Complete Arduino Starter Kit & Course Bundle

What's Included

Product Details

ARDX Arduino Starter Kit

Tackle 13 Different Projects w/ This Fully-Stocked Beginner's Toolkit

By Seeed Studio | in Gear + Gadgets

The ARDX Arduino Starter Kit pairs a detailed, illustrated guide with all the parts you need to build your own circuits. Perfect for beginners, this kit requires no experience and teaches you to use Arduino to control lights, buzzers, and more. Once you master the basics of Arduino, you can control motors on any device you dream up--from robots, to mood lights, to self-playing instruments, and beyond.
  • No soldering or electronics background required
  • Straight forward instructions, including diagrams & troubleshooting tips
  • Additional instructions for taking your projects to the next level
  • 13 circuits included, each with a breadboard layout
  • Arduino Uno
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Details & Requirements

Includes:
  • 1 Arduino UNO R3
  • 75 premium jumper wires
  • 1 type B USB cable
  • 1 9V battery clip
  • 1 5mm diffused RGB LED
  • 1 Piezo sensor - minisensor 100
  • 10 5mm red LEDs
  • 10 5mm green LEDs
  • 1 10mm blue LED
  • 1 Toy DC motor
  • 1 9g high sensitive mini sensor
  • 1 74HC595
  • 1 buzzer x1
  • 1 1M resistor
  • 2 pushbuttons
  • 1 potentiometer (10K)
  • 1 light sensor (5528)
  • TMP36 x1
  • 1 relay (5v,3A/120VAC)
  • 2 P2N2222A
  • 25 560 Ohm resistors
  • 3 2.2k Ohm resistors
  • 3 10k Ohm resistors
  • 1 220uf capacitor
  • 2 1N4001
  • 1 breadboard
  • 1 male pin header
  • 4 plastic rivets
  • 1 acrylic holder
  • 4 rubber bumpers
  • 13 color breadboard layout sheets
  • Full color printed Experimenter’s Guide
    • Free shipping
    • Ships to: Continental US only
    • Shipping lead time: 3-4 weeks
    Expected Delivery: Aug 20 - Aug 23

    Access
    Lifetime
    Content
    19 hours
    Lessons
    99

    Arduino Step-by-Step 'Your Guide to the Internet of Things' Course

    Explore the World's Friendliest Electronics Prototyping Platform

    By Udemy | in Gear + Gadgets

    Feed your interest in electronic design with this 19 hour course on basic Arduino concepts. Get started on your personal electronic projects with your newfound knowledge of Arduino hardware and programming environment upon completion of this course.
    • Over 99 lectures and 19 hours of content
    • Program in the Arduino prototyping platform
    • Understand the principles of programming micro-controllers
    • Explore basic principles in electronics design
    • Study and use many types of sensors and components
    • Connect your Arduino to the Internet for reporting and controlling
    • Use tools to build electronic devices
    Dr. Peter Dalmaris is an Electrical and Computer Engineer, with a PhD and a couple of Masters degrees in Information Systems. He has been a lecturer for over 13 years in a variety of IT subjects. During this time, he developed a hands-on teaching style, whereby he invites and challenges his students to learn by doing. For more details on this course and instructor, click here.

    Details & Requirements

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: web streaming
    • Certification of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Experience level required: all level

    Compatibility

    • Internet required
    • An Arduino controller & other materials are required to practice along with the course

    Access
    Lifetime
    Content
    4 hours
    Lessons
    29

    Arduino 'Make a Remote-Controlled Car' Course

    Advance Your Skills & Build a Full-Featured Remote-Controlled Car

    By Udemy | in Gear + Gadgets

    Take your Arduino skills to the next level, and build something awesome in the process. In this course, you will follow a step-by-step guide to convert an average RC car into an ultra-fun custom cruiser, plus gain tons of skills to use elsewhere.
    • Over 29 lectures and 4 hours of content
    • Allow for communication between Arduinos w/ RF24-style transceiver module
    • Combine DC motors with L298N motor controllers
    • Measure distance to an obstacle w/ the HC-SR04 ultrasonic sensor
    • Use a Wii Nunchucko
    • Create protocol for transmitting instructions to a receiver
    • Select the appropriate type of battery for a mobile application
    • Pick the appropriate microcontroller
    • Retrofit an existing toy to increase its capabilities
    • Gain confidence using power & soldering tools
    Dr Peter Dalmaris is an electrical and computer engineer with a PhD and a couple of Masters in Information Systems. He has been a lecturer for over 13 years in a variety of IT (and occasionally management) subjects. He developed a hands-on teaching style, whereby he invites and challenges his students to learn by doing. He has taught thousands of students in dozens of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Peter is also a software developer at Futureshock Enterprises, making applications using Ruby, Ruby on Rails, and iOS. For more details on this course and instructor, click here.

    Details & Requirements

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: web streaming
    • Certification of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Experience level required: intermediate

    Compatibility

    • Internet required
    • Basic knowledge of Arduino IDE, breadboarding, wiring, soldering & debugging highly suggested

    Access
    Lifetime
    Content
    5 hours
    Lessons
    26

    Beginning Arduino 'Make Your Own Environment Monitor System' Course

    Create a Gadget That Posts Your Environment Data to a Web Logging Service

    By Udemy | in Gear + Gadgets

    Get a full spectrum understanding of how to utilize the Arduino prototyping board, from creating circuits to building an Internet-connected environment-monitoring gadget.
    • Over 26 lectures and 5 hours of content
    • Make simple circuits based on the Arduino board
    • Acquire data from sensors and display them on an LCD screen
    • Upload sensor data to a free cloud logging service & visualize in a dashboard
    • Understand the basics of programming for microcontrollers
    Dr Peter Dalmaris is an electrical and computer engineer with a PhD and a couple of Masters in Information Systems. He has been a lecturer for over 13 years in a variety of IT (and occasionally management) subjects. He developed a hands-on teaching style, whereby he invites and challenges his students to learn by doing. He has taught thousands of students in dozens of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Peter is also a software developer at Futureshock Enterprises, making applications using Ruby, Ruby on Rails, and iOS. For more details on this course and instructor, click here.

    Details & Requirements

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: web streaming
    • Certification of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Experience level required: beginner

    Compatibility

    • Internet required
    • Available on iOS & Android
    • Basic knowledge of electricity suggested
    • To take full advantage of this course, you will need: an Arduino (suggested: Arduino Uno), a photoresistor, a DHT22 temperature and humidity sensor, a BMP085 barometric sensor breakout, a 16x2 LCD screen based on the Hitachi HD44780 driver (or compatible, these are very common), a potentiometer, assorted resistors, a small breadboard, breadboard wires


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    • All sales final
    • Instant digital redemption for courses + physical shipment