Ages 14 and up

STEAM/STEM - Digital making for Young Makers. Never too young to learn....

The main difference between STEM and STEAM is STEM explicitly focuses on scientific concepts. STEAM investigates the same concepts, but does this through inquiry and problem-based learning methods used in the creative process.
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The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized codeable computer with motion detection, a built-in compass, LED display, and Bluetooth technology built in. V2 now with microphone and speaker
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micro:bit V2 Junior Kit (micro:bit V2 Junior)

You will find loads of info, lessons, projects and other resources at

Are you a teacher that need assistance or material to improve your classes? Have a look at the free resources for teachers

micro:bit V2 is a brand new, super-charged version of the popular pocket-sized codeable computer, brought bang up to date with a microphone, speaker and upgraded processing capabilities.

With over four times the processing power and eight times as much RAM as the original micro:bit this new model opens up a world of new possibilities! We're especially excited about how well MicroPython will run on the new model where previously the limited RAM was a struggle.


  • Upgraded processor (nRF52833)
    • 64MHz Arm Cortex-M4 FPU (over 4 times faster!)
    • 512KB Flash storage on board
    • 128KB RAM
  • MEMS Microphone with LED indicator and on-board speaker
  • 5x5 LED matrix display
  • Touch sensitive logo "button"
  • Accelerometer/compass
  • Light and temperature sensors
  • Sleep/off mode for batteries powered projects (w/ LED indicator)
  • Up to 200mA of current for external accessories
  • Bluetooth 5.0 radio allowing micro:bits to talk to each other
  • Notched edge connector (easier to connect things like crocodile clips and conductive thread)
  • Dimensions: 52mm x 42mm x 11.7mm

It's the same shape and size so should be already familiar to countless teachers and learners, and also compatible with the vast majority of add-on boards and accessories.

How does the BBC micro:bit work?

It's programmed with beginner friendly, drag and drop interface MakeCode with the option to progress into MicroPython later on, opening up even more programming possibilities!

It's packed with inputs, outputs, sensors and radio communication features that can be combined into and endless variety of projects.

Inputs and outputs: An important part of any computer system. As a very small computer, the BBC micro:bit has plenty of inputs and outputs to learn about and use.

LEDs: An LED, or light-emitting diode is an output device that gives off light. Your BBC micro:bit has a display of 25 LEDs for you to program.

Buttons: A very common input device. Your micro:bit has two "clicky" buttons and a touch sensitive button you can program, and a reset button.

Radio: A way of sending and receiving messages and BBC micro:bits can use radio waves to communicate with each other.

Accelerometer: A motion sensor that measures movement. The accelerometer in your BBC micro:bit detects when you tilt it left to right, backwards and forwards and up and down.

Compass: An input sensor that detects magnetic fields. Your BBC micro:bit has an inbuilt compass that can detect the direction in which it is facing.

Light sensor: An input device that measures light levels. Your BBC micro:bit uses the LEDs to sense the levels of light and lets you program your micro:bit as a light sensor.

Temperature sensor: An input device that measures temperature. Your BBC micro:bit has a temperature sensor inside the processor which can give you an approximation of the air temperature.

Pins: On the bottom edge of your BBC micro:bit there are 25 gold strips, called pins. These pins allow you to really get creative. You can create circuits, connect external things like buzzers and motors and make your own fun projects.

Sound: Your BBC micro:bit can be programmed to make a wide variety of sounds - from single notes, tones and beats to your own musical compositions.

What's in the box?

1 x micro:bit V2.2 board
1 x micro B USB Cable for programming

You will need....

  • Computer/laptop with Internet access


Using the micro:bit V2.2


The micro:bit V2.2 has no less than six sensors onboard to create awesome projects:

More Resources

The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together. It has an LED light display, buttons, sensors, a speaker, microphone and many other input/output features that, when programmed, let it interact with you and your world.

Visit What is the micro:bit? to find out more or explore all the features in depth through short videos.

