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Grove Shield for Arduino Nano€3,20 /€2,69 excl. VAT
Arduino Starter Kit€74,34 excl. VAT /
Project kit Arduino€64,91 - €88,46
Arduino Oplà IoT kit€127,81 /€107,40 excl. VAT
Arduino Nano IO shield€6,83 /€5,74 excl. VAT
SIM7600CE-T 4G(LTE) Shield for Arduino€78,62 /€66,07 excl. VAT
E-book Getting started with Arduino€24,49 /€22,89 excl. VAT
Arduino Uno Rev3 – ATMEGA328€23,55 /€19,79 excl. VAT
Arduino Mega 2560 Rev3€41,26 /€34,67 excl. VAT
Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect - With Headers€27,49 /€23,10 excl. VAT
Arduino sensor kit - Grove€29,45 /€24,75 excl. VAT
Starter Kit for Arduino & Raspberry Pi€39,29 /€33,02 excl. VAT
Why buy an Arduino?
What should you pay attention to when buying an Arduino?
Arduino is the worldwide leader when it comes to open-source hardware & software.
There are various Arduino Boards available, each has its own characteristics. So it's good to think about what to do with it first board want to do before you buy one. The Arduino Uno is the most popular and is a good choice for the beginner and for standard projects. The Arduino Nano is similar to the Uno but has a smaller size that makes it easier to handle in small projects. The Mega again offers extra I/O pins for larger projects.
Arduino starter kits
Starter Kits are packed with information and hardware.
There are many similar kits, but all differ slightly.
It is therefore important that you choose a kit that fits your way of learning!
The learning progress is strongly determined by the projects and hardware that you use during the various projects. There are 3 important things to consider when buying a starter kit.
1, Which board do you want to use?
2, Which components do you find interesting?
3, How do you want to learn? (From a book or digital)
Arduino Shields are printed circuit boards that you board as the Uno can place.
These shields ensure that the board is expanded with additional functionalities.
If you want to control motors, you can use a motor shield, for example.
Do you want your Arduino board connect to the internet? Then you use an Ethernet shield, for example.
Arduino has a few Shields available, but there are also other companies that develop good shields. There are numerous shields, each with its own functionalities.
Arduino MKR Family
The Arduino MKRboards combine the power of a 32-bit Arm microcontroller.
With a choice of integrated WiFi, GSM, NB-IoT, SigFox or LoRa connectivity.
They are supported by the same Arduino IDE that millions of people know, from users making IoT accessible to beginners and productive to professionals.
MKR-boards are designed with end products in mind. All signs are FCC, RoHS and CE certified. The MKR Boards have a robust mechanical design. This makes them ideal for industrial applications. This can be done in combination with the RS 485, CAN or Ethernet shields. A dedicated crypto chip means efficient, secure internet connectivity with TLS support.