Inventors Kit for Arduino
£20.99 ex VAT
The Kitronik Inventor's Kit for Arduino is a great way to get started with programming and hardware interaction with the Arduino. This Inventor's Kit contains everything you need to complete 10 experiments including using LEDs, motors, LDRs and capacitors.
Arduino is an open-source code-able electronics platform, which has been designed for anyone making interactive projects. Arduino board can process inputs from many sensors, and also control outputs such as LEDs and motors.
The Arduino is controlled by the code with which it is programmed. This code is written in the Arduino programming language, using the Arduino development environment. Once complete the code is easily transferred to the Arduino board using a simple USB lead.
To get you off to a flying start, they have included an easy to follow tutorial book which guides you through creating the 10 experiments. You don't need any experience with programming as the tutorial book will guide you every step of the way. You'll be programming and creating circuits in no time!
- No soldering is required - build your first circuit in minutes!
- Make 10 experiments included in the provided step-by-step tutorial book.
- All parts are included to conduct the 10 experiments.
- Small Prototype Breadboard included for fast prototyping.
- 1 x Mounting Plate.
- 1 x 7 Segment Display.
- 1 x Servo.
- 1 x Potentiometer - Vertical Type (finger adjust) 100K.
- 1 x Finger Adjust Spindle.
- 4 x Plastic Spacer 10mm.
- 1 x Small Prototype Breadboard.
- 1 x Terminal Connector.
- 4 x Push Switch.
- 1 x Motor.
- 1 x Transistor.
- 2 x Red 5mm LED.
- 2 x Orange 5mm LED.
- 2 x Yellow 5mm LED.
- 2 x Green 5mm LED.
- 1 x RGB 5mm LED.
- 1 x Fan Blade.
- 5 x 2.2KΩ Resistor.
- 5 x 10KΩ Resistor.
- 10 x 220Ω Resistor.
- 20 x Male to Male Jumper Wires.
- 1 x 470uF Electrolytic Capacitor.
- 1 x Piezo Element Buzzer.
- 4 x Pan Head M3 Machine Screw.
- 1 x Phototransistor.
- Experiment 1: Digital Inputs & Outputs
- Experiment 2: Light Sensor & Analogue Inputs
- Experiment 3: Dimming an LED using a potentiometer
- Experiment 4: Using a transistor to drive a motor
- Experiment 5: Control a servo with a potentiometer
- Experiment 6: Setting the tone with a piezo buzzer
- Experiment 7: Using a seven-segment display
- Experiment 8: Exploring wind power
- Experiment 9: Capacitor charge circuit
- Experiment 10: Using an RGB LED