You will need a computer, tablet or phone to write and send code to the micro:bit, but once the code is on the micro:bit it works as a standalone device with just the battery pack. Visit getting started for support taking your first steps with the micro:bit.

The Micro:bit Educational Foundation produces free coding tools and teaching resources to support you as you explore the potential of the micro:bit:

  • Choose your perfect programming tool in Let's Code:
    • Run whole class coding sessions easily with micro:bit classroom
    • Teach block-based coding with Microsoft MakeCode or text-based coding with the micro:bit Python Editor
  • Explore our free resources for teachers including:
    • Quick projects for beginners and more advanced users
    • Curriculum-linked lessons and units of work
    • Professional development courses and events like webinars and code-alongs
    • Classroom resources such as student handouts, reward certificates and posters

As well as givings students a hands-on approach to coding, the micro:bit is an engaging classroom tool that gives students confidence to try new things and get creative with technology.

The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized codeable computer with motion detection, a built-in compass, LED display, and Bluetooth technology built in. V2 now with microphone and speaker
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Raspberry Pi Pico, MicroPython and GPIO board MODB for beginners (MODB V3 board)

We designed this GPIO PCB to assist you with the MicroPython introduction tutorial found on Raspberry Pi Foundation projects. No soldering required. We will be directing you with links to the different sections of the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s introduction while supplying the code and a few fun projects on our page right here.

You can also order the complete kit with everything you need for the tutorials.

We included the following circuits on the board for coding/testing:

1 x RGB
3 x LED
1 x buzzer
1 x button
1 x potentiometer

Learn how to write the code to individually use/control the above mentioned input/output modules. You'll also learn how to pair some of them up with exciting results. Eg. use the three LEDs to display a bargraph or progress meter indicating the value generated by the potentiometer.

Usage example of the MODB board.

Please note: The Pico W, jumpers cables, USB cable and expansion board are not included with this product.

What's in the box?

1 x GPIO MODB beginners board


Blog tutorial
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Raspberry Pi Pico W (pre-soldered headers) Maker kit 5 with DHT22 for web server or Home Assistant (Pico WH kit5 DHT22)

Visit our blog to get more info on what you can do with your Pico

This Starter Kit is based around the Raspberry Pi Pico W (with pre-soldered headers) development board which features the Raspberry Pi RP2040 microcontroller chip. This kit is ideal for beginners that need a base to start testing their projects. We include a USB cable for programming/testing your Pico projects and an official power supply for when you deploy your Pico to perform it's duties.

This kit will enable you to serve a webpage on your lan showing the DHT22 temperature and humidity readings, or incorporate the data into your Home Assistant Raspberry Pi. We'll show you how on our blog pages.

How to use your Pico as a webpage server displaying sensor data.

How to use your Pico to serve JSON data to Home Assistant on request.

We also stock a wide selection of sensors and boards that you can use to upgrade your Pico W project.

What's in the box?

1 x The Raspberry Pi Pico W microcontroller with pre-soldered headers
1 x Official USB A male to USB micro B male 1m cable
1 x 5.1V 2.5A Official Power Supply white for Pico
1 x DHT 22 temperature and humidity sensor
3 x Female to female Jumper Cables


Pico W documentation available here
Connecting to the internet with Raspberry Pi Pico W

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Arduino starter kit - UNO compatible with starter guide (Arduino book kit)

This Starter Kit is based around the Arduino Compatible Uno development board which features the AVR ATmega328 microcontroller. The kit includes a getting started book to guide you throught the process of using your Arduino for the first time. Starting the basics of electronics, to more complex projects, the kit will help you control the physical world around you.

What's in the box?

Who is it designed for?

The Arduino Uno Starter Kit is suitable for almost all ages. It is designed for those who are new to Arduino and electronics, and is designed to introduce you to the world of code, circuits and breadboards.However, even if you’re an experienced designer, the Arduino Starter Kit is a great way to tinker about with the different functionalities of the Arduino Uno.

