Arduino IDE setup
Arduino IDE stands out with it's simple design, allowing to write a code, compile a project and upload it to the TotemDuino. This is one of the reasons why it's so popular among beginners. Aside from basic functionality, it has thousands of third-party libraries and code examples to create a project even faster.
Windows 11 driver
TotemDuino were manufactured with PL2303TA chip that is no more supported in Windows 11 OS.
Follow Driver install tutorial to solve this issue.
Step 1. Download Arduino IDE
Step 2. Select Board
TotemDuino is represented as "Arduino UNO".
Arduino AVR Boards→
Step 3. Compile and upload code
Load example code and upload it to TotemDuino.
- Connect TotemDuino to PC over USB cable.
Portand click on the port displayed there.
If there are multiple ports, disconnect USB cable and check which one is gone. Reconnect and select it.
Uploadand wait till it completes.
- LED will start to blink in 1 second interval.
Step 4. Using Arduino IDE
For more information about getting started with Arduino, read following topics: