Introduction-Universal Stater Kit for Arduino


Introduction-Universal Stater Kit for Arduino

The Advanced Kit for Arduino is designed to achieve the goal, a quick start for beginners and to do experiments with advance embedded system for experience professionals. Much like the Osoyoo Basic Kit before it — but better! Bridging the gap between the “real life” and your computer, the Osoyoo Advanced Kit for Arduino takes you further into the world of physical computing. The Advanced Kit has more components and sensors you need to play compared with the Basic Kit. You’ll experience what the tens of thousands of engineers, designers, artists and hobbyists already know about this awesome and educational prototyping platform.

With this kit ,we will take you from knowing to utilizing ,you are able to do more experiment , get your more idea into real action without the restriction of hardware and software.

Buy from US Buy from CA Buy from UK Buy from DE Buy from IT Buy from FR Buy from ES Buy from JP

Arduino is the largest open-source hardware platform in the world and offers infinite possibilities on what you can achieve using simple microcontroller-based products. Learning how to program using the Arduino platform is a never-ending process. New hardware is designed and unveiled to the market every day, but the good thing is that the basics remain the same.

The Arduino has the best features over any other microcontroller. See a few below:

  • Programming is straightforward.
  • USB cable is used directly.
  • Whether your electronics or robotics project is easy or complex, you can make it quick and efficient with Arduino
  • It can be run from a 5v battery.
  • The Arduino IDE software is easy to understand.
  • The code will be uploaded easily with a basic understanding of C programming language.

This kit includes a selection of the most common and useful electronic components as below list. The Main board included in the Kit is the Osoyoo UNO board, which is totally compatible with Arduino UNO R3.  It uses the best quality of material but sells in a much lower price. The Osoyoo UNO board you received is fully tested with preloaded firmware.With the help of this kit combo you can design 13 different projects as per the below mention list.

In addition to a complete set of hardware components the kit has a DVD provide detailed tutorials that you can follow. Starting with some simple LED projects and then moving on to more complicated projects using different modules and sensors, this kit aims to teach users about basic electronics theory, physical computing and how to use Arduino.They come with detailed explanations of the components involved in the projects, fritzing diagrams of the hardware connections and sample codes. The projects progress from the easiest beginner-level tutorials to more complex tutorials for advanced users.  These tutorials as well as online tutorials available on the website and blogs will provide you with enough material for your learning needs. After you are done with the tutorials, you should be able to make your own projects using the different components the kit has.

Tutorials Link
Lesson 1:Introduction of Graphical Programming for Arduino Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 2:An Introduction to Mixly Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 3:Blinking the On-board LED Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 4:Hello World Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 5:Control an LED Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 6:Using a Button Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 7:Eight of Flowing Water Light Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 8:Breathing LED Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 9:RGB LED Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 10:Potentiometer Control LED Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 11:Relay Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 12:One Digit 7-Segment LED Display Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 13:Using 74HC595 with 7 Segment LED Display Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 14:I2C LCD1602 Display Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 15:DHT11 Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 16:Using the DHT11 with I2C 1602 LCD Display Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 17:Using an Active Buzzer Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 18:Ultrasonic Sensor HC-SR04 Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 19:PIR Motion Sensor Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 20:Ultrasonic Range Finder Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 21:Servo Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 22:Sound Detection Sensor Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 23:Photoresistor Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 24:Traffic Light Controller Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 25:Digital Dice Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 26:Use the Push-Button as a Switch Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 27:IR Remote Receiver Module and Controller Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 28:Infrared Remote Control the Lamp Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 29:Acousto-optic Light Control Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 30:IR Track Sensor Detailed Tutorial
Lesson 31:Simple Number counter Detailed Tutorial

Arduino Lessons Content List:

Arduino Lesson 1
What is Arduino?

Arduino Lesson 2
UNO Board

Arduino Lesson 3
Download and Install Arduino IDE
Arduino Lesson 4
What is a Sketch and how does it work?
Arduino Lesson 5
How to Install Additional Arduino Libraries
Arduino Lesson 6
Hello World
Arduino Lesson 7
Arduino Lesson 8
Arduino Lesson 9
Eight of Flowing Water Light
Arduino Lesson 10
PWM Control LED Brightness(Breathing Light)

Arduino Lesson 11

Arduino Lesson 12
Arduino Lesson 13

Arduino Lesson 14

Arduino Lesson 15
The Serial Monitor

Arduino Lesson 16
I2C LCD1602 Display

Arduino Lesson 17

Arduino Lesson 18
One Digit 7-Segment LED Display

Arduino Lesson 19
4 Digit 7 Segment LED Display

Arduino Lesson 20

Arduino Lesson 21
SW-520D Tilt Sensor

Arduino Lesson 22

Arduino Lesson 23
74HC595 with one digit 7-segment led display

Arduino Lesson 24
Digital Dice

Arduino Lesson 25
Traffic Light Controller

Arduino Lesson 26
IR RemoteControl

Arduino Lesson 27
Stepper Motor

Arduino Lesson 28
Stepper Speed Control

Arduino Lesson 29

Arduino Lesson 30
8×8 LED Matrix

Arduino Lesson 31
DHT11 Sensor

Arduino Lesson 32
555 Timer IC

Arduino Lesson 33
2-Channel Relay Module

Arduino Lesson 34
Sound Detection Sensor

Arduino Lesson 35
Ultrasonic Sensor HC-SR04

Arduino Lesson 36
PIR Motion Sensor

We provide the above lessons for now. More lessons will be added in the future.
Last but not the least, work out what you will be doing with your kit and what things you already have. Make a list of the things you will need and how you will design your project. This is one of the most important considerations while choosing the best starter kit.

About the Author

amber administrator

You must be logged in to post a comment