The Arduino Community

The Get Started with Arduino Book is there to help but there is also a huge community surrounding Arduino. So, if you are ever stuck or require some guidance with your projects, the Arduino site is full of content to keep you going. Or, if you find you are stuck for ideas to tinker about with, there’s plenty of projects on the site to give you some inspiration

The Get Started with Arduino book features the following projects to get you started:

We do also stock enclosures for the Arduino

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Maker UNO Edu Kit (Arduino Compatible) (CT uno edu kit)
The Typical Problem Faced By Teachers In Conducting Arduino Classes

1. Most of the students do not have basic knowledge in electronics.

2. They do not understand the circuit diagram at the beginning of the Arduino lesson. They will spend a substantial amount of time just to connect the wires and troubleshoot the connections.

3. It's a mess after every class. The teacher has to sort and make sure nothing is missing. What a tedious job and a waste of time! 

Students can skip the hassle of constructing the basic electronic circuit which is boring and time consuming. Although it is equally important for them to learn about basic electronics, it can always come later after they have experienced how easy it is to create awesome project. Start with fun and excitement. Start coding right away and see your board lights up and plays melody with the press of a button. 

With the conventional Arduino boards, students also face another common problem - difficulty in troubleshooting their circuit. This is because when it doesn't work, we do not know whether the problem is due to wire connection or coding.

With Maker UNO, the problem is solved! Not only do the onboard LEDs work as outputs, they can also act as indicators, clearly showing what's happening on that pin. When the pin is used as input, you can clearly see whether the signal is received by just looking at changes on the LEDs. 

Additional Features


One of the brilliant features of the official Arduino Uno is the label printed on its pin headers. It saves us a lot of time when we want to connect the I/O pins to the external circuit. So, we include a set of these label stickers for pin headers in each of the Maker UNO! (Please note that you need to peel off the stickers and stick them on your Maker UNO by yourself)

Students always get their boards mixed up. With Maker UNO, you can write your name on the board. Problem solved!

Maker UNO uses the common Micro USB cable which is basically everywhere.

Don't throw your box away! There is a small opening on the box for you to plug the USB cable so that you can keep your Maker UNO safely in the original box, no additional casing required.



Maker UNO is fully compatible with Arduino. You can share the same library and code. We put in 12x LEDs, 1x piezo buzzer and 1x programmable button on the Maker UNO. We have removed the DC jack power input socket as most of the boards used in classes are powered using USB. We have also replaced the ATmega16u2 with CH340 to bring down the cost.



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Raspberry Pi Pico MicroPython Programming Learning Kit(excluding book) (pico begin kit parts)
Visit our blog to get more info on what you can do with your Pico

Basic entry-level kit prepared for Pico. All the parts you need to complete the tutorials in the MicroPython beginners book (not included)

Tested and selected by professional engineer, with rich tutorials and resources
fast getting started with Raspberry Pi Pico and MicroPython programming

What's in the kit

Raspberry Pi Pico with pre-soldered header

A Low-Cost, High-Performance Microcontroller Board With Flexible Digital Interfaces

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  • RP2040 microcontroller chip designed by Raspberry Pi in the United Kingdom
  • Dual-core Arm Cortex M0 processor, flexible clock running up to 133 MHz
  • 264KB of SRAM, and 2MB of on-board Flash memory
  • Castellated module allows soldering direct to carrier boards
  • USB 1.1 with device and host support
  • Low-power sleep and dormant modes
  • Drag-and-drop programming using mass storage over USB
  • 26 × multi-function GPIO pins
  • 2 × SPI, 2 × I2C, 2 × UART, 3 x12-bit ADC, 16 × controllable PWM channels
  • Accurate clock and timer on-chip
  • Temperature sensor
  • Accelerated floating-point libraries on-chip
  • 8 × Programmable I/O (PIO) state machines for custom peripheral support

