Official Arduino Seeed Beginner Arduino Sensor Kit (Excl. the Arduino Uno)
The Arduino Sensor Kit is a joint electronics starter kit from Seeed and Arduino. It integrates 10 commonly used electronics modules on one PCB, so no breadboard, no soldering, and even no wiring are required. The Arduino content team has also prepared a step-by-step tutorial for this kit. All these features make it an ideal Arduino starter kit for Steam education and online teaching.Seeed beginner Arduino Kit is available here
R621.00 inc VAT
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This training kit comes with 10 sensors and free training from the Arduino main website. It also includes an Arduino shield that directly fits on the Arduino Uno microcontroller board.
What makes it great is that all the sensors are directly connected to the shield (fits directly on the Arduino Uno) via PC board tracks. Once you finished the course you can break all those sensors out and then connect them to the shield with the provided cables to be used in other projects.
- Co-produced by Arduino and Seeed
- Plug & play addition to the Arduino Uno
- 10 most commonly used electronics modules
- All modules are pre-wired on the PCB, no wiring required
- High-quality online lessons provided by Arduino
- Perfect for Steam Education and Online Education
To get started with a new thing is always difficult, and we've been thinking about how to make learning electronics and sensing the world around you easier than ever. We are proud to announce the release of the Arduino Sensor Kit - Base, a joint production between Arduino and Seeed. The Arduino Sensor Kit is a plug & play addition to the Arduino Uno to get you started with electronics and programming. It integrates 10 Grove modules on a single PCB, including 5 sensors, an OLED display, and actuators. Best of all, those modules are pre-wired, so no breadboard, no welding, and even no wiring! Proving that hardware doesn’t need to be hard.
Before getting started with the Arduino Sensor Kit, you need to have an Arduino UNO board at your side. Just plug the Arduino Sensor Kit into the Arduino UNO board, then you're ready to go enjoy coding! To make it even easier there are step-by-step tutorials, please go to https://sensorkit.arduino.cc to find those high-quality lessons provided by Arduino.