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Advance Sensor Set for Arduino

SKU: KIT0011

$121.49 AUD, inc GST
$110.45 AUD, exc GST
Advance Sensor Set for Arduino
121.49 AUD

SKU: KIT0011

$121.49 AUD, inc GST
$110.45 AUD, exc GST
In stock, with a short lead time. 612 units dispatch in 3 to 5 days (in addition to the shipping method you choose). Our timing and stock is accurate. Delivery to you by Mon, 28th of Aug with Express Post within Australia.

Introduction

If you want to start playing with sensors, this kit will be the perfect choice for you to get started. It comes with bundle of the most popular DFRobot sensors such as light, gas, sound, touch, accelerometer and lots more which gives unlimited possibility to sensor the physical world. 
 
The wiki for these sensors and devices makes it easy to start learning. So save by purchasing them together and start experimenting now!
  • Great for experimenting and learning
  • Useful for most projects
  • Bundle of the most popular sensors from DFRobot
To connect these sensors to Arduino, we suggest to use our  IO expansion shield V5  which has color coded pins that provides a much easier way to link sensors to microcontroller.
 
Specification
  • Light sensoring
  • Sound sensoring
  • Distance sensoring
  • Magnetic sensoring
  • Accelerometer sensoring
  • Vibration sensoring
  • Touch sensoring
  • Gas sensoring
 
Shipping List
  • x1 Relay Module V2 (DFR0017)
  • x1 Digital RED LED Light Module (DFR0021R)
  • x1 Digital White LED Light Module (DFR0021)
  • x1 Digital Green LED Light Module (DFR0021G)
  • x1 Digital Blue LED Light Module (DFR0021B)
  • x1 Analog Grayscale Sensor (DFR0022)
  • x1 LM35 Analog Linear Temperature Sensor (DFR0023)
  • x1 Analog Ambient Light Sensor (DFR0026)
  • x1 Digital Vibration Sensor (DFR0027)
  • x1 Digital Tilt Sensor (DFR0028)
  • x1 Digital Push Button (DFR0029)
  • x1 Capacitive Touch Sensor (DFR0030)
  • x1 Digital magnetic sensor (DFR0033)
  • x1 Analog Sound Sensor (DFR0034)
  • x1 Analog Carbon Monoxide Sensor (MQ7) (SEN0132)
  • x1 Analog Voltage Divider (DFR0051)
  • x1 Piezo Disk Vibration Sensor (DFR0052)
  • x1 Analog Rotation Sensor V2 (DFR0058)
  • x1 Joystick Module (DFR0061)
  • x1 Flame sensor (DFR0076)
  • x1 Triple Axis Accelerometer MMA7361 (DFR0143)
  • x1 Digital Infrared motion sensor (SEN0018)
  • x1 Sharp GP2Y0A21 Distance Sensor (10-80cm) (SEN0014)
  • x1 Soil Moisture Sensor (SEN0114)

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Product Comments

We deliver Australia-wide with these options:

  • $3 for Small Items (4-6 days, not tracked, only available on selected small items)
  • $6.95 for Standard Post (2-4 days, tracked)
  • $8.32 for Express Post (1-2 days, tracked)
  • Pickup - Free! Only available to customers who live in the Newcastle region

International Orders - the following rates are for New Zealand and will vary for other countries:

  • $11.49 for Pack and Track (3+ days, tracked)
  • $16.50 for Express International (2-5 days, tracked)

If you order lots of gear, the postage amount might increment based on the weight of your order.

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Unit 18, 132 Garden Grove Parade
Adamstown
NSW, 2289
Australia

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