LCD1602 RGB ModuleLCD1602 RGB backlight character LCD, using I2C bus to display text or adjust RGB backlight
PIR motion sensorPyroelectric IR sensor, outputs electric switch signal when IR array from human/animal body is detected
8-Bit WS2812 RGB LED8x RGB LED, play around with cool light effects by programming
AlarmQuality active announciator, used for alarming or playing music
Single-joint potentiometerAdjustable potentiometer, 0~10K range, used for ADC test, volume/brightness adjustment, etc.
Round buttonsThree colors, for button/switch detection
5mm LEDThree colors, for experiments like traffic light, PWM adjusted light, etc.
330R resistorsProviding current-limit protection when connected with LED in series
Breadboard and wires
Jumper wires
Quality 830 breadboard and sorts of wires, easy for connecting components
Plastic boxCustomized box for storing the modules and components

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Electronics kit 1 for Raspberry Pi Pico (MM Electronics kit1 Pico)
Visit our blog to get more info on what you can do with your Pico

This low-cost simple to use electronics kit will teach you electronics and coding with your Raspberry Pi Pico. (or Pico with presoldered headers)

Build ten great projects including: A touch switch, a thermometer, a light meter and lie detector and much MORE !


 - Dimensions and Weight (closed box)
 - Units Length 120 mm
 - Width 105 mm
 - Height 35 mm Weight 95 g

What's in the box ?

1 x Solderless Breadboard 400 point
10 x Male to male jumper wires
1 x Micro-servomotor and accessory bag
2 x Strip of 0.1inch 20way header pins
5 x 470Ω resistor
2 x 1kΩ resistor
1 x 4.7MΩ resistor
2 x Red LED
1 x RGB LED (10mm)
2 x Tactile push switch (2 pin)
1 x Phototransistor
1 x Piezo buzzer


Instructions (PDF) 
Datasheet (PDF) 

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Kitronik Inventor's Kit for the Arduino Uno with Tutorial (KT Inventor Kit Uno)

The Kitronik Inventor's Kit for Arduino is a great way to get started with programming and hardware interaction with the Arduino in the classroom. This Inventor's Kit contains everything you need to complete 10 experiments including using LEDs, motors, light sensors and capacitors.

Arduino is an open-source code-able electronics platform, which has been designed for anyone making interactive projects. Arduino board can process inputs from many sensors, and also control outputs such as LEDs and motors.

The Arduino is controlled by the code with which it is programmed. This code is written in the Arduino programming language, using the Arduino development environment. Once complete the code is easily transferred to the Arduino board using a simple USB lead.

To get you off to a flying start, we have included an easy to follow tutorial book which guides you through creating the 10 experiments. You don't need any experience with programming as the tutorial book will guide you every step of the way. You'll be programming and creating circuits in no time!


  • This kit requires assembly.
  • No soldering is required and you can build your first circuit in minutes!
  • This kit does not include an Arduino UNO.
  • This kit is available as a single pack or as a pack of 20.


  • No soldering required - build your first circuit in minutes!
  • Make 10 experiments included in the provided step-by-step tutorial book.
  • All parts are included to conduct the 10 experiments.
  • Small Prototype Breadboard included for fast prototyping.

What's in the box?

1 x Mounting Plate.
1 x 7 Segment Display.
1 x Servo.
1 x Potentiometer - Vertical Type (finger adjust) 100K.
1 x Finger Adjust Spindle.
4 x Plastic Spacer 10mm.
1 x Small Prototype Breadboard.
1 x Terminal Connector.
4 x Push Switch.
1 x Motor.
1 x Transistor.
2 x Red 5mm LED.
2 x Orange 5mm LED.
2 x Yellow 5mm LED.
2 x Green 5mm LED.
1 x RGB 5mm LED.
1 x Fan Blade.
5 x 2.2KΩ Resistor.
5 x 10KΩ Resistor.
10 x 220Ω Resistor.
20 x Male to Male Jumper Wires.
1 x 470uF Electrolytic Capacitor.
1 x Piezo Element Buzzer.
4 x Pan Head M3 Machine Screw.
1 x Phototransistor.



