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Arduino RFID starter Kit
Arduino starter Kit with sensors, motors and motor drivers.
Arduino starter Kit is a great way to get started with Arduino, coding and electronics! You will have all the components you need to make fun projects
One of the most exciting aspects about Electronics is the world of sensors, communication, power, light and everything else that falls under the broad name of electronics. Not only is it one of the most diverse fields on the planet, but it is also very intriguing and fun to learn about all the different ways in which we utilise electricity.
This is why we are always excited to get unique Arduino Kits and packs like this Arduino RFID Kit, which helps you learn all about the various aspects of electronics, with this RFID kit specifically focusing on Wireless RFID and NFC communications. Including a full complement of sensors, modules, connectors, cables, as well as an RFID module, card and tag to experiment with and build your own custom projects!
And while there are some great examples of projects through the internet to enjoy with this kit, you can utilise this kit for whatever projects you can imagine. In fact, some of our customers have even taken this kit and utilised it in conjunction with other Electronics Kits that we stock, to equip themselves with more than enough electronics modules, sensors and other Components to handle large-scale advanced projects like robots or home automation!
All the things listed in the piacture.
1 x UNO R3 board
1 x Prototype shield
1 x Mini breadboard
1 x 1602LCD
1 x USB cable
2 x Buzzer
6 x Digital tube
1 x 74HC595 chip
1 x Infrared remote control
1 x Photoresistor
1 x 5K potentiometer
1 x 10K potentiometer
1 x MAX7219 LED display IC
5 x Small push-button
10 x Big push-button
10 x Red LED
10 x Green LED
10 x Yellow LED
5 x RGB LED
1 x Tilt sensor
1 x 940nm infrared LED
1 x RGB model
1 x DC motor
1 x 5V stepper motor
1 x Stepper motor driver test model
1 x Water sensor model
1 x Flame sensor
1 x LM35 temperature sensor
1 x VS1838B universal infrared receiving head
1 x 830 hole breadboard
1 x Micro servo 9G SG90
1 x HC-SR04 ultrasonic distance sensor
1 x One-channel relay
1 x 4x4 switch keypad
1 x 2.54mm straight 40 Pin header
1 x 2.54mm elbow 40 Pin header
10 x Dupont line (Female to Female)
1 x Arduino compatible joystick
25 x Jumper wire
5 x 1K resistor
20 x 10K resistor
20 x 220 resistor
1 x DC 9v battery box including the cable
1 x 8*8 dot matrix display
1 x RFID-RC522 module
1 x The standard S50 blank IC card
1 x S50 special-shaped card (as shown by the key ring shape)
1 x Curved header needle
1 x Cell Box
Some the projects that you can Accomplish with this amazing Kit !
RFID with Arduino integration
As mentioned above, RFID can be very useful. In embedded systems, it is widely used in various applications such as clocking systems. Or make the door unlock system etc.
In this article, we will try to use the MFRC522 RFID reader module 13.56MHz frequency that within the set will have both card tags. And the key tag to be included Making it easier to experiment this time
The RFID reader module, MFRC522, can be easily used with the Arduino board. People have written the library to use it already. Which can be downloaded at https://github.com/miguelbalboa/rfid When entering, click the Download ZIP button on the right.
When the download is complete To extract all files to Arduino
Open the Arduino program, then click on the File menu > Examples. Scroll to find MFRC522.
Come back to use the circuit first When the bag is removed, the MFRC-522 module will not be sold to the solder. Must solder the fishbone to make it easier to use before (If you want to plug in the ProBoard, it is recommended to use straight legs. If you want to attach to the box or come to the extension line, recommend using bent legs)
The circuit can be connected as shown below.
*** Be careful about connecting the voltage to 3.3V. If connected to 5V, the module may be damaged. ***
In the case that it is not dominant, look at the picture. Can continue to follow the table below