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KEYESTUDIO IOT Starter Kit for Arduino R3, Electronics Coding Home Automation Kit DIY for Internet of Things, Wooden House Learner Kit STEM Education for Kids and Adults

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  • IoT Starter Kit is an all-in-one bundle for Arduino beginners to fast experience and build Internet of Things projects. Able to set your own password for this arduino-based IoT home kit to start Internet connection.
  • The home automation system kit comes with an R3 control board, sensor shield and hundreds of sensors/actuators such as LED, buzzer, relay, button module,1602 I2C LCD module, gas detection module, bringing endless possibilities to your IoT applications.
  • You can make 15 fun projects following our step-by-step tutorials on how to build Internet of Things projects with Arduino. Start from building a basic LED Blink program to a complex fully functional smart home with fan control, motion, moisture detection, BLE remote control and more!
  • Refined instructions on how to assemble the house from scratch. All the necessary programs and codes, software and driver installation files are included. The assembly is relatively easy. Everything you need is in the box including tools.
  • Great for anyone that's into building and learning Arduino electronic, IoT robotics and coding. Search Online-tutorial on KEYESTUDIO wiki website; Technical support is available!

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  • Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 23.2 x 15.5 x 8.8 cm; 740 Grams
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ 15 July 2020
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ keyes
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B08CZ778DJ
  • Item Model Number ‏ : ‎ KS0085
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.3 out of 5 stars 47 ratings

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arduino robot kit stem

Learn electronics and programming with KEYESTUDIO IoT UN0 Starter Kit

KEYESTUDIO support team will strive to help elementary and middle school students as well as hobbyists, through STEM education, strengthen their hands-on practices and problem-solving abilities in programming and making. We provide clients with the highest cost performance products and secure the premium quality of our products.

KEYESTUDIO smart home lot kit contains exquisite packaging. If your kids, family or friends are drawn to the world of electronics and robotics, this kit would be a great choice and a perfect gift for them to start their first step on the electronic journey.

This DIY kit contains many small parts, it is very suitable for those with strong hands-on ability. and cultivate children's hands-on ability.

The learning kit is compatible with the Arduino IDE and is suitable for learners with basic Arduino programming.

If you do not have Arduino-related knowledge, it is recommended that you learn basic Arduino knowledge before using the IoT kit.

Please Note:

1.This kit does not include batteries, You need to bring your own battery.

2. A small fan is included in the kit. Because it is used for experiments, there is no additional fan protection cover.

3.Before starting any project, you need to get your Arduino talking to your computer. This allows you to write and compile code for the Arduino to execute, as well as providing a way for your Arduino to work alongside your computer.

4. Before uploading any code, the Bluetooth module must be disconnected. The Bluetooth module can be connected after the code has been loaded successfully.

Take your existing skills and capabilities to the next level by building challenging applications with ease.

arduino uno starter kit

Multi-function _turn the idea into a practical application

1602LCD display, 2 buttons Press button1 to enter the password “*” which will display on LCD screen; press button2 to confrim it. thus open the door.
Photocell, PIR motion, LED. When at night, PIR motion sensor detected someone passing by, LED is on; nobody is around, the LED is off.
Soil moisture sensor, buzzer Insert soil moisture sensor into plant pot, when the soil is too dry, buzzer will alarm you to water it.
Gas sensor, buzzer When the gas sensor detects the high concentration of Smoke signal, the buzzer will emit a "tick,tick" alarm.
Steam sensor, servo, window When steam sensor detects raindrop, the servo 2 will be activated, the window will be closed automatically, otherwise, the window will be open.
Switch on fan or open music Operate on keyes IoT APP and all functions can be turned into reality.

