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YourDuinoRobo1 Arduino-compatible with built-in 3-pin I/O connectors, higher current 3.3V supply
Upgraded Arduino Compatible: with ATMEGA328 Processor. BOTH 5.0V and 3.3V Operation with onboard regulator.

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Opto-Isolated 2-channel Relay Board
With high-current relay, AC250V 10A ; DC30V 10A
More information about controlling power with relays Here:

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8CM Breadboard
Breadboard with power and Ground busses. This is used to make quick and easy and usually non-permanent connections between Arduino and different electronics components, chips, resistors, LEDs etc.

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(5) Big push-button switches [Digital Input]
These large 12mm pushbutton switches have a nice CLICK action. They plug into the Breadboard.

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(2) 10K Potentiometers that fit breadboard well [Analog Input]
These can plug into the breadboard and can be turned by hand.

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'(5) 10K PhotoResistors (Light sensors) [Analog Input]
PhotoResistor type 5516 5-10K'
. These are small Photoresistors that have a resistance of 10K ohms at 10 lux.

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Digital temperature sensor DS18B20 [Digital Signal Input]
"1-Wire" Digital Temperature sensor. CONNECTIONS: (Holding chip with pins down, label towards you) - Left pin: Ground - Right pin: +5V Center pin: Signal

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(10) LEDs of 5 different colors, plus 220 ohm resistors [Digital or Analog Output]
1 RGB LED ( Red-Green-Blue Multicolor ) [Digital or Analog Output]
RGB CONNECTIONS: NOTE: Hold RGB LED with pins down and longer pin second from the Left. 4 Pins in order left-right: - Left: RED - Second: +5V "Common Anode" - Third: BLUE - Right: Green

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Buzzer Module (makes sound with voltage applied) [Digital Output]
This small sound module can be driven by an Arduino output pin.When the pin is set to HIGH (with the - terminal of this module grounded) it puts out a constant buzz or beep.

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Beeper Module (Makes different sounds/tones with Arduino TONE Library) [Analog Output]
This small sound module can be driven by an Arduino output pin. The + pin is marked on the case. A pulse of current will make it click. A series of pulses will cause it to output a tone, and you can control the frequency.

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Servo Motor (Mechanical positioning from digital pulses] [Digital Signal Output]
The 3-pin connector plugs into the YourDuinoRobo1 connectors

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3-pin cable to separate wire ends that connect the Robo1 to any device
Connections: Black=Ground, Red=Power, White/Yellow = signal

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3-pin cables with 3-pin connectors that fit the Robo1 and various Electronic Bricks etc.
Connections: Black=Ground, Red=Power, White/Yellow = signal

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Connector Strip
You can break off sections or single pins to connect to components or sockets on Arduino.
For Cable How-To see: ****

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40 wire flat rainbow color cable “CableMaker” that can be separated to make many different cables
For Cable How-To see: ****