Arduino Starter Medium Kit
Arduino Starter Medium Kit

Arduino Starter Medium Kit

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Arduino Starter Medium Kit is a set of electronics, cabling and sensors together with the Arduino microcomputer. With it you will be able to create complex systems in an uncomplicated way. The wide range of accessories included, will allow you to create amazing devices that facilitate everyday life, and teach you how to create and program them.

The most important elements of the set and their functions:

  • Arduino UNO R3 (Clone, 100% compatible with Arduino UNO) - A microcomputer, the heart of every system that can be programmed in c ++,
  • Prototype contact plate 830 fields - With it you can create systems without the need to solder the elements. Thanks to this, all the elements are reusable and assembling the elements is child's play,
  • LCD display module 1602A - It will allow us to display measurement readings from our systems,
  • 28BYJ-48 stepper motor with ULN2003 controller - Thanks to the motor and servo, our systems will be able to react with the environment,
  • Servo SG90,
  • 4 x 7 segment display,
  • 7 segment display,
  • 8 x 8 LED matrix,
  • Buzzer 2 pcs - Buzzer module are able to play simple beeps,
  • Infrared receiver VS18388 - Allows you to control systems with a remote control,
  • Infrared remote control,

Sensor set:

  • PT5243B 940nm sensor,
  • Photoresistor - 3 pcs,
  • Position sensor - 2 pcs.
  • Tact Switch + covers - 4 pcs.

The kit also includes:

  • Clip / power plug for Arduino with 6 x 1.5V batteries,
  • A set of 30 wires for male-male prototype board,
  • USB A / B cable,
  • Green, yellow and red LEDs - 5 each,
  • RGB diode,
  • Potentiometer
  • Shift recorder SN74HC59N,
  • Set of 10 resistors: 200, 1k, 10k
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