Inventors Kit Additional Online Resources:

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Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform (Buggy) for Pico (KT buggy for Pico)

The Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform Pico, a fun and hands-on introduction to Robotics with the Raspberry Pi Pico.

The Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform for Raspberry Pi Pico is a fun and hands-on introduction to buggy robotics. The easy to follow booklet provided with the kit guides you through all of the steps required for you to take control of your robot. The Robotics Platform has been designed to grow with you and provided additional servo and ultrasonic sensor connectors for more advanced projects. This buggy requires a Raspberry Pi Pico with pin headers attached, you can obtain a Raspberry Pi Pico with headers attached here.

The kit is supplied with the autonomous robotics platform chassis, 2 wheels and tyres, a Kitronik line-following sensor board, and an ultrasonic sensor. The kit requires no soldering and only minimal mechanical assembly. Fit the tyres to the wheels, push the wheels onto the pre-mounted motors and both the line following sensor and ultrasonic distance sensor plug straight into the board. Once put together, push the Raspberry Pi Pico into the onboard connector, add 4 x Alkaline AA batteries to the battery holders underneath and you are done. Your robot buggy is ready for instruction. 

The included booklet guides you through every step of getting to know your robot. It contains a detailed assembly guide, info on preparing the Raspberry Pi Pico, instructions for installing an editor (Thonny), and instructions on how to write code for every feature of the Robotics Platform. No corner of the board is left unexplained.

As well as the easy to follow getting started guide, we have also produced online tutorials which go into more detail on coding the key features of the board. The links to the tutorials can be found in the resources section at the foot of this page.

To help make programming the robot as simple as possible, Kitronik has developed a set of Micropython modules, which can be found here. More information on this can be found in the booklet supplied with the kit. If you aren't familiar with GIT, we've created an online beginners guide to help you get up to speed. You can find the guide here (


  • A fun and hands-on introduction to buggy robotics.
  • The Robotics Platform has been designed to grow with you, start small then add complexity later.
  • The kit ships with a detailed guide booklet backed up with freely available online tutorials.
  • The autonomous robotics platform introduces the user to light, movement, and sensing so the robot can be as hands-on or hands-off as want it to be.
  • Program your buggy to react to the world around it.
  • Learn to code with MicroPython, using our simple to follow guides and the beginner-friendly Thonny editor.
  • Just add the Raspberry Pi Pico, some alkaline batteries, and some code and watch your buggy come to life!
  • This buggy is not supplied with a Pico, you can obtain a Raspberry Pi Pico here.

What's in the box?

  • 1 x Autonomous robotics buggy chassis PCB.
  • 2 x Kitronik 5 spoke wheels and tyres.
  • 1 x Kitronik line following sensor board.
  • 1 x Ultrasonic Sensor.


  • PCB Length: 126mm.
  • PCB Width: 80mm.
  • Wheel Diameter (with tire): 67.5mm.




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Elecrow Raspberry Pi Pico Advanced Kit with 32 Modules and 32 Projects Lessons excluding Pico (Pico 32 projects kit)

This Raspberry Pi Pico advanced kit is designed for people who already have some electronics knowledge and programming skills and are interested in the Raspberry Pi. If you want to continue to strengthen your thinking, hands-on ability, and innovation ability, the Raspberry Pi pico advanced kit will take you to create different scenarios and explore more applications.

The Raspberry Pi Pico Advanced Kit uses a Pi Pico (not included) based on the official RP2040 chip, 32 sensor modules, 1 smart car kit, and 32 Raspberry Pi Pico projects. With this kit, you can complete several interesting and practical projects.

In the process, the learners' thinking ability and creativity are continuously stimulated. In short, whether you are a student, teacher or hardware enthusiast, let's follow the smart car into a new stage of programming!

