Arduino is an open-source computer hardware and software platform designed for computer programmers, industrial artists, professionals, amateurs and those interested in developing interactive devices and applications specific to an interactive development environment.
Arduino can receive input signals from various sensors and inputs. By controlling light sources, motors, or other actuators, Arduino can change the surrounding environment. Programs for the microcontroller on the Arduino board are written in Arduino’s programming language (based on Wiring) and run in the Arduino development environment (based on Processing). Arduino is able to run independently or communicate with softwares running on the computer (for instance, Flash, Processing and MaxMSP). The open-source Arduino IDE, which is free to download, makes it easy for you to write code, upload it to the board and come up with innovative and stunning interactive devices.

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  • The AZDelivery 3M Cable DS18B20 Digital Temperature Sensor provides from 9-bit to 12-bit Celsius temperature measurements and features an alarm function with non-volatile, user-programmable high and low trigger points. The sensor does not require standBy power, meaning that when temperature data is not being read, the sensor consumes no electricity at all.
  •  This SPI TFT display is a bright, anti-reflective display with a large 1.8 inch screen diagonal and integrated SD card reader.
    ✔️ The TFT display has a card slot. Reading and writing is performed via the controller.
    ✔️ High hardware compatibility with Raspberry Pi & Co. and other microcontrollers thanks to standard SPI data interface and freely available libraries for the ST7735 image controller. The controller is powered with 5V and the backlight with 3.3V.
    ✔️ The contoller is operated with 5V and the backlight with 3.3V.
  • The AZ-Delivery Capacitive Soil Moisture Sensor Hygrometer Module V1.2 is the successor model of our soil moisture sensor module (hygrometer). Unlike the normal module, this sensor does not have an adjustable switching contact, it works analog and thus displays the exact moisture values in real time. Since the sensor works capacitively, this sensor does not contaminate the substrate even after a long period of use. This also results in a high durability.
  • Grove starter kit is designed for the Raspberry Pi Pico (not included). It includes 5 different sensors, 5 different actuators, 2 LEDs, 1 LCD display and 1 Grove shield. The kit will help you get started with the Raspberry Pi Pico quickly and comprehensively. Seeed has selected the most common sensors, actuators and displays in this kit, and you can connect all of these modules to the Pico simply by plugging and unplugging (no knowledge of wiring and circuits is required, which removes some of the scary stuff when you're just starting out with code and MicroPython). There are also detailed tutorials for each module (Micropython is currently supported). With the kit parts and tutorials, you can quickly learn how to turn on an LED light, control a motor, run a servo, read the values of various sensors, and even display them on the LCD display.
  • Maker Pi Pico and Maker Pi Pico Base incorporate the most wanted Reset button for the Raspberry Pi Pico or Pico W and gives you access to all GPIO pins on two 20 ways pin-headers, with clear labels. Each GPIO is coupled with an LED indicator for convenient code testing and troubleshooting. The bottom layer of this board even comes with a comprehensive pinout diagram showing the function of each pin.  
  • Are you an educator looking for STEM products for your curriculum? Are you considering teaching Arduino in your classroom? Look no further, Maker UNO X is your right choice! Students can start coding right away, see the board lights up and plays a melody with the press of a button. No soldering required. Use Maker UNO X to introduce programming and electronics to your students!
  • Maker UNO is fully compatible with Arduino. You can share the same library and code. We put in 12x LEDs, 1x piezo buzzer and 1x programmable button on the Maker UNO. We have removed the DC jack power input socket as most of the boards used in classes are powered using USB. We have also replaced the ATmega16u2 with CH340 to bring down the cost.  
  • Arduino is the easiest platform to learn digital making. However, many students, as well as the teachers, still find it is difficult to get started and get familiar with Arduino. This could due to two reasons:
    • Most of the students and teachers do not have knowledge in either electronics or coding or both;
    • Most of the beginner's guide and sample codes are developed by technical persons who do not understand the pains of non-technical people.
  • The Arduino UNO R4 WiFi merges the RA4M1 microprocessor from Renesas with the ESP32-S3 from Espressif, creating an all-in-one tool for makers with enhanced processing power and a diverse array of new peripherals. With its built-in Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® capabilities, the UNO R4 WiFi enables makers to venture into boundless creative possibilities. Furthermore, this versatile board boasts a convenient on-board 12x8 LED matrix and a Qwiic connector, offering ample space for innovation and unleashing creativity. This dynamic combination empowers makers to transform their ideas into reality and elevate their projects to unprecedented heights.
  • The Arduino UNO is the best board to get started with electronics and coding. If this is your first experience tinkering with the platform, the UNO is the most robust board you can start playing with. The UNO is the most used and documented board of the whole Arduino family.
  • The Arduino IoT Bundle is the best way to start exploring the world of connected devices using the Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect. Follow the 5 step by step tutorials to quickly learn how to build IoT devices.
  • New to Mobile Robot & Coding? Don't worry! This kit comes with a booklet covering all the hands-on lessons you need to get started. Every step is explained clearly with the help of images. We make sure that the common issues when building and coding the Arduino mobile robot are properly addressed in this booklet. Besides, it comes with fun facts to feed the curious minds too. No Soldering! Just Jumper Wires There is no soldering involved in order for more young makers to take part in the building process. To make things even simpler, the detailed schematic diagram and mounting location of the parts are printed inside the box. Hence you can build and connect with greater confidence as you embark on this digital-making journey.

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