Wireless Simplicity: Arduino Sensor Kit – 10 most popular modules for Arduino UNO

Arduino Sensor Kit made in collaboration of Seeed and Arduino.

The Arduino Sensor Kit is a plug & play addition to the Arduino Uno to get you started with electronics and programming. It integrates 10 modules on a single PCB, including 5 sensors, an OLED display, and actuators. Best of all, those modules are pre-wired, so no breadboard, no welding, and even no wiring!

The kit is equipped with 16 Grove connectors, which when placed on the board, offer functionality to the various pins. With seven digital connections, four analog connections, four I2C connections, and a UART connection, the base shield can be easily mounted onto an Arduino UNO board and programmed through the Arduino IDE.

This is game-changing for classrooms, where most of the time goes to fixing loose or incorrect wiring.

Due to the fact that Arduino Sensor Kit is based on Grove Beginner Kit, you can find that all courses on Make2Learn are perfectly fit both these products. But you also can expect some more additional lessons made specially for Arduino Sensor Kit, so make sure to follow us on social medias not to miss out this update. With all these lessons you will go through every component on the board and even learn some basic electro mechanical principals.

All modules of Arduino Sensor Kit fully supports graphical programming with CodeCraft. This enhances it’s capabilities as an already exceptional educational tool.

You can purchase Arduino Sensor Kit in our store!

Read more about Grove Beginner Kit at Seeed’s wiki and check out course material on Make2Learn.

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