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Arduino Starter Kit is the best way to start learning about Arduino coding, electronics and building Arduino projects. Having an Arduino Starter Kit is a perfect way to dive into the field of embedded electronics as you will get all the essential components in a single package that are required to start working with Arduino.

These are useful for beginners in electronics and programming as all the hardware and software is open source and you can use these kits even if you have no experience in electronics and programming.

We, at B.M.E.S, believe in sharing the best experience and have designed our very own Arduino Starter Kit for Beginners which anyone who is willing to tinker with electronics can buy and start with his journey into embedded electronics. 

BMES Arduino starter kit looks like the following : 

arduino starter kit

To help young students and beginners, we are adding a list of 10 DIY Starter Kit Projects which anyone can make themselves as we are adding the codes and connection diagram for reference. 

Buy Arduino Starter Kit from here.

1) Temperature Sensor using LM35

Brief : In this project we interfaced LM35 Temperature Sensor with Arduino to design digital thermometer. The measured temperature will be directly displayed on 16*2 LCD. LM35 is capable of reading the temperature in Centigrade scale.

Step 1: What We Need

1) 1 x Arduino UNO  (Buy here)
2) 1 x 16×2 LCD (Buy here)
3) 1 x 10K Potentiometer (Buy here)
4) 1 x LM35 Temperature Sensor (Buy here)
5) 1 x BreadBoard (Buy here)

Step 2: Codes & Schematic : Download

2) Distance Sensor using HCSR04 

Brief : In this project we interfaced HCSR04 Ultrasonic Sensor with Arduino to design a simple distance meter. The measured distance will be shown on a 16*2 LCD in cms as well as inch. HCSR04 can measure distances upto 200 cms or 2 mtrs.

Step 1: What We Need

1) 1 x Arduino UNO  (Buy here)
2) 1 x 16×2 LCD (Buy here)
3) 1 x 10K Potentiometer (Buy here)
4) 1 x HCSR04 Sensor (Buy here)
5) 1 x BreadBoard (Buy here)

Step 2: Codes & Schematic : Download

3) Motion Sensor Alarm

Brief: A simple motion sensor alarm using PIR sensor. This senses the presence of any living person and triggers a buzzer for sound notification. LED’s show the status of the alarm.

Step 1: What We Need

1) 1 x Arduino Uno R3 Board (Buy here
2) 1 x PIR Sensor (Buy here)
3) 1 x Piezo Buzzer (Buy here)
4) 1 x Mini Breadboard (Buy here)
5) 2 x LED (Green & Red) with Resistors 220 Ohm

Step 2: Codes & Schematic : Download


We’ll be adding more projects regularly with complete code and schematic so stay tuned. 

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