|Item Model Number||8541582428|
|Package Dimensions||20.07 x 13.97 x 4.83 cm; 560 Grams|
|Computer Memory Type||SRAM|
|Hard Drive Interface||IDE|
Freenove Ultimate Starter Kit with Board V4 (Compatible with Arduino IDE) (Blue Board), 273 Pages Detailed Tutorial, 217 Items, 51 Projects, Learn Programming and Electronics
- 273 pages detailed PDF tutorials (include basic electronics and programming knowledge) -> Download link: https://git.io/JJJX6
- 217 common items -> All parts needed to complete the projects in the tutorial, no soldering required.
- 51 interesting projects -> Each project has circuit diagram and tested code with detailed explanation.
- Extra advanced projects -> Make virtual instruments (voltmeter, oscilloscope) and game consoles.
- Get support -> Our technical service team is always ready to answer your questions.
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Tutorials and Code:
This kit contains basic (Tutorial.pdf) and advanced (Processing.pdf) projects tutorials.
You can download the tutorials and code before purchasing:
Contents of Tutorial.pdf:
Chapter 1 LED Blink
Project 1.1 Control LED by Manual Button
Project 1.2 Control LED by Control Board
Chapter 2 Two LEDs Blink
Project 2.1 Two LEDs Blink
(Download tutorial for details)
Chapter 24 Ultrasonic Ranging
Project 24.1 Ultrasonic Ranging
Chapter 25 Solder Circuit Board
Project 25.1 Solder a Buzzer
Project 25.2 Solder a Flowing Water Light
Contents of Processing.pdf:
Chapter 1 Voltmeter
Project 1.1 Voltmeter
Project 1.2 Voltmeter Dual Channel
Chapter 2 Oscilloscope
Project 2.1 Oscilloscope
(Download tutorial for details)
Chapter 4 Snake Game
Project 4.1 Snake Game
Project 4.2 Snake Game 3D
Chapter 5 Pong Game
Project 5.1 Pong Game
Project 5.2 Pong Game 3D
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All of the items came wrapped up nice and neatly, and I've used almost all of them in some setup or another and they all work just fine. Arduino's are cool. Robots are cool.
But if you are buying this as an entry point for an adult or child into robotics... The tutorial is awful. Absolutely awful. The writer is not native to English, the format jumps around, and there are so many concepts and ideas that are either glossed over, or just outright not explained that after the very basic tutorials, the provided tutorial is almost useless.
And I have a good idea of how it all works. If I didn't... It would have been way harder.
BUT! The items are all good, and there are plenty of other tutorials online! So it's not all bad.
As far as the product goes I have not had any problem with the components so far, I have completed half the tutorials and they are quite comprehensive - though I have a background in engineering.
This is the first arduino kit I have tried and very happy with it. I would recommend it.
I tested the UNO board straight away and it worked fine on Windows 10 without any issues.
I think it is worth looking at the tutorial as it helped me identify some of the parts I wasn't quite sure of.
The tutorial is perhaps a little advanced for complete newbies and the english translation isn't great, but there are plenty of other tutorials and books out there which can be obtained to experiment with all the parts in this kit.
It comes with a plastic utility case which is good quality, but way too small for all the parts, unless you know exactly how to pack it, but this in no way detracts from the value of the kit.
Within two hours, I had made and tested an IR remote and button connected to a motor and such.
Can't go wrong with this kit guys, fast delivery and a great product.
Has everything you could need to get well into IoT with the nodeMCU / Arduino.
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What I found completely outstanding was the number and variety of components that were included in the kit – completely amazing and enough to get started on an infinite number of DIY projects - motors, lights, sensors, an ample stock of jumper cables, and multiple types of prototype boards (both solder and solderless). I can’t begin to tell you how much time it takes to source components such as these without having to search through catalogs of components and specification sheets. It’s nice when these are provided to you without the effort, and at a very good cost.
The second point that I appreciate immensely is the documentation, code samples and even circuit diagrams with descriptions of how they work! In my mind, this really created a comprehensive package and even without engineering degrees, the very ‘readable’ documentation would allow one to get started without the hassle of searching through countless software, electronics or electrical engineering textbooks to find out the basics of each component.
The fine touches, that I appreciate greatly, was that this kit was NEATLY and meticulously stocked – no word of a lie. It wasn’t thrown together or messy, but elegantly put together and NOTHING was broken.
I highly recommend this kit to those that want to learn, regardless of your knowledge in electronics. My very young daughters and I are having a great time using this on our weekends, and I hope to inspire them in the future by using these tools that have been provided. Well done and thank you for putting together a great product and to your team who put together your manual!
The electronic side of things I am still learning and it took some deciphering to figure out how to do certain things or why it was done one way instead of another. The grammar mistakes and sometimes confusing explanations can make it difficult to figure out why something works a certain way.
Overall a great kit for the money and there is tons to do. You do learn from the tutorials. I wouldn't rate it as absolute beginner friendly. If you are not a little bit familiar with either programming or circuitry, you'll like be doing a lot of searching to fully understand what is going on.
I am an Electrical Engineer, I was an electronics nerd in my youth, but my life's path wasn't exactly about that.... after graduating my job had little to none resemblance to my hobby. Anyway, now that I am retired I am enjoying soooo much the kit, it seems like a time travel! Much better than that because on ancient times I used to deal with electronics there was no Arduino nor Freenove to help me! Everything is quite nice, the quality of the components, the range of things the came in the kit is amazing! The help support from Freenove is also very good, though their working times are opposed as mine, so sometimes it takes a little bit to get an answer, but they always do it, and solve it. About value for the money the kit is really a gift for beyond the hardware you get, the most important thing is learning how to program the controller, and it provides a smooth way to develop this skill. Only item I didn't give 5 stars was easy to use. It is because I am not sure if kids, even with the assistance of parents with zero knoledge on this will be able to learn how to code. But it deserved 4 stars because it is probably going to be the "kick start" for going deeper because the projects really work and for those that are curious enough they can research more in the internet. (at those ancient times I had to search for physical books about electronics!). Summing up, it is a puny little price for the giant possibilities it opens for develpment of kids and adults too!
Da die Teile aber je im Prinzip alle untereinander kompatibel sind und es im Arduino-Universum so viele Module gibt, dass eh nie alles in einem Set enthalten ist, kann man sie ja bei bedarf erweitern.
Dieses Set enthält alles, was man für die ersten Schritte mit dem Arduino benötigt, leider ist die Anleitung in diesem Fall nur auf Englisch, aber es gibt auch genügend deutsche Anleitungen und zur Not den Google Übersetzer online, so dass man im Prinzip auch alle Experimente in Deutsch finden kann. Und die Programmierung ist in jedem Fall immer in derselben Sprache. So dass es bisher keinerlei Probleme gab, er hat jetzt schon fast alle Aufbauten ausprobiert und eine Menge Spaß dabei gehabt – bleibt jetzt nur abzuwarten, ob er jetzt dabei bleibt und mal versucht, einige miteinander zu kombinieren…