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Hi guys !

I'm one of the founder of Afforduino.

We propose a 40$ Arduino Starter kit including :

Uno R3 board (NOT AFFECTED BY THE FTDI BUG)
USB Cable
Breadboard
30* Male/male Jumper Wires
30* Male/female Jumper Wires
RFID Module + RFID Card w/ keychain
16*02 LCD Screen
5V Relay
DS1302 clock module
Analog microphone
DHT11 Temp & Humidity sensor
Water level sensor
4*4 keypad module (16 buttons)
2 axis Joystick module
Servo motor
Stepper motor driver board
5* Blue LED
5* Yellow LED
5* Red LED
5* 1K ohms Resistor
5* 10K ohms Resistor
8* 220 ohms Resistor
Adjustable 0-10k ohms Potentiometer
2* Buzzer
4* Big buttons (with hat)
LM35 Temp sensor
3* Photoresistors
Infrared remote control
Infrared receiver
4 digit display (tube)
1 digit display (tube)
74HC595N chip

As you can see, all the components needed to start your own electronics projects are here.

The kit is now available through direct purchase on our website :
http://afforduino.com

It could be an excellent gift too.

Feel free to ask your questions.

Cheers.

- Vincent from the Afforduino Team  ;)
http://afforduino.com

AnalysIR

Best of luck with the kits. Sure is a lot included.



I suggest you put a link to the data sheet for each(or most) item(s) included in the kit up on your website, along with links to example projects.

Also, looks like the price is actually $43.52, presumably because of PayPal charges. Best to quote the final price when dealing with end-users.

You should also consider a version without the dev board, for people who already have an Arduino or for other dev platforms.
Visit our Blog about Infrared Remote Control >>>> http://www.AnalysIR.com/blog/  Twitter: @AnalysIR
First Read this PDF=> 10 common pitfalls with Infrared Remote Control >>> http://bit.ly/1cvd0at

CrossRoads

15 LEDs, but only 8 current limit resistors?
No 0.1uF caps?
No transistors?
Designing & building electrical circuits for over 25 years.  Screw Shield for Mega/Due/Uno,  Bobuino with ATMega1284P, & other '328P & '1284P creations & offerings at  my website.

AnalysIR

Oooooops  & apologies in advance....

Genuine coincidence
....Just got an email from AlieExpress with the following @ US$30.53 with free shipping

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/UNO-KIT-Upgraded-version-of-the-For-Starter-Kit-the-RFID-learn-Suite-Stepper-Motor-ULN2003/1042001423.html

Looks like the same photo!  & a circa 33% saving!

PS: The IR reciever shown in this kit, which looks like the VS1838B is very very poor. (hence my initial interest)
see: http://www.analysir.com/blog/2014/12/08/infrared-receiver-showdown-tsop34438-vs-vs1838b-winner-revealed/


@$30.53 it still looks pretty good value as a starter kit, even if it doesn't have everything.

Visit our Blog about Infrared Remote Control >>>> http://www.AnalysIR.com/blog/  Twitter: @AnalysIR
First Read this PDF=> 10 common pitfalls with Infrared Remote Control >>> http://bit.ly/1cvd0at

pYro_65

PS: The IR reciever shown in this kit, which looks like the VS1838B is very very poor. (hence my initial interest)
Just turn off the sun like the link mentioned! Geez, some people...

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