Dive Into DIY Electronics with a Beginner-Friendly Board That's a Dream to Set Up & Troubleshoot
Arduino boards are a great way to learn the essentials behind DIY electronics, but they're not without their problems. From complicated diagrams to difficulty with troubleshooting, there's a number of obstacles that can get in the way of your STEM education. You can skip much of the hassle and start coding right away with the Maker UNO Edu Kit. Designed with an easy-to-read board and built-in LEDs for troubleshooting, plus a number of hands-on projects to get your feet wet with programming, this kit makes DIY electronics accessible and fun.
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Learn the basics of DIY electronics w/ a user-friendly board
Easily troubleshoot with built-in LEDs that indicate issues
Easily connect I/O pins to circuits w/ labeled pin headers
Dive into hands-on projects w/ your board to learn about electronics
SMD ATmega328P microcontroller (the same microcontroller on Arduino UNO) with
Optiboot (UNO) Bootloader
USB Programming facilitated by the CH340
Input voltage: USB 5V, from computer, power bank or standard USB adapter
500mA (maximum) 3.3V voltage regulator
0-5V outputs with 3.3V compatible inputs
14 digital I/O pins (6 PWM outputs)
6 analog Inputs
ISP 6-pin header
32k flash memory
16MHz clock speed
R3 shield compatible
LED array for 5V, 3.3V, TX, RX and all digital pins
On-board programmable push button (pin 2, need to configure as INPUT_PULLUP).