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SunFounder Project Super Starter Kit for Arduino UNO R3 Mega2560 Mega328 Nano - Including 73 Page Instructions Book
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- STEM EDUCATION KIT - Perfect choice for beginners to learn Arduino, electronics and program.
- LEARN TO CODE EASILY - You can learn how to code faster and easier than ever with this visual programming language software.
- 19 PROJECTS PROVIDED - This starter kit provides a record 19 projects with diverse functions allowing for a dynamic creative experience.
- STYLISH PACKAGING - A cool-blue plastic packaging box is included for easy and neat storage.
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This is a magical tool kit with various components inside for learning, which will lead you to the world of Arduino quickly. It includes 19 lessons, each containing the circuit connection, principles, Fritzing images and code explanations for you to learn Arduino from scratch. In addition, detailed introduction of the components is included in the manual and you can try some extension experiments by yourself after studying this kit.
19 Projects for beginners
Lesson 1 Blinking LED
Lesson 2 Controlling LED by Button
Lesson 3 Controlling LED by PWM
Lesson 4 Controlling LED by Potentiometer
Lesson 5 Flowing LED Lights
Lesson 6 RGB LED
Lesson 7 DC Motor Control
Lesson 8 LCD1602
Lesson 9 Serial Monitor
Lesson 10 7-Segment Display
Lesson 11 74HC595
Lesson 12 Dot-matrix Display
Lesson 13 NE555 Timer
Lesson 14 Rotary Encoder
Lesson 15 ADXL345
Lesson 16 Simple Creation - Light Alarm
Lesson 17 Simple Creation - Traffic Light
Lesson 18 Simple Creation - Digital Dice
Lesson 19 Simple Creation - Small Fan
1 x Project Box
1 x Booklet
1 x RGB
40 x Pin Header
1x 555 Timer IC
2 x Optocoupler 4N35
2 x Shift Resister 74HC595N
1 x H-Bridge L293D
1 x Accelerometer ADXL345
1 x Rotary Encoder
5 x Push-Button (small)
8 x Resistor 220 Ohm
4 x Resistor 1k Ohm
4 x Resistor 10k Ohm
1 x Resistor 1M Ohm
1 x Resistor 5.1M Ohm
1 x Potentiometer (50kΩ)
1 x LCD1602 Character Display
1 x Dot Matrix Display 8x8
2 x 7-Segment Character Display
1 x DC Motor
16 x LED red
2 x LED white
2 x LED green
2 x LED yellow
2 x NPN Transistor (S8050)
2 x PNP Transistor (S8550)
4 x Capacitor Ceramic (100nF)
4 x Capacitor Ceramic (10nF)
4 x Diode Rectifier
1 x Breadboard
1 x USB Cable
65 x Jumper Wire (Male to Male)
20 x Dupont wire (Female to Male)
1 x Passive Buzzer
1 x Fan
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I would imagine that if you're the sort of person that wants to buy an Arduino or clone that you'd be the kind of person that doesn't mind trial and error and figuring things out. That's good because you'll need to a little bit with one of these (it's kind of the whole point). For instance, when I plugged my board in and tried to upload my first sketch I couldn't, but with only about 2 minutes on Google I found my problem and was good to go.
So here's my review:
1. The product works as advertised. It is a solid Arduino Mega 2560 clone that does what an Arduino Mega 2560 is supposed to do, and that's cool. It really is cool what it can do, and I find myself sitting around thinking of cool stuff to make it do.
2. The kit has a nice supply of interesting input and outputs. Switches and LEDs and such. However, it's basic toy stuff and just designed to show you how these things work. After only a few days I've exhausted the possibilities and am ready to move on to cooler things that will cost me more money.
3. The tutorial is sorely lacking. It's not really that bad, but there should be a lot more of "why." For instance, Lesson 13 is about the NE555 timer. It shows you how to wire the circuit, gives you the code, and shows you what the desired outcome should be. I dutifully copied it all and got the desired outcome. Yet, I have no idea still exactly what was happening. There's a resistor and 2 capacitors in the circuit - the tutorial doesn't explain why or what they are doing. The tutorial never really explains what the 555 timer chip is doing. It's a really really poor tutorial and you'll not learn a much at all about the 555 chip, electrical engineering, or the Arduino platform from it.
The more basic tutorials were easy to figure out. In fact, I quickly took what was in them and then hacked them to make my own versions. to do my own things. Perhaps they made the tutorials bad so you'd leave the tutorial behind and get to hacking, since that's what it's all for anyway.
The product came with a nice blue storage box, the box could have been slightly larger, but I can't really complain. It also came with a small board that you could mount your Mega to, but I don't think I will. Interestingly, it came with a resister band color code sticker. I already lost the tutorial book because I found the webpage tutorials to be more useful: [...]
Oh, and don't try to take the propeller off of the motor, once it's on it won't come off without breaking, I broke mine on day one. Fortunately I don't care, but a kid might be sad.
All in all I am very happy with this product, and I would have probably bought it again.
1.) Great Jumper cables (you can never have enough of these right?)
2.) love the breadboard. Crucial for any electronics enthusiast
3.) Includes a USB cable, and a good one at that. Those of you familiar with Arduino will know they are notoriously known to hardly ever include a USB cable with the device. So its nice to get one in such an inexpensive kit.
4.) The Dot matrix is great, realistically worth about half of the kit's entire price!
5.) The L293D is included and is a nice chip to have for any part's bin
6.) Nice variety of resistors, transistors, switches, a couple potentiometers, diodes, capacitors, decent number of LEDs, a motor and a few others things.
7.) No electronics workshop is complete without a 555 timer (I actually received 2 of them), an optocoupler and a shift register (2 are indeed included).
8.) Great LCD screen included! Easily an 8 dollar screen.
9.) And now for the Pièce de résistance of the entire set: ***THE ACCELEROMETER!!*** Just plug it in and you're ready to go. Good quality and responsive. Considering that an accelerometer at RadioShack is 38 dollars, the fact that you're able to get this chip for 2 dollars (once you figure out the cost of everything in the kit) is astonishing. It's seriously worth it to buy the kit for this part alone.
1.) Just one: There are absolutely no paper instructions included with this kit. There's a parts list, a resistor color chart, and that's it. If you're tech savvy and knowledgeable in the field then this is non-concern. If you're a novice then go to the linked website in the product description. I do electronics as a hobby and am by no means an expert, so believe me, I went to that website more than once (o:
Anyway, if you're thinking of buying this. DO IT! You'll love it!