Getting started with electronics has traditionally been hard requiring investment in costly and difficult to procure electronics learning kits. The Arduino movement however changed all of that with the introduction of the Arduino UNO. The Arduino UNO is one of the best boards to get started with learning electronics, coding, etc. In many different way the Arduino movement and has democratized the learning of electronics all over the world. If this is your first experience tinkering with electronics and you have some existing programming knowledge, then the, “Exploring Electronics with the Super Learning kit for Arduino with ~35+ Sensors” is probably for you.
This development track provides access to various tutorials that will help you explore the fundamentals of electronics while helping you get familiar with the Arduino development environment. This development track is based on the Keyestudio Arduino Uno but can also be used with the Keyestudio Arduino Mega 2560 and offers a perfect introduction to the world of electronics and programming through an affordable and easy to use hardware, software platform. As part of this development track you will cover the following tutorials –
Project 1: Hello World
Project 2: LED blinking
Project 3: PWM
Project 4: Traffic light
Project 5: LED chasing effect
Project 6: Button-controlled LED
Project 7: Active buzzer
Project 8: Passive buzzer
Project 9: RGB LED
Project 10: Photo resistor
Project 11: Flame sensor
Project 12: LM35 temperature sensor
Project 13: Tilt switch
Project 14: IR remote control
Project 15: Analog value reading
Project 16: 74HC595
Project 17: 1-digit LED segment display
Project 18: 4-digit LED segment display
Project 19: 8*8 LED matrix
Project 20: 1602 LCD
Project 21: 9g servo control
Project 22:Stepper Motor
Project 23: PIR Motion Sensor
Project 24: Analog Gas Sensor
Project 25: ADXL345 Three Axis Acceleration Module
Project 26: HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor
Project 27: Joystick Module
Project 28: 5V Relay Module
Project 29: DS3231 Clock Module
Project 30: DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Sensor
Project 31: Soil Humidity Sensor
Project 32: RC522 RFID module
The “Exploring Electronics with the Super Learning kit for Arduino with ~35+ Sensors” requires you to work with the C/C++ programming language to write code for the Arduino.
We recommend that you take the following courses (accessible for FREE at this website) to build your programming fundamentals –
Introduction to coding concepts with Scratch I
Introduction to coding concepts with Scratch II
Exploring Coding Concepts Using the BBC micro:bit I
Exploring Coding Concepts Using the BBC micro:bit II
Exploring Coding Concepts Using the BBC micro:bit III
Design Interactive Games Using the BBC micro:bit
Introduction to electronics using the BBC micro:bit I
Introduction to electronics using the BBC micro:bit II
This development track requires an investment in the following hardware –
You will need to download and install the Arduino development IDE. The approach to installation, configuration, setup of the Arduino IDE is covered in our tutorials.
You will need to purchase the Super Learning Kit for Arduino from OzToyLib. The Arduino Advent kit has all the sensors you need to perform the tutorials covered in this development track.
This kit ships with the following options – no Arduino board, with Arduino Uno and with the Arduino Mega 2560.
The Super Learning Starter Kit for Arduino comes packed with ~35+ different electronic bits (Sensors, LEDs, switches, LCD, servo, etc.) and can be purchased with either the Keyestudio UNO R3 or the Keyesstudio Mega 2560 board. The Keyestudio Arduino boards can be used to interface with the different electronic bits i.e. sensors, LED’s, switches, servos, etc. included in the starter kit. The starter kit for the Keyestudio Uno R3 offers a great opportunity to explore the world of electronics using the Arduino Development Platform. Interact with the real world through the various sensors, create innovative projects, learn how to program the micro:bit to read data from the sensors and perform certain actions. The starter kit for the Arduino is a great way to dive into the awesome world of electronics and get started with your own STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) learning journey.
The Arduino advanced study kit walks you through the basics of using the Arduino in a hands-on way. You’ll learn the fundamentals of electronics and working on the Arduino through building several creative projects. The kit includes a selection of the most common and useful electronic components with a book of 32 projects. Starting the basics of electronics, to more complex projects, the kit will get you interacting with the physical world using sensor and actuators. Along with the kit you get access to detailed tutorials and wiring diagrams.