Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit Ultimate Learning Suite 1602 LCD SG90 Servo LED Relay Resistors + With GPIO Extension Board Jump Wire
- 1 x Solderless Prototype Breadboard
- 1 x T-type GPIO Extension Board
- 1 x 40 Pin Ribbon Cable
- 1 x 1602 I2C LCD Module
- 1 x SG90 Servo Motor
- 1 x 5V 1- Channel Relay Module
- 1 x DHT11 Temperature/Humidity Sensor Module
- 1 x BMP180 Pressure/Temperature Sensor
- 1 x HC-SR501 Infrared PIR Motion Sensor Module
- 3 x Potentiometer
- 1 x Mercury Switch Sensor Module
- 1 x 8 Channel Logic Level Converter
- 1 x
- 1 x Piezo Buzzer
- 1 x Infrared Receiver(VS18338B)
- 1 x Infrared Remote Controller
- 3 x GL5616 Photoresistor(light sensor)
- 5 x Push Buttons
- 24x LED (6 x Bright White, 6 x Red, 6 x Yellow, 6 x Green)
- 56x Jumper Wires(1 x 40pin male to male 15cm,2 x 8pin female to female 20cm)
- 60x Resistors(4 Values*15pcs)
Download the Arduino sketch compiler here -- many examples are included. The examples are called sketches and are very similar to "C" -- though simplified. Among other things, I have designed and built seismometers that communicated through UDP to a database on a Linux server with a PC running a Delphi program talking to multiple devices running the sensor program.
Watch for upcoming blog posts on how to use the Arduino compiler and attach sensors to an Arduino controller. How to build things like temperature sensors, a seismic wave detector etc.
For Raspberry Pi, find the PigPio Library on GitHub
Memory Capacity: 1GB
Integrated Feature: Bluetooth,10/100/1000Mbps,WiFi 802.11b/g/n
Interface: TF Card Support,HDMI/RCA Output,4 x USB2.0
Demo Board Type: ARM
Brand Name: U·SURE
Model Number: Raspberry Pi 3 Kit
Processor Brand: Broadcom
ROM Capacity: None
Application: Ultimate Starter Kit 1602 LCD SG90 Servo LED
Type: Drive IC
Demo Board Type: Others
- Because of the IoT project needs wifi function so it is just available for Raspberry Pi 3 experiment, not available for other Raspberry Pi board,
- Steps to run the IoT project with our kit
- Step 1: Register a free account on cayenne.mydevices.com
- Step 2: login into cayenne.mydevices.com Download myDevices Cayenne Smartphone App from Apple Store or Google Play.
- Step 3: install client software on pi:If you are logged in for the first time, you will see two Linux command lines as follows:
- Click Add new->Device:
- In Device Category select Sensors->Generic->Digit Input
- You will see a View Tutorial link in the right side of the page. It will show a simple circuit graph that connects a push-button to Pi.
- Back to Main Control Panel Page, on Select Raspberry Pi drop-down menu, you should see the Raspberry Pi option(If you can not see any Pi option, your client software installation might have some problems or your internet connection may be broken), select that default Pi option.
- Select all option values as per the above picture. And FINALLY, click "Add Sensor" button on the lower-right corner. You will see a GPIP input icon will show on the left menu. Click that icon, you will see the following image.