(RB-13K024)Electronic Start Kit(17 piece set)

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Product overview

This Electronic Starter Kit of Arduino is exclusive research and development by Harbin Alseon Robotics Technology Co., Ltd. Designed for lovers of electronic production of a carefully crafted e-learning package. This set gives full consideration to the difficulties encountered by amateur beginner electronics, from simple to complex, from shallow to deep, from digital to analog sensors stepped learning experiment. Even if you did not learn electronics, and microcontroller, it doesn't matter,as long as you have enough creative, always willing to get involved, take a moment to read the section seven instructional videos, I believe you will soon be able to create stunning interactive works. And this kit doesn't need welding, just like playing with blocks. As docking experiments can be avoid the waste of raw. And the connection line color clearly, strictly in accordance with industry standards, red for power positive, black for negative power supply, the yellow signal line, greatly reducing the possibility of wrong connection.

Arduino is a tool for making computers that can sense and control more of the physical world than your desktop computer. It's an open source physical computing platform based on a simple microcontroller board, and a development environment for writing software for the board. Bridging the gap between the "real world" and your computer, the Getting Started with Arduino kit is your starting point into the world of physical computing. Using the electronic parts included, along with our best selling Getting Started with Arduino book, the co-founder of Arduino, you'll be ready to join the tens of thousands of engineers, designers, artists and hobbyists who have discovered this incredible and educational prototyping platform. Besides the DC plugs and battery packs, this kit requires no soldering whatsoever.

If you've ever wanted to dive into the electronics world but were afraid to try, then this is the perfect kit for you. A fun, beginner's kit, it includes a fully illustrated guide that will familiarize you with a wide range of electronic components while you create small, simple, and easy-to-assemble circuits.

Main controller technical parameters

  1. Main controller:Carduino UNO R3
  2. Microcontroller:ATmega328
  3. Flash RAM:32 KB (ATmega328, 0.5 KB of it is used for Bootloader)
  4. Operating Voltage:5V
  5. Input voltage:External power supply not required when USB connected or Input of 7V~12V DC
  6. Output voltage:5V DC Output, 3.3V DC Output and External power supply input
  7. Clock frequency:16 MHz
  8. Input voltage:7-12V(recommended)
  9. Input voltage:6-20V(limited)
  10. Supports USB Interface Protocol and power supply(External power supply not required)
  11. Supports ISP download
  12. Digital I/O interface:14(6 PWM Output port)
  13. Simulation input interface:6
  14. DC Current:40mA(I/O Pin)
  15. DC Current:50mA(3.3V Pin)
  16. EEPROM:1 KB (ATmega328)
  17. SRAM:2 KB (ATmega328)
  18. Size:75x55x15mm

Packing List

  • 1 × Carduino UNO R3 Controller
  • 1 × Shield board V5.0
  • 1 × Digital Push Button
  • 1 × IR Transmitter Module
  • 1 × LED Module(color: red)
  • 1 × Analog Rotation Sensor
  • 1 × Buzzer module
  • 1 × IR Receiver Module
  • 1 × Light Sensor
  • 1 × Relay Module
  • 1 × Mini IR Line Tracking Sensor
  • 1 × Digital Tilt Sensor(Green)
  • 1 × Digital Virbration Sensor(Black)
  • 1 × Flame Sensor
  • 1 × LM35 Temperature Sensor
  • 1 × DHT11 Temperature Humidity Sensor
  • 1 × Analog Voltage Sensor
  • 1 × PIR Sensor
  • 1 × IR Remote Controller
  • 10 × 3Pin Jumper Wire
  • 1 × 6 xAA Battery holder
  • 1 × DC Barrel Jack Adapter - Male
  • 1 × USB Cable A-B for Arduino
  • 1 × Tool Box
  • 1 × Experiment Example Development Software CD

Arduino download and compilation environment

The most current updated version: Arduino 1.6.5
Download link: http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

Arduino experiment

Light up the 13th pin LED, make it last for one second, switch it off, turn it on for one second again, and repeat the whole process.
In this first experiment, we assume that the used controller model is Arduino UNO, has accessed to the Arduino development environment and has installed a USB drive.

Arduino control board and PC connection

Plug the USB cable into Arduino control board, the other end into the computer's USB port. (When working independently Arduino control board can choose to have its power supply from the USB cable or from the power adapter)

Set up Arduino development environment language

After opening the main Arduino program, the software will automatically recognize the system's language, and then set up a development environment which fits the language. If necessarily, you can also set another different language, just open: File> Preferences, find "Editor language" option, change it to the language that you need (For example: Simplified Chinese), and then close and re-open the main Arduino program, the development environment interface will become Chinese.




Open LED blink sample code

Open software-Select file - Example - 01.Basics - Blink


Set Board Model

Arduino include multiple versions of main controllers, some of the most common are Uno, Leonardo and Mega series controllers. Click "Tools" on the software, and then choose matching model on the option "plate". You need to choose the plate model according to your own type of hardware firmware. (The sample selected is Uno bootloader controller)
Tools - Plate - Arduino Uno


Set the serial port

Tools > Serial ports > xx,xx should accord with what is shown in your computer Device Manager.


Program download

As shown, click to verify, the verification is done, but the program is not downloaded to the controller. It requires to click Upload button to download; if click the upload button directly, the program will first begin the verification process and then download the program directly to your Arduino control board .


Program Effect

Arduino Uno onboard 13-pin LED lights is blinking.

Arduino UNO driver installation

Arduino UNO driver installation method

Selection of sample Program

Fire alarm system

Required Hardware

Hardware Connection

1.Connect the flame sensor to Arduino controller's analog A0 Interface
2.Connect the Buzzer module to Arduino controller's D7 digital interface

Sample Code

int flame=0;//定义火焰接口为模拟0 接口
int Beep=7;//定义蜂鸣器接口为数字7 接口
int val=0;//定义数字变量val
void setup()
pinMode(Beep,OUTPUT);//定义LED 为输出接口
void loop()
if(val>=600)//当模拟值大于600 时蜂鸣器鸣响

Program Effect:When the flame sensor output value exceeds the limited range of 600, the buzzer will give an alarm

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