Function and Applications
The Brick'R'knowledge Arduino Coding Set introduces you to digital electronics and programming with the Arduino Nano that is included in the kit. The set includes digital components such as 7-segment displays, OLED display, D/A converter or a I2C adapter that are complementary to all analog bricks also supplied in the set.
- Use the Arduino Web Editor or the Arduino IDE
- Easy to use plug-in system which does not distract from programming the microcontroller and the components which it controls
- Save to use and robust
- Special plug contacts of the bricks to easily realise circuits with solid electric contacts
- Screen-printed electric symbols on top of each brick
- Closed circuits in more complex circuits can be easily realised
- Special ground brick helps reduce the number of bricks to build a closed circuit
- No additional material required
Equipment and Technical Data
Realise the following coding tasks:
- Introductory coding of a microcontroller with LEDs and push buttons
- Analog/digital converter and digital/analog converter
- I2C bus
- Push buttons and bouncing
- Rotary encoders
- OLED display
- Applications: measurement of a discharge function, diode characteristics, OLED and transistor as emitter circuit, switching of loads
The stable storage box includes the following bricks which can be easily attached to one another: Arduino Nano, LEDs, I2C, D/A converter, OLED, 7-segment display, capacitor, diodes, resistors, connecting bricks, power supply brick (9V), ground brick to realise closed circuits easily and to reduce the number of necessary connections, push-button, reed contact switch, potentiometer, NTC resistor, LDR, double resistor, field effect transistor, npn transistor, rotary encoder, contact brick to connect other components.
For coding and data transfer of the code to the Arduino Nano a PC is required (Windows, MacOSX, Linux).