Arduino Explore IoT Kit [EN] - AKX00027
The Arduino Explore IoT Kit helps advanced high school and college students get started with the fundamental concepts of the Internet of Things. It includes all necessary hardware, software, learning content, and support.
Recommended for one or two students, the kit’s hardware includes one MKR 1010 board, the Maker IoT carrier with five tactile buttons and squared LCD display, a set of sensors and actuators, cables, and more (see full list in the tech specs). All components are packed into a robust reusable toolbox, ideal for storage and years of use.
The kit also gives students access to an online platform with 10 exciting learning activities, which introduce them to the core concepts of IoT and challenge them to build real-world applications (see more details in content).
With one Explore IoT Kit you get a 12-month free trial subscription to Arduino Create Maker plan, the premium subscription to our online coding platform. With it, students will also learn to control objects remotely using Arduino Create and its IoT Cloud application.
More info at: arduino.cc/education/explore-iot-kit
The kit includes:Hardware:
- Arduino MKR WiFi 1010 board
- MKR IoT Carrier designed for this kit, including:
- Two 24 V relays
- SD card holder
- Five Tactile buttons
- Plug and play connectors for different sensors
- Temperature sensor
- Humidity sensor
- Pressure sensor
- RGBC, Gesture and Proximity
- RGB 1.20” display
- 18650 Li-Ion rechargeable battery holder (battery not included)
- Five RGB LEDs
- Plastic encasing
- Micro USB cable
- Moisture sensor
- PIR sensor
- Plug-and-play cables for all the sensors
The Explore IoT Kit includes a 12 months free trial to the Arduino Create Maker Plan. Once the trial expires you will need to renew the subscription to the maker plan by going to this page. The Arduino Create Maker Plan included in the kit offers unlimited compilation time and extended access to some of the features of the Arduino IoT Cloud allowing teachers to run their classes with the certainty that they won’t find any limitation on them. If you don’t renew your Maker Plan subscription, you will be automatically downgraded to the Arduino Create Free Plan. This plan (Arduino Create Free Plan) offers lower compilation time per day, and limit the access to some of the features of the Arduino IoT Cloud, which means that only 3 out of the 10 activities of the kit can be completed with it.