Arduino Starter Kit- a great way to get familiar with the Arduino UNO

Arduino UNO starter kits are best for the beginners who are using the Arduino UNO for the first time. Arduino UNO starter kits can be used by the beginners to create different projects related to Arduino. 15 different Arduino UNO starter projects can be made with the help of the UNO Arduino starter kit.

Arduino starter kits usually come in with different tutorials, which can help a beginner to get started with the Arduino starter kit.

Arduino Starter Kit

The Arduino UNO starter kit is a simple kit that will help you to learn the basics of an Arduino UNO and will help you to build different creative projects related to the Arduino board.

Different starter kits related to different components are provided for the beginners so that they can get to know and learn about the different components and can configure the components to be used in various projects.

Arduino starter kit provides you simple electronic components as well, which will help you to configure different electronic components such as actuators and sensors with the Arduino.

The tutorials for the projects are also provided, and the projects are the interesting projects which build up the interest of the user in Arduino projects and helps him to master the Arduino UNO board.

About Arduino

Arduino was created by 2 Italian engineers named Massimo Banzi and David Cuartielles in 2005.

Arduino was formed by these two engineers to develop the interest of students towards programming, and students should learn and improve their skills of electronics with real-world applications.

Arduino is an open-source programming board which is used to give commands to different electronic components as well as to get some commands from the electronic components.

Arduino robot projects

Several robot projects can be made with this UNO r3 Arduino starter kit. A tutorial for almost 15 projects is provided with the Arduino starter kit so that a beginner can do the projects with the help of the tutorials and get familiarized with the working and handling of the UNO Arduino starter kit.

 

Arduino UNO starter kit components

The Arduino UNO starter kit comes in with different components, which can vary as different suppliers have their package of Arduino starter kit, but the common components which come in with many supplier starter kit can include the following:

  • Arduino UNO R3 Board.
  • USB Cable for Arduino Board.
  • Humidity and temperature sensor module.
  • Pack of resistors, which include different resistors with different values.
  • Standard voltage sensor for Arduino robot.
  • Flame sensor module.
  • Gas sensor shield.
  • Water level sensor.
  • Temperature sensor.
  • Capacitive touch switch module/digital touch sensor.
  • Sound detection sensor module.
  • Motion sensor alarm module.
  • Passive buzzer module.
  • LDR photosensitive module.
  • Human body pyroelectric infrared red sensor PIR.
  • Digital biometric sensor module.
  • Character display LCD.
  • 10K single union potentiometer.
  • 5V 2-channel relay module.
  • Male to male jumper wires.
  • Female to female jumper wires.
  • 830 point solderless breadboard.

Arduino Study Kit

The Arduino UNO board is used with several projects daily. Arduino is the most commonly used micro-controller for several real-time projects.

Arduino has several input and output terminals with which can sense its environment and can adjust itself with different sensors, motors, and actuators.

Arduino programming language is used to configure the microcontroller for several inputs and outputs. It is a single-board microcontroller which interacts with the surroundings and objects.

The latest models of the Arduino has a USB interface, 14 digital input, and output pins and 6 analog input pins that enables a user to attach multiple inputs and outputs.

It is a microcontroller based on ATmega328. The number of digital pins is 14. The 6 pins are used as the PWM outputs. It has 6 analog pins that are used for the input of analog type, the board has a power jack, one reset button and a USB connection along with a 16 MHz resonator.

The board can be powered with a battery or with a connection to a computer with a USB cable.

Features of Arduino UNO

The features of the Arduino are as following:

  1. The brain of the microcontroller is Atmega328 chip, which can be found easily; it has several hardware features among other microcontrollers.
  2. It has a 16 MHz clock, which is fast enough for different applications.
  3. There is an on-board LED which is used for identification.
  4. Arduino UNO has a reset button which is used to reset the program on the board.
  5. It uses USB interference, which is quite simple and easy. The serial communication used in Arduino UNO is an easy protocol that is time tested.
  6. Arduino UNO can be configured by several modern computers very easily.
  7. Arduino is an open-source design that makes it very common for many people and students for various troubleshooting as it is open source.
  8. Arduino UNO makes it easy for the debugging of various projects.
  9. The power of the board can be managed easily, and the board also has an internal regulation of voltage. 3.3 V and 5 V can be obtained from the board as an output.
  10. The board has an internal memory of about 32 KB.

Programming of Arduino UNO

  1. Arduino IDE is used for the programming of the Arduino UNO.
  2. Arduino UNO is configured with the help of software to different components.
  3. The Arduino IDE application is written in JAVA and is used for processing programming language and various wiring projects.
  4. Different pre-defined codes are already available in the software library which can be used.

Arduino UNO Specifications

Clock Speed 16 MHz Microcontroller ATmega328 Input Voltage 7-12 Volts Output Voltage 5 Volts Input Limits 6-20 Volts EEPROM 1 KB SRAM 2 KB Digital Input/Output pins 14 Analog Pins 6 DC current per I/O pin 40 Ma DC current for 3.3V pin 50 Ma Flash Memory bootloader 32 KB

Components and beginners Project tutorials

Arduino UNO Starter Kit

The main problem faced by beginners is the proper understanding of the different components and the lack of knowledge about the programming language.

The beginners are not familiar with the configurations of the components, and the Arduino set up with the components. Also, the programming of the Arduino is difficult for them.

The Arduino starter kit usually comes with the tutorial book, which can be used by the beginners to get started with the projects.

The beginners can use the different sensors and the components included in the Arduino starter kit to model various projects.

Once a beginner can complete the beginner’s project, then he can complete the other projects related to the Arduino UNO board.

The prototyping of the different components with the Arduino board is given in the tutorial book which provides the guidelines for the solderless prototyping of the components with the Arduino board.

The proper UNO board layout helps the beginners to get familiarize with the UNO board layout.

The board indicators, connections, and interactive switches are explained, and their layout is explained in the tutorial book, which comes in with the Arduino starter kit.

The tutorial book provides the complete guide for the installation of Arduino IDE on Windows and other operating systems.

The beginners can set up the IDE for Arduino on their systems, and then they can start learning the Arduino programming as per the guidelines of the tutorials.

The different tutorials help the beginners to set up the Arduino board and its pins configurations with various components provided in the starter kit.

The tutorial book starts from the very basic pi configuration of the Arduino to the setting of the sensors.

The connection establishment between the computer and the Arduino board is explained in the tutorial book.

The different reference links for the troubleshooting of the Arduino board are also provided.

Each starter project of the Arduino starter kit has a detailed explanation in the Arduino starter kit tutorial.

Each project has its level of understanding, and the beginner can learn from the basics of the Arduino coding to the core of the Arduino board with the proper attention and interest.

Each project from the Arduino starter kit has its difficulty level mentioned and the time for the completion of the project and the learning outcomes correctly mentioned at the beginning of the project.

Arduino starter kits are the best way to start working on Arduino boards. The direct approach to use the Arduino board is quite tricky, which ends up in failure after hours of effort and hard work.

Instead of directly jumping on the Arduino board, it is recommended to use the Arduino starter kits at first and after getting familiar with the Arduino starter kits the next level of the Arduino programming and the Arduino board should be approached.

With its open-source platform, the Arduino starter kit is easy to be used by the engineers as well by non-engineering background students and persons to step into the electronics maker world.