This sensor kit contains 48 kinds of commonly used sensor modules in playing the microcontroller, such as active buzzer module, 5V relay module, temperature and humidity module and so on. It is compatible for various microcontrollers and Raspberry Pi. At the same time, we also provide some detailed projects for each sensor based on development board, including wiring method, test code, etc. It can help you have further understanding of those sensor modules and can apply them to interactive projects.
Note that in the following projects, the main board and other wires are Not Included in this kit. You need to prepare them by yourself.
|1||White LED Module||1|
|2||RGB LED Module||1|
|3||3W LED Module||1|
|4||Traffic Light Module (Black and Eco-friendly)||1|
|5||Active Buzzer Module||1|
|6||Passive Buzzer Module||1|
|7||Digital Push ButtonModule||1|
|9||Line Tracking Sensor||1|
|10||Infrared Obstacle Avoidance Sensor||1|
|11||Photo Interrupter Module||1|
|12||Hall Magnetic Sensor||1|
|13||Knock Sensor Module||1|
|14||Digital Tilt Sensor||1|
|15||Capacitive Touch Sensor||1|
|17||Reed Switch Module||1|
|18||PIR Motion Sensor||1|
|19||Analog Temperature Sensor||1|
|20||Analog Rotation Sensor||1|
|22||Analog Sound Sensor||1|
|24||Soil Humidity Sensor||1|
|25||Analog Gas Sensor||1|
|26||Analog Alcohol Sensor||1|
|28||Analog Piezoelectric Ceramic Vibration Sensor||1|
|30||Thin-film Pressure Sensor (Black and Eco-friendly)||1|
|31||TEMT6000 Ambient Light Sensor||1|
|32||GUVA-S12SD 3528 Ultraviolet Sensor||1|
|33||Digital IR Receiver Module||1|
|34||Digital IR Transmitter Module||1|
|35||Pulse Rate Monitor Module||1|
|37||Rotary Encoder Module||1|
|38||5V Single Relay Module||1|
|39||LM35 Linear Temperature Sensor||1|
|40||DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Sensor||1|
|41||Magical Light Cup Module||2|
|42||APDS-9930 Attitude Sensor Module||1|
|43||ALS Infrared LED Optical Proximity Detection Module||1|
|44||MMA8452Q Module Triaxial Digital Acceleration Tilt Sensor||1|
|45||keyestudio 9G Servo Motor Blue 180°||1|
|46||HC-SR04 Blue Ultrasonic Sensor||1|
|47||Keyestudio 0802 LCD module 5V blue screen（with backlight）||1|
|48||keyestudio I2C 8x8 LED Dot Matrix||1|
When getting the development board, first of all you have to install the Arduino IDE and the driver, and all relevant files can be found on the official website.
The following link includes various systems, various versions of the Arduino IDE and drivers whatever you choose.
Next, we first introduce the installation method of Arduino IDE-1.5.6 version in the Windows system.
The file downloaded is an arduino-1.5.6-r2-windows.zip compression folder, please unzip it to the hard disk. Double-click Arduino-1.5.6 .exe file. Please refer to the following setup figures:
Click “I Agree”. Then, click “Next”
Next, click “Install”.
Finally, click “Close” after completing the installation.
The figure below shows the Arduino 1.5.6 version:
Next, we will introduce the driver installation of keyestudio UNO R3 development board. You can also follow it to install the driver for MEGA2560 R3 development board. The installation method is similar and you can use the same drive file.
Let’s move on to the driver installation in the WIN 7 system.
- When you connect UNO board to your computer at the first time, right click “Computer” —>“Properties”—> “Device manager”, you can see “Unknown devices”. First, right click “Computer” —>select “Properties”—> click “Device manager”, you should see an icon for ‘unknown device’ with a little yellow warning triangle next to it. This is your Arduino.
- Right-click on the device and select the top menu option (Update Driver Software...).
- You will then be prompted to either ‘Search Automatically for updated driver software’ or ‘Browse my computer for driver software’. In this page, click “Browse my computer for driver software”.
- Select the option to browse and navigate to the drivers folder.
- Click 'Next' and you may get a security warning, if so, allow the software to be installed. Once the software has been installed, you will get a confirmation message.
- Installation completed, click “Close”.
- After installation, go to check the “Device manager” again. right click “Computer” —> “Properties”—> “Device manager”, you can see the device shown as below figure.
When successfully installing the USB driver for UNO R3 board, you can find the corresponding serial port in Windows Device Manager.
Next, we will show you the program “Hello World!” displayed on the serial monitor of Arduino IDE. Here we use the Arduino 1.5.6 version.
Sample Code as below:
Copy and paste the following source code to Arduino IDE.
Then,set the Board and COM port, shown below.
If setting well the board and port, you can see it display on the bottom right corner, which is the same as the Device Manager display.
Then, click the verify to compile the sketch, if no mistake, click upload to upload the program.
Done uploading, open the serial monitor on the upper right corner and set the baud rate as 9600, enter an “R” and then click “Send”, finally you can see the D13 indicator on the UNO R3 board blinks once, and “Hello World!” is displayed on the serial monitor. Shown below.
Congrats. Your first programming is done well!
This white LED light module is ideal for Arduino starters. It can be easily connected to IO/Sensor shield. It enables interaction with light-related works.
Note: You can