Windows Remote Arduino Experience for Windows 10
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  • Category: Developer tools
  • Published by: Microsoft Corporation ?
  • Size: 3.5 MB
  • Permissions:
    • Bluetooth device
    • Access your Internet connection
    • Access your Internet connection and act as a server.
    • Access your home or work networks
    • serialcommunication
  • Supported processors: x86, x64, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
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  • Notes:
    * Now supports any device capable of running StandardFirmata. Now builds the UI dynamically for the connected device. Showing all pins available for each capability on their respective pages; digital, analog and PWM. Other bug fixes and performance improvements.

Windows Remote Arduino Experience

Windows Remote Arduino Experience is an application designed to allow users to control an Arduino microcontroller remotely. With this app, you can directly manage the GPIO, ADC, and PWM capabilities of an Arduino board from a Windows 10 device. Make sure StandardFirmata is uploaded to the board you are connecting to, and make note of the baud rate you are using if connecting via USB or Bluetooth. Head over to for samples and tutorials on building your own remote-controlled projects!


  • Remote Control an Arduino or similar microcontroller
  • Connect via USB, Bluetooth, Ethernet, or WiFi
  • Control servos, actuators, LEDs, or other electronics remotely
  • Read inputs from sensors and other devices

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33 comment


26 March 2017

Great app 👍👍👍 Can you dev for arduino Wemos D1? Or share source this app?


9 November 2016

usb connection doesn't work


5 September 2016

This simple program was exactly what I needed to kick start my brain for remote controlling my Arduino kiln controller. Worked great over USB, I had an LED turning on, off and fading within seconds of downloading. Now to import some libraries and start coding. Thanks!


3 September 2016

Open Source .... THANKS


3 August 2016

USB connection not working at any baud rate, I have uploaded the standardFirmata sketch to my Arduino Mega 2560 and then I hit the refresh button in the app after choosing the USB connection and setting the correct baud rate that I have set in the standard fermata sketch and then when I hit the connect button its showing me an error. Connection attempt failed: UsbSerial::connectToDeviceAsync failed with a platform exception type(catastrophic failure. Unable to initialize the device. Did you forget youtr USB device capabilities in the manifest? SerialDevice::FromIdAsync returned null.


31 July 2016

LOVE it is since the design's very simple, and no need to give any complicated works! Thanks Microsoft!


25 July 2016



23 July 2016

I don't. Know how. This


30 June 2016



15 June 2016

is there anything like this for the Pi? I would like to see a FLOW options for it.

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