Geekcreit UNO R3 Starter Kit For Arduino £15.68 Free Shipping at Banggood
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Geekcreit UNO R3 Starter Kit For Arduino £15.68 Free Shipping at Banggood

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Found 18th Jul 2017
This is the learning kit set I found yesterday and for the people who begin to learn this.

After applying code: UNOSETS only for £15.68 at checkout.

Is a upgrade version UNO R3 starter kit, add more components to achieve more features and experiment. You'll learn through building several creative projects. Starting the basics of electronics, to do more complex projects, the kit will help you control the physical world with sensor and actuators.

Package included:

1 x Arduino compatible UNO R3 development board
1 x USB cable
1 x Prototype extension board
1 x Mini breadboard
1 x 5V stepper motor
1 x 2003 stepper motor driver board
10 x Red LED
10 x Green LED
10 x Blue LED
2 x Vibration Sensor
1 x Flame sensor
1 x LM35 temperature sensor
1 x Infrared receiver
3 x Photoresistor
4 x Key cap
4 x Key switch
1 x Adjustable potentiometer
1 x Passive buzzer (piezo buzzer)
1 x Active buzzer (tone generator)
1 x Jumper cap
1 x Large breadboard
1 x Remote Control
1 x 1602 Screen
1 x 9G servos
1 x Component box
1 x 10p DuPont line
30 x Breadboard line(approximately)
1 x 220ohm resistance
1 x 8*8 dot matrix
1 x One digit eight segment tube
1 x Four digit eight segment tube
1 x IC 74HC595
1 x Battery Holder
1 x 1K resistor plug
1 x 10K resistor plug
1 x 9V battery
1 x 2.54mm 40pin pin header
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3 Comments
Not a bad kid, but NodeMCU is the thing to buy really.
The kit I bought had no instructions and none of the components were labeled.

Daft that they supply so many LED's, without enough resistors.
bigbak

Not a bad kid, but NodeMCU is the thing to buy really.The kit I bought … Not a bad kid, but NodeMCU is the thing to buy really.The kit I bought had no instructions and none of the components were labeled.Daft that they supply so many LED's, without enough resistors.


One of the kit images shows about 30 resistors, looks like enough for the 30 LEDs.
HarryFenner

One of the kit images shows about 30 resistors, looks like enough for the … One of the kit images shows about 30 resistors, looks like enough for the 30 LEDs.



Which value would you use then? Or would you randomly use one of the 30 resistors with multiple values?
What's your input voltage?
The value of the resistor will change based on the colour of the LED and the input voltage. 30 isn't enough.

You should probably start with a ladybird book.
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