Arduino UNO R3
USB A to B 200mm
830 Tie Points Breadboard
10x 200mm Male to Female Jumper Cables
32x Male to Male Jumper Cables
2 x 36 Pin Male Single in Line header
1602 16 character 2 Row backlit LCD Display
I2C SPI Serial Interface Board (LCD Piggyback)
DS1302 Real Time Clock Module
RC522 RFID Kit
7 Segment Single Digit LED Display
7 Segment Four Digit LED Display
8 x 8 LED Dot Matrix
74HC595 8 Bit Shift Register
Water Level Sensor
ULN2003 Four Phase Stepper Motor Driver
28BYJ-48 5V Four Phase Stepper Motor
KY019 5V Relay Module
KY015 Temperature and Humidity Module
KY016 RGB LED Module
KY037 Sound Sensor
KY023 Dual Axis Joystick Module
PP3 Battery Snap with 2.1mm x 5.5mm plug
Infrared Remote Control
4x4 16 Button Matrix
SG90 Servo Motor
2 x SW-520 Tilt Sensor
Active Piezo Buzzer
Passive Piezo Buzzer
10 x Blue LED
10 x Red LED
10 x Yellow LED
3 x Light Dependent Resistor
Flame Sensor/ Infrared Receiver
LM35 Temperature Sensor
10KΩ Linear Potentiometer (Variable Resistor)
10 x 220Ω Resistors
10 x 1KΩ Resistors
10 x 10kΩ Resistors
10 x 330R Resistors
4 x 10mm Tactile Switches
4 x Tactile Switch Caps
Resistor Colour Code Chart
CD with projects
Arduino Quick Start Guide
Installing the Arduino IDE
- Go to arduino.cc/en/software and download the appropriate version for your system.
- Run the installation file (usually called arduino-1.xx.xx-windows.exe).
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process.
Connecting the Arduino to a computer
- Connect the Arduino to your computer using the USB cable provided.
- Open the Arduino IDE and click on “Tools”. When prompted by windows firewall click allow.
- Move the cursor over “Board” and select your Arduino board from the list (e.g. “Arduino Uno”).
- Click on “Tools” again and move the cursor over “Port”. Now, select the USB port where the Arduino is plugged in. If you have multiple devices under “Ports” and you are unsure which one is the Arduino, try selecting one of the ports and then click on “Tools” and select “Get board info”. If the Arduino port is selected, a small window displaying the board information will appear, otherwise keep trying different ports until the window appears.
- To check if the Arduino is connected correctly, click on the “Upload” button at the top of the screen (button with arrow pointing to the right) and wait for the empty sketch to upload. If no errors come up, you’re all set up and ready to go!
Installing Arduino Libraries
- Open the Arduino IDE and click on “Tools” at the top of the screen.
- Click on “Manage Libraries”.
- Type in the name of the library you wish to install (e.g. “CCS811”) and press enter.
- The Library Manager will now display a number of relevant libraries. Hover the cursor over the required library and click “Install”. When the installation has finished, close the Library Manager window.
- Download the library you wish to install.
- Extract the folder from the zip file and paste it in the following location:
Windows XP and above: C:\Users\%username%\Documents\Arduino\Libraries
Linux: /usr/share/arduino/libraries/ (you must delete the dashes in the folder name, if there are any)
- Restart the Arduino IDE.