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This product is discontinued. please consider Sidekick Basic Kit for Arduino V2 as an alternative product.
Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. For technical support, please post your questions to our forum.
Do you offer this in a box without the words on the front?I want to use this in class that is using a microcontroller other than Arduino.
Sorry, the words have already sticked on the box, you could tear off it yourself after you get it.
I've got two questions:
1.) If I buy the Arduino Uno and this kit, have I got the same as in the ARDX kit?2.) Is the box large enough to fit all the devices the kit contains and the Arduino Uno?
They just include diffenent parts. This box is full to contain the parts, can not contain the Arduino Uno more.
This page says the kit includes 70 jumper wires but the wiki says 50 jumper wires, which is it? :/
Sorry it is change to 50 jumper now, we will fix this webpage.Thanks for your feedback.
I need the Steinhart-Hart-Hart Parameters: A, B and C values for thermistor.This device only has a 503 code printe on one side, there is no further data available. It seems this is a 50K Ohm thermistor, but I need the Steinhart-Hart Parameters in o
Hi,there. Someone who came across this same question with you shared a reference file(by [simon su]) and carried out a delightful test to find those coefficients(by [cjay.martin]). You can check them on this link to see if they are helpful: Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:39:06
I would like to know if the jumper wires include both m/m and m/f or just m/m ? The picture is too small for visual identification.
Hi,all those jumper wires are m/m types.
What is the AWG rating of the breadboard jumper wires?
Breadboard Jumper Wire Pack(200mm/165mm/125mm/80mm).
Hello!I was wondering if this kit can be used in Raspberry Pi.Thanks
Hi Samuel.You can use it by the GPIO of Raspberry Pi.
I'm a little disappointed with the documentation in the wiki. It looks like someone started writing it and suddenly got bored and stopped. The music section is blank. I'd like to see some more projects that will actually put all the parts to use. As it
Hi Jason Wohlgemuth.Sorry for that.We'll do our best to modify it.Thanks for your feedback.