RFID Starter Kit for Arduino (incl. Uno R3)

Description

Modern electronic experimenter kits contain modules that just plug together rather than individual components so that now we can quickly get modules talking and then decide in software how the system behaves. Thanks to the wide selection of software library functions we can have a sketch up and running in no time.

These kits are worthy successors to the bags of loose components that were a feature of earlier experimenter’s kits. Electronic newbies, practicing engineers and old hands alike are sure to find that these kits interesting. The range of components is sure to get you thinking what you could use them for and they are a good way to build on your existing knowledge.

You’ll have no excuse not to go on to design and build your own system!

The ‘RFID Starter Kit for Arduino’ comes in a handy case and contains over 30 state-of-the-art components, devices and modules. Although it contains an RFID receiver module along with two RFID tags in the form of a credit card and key fob, the case is an Aladdin’s cave with loads of other useful components. To begin you will need an Arduino Uno along with the starter kit which amongst other things contains:

  • A humidity sensor;
  • A multicolor LED;
  • A large LED-Matrix with 64 LEDs;
  • 4 x 7-segment LED displays;
  • A handheld IR remote controller plus IR receiver chip;
  • A complete LC-Display module with I²C bus interface.

The wide range of peripherals included in the kit ensures the number of different experiments and applications you can build. Two example applications that can easily be built using this box of goodies have been described in an article published in Elektor Magazine: Universal weather station with LC-Display and Door entry system using RFID security. More similar projects have been described in the new book Home Automation Projects with Arduino.

Kit Contents

  • LCD1602 with I²C
  • RC522 module
  • White card
  • Key chain
  • Joystick module
  • Key board
  • RTC module
  • Water level sensor
  • Humidity sensor
  • RGB module
  • Motor driver module
  • Motor
  • 1 Channel module
  • MB-102 breadboard
  • 65 pcs jumper wire
  • 10 PCS F-M cable
  • Sound sensor module
  • Remote
  • 10 K potentiometer
  • 1 digital tube
  • 4 digital tube
  • Matrix tube
  • 9G servo
  • Buzzer
  • 2 pcs ball switches
  • 3 pcs photoresistance
  • 5 pcs switches with caps
  • 9 V battery with DC
  • 15 pcs LED
  • 30 pcs resistance
  • Flame sensor
  • IR receive sensor
  • 74HC595
  • LM35DZ
  • Uno R3 board

Documentation: Download full description of similar kit.

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€ 49,95€ 39,95 incl. VAT
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    SKU: 17240
    EAN: 017240

    Description

    Modern electronic experimenter kits contain modules that just plug together rather than individual components so that now we can quickly get modules talking and then decide in software how the system behaves. Thanks to the wide selection of software library functions we can have a sketch up and running in no time.

    These kits are worthy successors to the bags of loose components that were a feature of earlier experimenter’s kits. Electronic newbies, practicing engineers and old hands alike are sure to find that these kits interesting. The range of components is sure to get you thinking what you could use them for and they are a good way to build on your existing knowledge.

    You’ll have no excuse not to go on to design and build your own system!

    The ‘RFID Starter Kit for Arduino’ comes in a handy case and contains over 30 state-of-the-art components, devices and modules. Although it contains an RFID receiver module along with two RFID tags in the form of a credit card and key fob, the case is an Aladdin’s cave with loads of other useful components. To begin you will need an Arduino Uno along with the starter kit which amongst other things contains:

    • A humidity sensor;
    • A multicolor LED;
    • A large LED-Matrix with 64 LEDs;
    • 4 x 7-segment LED displays;
    • A handheld IR remote controller plus IR receiver chip;
    • A complete LC-Display module with I²C bus interface.

    The wide range of peripherals included in the kit ensures the number of different experiments and applications you can build. Two example applications that can easily be built using this box of goodies have been described in an article published in Elektor Magazine: Universal weather station with LC-Display and Door entry system using RFID security. More similar projects have been described in the new book Home Automation Projects with Arduino.

    Kit Contents

    • LCD1602 with I²C
    • RC522 module
    • White card
    • Key chain
    • Joystick module
    • Key board
    • RTC module
    • Water level sensor
    • Humidity sensor
    • RGB module
    • Motor driver module
    • Motor
    • 1 Channel module
    • MB-102 breadboard
    • 65 pcs jumper wire
    • 10 PCS F-M cable
    • Sound sensor module
    • Remote
    • 10 K potentiometer
    • 1 digital tube
    • 4 digital tube
    • Matrix tube
    • 9G servo
    • Buzzer
    • 2 pcs ball switches
    • 3 pcs photoresistance
    • 5 pcs switches with caps
    • 9 V battery with DC
    • 15 pcs LED
    • 30 pcs resistance
    • Flame sensor
    • IR receive sensor
    • 74HC595
    • LM35DZ
    • Uno R3 board

    Documentation: Download full description of similar kit.

