Qwiic Starter Kit

  • Brand: Sparkfun
  • Product Code: SPX-14752
  • Stock

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  • R1,095.00 (price excl. VAT)

Qwiic Starter Kit

The Qwiic Starter Kit was designed to allow users to get started with Arduino without the need for soldering or breadboarding. Hooking up a handful of inputs and outputs to an Arduino has never been so easy. The Qwiic Starter Kit includes three inputs: a joystick, accelerometer, and proximity sensor, and one small display for outputting text, graphics, or even a microPong game!


The Kit consists of the BlackBoard by SparkFun, which is an Arduino Uno derivative with a variety of feature improvements; the Qwiic Joystick which makes it easy to control things like graphics or motors (the Joystick has 1024 steps on both the X and Y axis and a select button when the joystick is pressed); the Qwiic Proximity sensor can detect objects and motions (like a hand appearing/disappearing) up to 20 centimeters away; the Qwiic Accelerometer is a classic solid state triple axis accelerometer capable of measuring movement, tilt, and orientation (portrait versus landscape for example); the Qwiic OLED is a 64x48 pixel white and black display that easy to program for text and simple graphics; as well as a handful have various Qwiic connector cables.



Shipping List

  • 1 X BlackBoard
  • 1 X 3 foot rugged microB USB cable
  • 1 X Qwiic Joystick
  • 1 X Qwiic Accelerometer Sensor
  • 1 X Qwiic Proximity Sensor
  • 1 X Qwiic OLED Display
  • 1 X Qwiic Cable Kit

Tags: qwiic, starter, kit

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