Complete with a great project and instruction booklet, a supporting web page and software examples, this is everything you need to get started for a fun range of electronics and Arduino related projects.
- No soldering required
- Instructions for many educational and fun projects included
- Supplied in a presentation box
- 1 x Freetronics "Eleven" Arduino-compatible board with USB cable
- 1 x "SOUND" Piezo & Sound Module
- 1 x "LIGHT" Light Sensor Module
- 1 x micro servo motor
- 1 x Solderless breadboard
- 65 x Solderless breadboard jumper wires
- 10 x red 5mm LEDs
- 10 x green 5mm LEDs
- 1 x RGB 5mm LED
- 4 x Tactile push buttons
- 2 x 2N7000 MOSFET transistors
- 10 x 470 Ohm resistors
- 10 x 1K Ohm resistors
- 10 x 10K Ohm resistors
- 2 x 1N4004 power diodes
- 1 x 74HC595 shift register IC
- 1 x 40-pin header strip
- 1 x 10K Ohm variable resistor
- Printed project guide
The colour codes in V1.0 of the project guide do not match the resistors supplied in the kit. The provided colour codes are for 5% tolerance resistors, but the provided resistors are 1% tolerance. The correct 1% colour codes are:
- 470 Ohm: yellow-violet-black-black
- 1K Ohm: brown-black-black-brown
- 10K Ohm: brown-black-black-red
- EXPKIT (16)
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Documentation and Resources:
- Arduino Workshop for Beginners
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- The Maker Revolution
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- How to Use a Logic Level Shifter/Converter
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- Potentiometers and the Arduino Uno
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- Relay Operation and the Arduino Uno
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- Coffee Grinder With Arduino
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- The Hipster Coaster
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