ng-1.22.0-73-ge28a011) 5.2.0 (🤍 Arduino 1.8.4 (🤍 arduino-esp32 commit 79ee46ead23fd91669ac4fd60b8ac8a8e482dd90 Thu Sep 14 10:42:29 2017 +0300 (🤍 With CC or Public domain Pictures from pixabay 🤍 🤍
How Fast is each Model How fast is Arduino, really? Not the MCU clock speed, but how fast can it complete an instruction. We look at 4 different Arduinos and compare how fast they can turn an LED on and off. You might be surprised. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Diodes: The basic building block of all digital circuits" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Whilst testing our Quad copter command center with our modified aero-quad software we ran into hiccups on the PC serial end. This little program was run to benchmark our serial speed. FYI PC CPU = intel i5 2500k TB🤍3.7Ghz
Nous comptons de 0 à 999999 avec l'arduino due 84 Mhz et l'arduino mega 2550 16Mhz afin de comparer les puissances des deux cartes le code source des programmes sont disponibles ici 🤍 L'arduino due consomme 466mW L'arduino mega 2550 consomme 361mW
Jak szybko działa Arduino? Jak zmierzyć szybkość płytek z rodziny Arduino? Jak przyśpieszyć Arduino? Pobierz szkice: 🤍 Na tym wideo sprawdzam jaką wydajność mają następujące płytki: Arduino Uno, Arduino Mega, Arduino Mega Android, Arduino Due, Arduino M0 Pro, Arduino Leonardo Ethernet, Arduino Leonardo, Arduino Yún, Arduino Micro, Arduino Nano. How fast is Arduino? How to measure the speed of code execution on Arduino boards? How to increase speed of Arduino? Download sketches: 🤍 In this video I measure the performance of following boards: Arduino Uno, Arduino Mega, Arduino Mega Android, Arduino Due, Arduino M0 Pro, Arduino Leonardo Ethernet, Arduino Leonardo, Arduino Yún, Arduino Micro, Arduino Nano. #arduino #benchmark #botland #jesteminzynierempl #Uno #Mega #Due #Leonardo Muzyka/Music: Kevin MacLeod: Deliberate Thought – na licencji Creative Commons Attribution (🤍 Źródło: 🤍 Wykonawca: 🤍
Here's a short side-by-side comparison video for all the popular competitors of the Brand New RaspberryPi Pico Dev Board. Well, based on RP2040 microcontroller powered by two 32 bit Arm Cortex M0 Processors (M0+). Running at a decent 133Mhz freq, though much faster than the Arduino buddies. Equipped with a wide variety of peripherals and at a very budget-friendly price, it's surely a HIT. But but but! You never know about the practicals. So, don't forget to like share, and Subscribe to the channel for more videos on RaspberryPi PICO. Getting started Tutorials coming soon... Until then siaaaaa.... Links to other tutorials and projects: What's new in the Raspberry Pi Pico? Check out my playlist... Raspberry Pico Playlist:- 🤍 STM32 Playlist :- 🤍 Arduino Playlist:- - Much more to come. If you have any ideas or projects in mind, comment below and I will work on it in upcoming videos. Any problems or issues, do inform me I will look into it. Thanks For Watching... The code is in my GitHub Repository (Link Below): 🤍 You will get the code for all the further tutorials and guide in this repo. Stay tuned for upcoming videos. Follow me on: LinkedIn: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Installing and running Duino Coin miner on Arduino UnoDuino Coin miner 2.7.4 Duino Coin miner 2.7.4 not working now, need to use 3.x version of miner. It's more profitable.More information is available on 🤍s/?p=584 or duino coin main page. #Mining #Duco #DuinoCoin
ในคลิปนี้ผมจะสอนวิธีการเขียนโปรแกรมเพื่อเปลี่ยนความถี่ PWM บนบอร์ด Arduino รวมถึงอธิบายการทำงานของ Timer ที่ใช้กับ PWM เบื้องต้นครับ:) * ที่จริงแล้ว Mode ของ PWM สามารถ Set ได้ครับรวมถึงสามารถ set pwm ของขา 9,10 ให้เป็น 16 bit ได้ด้วยแต่ขออนุญาตยังไม่พูดถึงครับ ตัวอย่าง Code 🤍
Arduino Mega 2560 vs ESP-32S speed comparison using the AdaFruit GFX library.
