UCTRONICS Ultimate Starter Learning Kit for Arduino MEGA

UCTRONICSSKU: RB-Adu-43
Manufacturer #: KB0003

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Description

  • 153-component learning kit with 59 kinds of electronic components
  • Learn how to program with Arduino IDE to develop many interesting projects
  • Includes an ESP8266 Module, a NE555 Timer, a RTC Module, a Water Lever Sensor, a Sound Sensor, etc.
  • Provides schematics, wiring diagram, detailed steps of operation and results of 33 experiments
  • Designed for Arduino Mega 2560 Microcontroller Rev3 (the UCTRONICS version is included)

The UCTRONICS Ultimate Starter Learning Kit for Arduino MEGA is especially designed for Arduino MEGA2560. With this kit, you can learn how to program with Arduino IDE to develop many interesting projects. You don’t need to solder the pins by yourself, just connect the circuit by DuPont cables to breadboard. The tutorial book of 33 lessons includes introduction of components, code library, schematic, dedicated wiring diagram, detailed steps of operation and experimental result.

UCTRONICS Ultimate Starter Learning Kit for Arduino MEGA- Click to Enlarge

The kit includes an Instruction Booklet, a MEGA 2560 R3, an ESP8266 Module, a 1602 LCD, a NE555 Timer, RTC Module, a Water Lever Sensor, a Sound Sensor Module, etc.

UCTRONICS Ultimate Starter Learning Kit for Arduino MEGA- Click to Enlarge

  • 1pcs Mega2560 R3
  • 1pcs MEGA 2560 R3 Proto Shield V3
  • 1pcs 830 Tie Point Breadboard
  • 1pcs 65 Male to Male Jumper Wire
  • 20pcs 15cm Male to Female DuPont Wire
  • 1pcs USB Cable
  • 1pcs 9V Battery Clip
  • 1pcs 9V 1A Power Supply
  • 20pcs 220 Ω resistor
  • 10pcs 1KΩ resistor
  • 10pcs 10KΩ resistor
  • 2pcs SS12D00G3 Switch
  • 1pcs Power Supply Module for Breadboard
  • 4pcs 5mm Green LED
  • 4pcs 5mm Yellow LED
  • 4pcs 5mm Blue LED
  • 8pcs 5mm Red LED
  • 2pcs 74HC595 IC
  • 8pcs 6x6x5mm Button
  • 1pcs 5mm RGB LED
  • 1pcs 5V Active Buzzer
  • 1pcs 16R Passive Buzzer
  • 2pcs S8050 NPN Transistor
  • 2pcs S8550 PNP Transistor
  • 2pcs SW520D Tilt Switch
  • 1pcs 7-segment Display
  • 2pcs GL5528 Photo resistor
  • 1pcs 5V Relay Module
  • 4pcs 1N4007 Diode
  • 4pcs 1N4148 Diode
  • 1pcs 4-bit 7 Segment LED
  • 1pcs SG90 9g servo
  • 1pcs DC Motor
  • 1pcs L9110 DC Motor Driver IC
  • 1pcs Fan
  • 1pcs Stepper Motor
  • 1pcs ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver
  • 1pcs PIR Motion Sensor
  • 1pcs 1602 LCD
  • 2pcs 10K potentiometer
  • 1pcs 502 5K Thermistor
  • 1pcs DHT11 Temp & Humi Sensor
  • 1pcs Joystick Module
  • 1pcs HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor
  • 1pcs HX1838 IR Receiver
  • 1pcs 21 keys Remote Controller
  • 1pcs 10 segment LED
  • 1pcs 4x4 Matrix Keyboard
  • 1pcs RTC Module
  • 1pcs Water Lever Sensor
  • 1pcs Sound Sensor Module
  • 1pcs MAX7219 8x8 LED Module
  • 1pcs NE555 Timer
  • 10pcs Ceramic Capacitor(104 100nf)
  • 2pcs 10uF Electrolytic Capacitor
  • 1pcs MPU-6050 Module
  • 1pcs Rotary Encoder Module
  • 1pcs ESP8266 Module

Customer Reviews

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Brennan
Great assortment of parts to give you a sandbox of experiments

There is a great assortment of parts included that allows you to experiment as you go. While it may not have exactly what you need, there will be something similar enough to gain a proof of concept before buying other smaller components. The value is great for what you get, and includes quite a few things you may not think to order at a given point in time. My only complaint is that the included tutorial booklet only shows you how to do the hardwire portion of the "lessons" and not any of the coding behind it. You are told to upload the pre-written code. FWIW, the lesson explanations are great besides that, as they describe what the circuit does and how. Overall I liked this kit so much I ordered another one to help others learn how to start building with Arduino as well!

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John
Decent Purchase, Not Perfect

For 90$ this is still a pretty good buy considering how many components you're getting. But when it comes to the book, the instructions are very sub par, they just show a wiring schematic and a brief description of what the component in question does. No help regarding code and for the wiring schematic itself, its pretty unclear for things like the motor driver where the orientation of how you wire it does matter. I got around this by just looking up the schematic to the individual components online, and the coding wasn't that hard, but for most people I think they would expect to find these sort of things in the book. The stepper motor I received does not work, it can't go faster than 6 rpm (abysmally slow), otherwise it just locks up and/or skips steps (it was sent to me damaged). Other than that, its a great buy! Everything wrapped in nice esd safe material and great price value. Would give 5 stars if not for the broken stepper motor and the sub par instructions.

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bee
Awesome Starter Kit for the price

I found this awesome as someone who wanted to start doing more personal projects. I have been following along to a YouTube series by Paul McWhorter who uses a similar kit. My only complaint so far is that the stepper motor appears quite unconventional, as my impression was that using the stepper motor library was sufficient to run it. This wasn't the case, but the Arduino code on Github helped me figure it out. Other than that, the shipping was fast and this is definitely a great kit for someone wanting to get started.

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