• Arduino Uno R3 development board
• Includes over 200 electronic components
• A 170 page book containing 15 projects to get you started with Arduino
• Ideal way to develop you programming skills and learn to design your own experiments
• Can be extended using most Arduino accessoriesWhat is Arduino?
Arduino is an inexpensive tool for developing interactive objects that can detect various inputs and sensors, to control a variety of lights, motors, or other physical outputs. It’s an open-source physical platform based on a simple microcontroller board to which you can write software which controls the board and elements that are attached.
What can I do with the Arduino Experimenters Kit?
The project book contains a 170 page book containing information on how to do 15 projects. The experimentation doesn’t stop with the projects in the book because the Arduino can be used to create your own projects or ones that you can find on the internet.
What skills will I learn?
The Arduino UNO Experimenters kit will guide you through from getting started to creating your own projects. This kit is ideal for everyone from beginners to experts. There is no soldering involved as the kits experiments are created using a breadboard and wire allowing for repeat projects and experimenting. This is a great way to introduce those new to electronics into creating circuits but allows those with more knowledge the freedom to add and customise their projects.
Using a coding languages called C/C++, these skills easily translate to most general software languages, so with this you’ll be learning a lot more than electronics.
Where can I go next?
Once you are familiar with Arduino programming and building you can start experimenting on your own. The Arduino UNO board has 14 digital input/output pins and 6 analogue inputs allowing plenty of room to add on and create. Keep adding and designing with the Arduino accessories and shields.