Arduino TinkerKit

TinkerKit - Basic Arduino | K000001

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The Basic Kit is a pack of different TinkerKit modules, aimed to start designing interactive environments/prototype interfaces without using breadboards or soldering irons.

The Basic Kit consists of the Sensor Shield V.2, 7 different sensors, 5 actuators, and some cables.

Part list:
- Sensor Shield V.2 x1
- Button Module x1
- LDR Module x1
- Tilt Module x1
- Therm Module x1
- Rotary Potentiometer Module x1
- Linear Potentiometer Module x1
- Touch Sensor Module x1
- Relay Module x1
- 5 mm Green LED Module x1
- 5 mm Yellow LED Module x1
- 5 mm Red LED Module x1
- 10 mm Green LED Module x1
- 20 cm cables x4
- 50 cm cables x2
- 100 cm cables x1

TinkerKit Hall Sensor Arduino® | T000070

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 Hall Sensor creates a voltage related to the magnetic field around the sensor. This can be used to detect distance from a nearby magnet. Hall sensors can also be used to detect the magnetic field induced in a wire or coil.

TinkerKit LDR Sensor Arduino® | T000090

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LDR (or Light Dependant Resistor, or photoresistor) is a variable resistor. Light falling on the sensor decreases its resistance.

TinkerKit Tilt Sensor Arduino® | T000190

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The Tilt Sensor can detect when it is at an angle.

Output: This module contains two contacts and a small metal ball. When the sensor is in its upright position, the ball bridges the two contacts, completing the circuit. When the board is tilted, the ball moves, and the circuit opens. When upright, the module outputs 5V and when it is tilted, it outputs 0V. When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read a value of 1023 when in its upright position and 0 when it is titled.

Module description: this module features a Tilt Sensor, a signal amplifier, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED that lights up when a connection is made (the sensor is upright).

This module is a SENSOR. The connector is an OUTPUT which must be connected to one of the INPUT connectors on the TinkerKit Shield.