Components of a Raspberry Pi Pico

26 Multi-Function GPIO Pins

Example Projects built with this kit

RGB Colorful Light

Through PWM pulse width modulation, the LED light is controlled to light up gradually, and then gradually turn off, so as to form a breathing light effect in a cycle.


Electronic Clock

The hour and minute data of the clock are displayed through the TM1637 4-Bits digital tube, and the clock point is controlled to flash circularly to make an electronic clock.


The first line of LCD1602 scrolls from right to left to display the string of "Hello Pico", simulating the effect of billboard scrolling.

Plant Doctor

Real-time detection of soil humidity. Under normal soil humidity, the green light lights up and the buzzer does not sound; when the soil humidity is too low, the red light lights up and the buzzer sounds.

Obstacle Avoidance Car

Real-time detection of the distance measurement value of the ultrasonic ranging sensor, when the distance value is less than the preset value, the car will be controlled to turn left to avoid obstacles, so as to achieve the effect of the obstacle avoidance car.


  • Suitable for all users, from beginners to advanced programmers.
  • 32 detailed lessons to lead your experiment
  • 32 kinds of sensor modules and the smart cart can also be customized for interesting functions.
  • Raspberry Pi Pico is a lightweight, compact, high-performance microcontroller multifunction board using a dual-core ARM Cortex-M0+ processor
  • More powerful functions

Specifications of the Raspberry Pi Pico

  • 21 mm × 51 mm form factor
  • RP2040 microcontroller chip designed by Raspberry Pi in the UK
  • Dual-core Arm Cortex-M0+ processor, flexible clock running up to 133MHz
  • 264KB on-chip SRAM
  • 2MB on-board QSPI Flash
  • 26 multifunction GPIO pins, including 3 analog inputs
  • 2 × UART, 2 × SPI controllers, 2 × I2C controllers, 16 × PWM channels
  • 1 × USB 1.1 controller and PHY, with host and device support
  • 8 × Programmable I/O (PIO) state machines for custom peripheral support
  • Supported input power 1.8–5.5V DC
  • Operating temperature -20°C to +85°C
  • Castellated module allows soldering directly to carrier boards
  • Support drag-and-drop programming using mass storage over
  • USB(
  • Low-power sleep and dormant modes
  • Accurate on-chip clock
  • Temperature sensor
  • Accelerated integer and floating-point libraries on-chip

What's in the box?

2 x 400 holes Solerless Breadboard
10 x Colorful 5MM LEDS:1pcs each in green,red,blue,yellow and white
1 x RGB module
1 xButton
1 x Sound Sensor
1 x Mini PIR motion sensor
1 x Photoresistor Module
1 x Laser Transmitter
1 x Passive buzzer
1 x Vibration Sensor
1 x Mini magnetic spring module
1 x Soil moisture sensor
1 x Rotary Potentiometer
1 x DC motor with male Dupont Wire + fan blade x 1
1 x 9G servo
1 x Dual-axis XY Joystick Module
1 x RC522 RFID Module
1 x 4 Bits Digital LED Display Module
1 x Traffic Light Display Module
1 x Rotary Encoder Module
1 x 1602 LCD Display Module(Blue)
1 x Temperature & Humidity sensor
1 x Raindrops Module
1 x Flame Sensor
1 x OLED Module
1 x Membrane Switch Keyboard
1 x Smart car Kit
2 x Crash Sensor
2 x Tracking sensor
1 x Ultrasonic Sensor
1 x Infrared remote control
1 x Infrared receiver module
1 x Micro USB Cable(30cm)
1 x 170 holes Solerless Breadboard
1 x 65 Jumper Wire
1 x 20CM Male to Female Dupont Wire
1 x Clear Case
2 x M2.5*30mm Copper Pillar
10 x Phillips Pan Head Screw
10 x M2.5 Nickel Hex nuts
1 x 2 INCH dual-purpose screwdriver
1 x Magnet(Diameter:8mm Thickness:5mm)
1 x DC stepper motor driver board

What you will need...

