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Elego Inc. is a professional manufacturer and exporter that is concerned with the design, development production and marketing of arduino, 3d printers, raspberry pi and STM32. Our Dream is to make the best price and best quality produce for customers. So we would like to receive your valuable suggestions for our products and we can improve them for you. The cheapest and most basic Arduino kit for the beginner.Component listing: 1pcs UNO R3 Controller Board 1pcs USB Cable 1pcs Breadboard 1pcs 65 Jumper Wire 1pcs IC 74HC595 1pcs Active Buzzer 1pcs Tilt Switch 1pcs Photoresistor 5pcs Yellow LED 5pcs Blue LED 5pcs Green LED 5pcs Red LED 1pcs RGB LED 5pcs Button (small) 10pcs Resistor (10R) 10pcs Resistor (100R) 10pcs Resistor (220R) 10pcs Resistor (330R) 10pcs Resistor (1K) 10pcs Resistor (2K) 10pcs Resistor (5K1) 10pcs Resistor (10K) 10pcs Resistor (100K) 10pcs Resistor (1M) 5pcs Female-to-male Dupont Wire


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Old Timer
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Value For The Technically Minded
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 January 2018
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What It Is

The heart of this kit is an (entirely legitimate) Elegoo clone of the Arduino UNO R3 microcontroller development board. Once you buy the kit you'll be in the world of Arduino, along with a vast number of other hobbyists. You can consider the ATMEGA328 microcontroller that sits on the board to be a computer that carries out a sequence of instructions loaded into its on-board memory by the user. You and I know a sequence of instructions as a program, but in the Arduino universe Programs are termed Sketches. In accordance with the sketch it's running the microcontroller can accept input on some of its pins and set output voltage levels on others.

With the provided components the user can interface the microcontroller with the outside world, by lighting LEDs, sounding a buzzer, detecting if a switch is open or closed, and so on. Simple things, to be sure, but each means that both programming and electronics are being learned in a very constructive and satisfying way.

The Breadboard

In addition to the UNO board the kit includes a number of components such as LEDs and resistors, a bundle of connecting wires, and a breadboard. The breadboard is a means of connecting wires and components to the UNO board without soldering; component legs and connecting wires just push into pin sockets on the breadboard. My photos (hopefully) show how components and wires are fitted.

What It Does

The sky and your imagination are the limits, but with the supplied kit you'll be restricted to fairly humble projects demonstrating how the microcontroller interacts with the outside world by detecting and outputting voltages on its various pins. Going beyond that, and with the purchase of - usually reasonably priced - accessories the UNO R3 can communicate via the internet, control complex machinery, etc etc.

Programming

The microcontroller has internal memory that can store one program at a time, you can't have several programs loaded and switch between them. Programs are written in software, either that supplied on the CD or via a web interface, see below. The software is able to verify the program is runnable, it will find and highlight errors for you, and it will compile into machine code that is loaded into the microcontroller. The programming language used is a subset of C/C++, and is essentially similar to other languages such as JavaScript and Swift. Those with no programming experience will, I'm sure, find it easy to learn simply by working through the many sample programmes, each of which is helpfully annotated.

What Else You Need

Nothing, in that the kit contains everything you need to make complete small projects. I advise that you obtain a multimeter if you don't already have one; there is a vast selection available and I expect any of them will be fine. A multimeter will show voltage and current levels, it will enable you to check diodes and even demonstrate their unidirectional current characteristic, it will permit you to see the invisible effects happening in a circuit.

A small pair of pliers for straightening component legs or bending them to neat angles is useful, as is a small pair of cutters for trimming. Resistors especially will stand well clear of the breadboard if their legs aren't trimmed, which looks untidy and risks making unwanted contact between components. In my video attached to this review you can see how I trimmed the legs of eight resistors so they mount close the the surface of the breadboard.

Many of the components are quite tiny, so you'll need good light to work in and sharp eyes; lacking the sharp eyes, I use a magnifying glass.

Some Other Points

* The supplied USB cable was wired for both power and data, as is necessary. I point this out because some reviewers have said their lead is power only.
* The board came with the Blink sample sketch (sketch is the Arduino term for a program) loaded. This sketch flashes an on-board orange LED so you know on power-up that the board is functional.
* It is not necessary to use the supplied CD. If you point your browser at create.arduino.cc (actual links to external sites are not allowed in Amazon reviews) and click on CREATE you'll have access to tutorials and sample sketches (including all those on the CD) together with a browser-based sketch editor/compiler/loader. This will mean you have access to your projects from any internet connected computer you plug your board into, it works very well.
* Arduino UNO project circuits are very widely available. My wobbly handheld video shows a finished project that uses the microcontroller in conjunction with the 74HC595 shift register included in the kit to switch eight LEDs in a variety of patterns. I found that project at marginallyclever.com, and there are many other resources. For protection against downloading malware it's easy to just copy program code from your computer screen and paste it into whichever editor you use, either that on the supplied CD or the web-based version I have recommended above.

Conclusion

For the £13.99 I paid I think this kit good value and can recommend it for anyone with curiosity about things technical and a willingness to learn.
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N morse
5.0 out of 5 stars Free experimentors box!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 October 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Free experimentors box!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 October 2018
The kit has everything needed to get up and running on a lot of experiments. The plastic box it came in, can be readily turned into a self contained "keep it neat and tidy" protective enclosure, by cutting 2 holes in the side for the connectors to the computer and power supply. Peel off the wax paper backing on the breadboard, and push into place. Put some self adhesive pads on the Arduino, and do the same. Now the wires will not pull out when the unit is moved!
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Beth
4.0 out of 5 stars Good value for money, disappointing packaging
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 January 2020
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Smartalk
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Piece of Kit
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 June 2019
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William Lawrenson
4.0 out of 5 stars Bit more explanation for complete beginners needed.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 October 2020
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