Arduino UNO Starter Kit
A comprehensive kit to get you started with Arduino
RRP $99.00In Stock
Want to get started with Arduino but dont know where to start?
This Arduino Uno starter project kit includes comprehensive range of components to get yout started in building and experimenting with Arduino projects.
We also supply, by download (link below), a comprehensive instruction manual that is easy to follow and understand. The manual provided discusses each individual components functionality, basic coding and an exercise projects utlising every single component supplied in the kit. A vital supplement key in understanding Arduino.
Included in the Arduino UNO kit:
- 1x Uno Development board
- 3x Red LED
- 3x Yellow LED
- 3x Blue LED (Note the LEDs are transparent resin enclosed)
- 5x 1k Resistor
- 5x 10k Resistor
- 8x 220 Ohm Resistor (Note resistors are 5 band coded)
- 1x Large breadboard
- 1x RBG LED Module (with inbuilt current limiting resistors)
- 4x Micro Tactile Buttons
- 1x Active Buzzer
- 1x Passive Buzzer (Micro Speaker)
- 1x IR Sensor
- 1x Flame Sensor
- 1x LM35 Temperature Sensor
- 2x Tilt Sensor
- 3x Photoresistor (Light De pendant Resistor)
- 1x 74HC595N Shift Register
- 1x 9V battery box (6xAA) (To power your projects when not plugged in to the computer)
- 1x 50cm USB Cable
- 1x 8x8 LED Matrix
- 2x 7-Segment Displays
- 1x 4 gang 7-Segment Display
- 1x 30pcs Breadboard Wire
- 1x IR Remote
Arduino Uno Starter Kit Instruction Manual:
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Arduino starter kitBy: Peter Roberts on 15 January 2017Just what I was after, will be invaluable in my endeavors to grasp the opportunities opened to me in Electronics Peter
Great price kit with a variety of activities to trBy: Denise Marsh on 22 November 2016Glad I bought it from this store. Competitive price. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is it did not come with instructions. Took a bit of effort to locate a pdf online of a similar kit. This research reaffirmed the great prices compared to local distributors. Will buy from your business again. Thanks.
Getting startedBy: Michael on 19 September 2016Only just getting going but the kit appears to be a good starting point for getting into the Arduino. The kit is devoid of an inventory but perhaps that's an exciting mystery for some. The link to the tutorials is useful and within 15 mins the first working circuit was achieved. Looking forward to trying some of the extension modules and doing more creative programming.