    Customer Reviews

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    A
    Asi

    I received them <3, but some one forgot the change the papers from the main seller =]]

    BTW on the website the UnoR3 was marked with red and I assume in this kit was not included, for that reason I got and an R4... So now I have two arduino boards :))

    M
    Michael
    Leider unvollständig

    Andere Bewertungen zeigen es ja schon: Das ist ein Teil-Kit. Für Anfänger nur bedingt geeignet, weil unvollständig, denn vor allem fehlen die Sketches.

    Angeblich kann man sich die Sketches von der Seite

    https://www.elektor.de/projekte-mit-dem-rfid-starterkit-fuer-arduino

    herunter laden, statt Alles noch mal ein zu tippen.

    Diese Downloads gibt es aber gar nicht. Steht zwar so im Buch. Ist aber falsch.

    Etwas mehr Sorgfalt wird man sich wünschen, statt sich den ganzen Kram aus dem Web zusammen zu suchen.

    Fazit:
    Funktioniert, ist aber nicht wirklich gut. Da ist niemand `mit Herzblut` ran gegangen. Schade - und in der praktischen Anwendung dann auch etwas frustrierend. Man verliert Zeit mit Sucherei ohne Lerneffekt.

    D
    Daniel S.
    Doku

    http://c783319.r19.cf2.rackcdn.com/documents_manual_342055_RFID_Learning_Kit.pdf

    D
    Daniel S.
    Zu Billig

    Ohne Handbuch und Hinweise auf die Verwendung entwickelt sich das Experimentieren damit selbst für Profis zu einem wahren Albtraum an Internet-Recherchen nach den Betriebsdaten der einzelnen Komponenten. Ohne fundierte Kenntnisse der Elektronik ist das Kit für Einsteiger nicht zu gebrauchen.

    c
    curtis
    question

    Bonjour, je voudrais savoir si il y a une arduino uno inclue dans le kit ? (ce n`est pas écrit dans la liste des composants) . Merci

    T
    Tom
    Great kit,no documentation.

    This kit contains a lot of great hardware but is extremely lacking in any reasonable documentation. This kit is not supported by ELEKTOR RFID book.WHY???

    C
    Christophe F.
    Kit complet et rapide à mettre en oeuvre

    Je cherchais un Kit ARDUINO qui puisse répondre à une problématique immédiate et servir d`outil d`apprentissage à mon fils qui commence à se passionner pour l`électronique et la robotique.
    Mon problème immédiat était de pouvoir lire l`identifiant de TAG VIGIK de marque URMET sur notre résidence sans acheter un lecteur RFID dédié. Ce qui kit en 10 minutes ma permit de mettre en oeuvre une solution complète et autonome avec la platine RC522 lecteur RFID + l`afficheur LCD m`affichant directement l`identifiant du TAG que je voulais, beaucoup de programmes sont disponible sur les différents forum et site Arduino et leur adaptation est très facile, de plus, ce kit dispose d`une prise d`alimentation 9V sur pîle pour l`Arduino, ce qui rend la solution portable.
    Pour l`initiation à la robotique et l`électronique, les différents autres capteurs et éléments du kit permettent d`apprendre et de tester des solutions qui peuvent être intégrées dans une solution robotique plus complète.
    Kit complet avec tout ce qui est nécessaire pour faire des montages sans achat complémentaire, le tout dans une boite de rangement compartimentée transparente très pratique.

    J
    JBrasfield
    Kit great but no support

    The kit itself is great. I bought it for my grandson so he could learn arduino. The was no support for the kit except for the rfid. No info to let him learn to use the projects. The cheap amazon kits provide a manual or cd.

    M
    Michael L.
    Für den Preis ok!

    Ich habe dieses Kit für etwas über 20,-- Euro erstanden (inkl. RFID_Buch von Schalk/Bienert als PDF-Download) für diesen Preis ist es ok! Es ist keine Beschreibung/Anleitung vorhanden, nur ein Mini-Download zu einer RFID-Anwendung! Man muss sich die Infos im Netz besorgen.

    L
    Lutz-Günter
    soweit fast OK

    schnelle Lieferung
    Inhalt komplett und gut verarbeitet
    Für den Remote Controller ist keine Batterie enthalten. Zum Glück steht auf dem Gehäuse der benötigte Knopfzellentyp.
    Für das Uhr-Modul ist keine Batterie enthalten (Ein Hinweis, dass einen Knopfzelle CR2032 benötigt wird, fehlt.
    Eine Beschreibung oder Anleitung fehlt komplett (Wer die vorhandenen Module und Bauelemente kennt, findet dann passende Infos im Internet).

    Infos zu dem `elektor-Kit` findet man unter http://www.allnet.de/de/allnet-brand/produkte/diy-doityourself/4duino-arduino/arduino-sets/ ( siehe Art.-Nr.: 111860 und 111861)

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