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ELEGOO UNO R3 Project Most Complete Starter Kit w/Tutorial Compatible with Arduino IDE (63 Items)
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- More than 200 components, this is the most complete starter kit you will find. Great value starter kit with 63 kinds of electronic components.
- Has all the components you need and a free PDF tutorial (more than 30 lessons) to show you how to use them. All code to use the modules is included on the CD.
- All the modules come soldered so they are easy to wire up.
- Includes ELEGOO R3 controller board and USB cable, 100% compatible with Arduino IDE Official R3, Official kit.
- Kit comes packaged in compartmentalized case with a bonus box for small parts like LED’s, IC’s, buttons, diodes, etc.
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|Included Components||UNO R3 Microcontroller|
|Item Weight||2.15 pounds|
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Elegoo Industries - Ingenious and fun DIY electronics and Robot kits
Want to learn how to work with electronics and programming but need a little help? You've come to the right place!
Elegoo UNO R3 Starter Kit provides an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software, which evolves the user from beginner to professional level.
Our starter kit is designed to get you started quickly and easily on your path of learning electronics. Originally this pack was designed to follow the introductory tutorials with 33 creative and fun projects on our CD and website. But it's a great starter kit in general as it's designed for everyone even novices who has very little or no electronics and programming experience. The starter bundle contains everything you need (except tools) to take your first step on Arduino journey!
Starter kit that everyone can use to learn electronics and programming
Electronics is not as complicated as you imagine especially with Elegoo UNO R3 Starter Kit. For advanced users like professional lab engineers, electronic major students and experienced Arduino hobbyists, they can use this kit to do various kinds of tests and experiments with so many sensors available at hand.
What about novice users who don't have any electronics knowledge? Fear not amigo. Just follow our tutorial enclosed and step by step you will come to realize that learning electronics is more fun than you ever expected with this amazing sensor kit.
It’s a good choice and perfect gift for your friends, family or kids who are obsessed with electronics, programming or robotics to take their first steps on electronics journey!
The most complete starter Kit with high quality components and sensors
Quantity and quality are both important here in Elegoo UNO R3 starter kit. The most essential parts in this kit are UNO R3 controller board and expansion board, which is a perfect Arduino clone with excellent product finish. Besides, we offer other over 60 kinds of components and sensors from small parts like LED diodes, resistors and potentiometer to big parts like LCD1602, RFID module and 830 tie-points breadboard, which meet your demands for your different projects either it is simple or complex.
Sturdy quality is definitely the most important thing to Elegoo even with so many components provided we never compromised on the quality. Instead we keep improving our product quality in our own factory and we produce the products by ourselves under high standards and strict quality control. Pins and wires on some of the parts like LCD16502 and motors have been pre-soldered which is very convenient and saves your time.
74HC595 Shift Register and LEDs
74HC595 is a Serial to Parallel Converter which has eight outputs (perfect) and three inputs that you use to feed data into it a bit at a time.
This chip makes it a little slower to drive the LEDs (you can only change the LEDs about 500,000 times a second instead of 8,000,000 a second) but it's still really fast, way faster than humans can detect, so it's worth it!
74HC595 shift register is a type of chip that holds what can be thought of as eight memory locations, each of which can either be a 1 or a 0. To set each of these values on or off, we feed in the data using the 'Data' and 'Clock' pins of the chip.
LCD1602 Display module
LCD1602 module is a display that has an LED backlight and can display two rows with up to 16 characters on each row. You can see the rectangles for each character on the display and the pixels that make up each character. The display is just white on blue and is intended for showing text.
Lining up the display with the top of the breadboard helps to identify its pins without too much counting, especially if the breadboard has its rows numbered with row 1 as the top row of the board. Do not forget, the long yellow lead that links the slider of the pot to pin 3 of the display. The 'pot' is used to control the contrast of the display.
DC Motors and L293D Transistor
In this project you will learn how to control a small DC motor using an UNO R3 and a L293D transistor, which is a very useful chip. It can actually control two motors independently. We are just using half the chip in this lesson, most of the pins on the right hand side of the chip are for controlling a second motor.
L293D is quadruple high-current half-H drivers and designed to provide bidirectional drive currents of up to 1 A at voltages from 4.5 V to 36 V. The L293D is also designed to provide bidirectional drive currents of up to 600-mA at voltages from 4.5 V to 36 V and drive inductive loads such as relays, solenoids, dc and bipolar stepping motors, as well as other high-current/high-voltage loads in positive-supply applications.
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First, the set arrives in a very useful organizer. I found this to be a really nice feature and helps save time when searching for parts to build each different project.
Upon initial inspection, the quality of each component appeared very acceptable. Definitely low-quality parts — as you’d rightfully expect at this price point — but certainly no where near “junk” quality. By low-quality, I’m referring to mostly the solder quality, but also the individual piece-parts used in the assemblies are your standard Chinese low-grade parts. Some soldered parts were installed misaligned and some PCB assemblies still had visible contamination on them from inadequate washing. Again, this is all to be expected at this price point and so far, I was very pleased. The real test is if everything worked...
