• Control your hardware via the internet with this IOT Wi-Fi board
• Make more than 20 different projects
• Requires a microUSB cable and Single 9V battery (not included) for power
• Create with 22 parts
• Includes a 96 page book complete with clear instructions
• Learn to program projects and see how they work
What can I do with this kit?
Learn to program in Arduino IDE with this Internet of Things (IOT) board. There’s no need for an additional board, as this kit comes with everything but the power supplied (USB-micro USB and 9V batterys required). Learn how to program and connect to the internet with your projects, and learn how to construct circuits and build physical sensors as well. With over 20 projects to try and no soldering or glue, this is a great way to continue learning about electronics.
What can I learn from this kit?
Learn how to use the internet to improve your projects and combine it with programing to make some fun experiments. Home automation means that everyday things like light switches, heating and even power can be controlled remotely via the internet. See what you can do with this versatile kit, and monitor your circuit with the two row display so you can see exactly what’s happening from both ends.
Where can I go with this?
The only limit to what you can design with this kit is your own imagination. Learn and develop your programing designs and connect them to real world projects using the basics that you have learnt in this kit. This IOT board allows you to connect your projects to the internet and take advantage of your Wi-Fi network. With 22 components, you have plenty of pieces to experiment with. The two breadboards included mean that you can connect the parts together in as many different ways as you want, as often as you like.
What projects are included?
This kit comes with a great range of projects, including:
• Switching LEDs via UDP
• Network switch
• Media centre control
• Web server
• Controlling an RGB LED via TCP
• Controlling GPIO using a web page
• Twitter alarm system
• Controlling the Pretzel board by ThingSpeak and many more