Questo video rappresenta un complemento esplicativo dell'articolo pubblicato sul nostro Blog tecnico al link seguente: 🤍 Il video spiega in dettaglio come si sia proceduto per progettare un benchmark che fornisse valori attendibili sia per Arduino che per le schede compatibili con microprocessore Arm veloce a bordo. Le schede testate sono disponibili attraverso i seguenti link di affiliazione: Arduino Uno R3 : 🤍 Arduino Nano : 🤍 Seeduino XIAO : 🤍 Seeduino Wio Terminal : 🤍 Iscriviti al canale e premi la campanellina, altrimenti perderai i prossimi video! Seguici per non perdere le prossime novità 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Supportaci usando i nostro link affiliazione Amazon, a te non costa nulla, basta aprire Amazon con questo link 🤍 , poi compra ciò che preferisci.
- Regular Arduino Uno - 3.5" TFT parallel 8080 8-bit shield, ILI9327, 240x400 pixels - Highly optimized data transfer, tried also assembler but it seems C code gives same results (or maybe my ATMEGA machine code skills are too weak :) I was able to reach about 2 megapixels/s (16-bit color) speed in most optimal hw configuration which is almost the limit of 16MHz ATMEGA328 Music: Lightforce (originally by Rob Hubbard for C64) by Marcel Donné by Chris Abbott
In video #345 I asked the question whether the ESP32 or the STM32 Bluepill is the better choice. The video created quite some controversy, mainly because I compared the weakest STM32F103 chip with the quite powerful ESP32. Some viewers thought I was unfair and suggested to do a test with more powerful chips like the blackpill. This is what we will do (incl. ESP8266). And we will learn quite a few things about the chances and the weakness of the “STM32duino” project. For example, its capability to do inline debugging. At the end of the video, you will have a good overview and know some tricks to save you a lot of time and hassle. And of course, you will know which board you need for speed… I am a proud Patreon of 🤍GreatScott! , 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍Electronoobs , 🤍EEVblog , and others No Docker, Microsoft Teams, Zoom Links: Bluepill: 🤍 Blackpills: 🤍 Teensy 4.1: 🤍 STM-Link 2-1: 🤍 ST-Link V2: 🤍 Lots of STM32 info: 🤍 The links above usually are affiliate links which support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to Email me or invite me on LinkedIn. These communication channels are reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #noMidrollAds
Dear friends welcome to another Arduino Tutorial! Today we are going to take a first look at the impressive Arduino 101 board. 🎮 My Android Game: 🤍 The board offers some amazing features like a dual core processor and a Hardware Neural Network for Artificial Intelligence applications. Without any further delay, let's get started! Today I am very excited because we are going to play with this new board the Arduino 101. This board was announced two years ago, and it was released last year, but I just received one. It was designed to be the successor of the Arduino Uno. At first I was not impressed by the specs of the board and I hesitated to order one. But when a company like Intel enters the maker community their offering must be unique. So I decided to try it, mostly interested in its Bluetooth connectivity. Only when the board arrived I discovered that inside the Intel Curie chip there is also a Hardware Neural Network that we can use in our projects! Yes, that's right! We can develop Artificial Intelligence programs with this board! I really don't know why Intel or Arduino do not advertise this feature at all. The board costs around 30$ and Gearbest.com website was kind enough to send me a sample board to test it. At first let's take a look at the board. As you can see, the layout of the board is exactly the same with the layout of the Arduino Uno board. The chip uses 3.3V logic level but it is 5V tolerant. On the board we can