Arduino is an open source micro controller board about the size of a credit card. When software and various components are connected to the board, a multitude of projects can be done. The Arduino board can be connected to many different kinds of switches, sensors, LEDs, motors, and other parts to perform certain functions. The purpose of using Arduino can be gateway to understanding the workings of circuitry and programming. Additionally, an Arduino can be used for exploratory and prototype pursuits.
Arduino Kits can be checked out at the Mullins Library Help Desk. They are available on a first-come-first served basis. Only one kit can be checked out per person at a time. Arduino Tech Kits can be checked out for a duration of 7 days with 1 renewal allowed.
I. Liability - Users checking out tech kits assume full responsibility for the replacement cost of the item(s) while in possession.
II. Equipment may be removed at times to support class instruction or general projects.
III. Evidence of damage to the tech kit components could result in loss of checkout privileges, fines, or replacement cost of the damaged tech kit components.
IV. Code of Computing Practices - for using university resources, you accept responsibility for using this technology.
1pcs UNO R3 Controller Board
1pcs LCD1602 Module ( with pin header)
1pcs Breadboard Expansion Board
1pcs Power Supply Module (WARNING: Pls. do not use the voltage higher than 9V)
1pcs Joystick Module
1pcs IR Receiver
1pcs Servo Motor (SG90)
1pcs Stepper Motor
1pcs ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver Board
1pcs Ultrasonic Sensor
1pcs DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Module
1pcs 9V Battery with DC
1pcs 65 Jumper Wire
1pcs USB Cable
1pcs Active Buzzer
1pcs Passive Buzzer
1pcs 5V Relay
1pcs Tilt Switch 5pcs Button (small)
1pcs 1 digit 7-segment Display
1pcs 4 digit 7-segment Display
5pcs Yellow LED
5pcs Blue LED
5pcs Green LED
5pcs Red LED
1pcs RGB LED
2pcs Photo resistor
2pcs Diode Rectifier (1N4007)
2pcs NPN Transistor (PN2222)
1pcs IC 74HC595
10pcs Female-to-male DuPont Wire.