Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino

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£36.00 inc VAT

Availability: 9 in stock (can be backordered)

Brand: Seeed Studio
Part Number: 110020171
Barcode: 5055421001421
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Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino

The Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino is one of the best kits for beginners wanting to get started with Arduino. No troublesome soldering and no complicated wiring means that you can focus on learning Arduino. This kit includes the main control board, Seeeduino Lotus, and 8x Grove plug n play modules, and an LCD display.

On top of that, our friends from Seeed Studio have provided you with detailed instructions on the use of Arduino and the use of each module, which include 8 lessons, and 2 Arduino projects.

All in all, whether you are a student, teacher, artist, or hardware enthusiast, with the help of the Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino, you will get to know Arduino quickly and comprehensively.

Kit Contains:

  • Seeeduino Lotus v1.1
  • Grove – Tilt Switch
  • Grove – Buzzer
  • Grove – Temperature & Humidity Sensor (DHT11)
  • Grove – 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer
  • Grove – Light Sensor
  • Grove – Line Finder
  • Grove – Chainable RGB LED
  • Grove – 16 x 2 LCD (White on Blue)

Video Introduction:

Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino - Unboxing & Getting Started - #newproductsTuesday

1 review for Grove Beginner Kit for Arduino

  1. Alan Warner

    Great Kit, I really like the fact that all the parts are mounted on PCB boards so I only had to use the provided interconnects to get running. that helps a lot as i dont yet own a soldering iron, so not having components to solder was a huge benefit. I guess the downside is that it makes the kit more expensive than just having the discreet components provided, but for me the convenience outweighed the cost. I bought an Arduino Uno to go alongwith the kit, not realising i didnt need it as the kit comes with a mainboard anyway, but Proto-PIC allowed me to return the Arduino with no problems at all. This was a nice touch.

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