I completed all the tutorials and found the instructions very easy to follow. A CD is included in the kit, which supposedly contains all the required software, tutorials and datasheets. My laptop doesn’t have a CD ROM drive so I downloaded everything on the Elegoo website. That’s probably the best option anyway — that way, you know you are using the latest versions of everything. The datasheets were a nice-to-have, although some of them were not as detailed as they should be. Still useful nonetheless. The tutorial manual was clearly written — it’s definitely not poorly translated Chinese-to-English like I expected. It’s entirely written in clear English. In some places, I wish it did a better job explaining the code and syntax, but honestly, that’s something Google can handle. Every tutorial was completed easily and I only discovered one technical mistake: the tutorial on DC motor control omitted a groung jumper between the Arduino board and the breadboard/motor controller board. Consequently, the control signal logic levels were not correctly referenced to the same ground potential on both boards. The motor did not respond correctly at first but some quick troubleshooting lead me to add the ground connection and everything worked flawlessly after that. I’ve tested every component in the kit now and everything works as intended. I’m a little bit surprised at this but very, VERY happy.
This kit has been a ton of fun to play with. It’s perfect for anyone wanting to get started with Arduinos. It has so many different cool components that this will keep you entertained and get your creative juices flowing. I highly recommend it!
Lesson 32 Issues:
There is a arduino file named "With_Remote" in the Lesson 32 folder.
When the comments on the code say // Rotate CW it really means Rotate Counter Clockwise.
When the comments on the code say // Rotate CCW it really means Rotate Clockwise.
Also, in order for the project to work the way it is supposed to, you will need to push the "VOL+" and "VOL-" buttons on the remote control. (There are no UP and DOWN buttons on the remote control , as mentioned in the code comments.)
Lastly, if you are getting a "'TKD2' was not declared" compiler error ( you will know what i mean when you see it ) ,
you will need to go to C Drive > x86 > Arduino > libraries > RobotIRremote > src. After clicking on the folder named src you will see 2 files named IRremoteTools.cpp and IRremoteTools.h. Cut these 2 files and paste them somewhere else ( on your desktop for example). These files conflict with other files in the Arduino library and dont let Lesson 32 work the way it is meant to work. Just dont delete them permanently!! You might need them later.
I will post more updates on the kit as time passes.
My only complaints:
1. The Relay: you have to bend a pin on it to fit it in the breadboard. NO way around it. The pin on mine is gonna break after only messing with it a few times. Would be nice if it came pre-mounted on a tiny PCB or something, like some of the other components.
2. L293D chip is bad. Has trouble operating motor. Will only run motor in one direction, and it barely works doing that.
3. My thermistor (even after using a completely different code) reads my 70F (21C) living room as -3F (-19C). It's completely useless.
Spoke with company. They immediately put new replacement parts in the mail. They even hooked me up with a few more breadboard wires. Just got them all yesterday. Still pretty happy about the entire kit. 10/10 would recommend.
Regardless, its still worth it.
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It arrived quickly and I was not disappointed. The UNO R3 board is good quality and has clear labelling on it, which is very useful for a beginner. The kit came with all the components you would need when starting out, plus a CD with all the code and libraries that go with those components. The CD also contains a user guide with many lessons available. Combining this with the main arduino website & forums, it was easy to get it up and running. I had the software installed on my PC (tried both Linux & Windows with no issues) and had the "blink" program loaded in minutes! I have also tried many (but not all) if the accessories that were supplied and they are all of a good standard and are in working order.
All was supplied in 2 handy storage cases to protect all the components and keep them in one place. I also thought it was a nice touch providing a plastic base and mounting screws for the board to keep it steady while in use.
I look forward to many hours of using this product and working my way through the tutorials!
1- Arrived promptly. I got it 2 days after I ordered it. Faster than most items I've bought on amazon.
2- It is comprehensive, You get not only the boards and leds, but also a good assortment of sensors, motors and display panels. Things like a motion sensor, ultrasound sensor, IR sensor with a remote, microphone, temperature & humidity sensor, acelerometer, RFID board, water level sensor, keypad, buttons & joystick, 7-segment display, LCD screen, DC motor, stepper motor with a motor driver board. In addition to the usual stuff, resistors, capacitors, transistors, diodes, potentiometers, power supply, battery, and a lot of wires.
3- It's very cheap compared to the amount of items you find inside. The cheapest actually.
4- Customer service is amazing, I've found the IR receiver is not working, I contacted them asking for a replacement for the IR receiver, they replied within hours & they sent me a whole new kit as a gift !! I mean a complete second kit in addition to the one I already have, for free, isn't that the most amazing customer service ever?!