Great iot home kit for you to explore internet of things.

arduino starter kit

  • Project 1: LED Blink
  • Project 2: Breathing Light
  • Project 3: Passive Buzzer
  • Project 4: Controlling LED By Button
  • Project 5: 1-channel Relay Module
  • Project 6: Photocell Sensor
  • Project 7: Adjusting Motor Servo Angle
  • Project 8: Fan Module
  • Project 9: Steam Sensor
  • Project 10: PIR Motion Sensor
  • Project 11: Gas Sensor
  • Project 12: 1602 LCD Display
  • Project 13: Soil Humidity Sensor
  • Project 14: Bluetooth control
  • Project 15: Multi-purpose Smart Home Kit

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great time - nearly perfect for kit-building enthusiasts
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great time - nearly perfect for kit-building enthusiasts
Reviewed in Canada on 11 September 2020
4.8 stars, but I rounded up. I thoroughly enjoyed myself with this, but if you're making it with a kid, be prepared for quite a bit of head-scratching. Also, it is great for experimenting but most certainly not a complete "Learn to Code" kit (though honestly what is?)

My full, exhaustive review is below. Note that I am coming from my perspective here as a 20-something dude that likes robots, wooden model kits, and Arduinos. Your mileage will almost certainly vary, and I would assume that a "Regular Joe" would give this a 3.5-4/10 and a "Parent/Grandparent + Kid Hobby Tag Team" would likely give it a 4.5ish but maybe 4 for the money and the finagling. Though it's by no means a bad deal; there's a lot here and the box is full of goodies. Again, I thoroughly enjoyed myself with this.

For starters, this kit arrived quickly, was packed exceptionally well, and was a ton of fun to put together.

You get a bunch of little bags of components/parts/nuts/screws and stuff. Everything small is even labelled, it's attention to detail you rarely see.

The whole thing is powered by a Keyestudio PLUS Controller Board, which is basically an Arduino Uno on steroids, with USB-C and cool enhancements like that.

You get a sensor shield for it, as well as a beavy of sensors and stuff. Buttons, a relay, two LEDs (one white, one yellow), a soil hygrometer, a moisture sensor, a photodiode, a fan module (with a built-in L9110 motor controller, a little DC motor, and a plastic fan and nosecone; good stuff), a gas sensor (honestly dunno why), two servos, and a buzzer.

There's a few wooden boards with laser-cut parts for the house itself. Some are parts of the house itself, others punch out. Gears and fasteners and stuff. Smells good, but maybe I just get nostalgia from the smell of wooden kit parts because my grandpa and I used to build so many of them together. ☺️

The instructions basically tell you to go to the Keyestudio wiki, which has its own big page for this kit. It's somewhat tricky to read/comprehend, but if you take your time and follow along step by step you should be able to figure it out, given enough time and a bit of head-scratching. But hey, use it or lose it, right?

The app used to control everything is frankly a bit of a buggy mess, but that's mostly the fault of the fact that it's using a Bluetooth module and an Arduino-compatible board. I know from experience that you can only do so much with that setup, communicating with plain text. That's why I bought a Pi Zero W honestly; Arduino + Bluetooth is cool but not as cool as it could be or sounds like it is.

Anyway, the instructions also have a dozen-odd projects to do before building the house. Mostly hello world stuff with some of the major components.

Good stuff, and an Arduino hackers' dream really. Most of the stuff will probably go over your head or be kinda weird the way it's explained unless you've done this stuff before. It ain't a catwalk for an absolute beginner, but if you know a thing or two about Arduino, electronics, programming, etc. you can figure it out.

Rarely did I stop in ten process of going through the projects/build and think "Wait, I don't know what I'm doing here" though there were a couple times.

I was running through it all pretty quickly, and it took about 5.5 ish hours for the unpacking, setup, projects, building, etc. Unless you have a ton of patience or are going through Arduino withdrawal (guess which one describes me) you're not finishing this in one sitting. But that's good, really.

It'd make a great project for a kid and adult/older sibling to walk through together over the course of a week or two, a little bit at a time so you don't overload their brains or go beyond their attention span. It any kid who loves coding, hacking, building, crafting, robots, and/or kits like these would have to be in a pretty bad mood to not at least get a kick outta this. It's like a major upgrade to those build-it models you might see at your local dollar store (Needless to say, the kind of stuff I was raised on).

Overall, yes there are a lot of little things that bring it down. Yes it's a challenge to put together, and not always a good challenge. There are some downright tiny parts, but at least there are a few extras of some components. Some steps require quite a bit of precision (like putting a gear on a servo; I honestly can't say I enjoy that bit) and some things would probably break on you pretty easily.