see the Intel Curie chip, the Bluetooth Antenna some Logic level shifting chips and a Flash Memory Chip. The Intel Curie chip is really interesting. I have created a simple table in order to be easier to see the most important features of this chip. It was developed by Intel for low-power wearable devices. There are two processors inside this chip both clocked at 32MHz. There is an ARC RISC processor and an x86 Quark processor. Both processors operate simultaneously. The ARC core executes the programs we develop and communicates with the x86 core that takes care of the Bluetooth Low Energy stack and USB communication. The chip also offers Bluetooth LE connectivity, 24KBs of RAM memory, 196KBs of flash memory, 14 GPIO pins, SPI, I2C, UART, I2S busses, up to 6 ADCs, Gyroscope, A six axis Accelerometer and a Real Time Clock. In my opinion the most interesting feature the chip offers is the Pattern Matching Engine! This Engine contains a 128 node Hardware Neural Network. Compared to an Arduino Uno, the Arduino 101 is light years ahead! The technology inside the Intel Curie chip is very advanced! As you can see it outperforms the Arduino Uno in every field. From the specs we can see the Arduino 101 operates at a frequency which is double of the frequency that the Arduino Uno operates. So, in theory the Arduino 101 must be at least two times faster than the Arduino Uno. But is that the case? 💻 Code & Parts: 🤍 Want to learn to code? 👨💻 Check my new YouTube channel: 🤍 🎮 My Android Game: 🤍
Generic STM32 board comparison with Arduino Pro Mini or Nano Currently such cheap STM32 boards (aka "Blue Pill") are available for less than $2.20 on Aliexpress It is up to 12 times faster than ATMEGA 328 based Arduino, it is even faster than expensive ARM based MCUs like Arduino Duo. Module specifications: Model: STM32F103C8T6 Core: ARM 32 Cortex-M3 CPU 72MHz working frequency 64K or 128K flash memory 20K SRAM 2.0-3.6V power 4-16MHz crystal Size: 5.3cm x 2.2cm Color: Blue More information about configuring and programming of STM32: 🤍 🤍 Computational power comparison: 🤍
Da die Programmierung von Prxos für den ATMEGA2560 abgeschlossen ist habe ich begonnen das System auf eine SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 CPU zu portieren. Was soll ich sagen. Die Geschwindigkeit ist enorm und der unterschied ist schon beim Boot Screen zu bemerken und darum habe ich mal eine sehr rechen intensive Benchmark in Form einer Raycasting Engine geschrieben um euch mal den unterschied zu zeigen.
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Both the Arduino Portenta H7 and Espressif ESP32-S3 are dual-core operating MCUs. The price difference between the two devices is huge. I'm going to see if it's worth it through this video. Also, you can find the source code used here on my Github repository. I hope this will help you with your project. *Timestamps 0:00 - Intro: ESP32-S3 vs Portenta H7 0:33 - Spec Comparison (Simply) 1:10 - Core: ESP32-S3 vs Portenta H7 1:34 - Test #1: Calculating Pi w/ Single Core 2:30 - Test #2: Finding Prime Numbers w/ Single Core 3:43 - H7 Dual Core 4:04 - S3 Dual Core 4:11 - Test #3: Execute two tasks at the same time 5:19 - Core Speed Test Result 5:57 - Outro: H7 Connect External Monitor [Who Cares About MCU with Camera?] 🤍 [Raspberry Pi Pico VS ESP32 S2 speed comparison benchmark using CircuitPython] 🤍 [ELECROW Raspberry Pi Monitor 7 Inch Touchscreen IPS 1024x600] 🤍 [Project GitHub] 🤍 #Comparison #Portenta #Espressif #ESP32S3 #STM32H747 #ThatProject
#fillingmachine #waterflowsensor #pertamini Versi Conveyor : 🤍 Skema 🤍 - coding sudah saya hapus di 2 minggu pertama video ini upload (karena banyak yg ingin menggunakan untuk di jual) ✅ Kamu bisa support channel ini dengan berdonasi melalui link berikut : 🤍 (Bisa gopay, ovo, link aja, transfer) Paypal 🤍 cara upload file hex dengan android 🤍 Please Subscribe !!! refrensi Not - Follow IG 🤍ngapak_tech Segmen 00:00 Bikin Dudukan pompa 1:00 intro 1:05 Bahan-bahan 1:50 pasang arduino dll 3:43 pasang flow dan pompa 6:26 pasang pompa di dudukan 8:15 pasang controller yang kita buat tadi 9:44 kalibrasi sensor ir 10:48 mulai pengujian kepresisian 12:32 pengujian dengan botol 15:26 Outro
