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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.


Opto-Isolated 2-channel Relay Board

With high-current relay, AC250V 10A ; DC30V 10A


8CM Breadboard

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

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Light Sensor

This brick connects a photoresistor type light sensor to a 3-Pin connector.

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Sound Sensor

This has a small electret microphone, which drives both analog and digital outputs on separate pins.

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Tilt Switch

This small switch makes contact when tilted in one direction.

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Big Push Button

This simple switch has a nice big button.
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Electronic Temperature Sensor

This is an electronic thermometer, which has high accuracy over a wide range (accurate to ±0.5°C over the range of -10°C to +85°C).


Motion Sensor

Potentiometer sets hold time after detect. Infrared sensor with control circuit boards. Detector range: 0 - 7m, Detector angle: 110°


Rotary Potentiometer

This has a potentiometer with a shaft you can turn by hand.

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IR Remote Control Set

Includes handheld IR Remote and IR receiver to connect to Arduino.

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Opto-Interrupter Module

Small PCB with an optical interrupter module that has an Infrared LED shining across a gap of 1 cm to a phototransistor. Includes an LM393 comparator chip for a well-defined active point and a strong output to an Arduino digital input. An LED lights when the beam is not broken. A 3-pin male connector has the Left-Right pattern GND-Signal-+5V.

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Buzzer Brick

It has a "Buzzer" module that makes continuous sound when activated. It is NOT a "piezo" element like the Beeper brick, which has to be switched on and off rapidly to make sound.

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Beeper Brick

This contains a small “speaker” module. It can make many different sounds when the Arduino output pin is switched high and low quickly.

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3-Color RGB LED Brick

This has a surface-mount LED chip with Red, Green and Blue connections. You must use external 220 Ohm resistors on each LED pin.

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Laser Module

A low-power red laser that projects a distinct spot at a distance of at least 50 feet. Controlled by an output pin.


Servo Motor (Mechanical positioning from digital pulses] [Digital Signal Output]

The 3-pin connector plugs into the YourDuinoRobo1 connectors


3-pin cable to separate wire ends that connect the Robo1 to any device

Connections: Black=Ground, Red=Power, White/Yellow = signal


3-pin cables with 3-pin connectors that fit the Robo1 and various Electronic Bricks etc.

Connections: Black=Ground, Red=Power, White/Yellow = signal


Pin Connector Strip

You can break off sections or single pins to connect to components or sockets on Arduino. ****


40 wire flat rainbow color cable “CableMaker” that can be separated to make many different cables.