1 x Rapberry Pi Pico with header


User Tutorial

Get Started with MicroPython on Raspberry Pi Pico

R1,099.90  Inc VAT
UNO R3 Compatible (CH340) Beginner Kit (Uno Starter kit RFID)

Note: This is the beginner kit for Arduino UNO R3 lovers. It comes with everything (except computer) that you need to learn Arduino :)

This kit comes with Arduino UNO compatible board, UNO R3 Compatible with CH340. As most shields and libraries are based on UNO, it is the best board to learn the Arduino ecosystem. It is fully compatible with the original Arduino UNO R3 (except for USB to UART chip - CH340), so all shields, examples, sketches for Arduino UNO R3 is applicable on this board.

Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language. Arduino can be used to develop stand-alone interactive objects or can be connected to software on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, MaxMSP). The open-source IDE can be downloaded for free (currently support Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux).

Now, with this comprehensive beginner kit which includes the famous UNO R3 compatible as the main controller. All the applications and projects you want can be done with this set.

This kit is suitable for:

  • Engineering students: Controller and Electronics are a must-have topic in all engineering courses, Electronics, Mechanical, or even Civil Engineering. This kit is perfect for you to understand the basics of controller, electronics, sensors, actuator, and programming.
  • Teachers: Perfect for student-teacher projects, for example in RBT (Reka Bentuk Teknologi)
  • Electronic enthusiasts: Kickstart your next project utilizing all the components in this kit.
  • Robot Builders: All the sensors and actuators are suitable in robotics.
  • Software Engineers: Arduino will be an excellent platform for establishing interfaces on the computer to receive data from the outside world and for communication applications.

  • Comes with UNO R3 Compatible (CH340) board
  • Pack in a two layers plastic case, suitable for long usage and tidy storage
  • Includes various type of sensors, and actuators (motors, LEDs, buzzer)
  • Perfect for learning Arduino ecosystem, electronics, and programming
  • You only need a computer to get started
  • Power everything from your USB port which is needed for program loading in any case.
What's in the box?

1 x UNO R3 CH340 (Arduino UNO R3 compatible) board
1 x USB Type B Cable, to power and program loading into UNO R3 CH340 board, 40cm length
1 x 30 pcs Jumper Cable Male to Male
1 x 10 ways Dupont Male to Female wire
1 x Large Size Breadboard, 830 holes
1 x Four segments 7 Segment Display
1 x Single 7 Segment Display
1 x 8 x 8 Dot matrix module
1 x Parallel LCD 16 * 2 Character
1 x UNL2003 Driver board
5 x 5mm Red LED
5 x 5mm Green LED
5 x 5mm Yellow LED
1 x 28BJJ Unipolar Stepper Motor
1 x SG90 Servo Motor
1 x 9V Battery Clip Arduino Compatible
5 x 220R Resistor
5 x 10K Resistor
5 x 1K Resistor
1 x 10K potentiometer/variable resistor
1 x Male Header 1 x 40, for solder 2x16 Character LCD
1 x Active Buzzer
1 x Passive Buzzer
4 x Yellow Cap Push Button
1 x LM35 Temperature sensor
1 x Tilt sensor
1 x Flame sensor
1 x Water sensor
2 x 5mm LDR
1 x IR sensor (LED shape)
1 x Infrared Remote Control Receiver
1 x IR Remote (battery CR2025 is included)
1 x 74HC595N IC, Serial to Parallel IC for Output pin expansion
1 x 4 x 4 Key button
1 X RFID RC522 Mifare Module
1 X RFID Mifare keychain
1 X RFID Mifare card
1 x Joystick module
1 x Sound module
1 x Relay module
1 x 9V battery snap to DC Barrel Jack (9V battery is NOT included)
1 x RTC module (coin cell battery is included)
1 x Small SMD parts case


R785.90  Inc VAT
Starter Kit For UNO R3 - Mini Breadboard and compnents (Uno Starter kit BB)

You can learn the basics through building several creative projects.
Starting from the basics of electronics to more complex projects, the kit will help you control the physical world with sensors and actuators.