DIY homemade cheap 3d printer first print Arduino mega +ramps1.4+marlin together
ESP8266 Vs. Arduino Uno Head to head comparison of a WeMos D1 (ESP8266) versus and Arduino Uno (ATMega328P). Which one is faster? We run two tests. The first is simply turning the built in LED on and off as fast as possible. The second is computing Pi to 250,000 digits. USeful links: BangGood.com 🤍 WeMos® D1 R2 WiFi ESP8266 Development Board 🤍 Arduino Uno Compatable 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Diodes: The basic building block of all digital circuits" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
The Raspberry Pi foundation spent a lot of money to create a new chip on the Pi Pico board for makers and gives it away for cheap. If I believe all the fanboy’s videos, it is the most important invention after sliced bread. But how does it compare with the Espressif and STM32 chips? Let’s have a closer look! I am a proud Patreon of 🤍GreatScott! , 🤍ElectroBOOM , 🤍Electronoobs , 🤍EEVblog , and others. No Docker, No Microsoft Teams, Zoom Links: Getting started: 🤍 Pi Pico US: 🤍 Raspberry Pi4 US: 🤍 Raspberry Pi4 DE: 🤍 Where I ordered my Picos: 🤍 00:00 Intro 01:02: What we will compare 01:22 Competitors 01:33 The Ecosystem 03:12 The role of ARM (and RISC-V) 03:35 Start of comparison 03:46 The Cores / PIO / Memory 07:21 The Pins / ADC / DMA 08:34 USB / MicroPython / Thonny /Debugging 10:35 Wi-Fi and BLE 10:55 Power Consumption / Deep-Sleep / Powering Options 12:33 Price 13:17 My Verdict 15:38 Outro The links above usually are affiliate links that support the channel (no additional cost for you). Supporting Material and Blog Page: 🤍 Github: 🤍 My Patreon Page: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 If you want to support the channel, please use the links below to start your shopping. No additional charges for you, but I get a commission (of your purchases the next 24 hours) to buy new stuff for the channel My Amazon.com shop: 🤍 For Banggood 🤍 For AliExpress: 🤍 For Amazon.de: 🤍 For Amazon UK: 🤍 For ebay.com: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Please do not try to email me. This communication channel is reserved for my primary job As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases #no#midroll#ads
In this video we will check if the Soviet 8088 clone also called K1810VM88 is just a copy or something seperately designed. I would expect to measure a slight difference in performance. After that video, you will know it. We will use Checkit, Norton Sysinfo and fractint to find exatly that out. The motherboard is out of a Philips P3120 XT Computer and the best integrated XT board I have seen so far. You will also see and hear a rare 8-Bit IDE HDD made by Seagate, ST-325X. Guest Star in my video is my wife Alisa, she is Russian and has to defend of course the solid soviet technology from the past. Thanks for watching! If you want to donate or support this channel: 🤍 If you want to donate material or getting in touch with me just comment below or send me an email: cpugalaxy🤍gmx.at Find me also on 🤍 Music in this video from the youtube audio library
This re-imagining of the Arduino Mega has all the features, but in a board smaller than the Uno. I test it by adding a temperature sensor (DS18B20) and a 0.96" OLED display to make a digital thermometer. As a big fan of the powers of 2, I'm also thrilled to reach this landmark video of 128 (2^7). Aliexpress link: 🤍 DS18b20 datasheet: 🤍 OLED datasheet: 🤍 Randomnerd tutorial: 🤍 Arduino and DS18B20 (arduino.cc): 🤍 The final Arduino sketch is on my github site: 🤍 Errata: my OLED is 128 x 64 pixels, not 128 x 32