SunFounder Basic Sensor Kit for Arduino UNO R3 Mega2560 Mega328 Nano (without controller) - Including 87 Page Instructions Book
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- El kit tiene 37 proyectos y 37 sensores del módulo para los Principiantes.
- Este es el Nuevo Sunfounder 37 Kit sensor Principiante, desarrollado especialmente para los Principiantes que estén interesados en Arduino.
- Un conjunto completo de componentes electrónicos más comunes y útiles de Arduino.
- Tutorial detallado incluyendo la introducción del proyecto y su código fuente se prestará de forma gratuita.
- El Arduino control esta incluida Plaza no.
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This new 37 Modules Sensor Kit provides all kinds of funny and completed moduels for Arduino fans. These modules will output valuable signals directly by connecting Arduino boards. It is extremely easy for Arduino fancier to control and use these modules. This kit will help you control the physical world with sensors.
Switch Hall Sensor x1
Shock switch x1
Knock sensor x1
Infrared transmitter x1
Laser Transmitter x1
Reed switch x1
Mini Reed x1
Analog-temperature sensor x1
Digital-temperature sensor x1
Active Buzzer x1
Passive Buzzer x1
Button Switch x1
Tilt-switch module x1
Mercury switch module x1
DS18B20 Temperature Sensor x1
Rotary Encoder module x1
7-color Auto-flash LED module x1
Photoresistor Sensor x1
Humiture Sensor x1
Obstacle Avoidance Sensor x1
Tracking Sensor x1
Microphone Sensor x1
High-sensitive Voice Sensor x1
Metal Touch Sensor x1
Flame Sensor x1
Relay module x1
Joystick PS2 x1
MQ-2 Gas Sensor x1
Analog Hall Sensor x2
RGB LED Module x2
Two-color Common-Cathode LED x2
Magic Cup x2
4 X 4Keypad x1
Remote controller x1
250k Ohm Potentiometer x1
470k Ohm Resistor x1
Jumper wires (male to female) x40
Jumper wires (male to male) x20
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So for those who are contemplating purchasing this kit.....caveat emptor...no hookup instructions....but Arduino code is downloadable.
It is easier if you have some background in electronics. So, I take away one star for this.
This is my recommendation: Look at the picture on this web page in the description of this product to identify the associated sensor name to determine what sensor is what. Google a web search "Keyes" followed by sensor's module name. You might be able find a power and ground hookup using this web search. For instance the IR receive sensor is ky-022. 5V is the center pin, the pin marked "s" is the sensor output, and gnd is pin 1. In general, the sensor output is labelled "S".
Open the associated sketch downloaded from the box website as given on this webpage. From the sketch pin allocation, you can determine which pin of the arduino is tied to which pin of the sensor. If you cannot find a "schematic" from the previous web search, you may need careful consideration which pin is power and ground.
I was please to see all of the code ran after the small issues mentioned above and was clean.
One more small issue was the connection of the LCD. The digital pin connection varied between lessons so you could not use the same pin connections from lesson to lesson. I was doing all of the lessons requiring the LCD and had to carefully check the digital pin connections to the Arduino board. I could have changed the code to match the previous lesson but wanted to see if the documentation was correct. Overall the kit worked and helped me reacquaint myself with the code,various libraries and sensors.
Also If the kit had a Bluetooth sensor in my mind it would be a complete kit for the hobbiest.
One reviewer complained about a lack of female-female connectors. This is only a problem for connecting with a Raspberry, not an Arduino. There are plenty of male-female connectors for the Arduino, although I don't know why this kit needs the male-male connectors that it has.
Each small module is packaged in a little resealable plastic bag that can be marked for identification. I would use a tackle box to store the small modules and use the kit container for the larger components.
The only serious complaint that many reviewers have had is poor or missing documentation. I think the folks at SunFounder have been listening, because the kit I received came with a little booklet that clearly identified and explained each module. It also includes projects for each module (which I have not yet attempted). This documentation, although not perfect, is way better than the online documentation available at the app,box,com|s|pgxevk7rj5tb9l3bdpkz site. An accompanying disk contains code and videos keyed to the booklet. The disk, and probably the booklet, appears to have been prepared about August 2014. The code on the disk is revised from the code on the website.
I am not only very happy with my purchase, but also pleased that these folks take customer satisfaction seriously.
I do have one suggestion for SunFounder:
Make the booklet and the new code available on your website so that earlier purchasers can take advantage of your recent documentation efforts.