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A set of electronic components to facilitate the start of programming and interaction with equipment using the Genuino 101 board, including: LEDs, resistors, sensors, ICs, motors, LCD display and Genuino 101 base board - equipped with 32-bit Intel Curie microcontroller.
Example project, made on the basis of elements from the set.
What is in the set?
In addition to the main module and contact board with connection wires, the set also includes LEDs, resistors, sensors, motors, servo and LCD display, whose operation and method of connection is described in detail in the manual on the manufacturer's website. It contains 21 sample projects that will teach you how to control and read external sensors, operate Genuino 101 over the phone, detect various sounds and much more.
Motherboard - Genuino 101
Arduino compatible module equipped with 32-bitIntel Curie microcontrollerwith x86 Quark architecture and ARC 32-bit 32 MHz. It has 196 kB of flash memory, 24 kB SRAM, 14 digital inputs/outputs of which 4 can be used as PWM channels, 6 analog inputs and popular communication interfaces. The outputs work with a voltage of 3.3 V but tolerate 5 V. The board also has a Bluetooth LE module and an accelerometer and gyroscope.
An exemplary design based on the elements of the set - the use of a transistor to control a DC motor.
The manufacturer provides a detailed guide with as many as 21 translation projects. Thanks to the illustrations and programs available, the user can easily perform all exercises. List of sample projects:
- LED flashing
- Reading the potentiometer
- RGB LED support
- Multiple LED support
- Reading button status
- Support for SPDT type switch
- Reading the photoresistor
- RGB diode colour mixing
- Temperature sensor reading
- Servomechanism support
- Use of a transistor
- Use of the engine controller
- Motor Controller with inputs
- Use of piezo buzzer
- Use of the sound detection module
- Use of the sliding register
- Use of the LCD display
- Use of built-in accelerometer
- Tap detection
- Use of the built-in RTC system
- Use of built-in Bluetooth
The set includes:
|1||Genuino 101 - a board fully compatible with the latest Arduino with Bluetooth, RTC, accelerometer and gyroscope.|
|2||Metal washer for Arduino and contact plate.|
|3||Contact plate 400 fields.|
|4||Plastic box for storing all the items in the kit.|
|5||Screwdriver - a small, flat screwdriver.|
|6||16x2 LCD display with white characters on black background - popular alphanumeric display with available library for Arduino and soldered goldpin connectors.|
|7||Sound detector - a simple module for sound detection.|
|8||TB6612FNG motor controller - a two-channel controller for DC motors.|
|9||Geramotor hobby - two 140 rpm DC motors.|
|10||4 AA batteries basket with Jack connector.|
|11||Sliding 8-bit 74HC595 sensor - enables e.g. to control more diodes saving Arduino digital outputs.|
|12||NPN BC337 transistor - semiconductor systems allowing, among other things, to control elements which consume more current than a single microcontroller pin can provide.|
|13||Diode 1N4148 - signaldiode, with a maximum current of 200 mA and voltage up to 100 V, details in the documentation.|
|14||Sprocket motor - DC motor with wires and mounted attack sprocket, supplied with 1 - 3 V, with current consumption up to 110 mA.|
SPDT JZC-11F relay - 5 V coil supply voltage, the contacts can switch up to 5 A, details in the documentation.
|16||Micro A0090 servo with ploughing - similar parameters to HS-55.|
|17||Temperature sensor TMP36 - analog thermometer powered from 2.7 to 5.5 V with a measuring range from -40 °C to +125 °C, details in the documentation.|
|18||USB A-B SparkFun cable - used to connect Arduino with your computer. It is 1.8 m long.|
|20||Photoresistor 1 - 10k- a sensor enabling measurement of the intensity of incident light, e.g. it will detect whether the room is dark or light.|
|21||RGB common cathode - LED with four leads illuminates in all colours.|
|22||A set of 5 m LEDs (20 pieces) - 5 pieces of red, blue, green and yellow.|
|23||Set of coloured buttons - red, blue, green and yellow.|
|24||The 10k rotary potentiometer - similarly to the buttons connected to the analogue outputs - can be used as an element of the user interface - a simple knob.|
|25||Buzzer with generator - a 5-volt simple sound generator.|
|6||SPDT switch - miniature switch type SPDT.|
|A set of resistors (20 pieces) - 10 pieces of 10 kΩ and 100 Ω each.|
|28||Batteries AA - two 1500 mAh alkaline batteries.|