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Recently, we have updated the latest versions of electronic brick modules, which are added with more useful new features:
  • Compatible with both the mainstream 2.54mm 3-pin interface and 2.0mm in Grove Interface on the market.
  • With M4 standard mounting holes, easier to install on a variety of building platforms such as LEGO bricks and Makeblock.

In addition to common features, we also enhanced the specific functions for several electronic brick modules to make more powerful functions with lower costs!

To give you a faster start on your journey to Arduino and electronic project productions, we specifically made "Study notes of Iteaduino" and a set of Electronic Brick Starter Kit. In the 8 documents, we introduced use of Iteaduino UNO board, ITEAD shield and various electronic brick modules in the kit step by step in order of difficulty to realize a variety of examples from experiments to practical applications.

Study Notes of Iteaduino Part II – Digital Pin to Control LED Lamp
In this tutorial, we can learn about Arduino digital and analog (PWM) outputs, understand the programming environment and how to compile and to download codes onto Iteaduino UNO board to control ON/OFF and brightness of LED lamp. And we will need to use Iteaduino board and the LED electronic brick module in the Electronic Brick Starter Kit.

Study Notes of Iteaduino Part III-To Perform Simple Songs with Buzzer
In this tutorial, we will learn how to use Arduino library to realize control on the buzzer to play songs, and we will need to use Iteaduino board and the buzzer electronic brick module in the Electronic Brick Starter Kit.

Study Notes of Iteaduino Part IV – Light Sensor
In this tutorial, we will introduce the knowledge of sensor as well as Arduino digital and analog inputs. We sense the external brightness and control ON/OFF and brightness of LED lamp with use of light sensor, and we will need to use Iteaduino board, light sensor electronic brick module and LED electronic brick module in the Electronic Brick Starter Kit.

Study Notes of Iteaduino Part V – To Operate 1602 LCD Screen
In this tutorial, we will introduce how to use of the Arduino library to operate a 1602 LCD screen and to control it display the corresponding characters, and we will need to use Iteaduino board and 1602 LCD shield in the Electronic Brick Starter Kit.

Study Notes of Iteaduino Part VI – Temperature Sensor
In this tutorial, we will use a temperature sensor to sense the outside temperature and it will be displayed on the LCD screen. We will need to use Iteaduino board, 1602 LCD shield and DS18B20 temperature sensor electronic brick in the Electronic Brick Starter Kit.

Study Notes of Iteaduino Part VII – Track Sensor
In this tutorial, we will introduce principle and use of track sensor, and we will need to use Iteaduino board and track sensor electronic brick in the Electronic Brick Starter Kit.

Study Notes of Iteaduino Part VIII – Motor Drive Module MotoMama
In this tutorial, we will introduce how to use Arduino to control the DC motor rotation with LN298 motor drive shield, and we will need Iteaduino board in the Electronic Brick Starter Kit. For MotoMama DC motor drive shield and DC motor needed, we can buy them by ourselves.

Study Notes of Iteaduino Part IX – Tracking car
In this tutorial, we will introduce how to use the Arduino to build a tracking car with four track sensors, a motor drive shield and a set of Makeblock 2WD kit. The car will move following the black line on the ground and it will not shift out of the track. And we will need Iteaduino board and track sensor (only one piece is included in the kit) in the Electronic Brick Starter Kit. For MotoMama DC motor drive shield and Makeblock 2WD kit needed, we can buy them by ourselves.

The tutorial documents have been burned in the CD, which will come in the Electronic Brick Starter Kit. Besides, you can download them directly in the following address:

If you encounter problems when using our Iteaduino board, ITEAD shields or electronic bricks, you can contact us on our forum, and we will respond to your questions promptly. In addition, you are also welcomed to share your interesting works built with our products on the forum. For those excellent works, we will offer a mysterious gift as a support. Enjoy and have fun.

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