|Computer Memory Type||Unknown|
|Device interface - primary||Buttons|
|Package Dimensions||17.1 x 12.5 x 6.2 cm; 224 Grams|
|Item Weight||224 g|
|Date First Available||11 June 2020|
KEYESTUDIO 37 in 1 Sensor Kit Programming Starter Kit for Arduino Raspberry Pi Learning Project STEM Education, Electronics Components Set for Kids Teens Adults + Tutorial
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|Specific uses for product||Education, Programming|
|Human interface input||Buttons|
About this item
- This sensor kit comes with 37 basic sensors and modules, which is good for learning basic knowledge about sensors
- It comes with detailed tutorials which include pictures and code and 37 projects, explained step by step
- Each module has 3-4 pins broken out that make it easy to plug into a solderless breadboard or hook up to with DuPont wires
- They are intended to be used with the Arduino platform, but can also be used with the Raspberry Pi platform as well
- 37 Sensor kit came nicely packed in a carrying case with every single sensor wrapped in plastic and in its own compartment
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This kit has everything you need to start a project for all students learning about electronics and coding.
Complete and popular sensor kit based on Arduino programming. It comes with detailed tutorials which include pictures and code and 37 projects, explained step by step.
37 kinds of sensors in a handheld box for you to interact with the physical world. It will provide you with endless hours of fun, entertainment, and education and will enable you to make things you didn't even realize you needed.
Please note that the sensor module kit without Any MEGA 2560, UN0 R3 Board
It is great for learning what various sensors can do, how you control them, and how you can use them together.
Turn ON/OFF LED
Some of these modules are extremely simple and basically just breakout the pins of a common device (like an LED or button) to a more larger format that is more prototyping friendly. Just simply connect a button sensor to control the led sensor on or off.
This flame sensor can be used to detect fire flame or other lights with wavelength stands at 760nm ~ 1100nm. Perhaps you can install it to monitor the kitchen or make an alarm when detecting the flame source.
Temperature and Humidity Monitor
This DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Sensor is a composite sensor which contains a calibrated digital signal output of the temperature and humidity. Use this sensor to detect the ambient temperature and humidity around you.
This kit also has every sensor, water level sensor and electric components you will need to make hundreds of projects.
Traffic Light Senor
Upload the program to make the red, green and yellow LED on the module automatically simulate the traffic light turning on and off.
The sensor is set with two probes which can be inserted into the soil to detect the moisture content. The higher moisture (less resistance), the higher conductivity the soil has. With the help of this sensor, the plant can remind of you: I need water.
In this project, you will learn how to generate a sound with an active buzzer module.
Water Level Sensor
This sensor measures the volume of water drop and water quantity through an array of traces of exposed parallel wires.
It is designed for water detection, which can be widely used in sensing the rainfall, water level, even the liquate leakage.
Delightful gift for young geniuses, tech learners!
It's a good kit to learn about Arduino. The examples are clear and easy to follow.
All the components are in good shape, and there’s lots of opportunity to experiment and learn new things.
This sensor bundle kit allows you to move from the simple and graphical to the hardware and coding level of DIY electronics
Good for learning basic knowledge about Arduino and sensors.
You can make 37 fun projects following our step-by-step tutorials on the wiki. More projects please see the tutorial to start off!
Note the main control board, breadboard and LCD in the photos are Not Included! only for reference use!
Good Birthday gift and Christmas present for your Kids
- Project 1: White LED
- Project 2: RGB LED
- Project 3: Traffic Light
- Project 4: Buzzer Beeping
- Project 5: Passive Buzzer
- Project 6: Motor Module
- Project 7: Digital Push Button
- Project 8: Collision Flash
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Wasted a load of time to find out it did not work and it works without messing about changing libraries.
One bad thing is no schematic for this that I can find that is.....
Con Arduino va tutto bene, c'è un file con le descrizioni ed i programmi.