This  RFID Starter Kit for Arduino is a very good do-and-learn package for starter to RFID security verification programming. With this Starter Kit, you are able to learn how RFID key and receiver works, how to use RFID system to do security check. You can also learn how Arduino control and communicate with other devices such as LCD,LED, Servo, keypad etc and how RFID system work with those Arduino controlled devices.

We designed many learning projects for this starter kit which have detailed circuit graph, step-by-step tutorial and fully-tested Arduino sample codes which can save lots of your research time and speed up your learning progress. You can use the principles from these projects and develop your own DIY security control system.

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Packing List

RFID Receiver/KEY/ID CARD x1
LED Pack(6 x Bright White, 6 x Red, 6 x Yellow, 6 x Green) x1
Push Buttons x10
Positive Buzzer x1
Photoresistor(light sensor) x3
Tilt sensor x1
Sound Detection Sensor x 1
Touch Switch Sensor x1
Alphanumeric I2C LiquidCrystal Display(16×2 LCD ) x1
PIR Motion Sensor x1
4*4 keypad x1
DS1302 clock module x1
Relay module x1
SG90 Micro Servo Motor x1
Resistors Package (20 x 200ohm, 20 x 1Kohm, 20 x 10Kohm, 5 x 1Mohm) x1
Jumper Wires Pack(M/F Jumper x 20) x1

 Lessons Content List:

Lesson 1
What is Arduino?

Lesson 2
Osoyoo Basic  Board

Lesson 3
Download and Install Arduino IDE
 Lesson 4
What is a Sketch and how does it work?
 Lesson 5
How to Install Additional Arduino Libraries
 Lesson 6
Hello World
 Lesson 7
 Lesson 8
 Lesson 9
Eight of Flowing Water Light
Lesson 10
PWM Control LED Brightness(Breathing Light)
Lesson 11
 Lesson 12
 Lesson 13
Lesson 14
The Serial Monitor
Lesson 15
I2C LCD1602 Display
Lesson 16
Lesson 17
Lesson 18
Make sample security project
Lesson 19
Use touch switch sensor and Arduino to turn on LED
Lesson 20
4×4 Matrix Keypad
Lesson 21
Use Arduino to drive DS1302 clock moduley
Lesson 22
1-Channel Relay Module
Lesson 23
PIR Motion Sensor
Lesson 24
Sound Detection Sensor