Sensors implementation and programming is a key skill for beginners to design their DIY project for Arduino. To assist starters to be informed sensor programming, we designed this OSOYOO brand sensor modules kit which has delicately selected sensors to detect temperature, humidity, sound, light, Infrared, motion, Bluetooth and lots of other regularly-used properties. OSOYOO sensor kit provides step by step instruction, detailed circuit connection graph/video, verified sample code and library package which can save lot of user’s research time and speed up the learning progress.
All sensors in OSOYOO sensor kit are carefully selected and tested. We do away with many old-fashioned sensors which have low reliability and duplicate function as other sensor in the kit. Due to this fact, it can save a large number of product and shipping cost for our users.
Sensor kit listing:
1PC Hall magnetic field Sensor
1PC DS18B20 Temperature Sensor
1PC Full Color RGB LED Module
1PC TCRT5000 infrared/optical tracking sensor
1PC Infrared obstacle avoidance sensors
1PC Infrared transmitter module
1PC Transmitter Module
1PC Sound sensor module
1PC Hc06 bluetooth sensor module
1PC Infrared-receiver module
1PC Photo-interrupter sensor module
1PC tilt module
1PC Flame Sensor
1PC Relay module
1PC Touch Sensor module
1PC Digit light sensor
1PC DHT11 temperature Humiture Sensor
1PC Reed switch module
1PC MQ-2 Sensor
1PC Garden soil moisture sensor
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The kit has 20 projects and 20 sensors modules for Arduino and raspberry Pi beginners.
This is OSOYOO 20 sensor Starter Kit, developed specially for those beginners who are interested in Arduino.
A complete set for Arduino is most common and useful electronic components.
Detailed tutorial including project introduction and their source code will be provided FOR FREE.
The keep watch over board isn’t included
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