Arduino enthusiasts or those of you just looking to get started with Arduino electronic circuits and projects, may be interested in a new Arduino compatible sensor kit which has been created by OSEPP based in Vancouver, Canada.
The OSEPP 101 Arduino Sensor Kit requires no soldering or bread boards and provides an easy way to get up and running learning about Arduino, with sensors that are fitted with easy plug and play connectors, offering 14 unique sensor modules together with 15 detailed lessons.
Watch the video below to see examples of the projects that are capable of being built using the supplied modules and components. OSEPP the developers of the Arduino sensor kit explain more about the inspiration behind it and what you can build. If you liked this you might also be interested in building an Arduino wind speed meter
The 101 sensor kit is a collection of common sensors you can find around your environment. Wether its the light sensors in your smartphones/laptops, the motion sensors found to control patio lighting or smoke alarm sensors in your home, our kit helps you understand these common sensors that encompass our lives. This kit initiates the first steps in creating smart sensing devices for the internet of things, or whatever you can dream up!
We understand the challenge of getting started with electronics, so we have created a detailed instructional booklet with accompanying lessons and quick connect sensor modules. The 101 Sensor Kit will have you up and running in minutes with an array of smart sensing projects. No prior electronics knowledge required. By the end of the 101 Sensor Kit, you will have a strong foundation of understanding how to incorporate a large range of sensors for any project.
For more information on the new OSEPP 101 Arduino Sensor Kit jump over to the Kickstarter website for details, full specifications and the ability to make a pledge from just $79 CAD for early bird backers