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Croduino set for beginners Internet of Things (IoT CSP) is a complete set to start working with the Internet of things. Contains Dasduino CONNECT, microcontroller board with ESP8266 which can easily be programmed from the Arduino IDE. Connection to a PC is made directly using a USB cable. Besides the controller, the set has a bunch of different sensors and actuators, which are often used in projects related to the Internet.
Some of the projects that you can make using components from this set are: Weather page (using BMP180 sensor temperature and humidity, air quality sensor MQ135, LDR), the switch which is connected to the Internet (using 2-channel module with relay, MOSFET or servo motor) notification via the Internet (a motion sensor, photoresistor or other sensor), and so on. Turn on your imagination and make something else!
Kit consists of:
This set of cables makes component conjugation when prototyping or testing much faster and easier. Set consists of 10 cables that have alligator connection on each end so you could hook it to any component easily. Moreover, your work will be even simpler because of different cable colors in the set.
Set of cables designed to connect to the experimental board. These wires aren’t as flexible as our classic set of cables and they are cut in a variety of lengths. Using these wires, your breadboard will look very neat!
Sg90 servo is the type of motor that can turn the lever that is hitched to it very precisely and in that way control different things. This little servo motor is great for education and demonstration, but can also be used for real things that do not need great power for circumvolution (for example small vents).
Set of cables that are used for connecting to the breadboard. The set contains 65 cables that are in different colors and lengths for easier recognition on the breadboard.
DHT22 is a temperature and humidity sensor with even more precise reading comparing to DHT11.
LCD display with HD44780 controller enables showing text, symbols, value or anything else that comes from Dasduino/Arduino. It is capable of showing 16 symbols in two lines and therefore can be used in many projects that need to send clearly visible and legible output information.
A breadboard is a piece of equipment that anyone who works with electronics must have. It enables connecting components and modules without soldering and in that way provides simpler testing, prototyping and learning. This breadboard is inside our Dasduino Beginner Kit.
Over the years of working on new products, prototyping and experimenting, we have collected many different electronic components and PCBs. You could probably have one drawer for which you are no longer certain what it contains. Imagine this on a greater scale- that’s what we ended up with 🙂
Now we have decided to get rid of it. We made packages with these components, tried getting everyone more or less the same value and decided to sell them for HRK30 per pack. Well if you want to try your luck – here’s the chance!
NOTE: All packages are randomly packed and there is no option to select a special package. Since this is a sale, these products can not be returned and no refunds are available if you aren’t happy with what you got.
5mm RGB LEDs in a classic through-hole version with 4 pins. Each one representing one color (+), while the longest pin being a common cathode (common negative) for all three colors.
Lithium batteries can’t be charged as regular batteries or devices. Instead, you’ll need a li-ion charger such as this one. Integrated with the CC/CV charging technology, it is the simplest way to charge a lithium-ion battery.
The board has a USB Type-C connector for power, a JST-type connector for batteries, the charging circuit, and two status LEDs.
Product usage tips:
The red LED glowing means the battery is charging. The green LED glowing means battery is charged. Easy embedding into a project with the four mounting holes on the board. Comes with 5 pins that need to be soldered.
Note: This charger has no protection against reverse polarity, short-circuit, too high or too low voltage. If you’re looking for a charger with a protector, click here.
A classic small power with an output of 5V / 2A which will ideally supply your project with an Arduino / Croduino. The output is standard female USB connector (type A). You can directly connect a cable from the PCB to the charger and use it as a constant power source, or it can be used for charging up a mobile phone/tablet. Or for a third purpose ..? In any case, it will be enough!
Protoboard used for the permanent connection (also known as soldering) of electronic components. High quality, with solder mask on both sides, as well as column and row markings.
ESP8266 is an IC that delivers a true revolution in the world of makers, especially in the world of IoT (Internet of Things). This is a complete 32-bit SoC (System on Chip) with built-in flash memory, frame and EEPROM which can even be programmed directly from the Arduino interface, without the need for additional micro-controller. With all this, the most important point is that in itself has a built-in WiFi (AP, STA, AP + STA), all that for “little money”.
ESP8266 in this form (ESP-12) is suitable for direct soldering to a printed circuit board as an SMD component or directly solder the wires since the pin has its holes. It also comes with a PCB trace antenna.
Note: ESP8266 is an IC that works at 3.3V! Connecting directly to 5V, or track Arduino or Croduino plate will destroy it! Use logic level converter.
Stronger driver for stepper motor which has more options than the classical ULN2003. It comes in small packaging and you could easily control the size of its steps.
This module lowers the input voltage on the specified output voltage that you adjust through the trimmer on the board. It’s very practical because while changing the input voltage, the output voltage always stays the same. However, the input voltage has to be at least 0.7V higher than the output voltage.
Input voltage is IN+ and IN-, while the output is OUT+ and OUT- . A power supply is able only to bring the voltage down, not up!
It does not have a protective diode in case of the wrong polarity, pay attention while connecting!
RF transmitter and receiver is a high-quality combination for RF communication between two devices (eg. Dasduino) often used for remote controlling or wireless communication.
If You ever wanted to make something with a stepper motor, this is an excellent thing for the beginning. Stepper is kind of a motor that can very precisely control its turns, so it can be used for accurate controls and positioning.
In this set is a small stepper engine with a driver for it. Namely, the stepper engine should be controlled on the determined way in order to get what You want from it(and that is a precise turn), and this is where the driver helps You. Also, the driver gives enough current so that the engine can turn.
DS18B20 is a waterproof temperature sensor packed in metal and waterproof housing. For communication with Dasduino/Arduino, it uses only one wire and it is possible to put up to 127 sensors on one code and measure temperature in 127 different places by using just one wire!
Check out: „How to use a module?“ in the TUTORIAL section for the information on how to use the sensor, how to connect it to Dasduino/Arduino and downloading the library.
HC-SR04 is a widely used and popular sensor that can be used for measuring the distance between itself and the object that is placed in front of the sensor. Connecting to Dasduino itself is simple, the sensor requires only two codes for controlling and uses 5V voltage. There is also a library that provides us with distance information. Make sure you check „How to use module“ in the TUTORIALS category.
Set of female-female cables for connections with various modules and components.
• Quantity: 40 cables
• Cable lenght: 15cm
• different colors for easier recognition
BBC Micro:bit is well known in Croatia due to Croatian Makers project. Soldered is on its way to become the official distributor for Micro:bit in Croatia.
For those who are not familiar, micro:bit is small microcontroller board accompanied with bunch of sensors which makes learning programming logic easier, especially for kids. There are more than a few visual programming tools for this board which make programming really simple. It is programmed via USB port and besides sensors, it has 2 pushbuttons and 5×5 LED matrix display onboard.
If you are looking for a simple way to learn soldering, or just want to make a small gadget that you can carry, this set is a great opportunity. Stop me game is an educational kit which teaches you how to solder, and in the end, you get to have your own small game. The LEDs go up and down, and your goal is to press the button as soon as the green LED turns on. With every correct answer, the game gets a bit harder – the time you have to press the button shortens. How many correct answers can you get?
It’s based on Attiny404 microcontroller, programmed in Arduino. At its back, you’ll find CR2032 battery which makes the kit portable. There’s keychain holder as well. Soldering process is easy enough based on the mark on the PCB.
The kit consists of:
• Attiny404 microcontroller
• 7 LEDs
• A pushbutton
• A switch
• 7 resistors 330ohm
• CR2032 battery holder
• Battery CR2032
• Keychain holder