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Maker Kits

Maker Kits are part of the loanable equipment available at the OSU Valley Library. These kits can be used to invent, create, and develop new skils.

Valley Arduino Starter Kit

Loan period - 7 days, OSU only

Check for availability 

                       

Contents

  • Arduino Uno
  • 1 USB cable
  • 1 Breadboard 400 points
  • 70 Solid core jumper wires
  • 1 Easy-to-assemble wooden base
  • 1 9v battery snap
  • 1 Stranded jumper wires (black)
  • 1 Stranded jumper wires (red)
  • 6 Phototransistor
  • 3 Potentiometer 10kOhms
  • 10 Pushbuttons
  • 1 Temperature sensor [TMP36]
  • 1 Tilt sensor
  • 1 alphanumeric LCD (16x2 characters)
  • 1 LED (bright white)
  • 1 LED (RGB)
  • 8 LEDs (red)
  • 8 LEDs (green)
  • 8 LEDs (yellow)
  • 5 Resistors 1 MOhms
  • 5 Resistors 10 MOhms
  • 3 LEDs (blue)
  • 1 Small DC motor 6/9V
  • 1 Small servo motor
  • 1 Piezo capsule [PKM17EPP-4001-B0]
  • 1 H-bridge motor driver [L293D]
  • 1 Optocouplers [4N35]
  • 2 Mosfet transistors [IRF520]
  • 5 Capacitors 100uF
  • 5 Diodes [1N4007]
  • 3 Transparent gels (red  green  blue)
  • 1 Male pins strip (40x1)
  • 20 Resistors 220 Ohms
  • 5 Resistors 560 Ohms
  • 5 Resistors 1 kOhms
  • 5 Resistors 4.7 kOhms
  • 20 Resistors 10 kOhms

Arduino Resources at The Valley Library

What is an Arduino?

Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards are able to read inputs - light on a sensor, a finger on a button, or a Twitter message - and turn it into an output - activating a motor, turning on an LED, publishing something online. You can tell your board what to do by sending a set of instructions to the microcontroller on the board. -Source

 

Learn to use Arduino

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tutorial - Arduino

Resistor Color Code

Resistor Guide