Wednesday, January 18, 2017

The first Arduino and NodeMCU Starter kit specifically designed for Visuino IoT development

The first Arduino and NodeMCU Starter kit specifically designed for Visuino IoT development is now available as result of the collaboration with the great folks at Makerfabs.

The kit includes:

  • 1 x Arduino Nano v3
  • 1 x NodeMCU Mini
  • 1 x HC-05 Serial Bluetooth Module
  • 1 x IR receiver
  • 1 x IR Transmitter
  • 1 x Infrared Remote Controller
  • 1 x 28BYJ-48 Stepper motor-5V
  • 1 x ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver
  • 1 x Tower Pro 9g SG-90 Mini Servo
  • 1 x MPU6050 3-Axis Acceleration Gyroscope 6DOF Module
  • 1 x HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Range Measurement Module
  • 1 x DHT11 Temperature & Humidity Module
  • 1 x Light Sensor Module
  • 1 x EC11 Encoder
  • 1 x 1-Channel Relay Module-10A
  • 1 x Analog 2-axis Thumb Joystick with Select Button
  • 2 x Hat Button Module
  • 1 x 10mm RGB LED Module
  • 1 x Sealed Membrane 4X4 Button Pad With Sticker
  • 1 x 0.96" I2C OLED 128x64- Blue
  • 1 x Breadboard- 8.3x5.5cm
  • 1 x 40 pin dual male splittable jumper wire - 20cm
  • 1 x 40 pin dual female splittable jumper wire- 20cm
  • 1 x 40 pin male female splittable jumper wire - 20cm
  • 1 x Micro USB cable

  • Packaged in a nice box :-)

    The kit includes the NodeMCU Mini from Makerfabs - a very nice small factor NodeMCU ESP8266 board designed and manufactured by Makerfabs. I am expecting to receive my kit soon, but judging by the other boards manufactured by Makerfabs, that I have received, it should be of the highest quality :-) . Although most of the other components are not manufactured by Makerfabs, they have assured me that everything will be of a good quality.

    The component from kit also will be used for the upcoming Embarcadero IoT Boot Camp.

    You also should be able to implement with it, quite a number of my Visuino tutorials at the Instructables:

    and Hackster.IO

    Special thanks to the great people from Makerfabs for creating the kit! I hope you will really enjoy it :-)


    #Visuino #Arduino #ESP8266 #NodeMCU

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