Beginner Kit for Arduino UnoRated 5/5 based on 4 reviews.
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Welcome to the electronic interaction world! DFRobot proudly presents the Arduino Beginner/Starter Kit for those who are interested in learning about Arduino and electronics. Starting from basic LED control to more advanced environmental sensing, monitoring and actuators. This kit will guide you through the world of the sensing, controlling the physical world through sensors and arduino microcontroller via carefully designed project.The box is not large or bulky but big enough such that all the components can be easily placed back inside, even with assembled or partially completed projects on the breadboard and Arduino. There is a little room to grow as well. Each of the small pieces has an individual, well labeled plastic bag so that components can be easily kept organized, a must for younger beginners.I also purchased a larger kit from another vendor for myself to use and to get the additional modules/components. Although that kit has more stuff and was a good bargain, at this point, I regret not paying a little more for the larger DFRobot kit."I always wanted to learn about Arduino and this kit has helped a lot" - the happy recipient of this awesome kit.I am surprised that there are not more reviews for this kit on Amazon. I will be purchasing more DFRobot gear." By RBM from Amazon.
The new version comes with 20 high quality components and 15 project flash cards which make the kit easy to learn and teach.
A DFRduino UNO R3 (Compatible with Arduino Uno R3), the most stable and commonly used Arduino processor which is 100% compatible with Arduino IDE, together with DFRobot's best selling arduino prototype shield are included in this kit. Besides premium quality jumper wires, double resistors, more leds, 9g servo, IR remote transmitter and receiver, 4 more useful components are added: relay, motor, fan and potentiometer. Now you can play more fantastic arduino projects!
We also created project reference flash cards with wiring guides of each project for you, so you can make it faster and minimize errors.
All the components package inside are extremely easy to locate and relocate quickly with our customized black labels.
We've listened all your requests and worked to provide better quality products, even for beginners.
- WIKI (DFRduino Beginner Kit For Arduino V3 SKU: DFR0100)
- Beginner Kit Tutorial
- Sample Code
- Github Repository
- Four Best Starter Kits for Arduino Beginners
- DFRduino UNO R3 x1
- Prototyping Shield x1
- Jumper Cables M/M x30
- Jumper Cables F/M x10
- Resistor 220R x20
- Resistor 4.7K x20
- Resistor 10K x20
- Resistor 1K x20
- 5mm LED x10
- IR Receiver Diode x1
- Mini Push Button x4
- Ambient Light Sensor x1
- Tilt Switch Sensor x1
- 8-Segment LED x1
- LM35 Temperature Sensor x1
- Relay x1
- Buzzer x1
- Fan x1
- 130 Motor x1
- 10K Potentiometer x3
- Micro Servo x1
- Mini Controller (with battery CR2025 inside) x1
- 6 x AA Battery Holder x1
- 400 Tie Point Interlocking Solderless Breadboard x1
covers lotsBy: Luke on 22 January 2018great kit to start with. i learnt lots
Great Beginning Kit for home or classroomBy: Vincent Kruger on 28 October 2017This is a great kit for a fantastic price. It includes everything you need to get started as an Arduino beginner or as a classroom instructional kit.
Great kitBy: Sarah Spencer on 25 October 2017This Arduino kit is one of the better ones I've seen. The kit would work especially well for beginners. There are even flash cards and a great manual. The parts themselves are made well and look like they would work well.
One of the better Arduino kits I've seenBy: Aiden Lam on 25 October 2017This Arduino kit is one of the better ones I've seen. The kit would work especially well for beginners (I have been using it for my Year 7 class). The documentation is a bit sparse but the flash cards and online manual are enough to get you by. The parts themselves are made well and seem would work well.