I can't think of any.
everything is in working order, nothing is broken appart from 2 slightly bent pins which were easily corrected. im good with electronics, but i am bad with programing, but using this kit i am quickly starting to learn. i have already started on building a Mars Rover project
Das Geschenk, was es bei mir dazu gab, taugt nichts. Man sotte eigentlich den Arduino auf eine Platte schrauben können, aber die Schraubenköpfe sind zu dick und passen nicht alle in die vorgesehenen Löcher.
Was mich persönlich ziemlich stört, ist das PDF und die Testprogramme, welche auf CD kommen, und eigentlich als Erklärung für die Komponenten gedacht sind.
Die Programme und Beschreibungen sind teilweise zu umständlich geschrieben, teilweise aber auch einfach falsch.
Oft fehlt ein übersichtlicher Schaltplan, vor allem bei vielen Kabeln ist es sehr störend (Schaltpläne gibt es in den ersten und einfachen Lektionen, und ansonsten so gut wie nicht).
Bei der Lektion zum Relais gibt es kein übersichtliches Bild (Schaltpaln gar nicht, Verkabelungsskizze unverständlich, Foto unübersichtlich), mit dem man den pysikalischen Aufbau meistern kann.
Bei der Lektion zur vierfachen Siebensegmentanzeige wird nur eine Ziffer verwendet. Es macht allerdings Spaß sich ein Programm zum Multiplexen selbst zu überlegen.
Der Thermistor ist nicht zu gebrauchen, denn es fehlt die Formel, mit der man die gemessenen Spannunug in Temperatur umwandelt. Das Programm wurde offensichtlich von Adafruit kopiert und niemand hat darauf geachtet, dass die dort einen ganz anderen Thermistor verwenden. So ist mein Zimmer über 200°C heiß. Eine ungefähre Formel kann man durch ausprobieren und vergleichen mit anderen Thermometern herausfiniden.
Das Ultraschallmodul liefert nur Vertrauenswürdige Werte, wenn man es senkrecht ausrichtet und die Objekte auch alle Senkrecht zur Ausbreitungsrichtung des Schalls sind. (das scheint aber am Modul selbst zu liegen, bin allerdings kein Experte)
Die Zeichen vom Keypad sind softwareseitig komplett durcheinander.
Das programm zum Wassersensor muss man immer wieder neu kalibrieren.
Das RFID Moduls ist definitiv nicht für Anfänger geeignet! Ist zwar nett, das zu haben, aber man versteht es halt nicht und es würde meiner Einschätzung nach sehr lange dauern sich da rein zu arbeiten.
Bei Stepper-motoren dieser Bauart muss man immer zwei Pins vertauschen, damit sie anständig funktionieren. Das ist hier einmal physikalisch mit dem kabeln des Motors getan und aber auch softwareseitig, sodass sich der Effekt wieder aufhebt und der Motor nicht anständig läuft. Um das hreauszufinden habe ich ewig gebraucht! Und zunächst dachte ich der Motor sei kaputt. Wer es sich kauft:
So ist es: Stepper myStepper(stepsPerRevolution, 8, 9, 10, 11);
So muss es sein: Stepper myStepper(stepsPerRevolution, 8, 10, 9, 11);
(Dazu: Der Motor hat 32 Schritte pro Umdrehung, aber eine Untersetzung von 1:64, sodass er 2048 Schritte für eine Umdrehung der Ausgangswelle braucht, im Programm stehen 200, weil es rücksichtslos von der Arduino-Website kopiert wurde.)
Für die Komponenten lohnt es sich, zur Anwendung der Komponenten ist Eigenrecherche gefragt.
Der Versand war am selben Tag wie die Bestellung, und geliefert wurde in kurzer Zeit.
Das Produkt kam in einer großen Verpackung an. Welches Vorteile hat, um Schäden zu vermeiden.
Ich mag die Box.
CD-Tutorial leider nur auf Englisch, wünsche mir eine deutsche Version.
Etwas mehr Styropor oder ähnliches für ein paar mehr Fächer könnte noch benutzt werden.
Wiederverschließbare Tüten anstelle von verschweißten Tüten.
Leider passt die Schraube vom Geschenk nicht so ins Loch neben dem Reset Knopf.
Alles andere, außer das Negative :D
Gestern angekommen und schon heute ist mein erstes kleines Auto gefahren!
Wer schon einmal etwas mit Informatik/einer Programmiersprache am Hut hatte findet sich schnell zurecht.
Ich bin wirklich begeistert. Absolut weiter zu Empfehlen.
P.S. Auch bei mir hat der Arduino nicht auf das -Geschenk- gepasst. (Es war kein, wie auf den Bildern gezeigtes Kunststoff-Brett sondern aus Holz/Pappe). Aber es hält trotzdem gut, 2 von 4 Schrauben langen auch.
Aber auch mit nur 2 von 4