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SparkFun Inventor's Kit V4.0 - Example Sketches

SparkFun Inventor's Kit
SparkFun Inventor's Kit V4.0(KIT-14265)

The example sketches in this repository are part of the SparkFun Inventor's Kit (a.k.a. "The SIK"). The SIK consists of an SparkFun RedBoard and a variety of electronic components designed to help you learn basic programming and circuits. Build five projects comprised of 16 circuits as you navigate through the best inventor's kit yet! Once you've mastered these circuits, you'll be able to start building projects limited only by your imagination!

These sketches are designed to work with the SIK Experiment Guide tutorial.

Getting Started

  1. If you haven't yet, download and install the Arduino IDE
  2. Obtain the latest SIK Guide Code by one of the following methods:
  1. Place the SIK-Guide-Code folder in the Arduino IDE examples directory:
  • PC: drag the SIK-Guide-Code folder into C:\program files\Arduino-x\examples
  • MAC: Right-click on the Arduino IDE app and click "Show Package Contents...". Drag the SIK-Guide-Code folder into Contents/Resources/Java
  • Linux: see http://www.arduino.cc/playground/Learning/Linux
  1. Start the Arduino IDE; the examples should be visible in this menu: File > Examples > SIK Guide Code

Sketch Topics

Project 1

  • 1A Blink an LED
  • 1B Read a Potentiometer
  • 1C Night-light
  • 1D RGB Night-light

Project 2

  • 2A Buzzer
  • 2B Digital Trumpet
  • 2C Simon Says Game

Project 3

  • 3A Servo Motor
  • 3B Distance Sensor
  • 3C Motion Alarm
Project 4
  • 4A LCD Hello World
  • 4B LCD Thermometer
  • 4C DIY Who Am I Game
Project 5
  • 5A Motor Basics
  • 5B Remote-controlled Robot
  • 5C Autonomous Rover

Documentation

Version History

  • v40 -SIK code version 4.0
  • v33 -SIK code version 3.3
  • v32 -SIK code version 3.2
  • v30 -SIK code version 3.0

License Information

These sketches were written by SparkFun Electronics with lots of help from the Arduino community.

All contents of this repository are released under Creative Commons Share-alike 4.0.