37 IN 1 Sensors Kit for Arduino

  • For beginners who are interested in Arduino
  • A complete set of Arduino’s most common and useful electronic components
  • Infrared sensor receiving module
  • Laser sensor module
  • Temperature and humidity sensor module
  • Infrared sensor module
  • 5v relay module
  • Obstacle avoidance sensor module.

817.80 (Exc. GST)


About 37 in 1 Sensors Kit for Arduino 

This 37 in 1 Sensors Kit compatible with Arduino 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.This kit contains excellent products that are compatible with Arduino. You can find the best sensors, whether you’re a beginner or an expert in this field, and use them to create the best DIY projects on your own. Prototyping will be easy and fun-loving with this Kit.

In this kit, you will get a variety of electronic components that can be used to construct or enhance your knowledge of many types of electronic components. Out of the box, the kit has a product’s 5V Channel Relay Module, a Temperature and humidity sensor module, etc.

Features : 

  1. For beginners who are interested in Arduino
  2. A complete set of Arduino’s most common and useful electronic components
  3. The infrared sensor receiving module
  4. Laser sensor module
  5. Temperature and humidity sensor module
  6. Infrared sensor module
  7. 5v relay module
  8. Obstacle avoidance sensor module.

Package Includes :

  1. Temperature sensor module
  2. Vibration switch module
  3. Hall magnetic sensor module
  4. Key switch module
  5. Infrared emission sensor module
  6. Laser sensor module
  7. Small passive buzzer module
  8. 3-color full-color LED SMD modules
  9. Photo interrupter module
  10. 2-color LED module
  11. Active buzzer module
  12. Temperature sensor module
  13. Temperature and humidity sensor module
  14. 3-color LED module
  15. Mercury open optical module
  16. Photo resistor module
  17. 5V relay module
  18. Tilt switch module
  19. Mini magnetic reed modules
  20. Infrared sensor receiver module
  21. XY-axis joystick module
  22. Linear magnetic Hall sensors
  23. Reed module
  24. Flame sensor module
  25. Magic light cup module
  26. Temperature sensor module
  27. 5mm red and green LED (common cathode) module
  28. Knock sensor module
  29. Obstacle avoidance sensor module
  30. TCRT5000L sensor module
  31. Automatic flashing colorful LED module
  32. Analog Hall magnetic sensor module
  33. Metal touch sensor module
  34. Sensitive small microphone sensor module
  35. Sensitive Big microphone sensor module
  36. Finger measuring heartbeat module
  37. Rotary encoder module

What are the uses of Arduino compatible sensors and modules?

Arduino sensors and modules offer a wide range of possibilities for creating interactive projects and systems. Here are some examples of what you can do with Arduino sensors and modules:

  1. Environmental monitoring: Arduino sensors such as temperature, humidity, light, and air quality sensors can be used to create a system that monitors and records environmental conditions in real-time. This data can be used for analysis, automation, or alerting purposes.
  2. Home automation: Arduino modules can be used to control various aspects of home automation, such as controlling lights, appliances, and security systems. For example, you can use Arduino with motion sensors to automatically turn on lights when someone enters a room.
  3. Weather stations: Arduino can be used to build weather stations that collect data on temperature, humidity, air pressure, rainfall, and wind speed. The data can be displayed on an LCD screen or transmitted to a computer for further analysis.
  4. Robotics: Arduino can be the brain of a robot, connecting and controlling various sensors and actuators. With Arduino, you can build robots that respond to their environment using sensors such as ultrasonic, infrared, or line-following sensors.
  5. Data logging: Arduino can be used to log data from sensors and store it in an SD card or send it to a computer for analysis. This can be useful in scientific experiments, environmental monitoring, or data-driven projects.
  6. Home security: Arduino can be used to create a security system that includes sensors such as motion detectors, door/window sensors, and security cameras. The Arduino can monitor these sensors and trigger alarms or send notifications when unauthorized access is detected.
  7. IoT (Internet of Things) applications: Arduino can be used in conjunction with Wi-Fi or Ethernet modules to create IoT devices. You can connect your Arduino project to the internet and control it remotely or send sensor data to cloud platforms for analysis and visualization.
  8. Interactive installations: Arduino sensors and modules can be used to create interactive art installations or exhibits. For example, you can use proximity sensors to trigger different sound or light effects based on the presence or movement of people.
  9. Health monitoring: Arduino sensors can be used for health monitoring applications, such as heart rate monitoring, blood pressure measurement, or sleep tracking. These sensors can collect data and provide insights for personal health management.
Weight 0.332 kg
Dimensions 27 × 17.5 × 4 cm

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