The wiring of the whole house is frankly nothing short of a mess. But honestly what is to be expected when there is just that much going on?

The big 6xAA (it needs the voltage, but I'm sure it'd last quite a while on good batteries; I just powered it from my laptop personally) battery pack can power the main board, or you can use the provided USB-C cable.

The "final product" is a bit underwhelming in some aspects. Like, why is there a random soil hygrometer sticking out of the roof? I guess to check the water level of a nearby houseplant? But you'd have to figure out an uninterruptible power supply to make it worth it.

Why is there a gas detector? Like really? The instructions say it can detect "flammable/hazardous gas" well OK but I'd rather not rely on a glorified bird house to tell me that there's dangerous fumes in the air, thank you very much. Also, there's like a password on the door that uses the buttons on the front of the house, but I couldn't get it to work properly. And why is there just a random relay on the side that goes "Click click click" when you trigger it but it isn't attached to anything else? 😅

You'll probably notice the two squares of foam tape on the roof of my house. That is because I have up on the roof, and also because you need to take the roof off in the current state of this thing to reach the Bluetooth module so you can unplug it while uploading new code... Yeah...

The app again is really quite a mess, but honestly you could use any app that communicates over Bluetooth 4.0 and plain text (ASCII? I dunno) and there are some good ones out there. You just need to get the right letters to send to then board.

Overall, if you're looking for something easy to help your child/friend/loved one learn to code, hate to say it but this ain't it, chief.

It advertises being compatible with Scratch and Visual Programming, which is not a lie, since again, there's a glorified Arduino Uno in there.

But none of the code samples in the documentation are in Scratch. And the final big loop the whole thing runs off is nearly undocumented and comes out of nowhere at the end of the instructions. Sure, the other projects do give rather simple example programs for the components and decent explanations, but it's by no means a complete curriculum.

Honestly though it's Keyestudio, you really can't go wrong with their stuff. Their staff are generally pretty friendly and will get back to you if you have any questions promptly. Their stuff is top-notch as far as I'm concerned, at least at their budget-friendly price point.

Would I recommend this, and to whom would I? Yes, I would recommend this to someone with either a child or who knows a child that would be interested in it (not really for an adult to put together themselves. I had fun though, since I tend to see these types of things through rosy specs, but I digress). It's no learn-code-quick scheme or teaching aid necessarily, but it's a great time kicker rainy day type project that doesn't require much other than your time, concentration, and thumbs (popping out/pressing in wooden pieces, spinning nuts, holding stuff together, pressing down wire blocks, etc.)

Although I would probably rather recommend getting just the Keyestudio PLUS Controller Board, the Keyestudio Sensor Shield to go along with it, and a Keyestudio Sensor kit or something if what you want to do is just tinker or have parts for other projects. I honestly think that Keyestudio is basically one of the best brand names in the hobby microcontroller accessories market (Kuman and DFRobot are also very good IMO) so I do feel good about recommending their products over random knock-off potential trash.

Speaking of which, I'll probably be dismantling this house and cannabalizing it for its valuable Keyestudio parts once I've exhausted the list of things I want to do try to do with it (mostly custom programs using the sensors; the code it comes from is pretty good but I'd rather take a crack at it myself.)

Wouldn't buy another one, but the parts are high quality, and this made for a fun afternoon, so I'm happy with it. 😀
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4.0 out of 5 stars Has it’s pros and cons
Reviewed in Canada on 31 December 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Arduino kit!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Domótica basada en arduino
Reviewed in Spain on 20 December 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Domótica basada en arduino
Reviewed in Spain on 20 December 2020
Un excelente kit de robòtica para aprender domótica, basada en arduino. En formato de maqueta para ensamblar y colocar multitud de sensores. Por la pantalla se visualizan informaciones, según lo programes. Todo el material necesario y bien empaquetado, con manual de instrucciones.
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5.0 out of 5 stars App loT key
Reviewed in Canada on 1 December 2020
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