This mode gives you a way to quickly control basic digital inputs and ouputs. You are given a menu of all the pins that are available and you can set the direction and logic level. For some pins, you may also have PWM output & analog inputs! You can do quite a bit just with this method of control

• Each row in the table represents a pin on your Arduino.  Pin name and current state are displayed on the left side of the cell, while pin value is displayed on the right.

• Tap a row to change the relevant pin's current mode and value. 

• Tap the row a second time to hide its controls

Read through the WiringConfiguration and Usage pages for more details

This guide was first published on Feb 20, 2015. It was last updated on Feb 20, 2015. This page (Pin I/O) was last updated on Jun 23, 2019.