Hobby Components Microcontroller Experimenter's Kit with Arduino Compatible Nano
The Hobby Components Microcontroller Experimenter's Kit is an ideal gift for anybody who wishes to get started in the world of microcontrollers and el...
The Hobby Components Microcontroller Experimenter's Kit is an ideal gift for anybody who wishes to get started in the world of microcontrollers and electronics and is designed to compliment most microcontroller and microcontroller development boards on the market. It contains a range of sensors and displays that allow you to experiment and develop software for typical microcontroller applications. Although the basic kit can be used with most microcontrollers, this kit is specifically aimed at the Arduino platform. It includes a CD containing a user manual, Arduino software and example Arduino sketches that make use of the components supplied within the kit.
This kit is currently supplied in four versions; The basic kit containing all the components listed below and three version that include either a Arduino compatible Nano, R3 Uno or R3 Mega.
Kits supplied with Arduino compatible development boards are ready to be used out of the box and contains the following items:
If you opt to purchase the kit with an Arduino compatible development board, you will receive one of the following:
R3 Compatible Mega + USB Cable
R3 Compatible Uno + USB Cable
Compatible Nano + USB Cable
1 x 8x8 LED Matrix Display
1 x 4-digit 7-segment Display
1 x Shift Register
65 Jumper Cables
4 x Push Buttons
1 x Active Buzzer
1 x Passive Buzzer
1 x PP3 Battery Clip
1 x 400 Point Solderless Breadboard
1 x 10K Potentiometer
1 x Light Dependant Resistor (light senor)
1 x Infrared LED (5mm)
1 x Infrared Sensor
1 x Temperature Sensor (LM35)
1 x Tilt Sensors / Switches
2 x Red LED (3mm)
2 x Blue LED (3mm)
2 x Green LED (3mm)
2 x Yellow LED (3mm)
10 x 220R Resistors
5 x 10K Resistors
Infrared Remote Control
4 x 4 16 Key Matrix Membrane Keypad
CD including manual and example sketches
This board in this kit is derived from the Sparkfun(TM) reference design which was released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license.
You can see the license here:
Technical support for any product sold by Hobby Components should be directed to Hobby Components. We have no affiliation with Sparkfun.