37 in 1 Sensors Kit for Arduino

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37 in 1 Sensors Kit for Arduino

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  • This is the ultimate kit of 37 sensor modules for Arduino UNO R3, MEGA, and NANO.
  • The 37-in-1 sensor module kit is perfect for various DIY projects and robotics science projects.
  • The sensor module kits are compatible with Arduino, Raspberry pi, and Other MCUs.
  • The Arduino sensor kit can be used by both beginners and professionals.
  • This is a great sensor kit for getting started with microcontrollers and sensors.

37 in 1 Sensors Kit Compatible With Arduino

This 37-in-1 Sensors Kit is supplied with a variety of sensors that are compatible with Arduino Boards. This is the most complete performance starter kit with all the essential Arduino sensors. It comprises 37 Pcs of essential Arduino components. The kit includes the latest Arduino components that can be used to turn your idea into a real product. Tons of updated lessons and Arduino codes are available on google and youtube for free. It is extremely easy for Arduino fancier to control and use these modules. This kit will help you control the physical world with sensors.

Note: Weight of the Package: 100grams (approx) and Dimensions (approx): 22 x 15 x 5cms

Reed SwitchA reed switch is a sensor that closes the circuit in the presence of a magnetic field. Reed sensors can be used in many applications where contactless on/off is required. However, reed switches can be fragile to use directly, hence this module can make it easier to handle and mount the sensor in various applications.
Tap sensor moduleKnock sensor module and a digital 13 interface, built-in LED build a simple circuit to produce percussion flasher. Interface comes with digital LED, will knock sensor connected digital 3 interface, when percussion sensor senses measure to percussive signals, LED flashing light.
Joystick ModuleThe Joystick module uses a bi-axial potentiometer to control the X and Y axis. A push button is activated when the joystick is pushed down the Z axis.
4Pin KY-026 Flame Sensor Module This Flame Sensor Module is used to detect fire/flame sources or other light sources of the wavelength in the range of 760nm 1100 nm. It is based on the YG1006 sensor which is a high speed and high sensitive NPN silicon phototransistor. Due to its black epoxy, the sensor is sensitive to infrared radiation.
Rotary Encoder Module - The Rotary Encoder Module Brick Sensor is a rotary input device (as in knob) that provides an indication of how much the knob has been rotated AND what direction it is rotating in. It’s a great device for stepper and servo motor control.  You could also use it to control devices like digital potentiometers.
KY-036 Metal Touch Sensor The KY-036 Touch Sensor Module utilizes a floating lead on a Darlington transistor to detect a touch. There are 2 LEDs on-board. A red LED lights when power is applied. A green or red LED lights when a touch is detected.
KY-039 Finger Heartbeat Detection Sensor - This project uses bright infrared (IR) LED and a phototransistor to detect the pulse of the finger, a red LED flashes with each pulse.
Sound Sensor Module This Sound Detection Sensor Module consists of a Microphone, resistors, capacitor, potentiometer, comparator LM393 IC, Power, and status LED in an integrated circuit. Sound Detection Module Sensor for Intelligent Vehicle Compatible With Arduino is a Single channel signal output Sensor. The output is effective to the low-level sound signal with good fidelity, When there is sound, outputs low level and signal light.
Tracking Sensor Module This TCRT5000 Single Channel Line Tracking Sensor Module is a great detector for a line-following robot. Potentiometer to adjust the sensitivity of the individual sensors.
SMD RGB LED Module - RGB LED module consists of a full-color LED made by R, G, B three-pin PWM voltage input can be adjusted. Primary colors (red/blue/green) strength in order to achieve a full-color mixing effect. 

Project Tutorial for the Sensors Learning kit:

This sensors learning kit is designed and curated to create and build various innovative projects. These projects are helpful and act as a learning element for the students. Some of the DIY projects along with the tutorial blog and video are mentioned below:

 

DIY Automatic Sanitizer Dispenser 

DIY Line Follower Robot

DIY Obstacle Avoider Robot car

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Passive Buzzer Module
  • 1 x RED&GREEN LED Module(Common-Cathode)
  • 1 x Knock Sensor Module
  • 1 x Shock-Switch Sensor Module
  • 1 x Photo Resistor Sensor Module
  • 1 x Push Button Module
  • 1 x Tilt Switch Module
  • 1 x RGB LED Module
  • 1 x Infrared-Transmit Module
  • 1 x Switch Sensor Module
  • 1 x Two-Color Common Cathode LED Module
  • 1 x Active Buzzer Module
  • 1 x Analog-Temperature Sensor Module
  • 1 x Colorful Auto-Flash Module
  • 1 x Magnet-Ring Sensor Module
  • 1 x Hall Sensor Module
  • 1 x Infrared-Receive Sensor Module
  • 1 x Analogy-Hall Sensor Module
  • 1 x Magic-Ring Module
  • 1 x Rotate-Encode Module
  • 1 x Light Break Sensor Module
  • 1 x Finger-Pulse Sensor Module
  • 1 x Magnetic Spring Module
  • 1 x Obstacle Avoidance Sensor Module
  • 1 x Tracking Sensor Module
  • 1 x Microphone Sensor Module
  • 1 x Laser-Transmit Module
  • 1 x Relay Module
  • 1 x 18b20 Temperature Sensor Module
  • 1 x Digital-Temperature Sensor Module
  • 1 x Linear-Hall Sensor Module
  • 1 x Flame Sensor Module
  • 1 x High-Sensitive Voice Sensor Module
  • 1 x Humiture Sensor Module
  • 1 x Joystick PS2 Module
  • 1 x Touch Sensor Module

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I connect an IR sensor to my Arduino? 

  • The connections for the IR sensor with the Arduino are as follows: Connect the IR sensor's negative wire to GND on the Arduino. Connect the VCC (the middle of the IR sensor) to 5V on the Arduino. Connect the IR sensor's signal pin to the Arduino's digital pin.

2. How can you tell if a sensor is digital or analog? 

  • Sensors measure a physical quantity and respond to it by producing an output such as a voltage. Analog sensors are those which produce an analog signal based on what they sense. Similarly, digital signals are those which produce a digital signal in response to what they measure at the input. 

3. Why are sensors used? 

  • Sensors are broadly defined as an object whose purpose is to detect events or changes in their environment and then provide a corresponding output. Sensors are used to measure temperature, gauge distance, detect smoke, regulate pressure, and for other purposes.

4. How many sensors are there in the 37-in-1 sensor kit? 

  • This 37 in-1 Sensors Kit for Arduino comes with a 37 variety of sensors that can be used with Arduino boards. This is the most comprehensive performance starter kit available, including all of the necessary Arduino sensors. 

5. Is 37 in1 sensor kit compatible with raspberry pi? 

  • Yes, The sensor module kits are compatible with Arduino, Raspberry pi, and other MCU. This sensors learning kit is designed and curated to create and build various innovative projects. These projects are helpful and act as a learning element for the students. 

6. Can beginners use the 37 in-1 Sensors Kit compatible with Arduino?

  • Both beginners and professionals can use the 37 in-1 Sensors Kit compatible with Arduino. There are numerous updated lessons and Arduino codes available for free on Google and YouTube. These modules are extremely simple to control and use for Arduino enthusiasts. This kit will assist you in using sensors to control the physical world. This sensors learning kit has been designed and curated to help you create and build a variety of innovative projects.