Some of the most in demand products we have in our inventory are our starter kits. Although some might look similar to one another, each device serves its own special purpose. You may be after Arduino kits or some from the PLD line. Whatever, the case, you’ll be happy to hear that we’ve got a varied selection in stock.
Finishing an Arduino project is great, no matter what kind of device it is. The issue here is that the majority of beginners don’t know where to start. Without a type of electronics background or experience, even novice projects can be tricky to get off the ground. As they drag on the costs can also add up. Luckily, we are here to help.
What we’re going to do is go over some uncomplicated Arduino projects that you should have no problem completing without any pricey add-ons. All you will require to get started are the components that exist inside Arduino starter kits.
A straightforward alarm
This set up makes use of a motion sensor to recognise movements and release a sharp tone. It also creates a visual display using flashing LED lights. The project shall introduce you to a few accessories you might not have seen before. You’ll become acquainted with the nuances of employing NewPing too. This Arduino library assists users in tracking as well as testing their sonar distance sensors.
Another excellent introduction to Arduino programming would be the traffic light controller project. It utilises a green, yellow, and red LED. It’ll allow you to hack your code to alter the sequence, timing, or output. Furthermore, it’s a brilliant way of getting to grips with some simple coding.
At Kanda, in addition to the starter kits themselves, we also supply accessories to go with them. Examples include the MICRO-X Sensor Pack and the Bluetooth UART Module. If that wasn’t enough we also offer some fantastic resources, including guides for circuits and software documents.
If anything we have has caught your attention, contact us today to find out more.