What's in the box?

1 x Arduino compatible UNO R3 development board
1 x USB A to USB B cable
1 x 400 point breadboard
5 x Red LED
5 x Green LED
5 x Yellow LED
6 x momentary tactile switches with button caps
2 x Photoresistors
1 x 20 pin male to male jumpers
1 x 40 pin male header
10 x 220 ohm resistor
10 x 10k resistor
10 x 100k resistor
10 x 1k resistor
1 x Battery button connector for 9V battery (battery not included)


We found some beginners guides that will help show you what the kit can do and get you started with your own tinkering.

PLEASE NOTE: Not all of the components in the tutorials are available in this kit -
Starter kit for Arduino - Kit for Arduino(user manual).pdf


R289.90  Inc VAT
FN Super Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi Pico WH(included) (FN Pico WH Starter Kit )
The Super Raspberry Pi Pico W Starter Kit is a comprehensive kit that includes LEDs, sensors, motors, remotes, and more. With a simple programming language, it's perfect for beginners and advanced users looking to explore the world of electronics and programming. Get creative and unleash your potential with the Super Raspberry Pi Pico W Starter Kit !


  • 3 tutorials
    • MicroPython
    • C (Compatible with Arduino IDE)
    • Processing (Java))
  • 513-Page Detailed Tutorial - Comes with detailed tutorial including basic electronics knowledge. (Download needed, no paper tutorial.)
  • 177 Items - All parts needed to complete the projects in the tutorial. No soldering required.
  • 87 Projects - Each project has circuit diagrams and verified code with detailed explanations.

What's in the box?


Download tutorials here
R799.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Pico Pathway Kit (CLU PicoH Kit)

You can read more about CoderLevelUp and how they use this kit

This kit contains what you'll need to begin your Raspberry Pi adventure making use of the crafty projects contained in Introduction to Raspberry Pi Pico.

This kit can be used for many mini projects to help get you through that beginner stage. Follow along the detailed guide to starting off in the Raspberry Pi hobby to help support your journey even more.

Use this parts kit to build the following:

  • an LED firefly
  • a reusable party popper
  • a papercraft beating heart
  • a mood indicator
  • a sound machine
  • or a sensory gadget.

What's in the box?

1 x Raspberry Pi Pico H (pre-soldered headers)
1 x USB cable (USB A to micro B Red)
10 x 5mm LEDS (2x red, 2x blue, 2x yellow, 2x green, 2x white)
5 x RGB Diffused LEDs
10 x 100 Ohm resistors
1 x piezo transducer (can be used as a passive buzzer)
2 x PCM mount Potentiometer Finger Adjust Preset 10K
5 x  2 pin tactile push buttons(6x6x5mm)
20 x male to female jumper wires 20cm
20 x female to female jumper wires 20cm


You can find an overview of each of the six activities here.

Activity Description.
Jump to.
LED firefly - In this project, you will use a Raspberry Pi Pico to make an LED firefly that flashes in a particular pattern, just like fireflies in nature, and connect a switch to control the light.
Party popper - Make a reusable party popper that rewards you with a light and sound display when it is pulled.
Beating heart - Make a papercraft beating heart with a pulsing LED and a dial to adjust the heart rate.
Mood indicator - Create a mood check-in device with coloured lights to emote your current mood.
Sound Machine - Create a sound machine that will play sound effects or music using buttons, switches, or a potentiometer.
Sensory gadget - Learn how to make a fidget toy or sensory gadget.
R199.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Pico Basic Kit - with Presoldered header Pico W, power supply and micro USB cable (Pico WH Basic Kit extras)

Visit our blog to get more info on what you can do with your Pico

This is a Raspberry Pi Pico Basic Kit by Cytron for the very first MCU launched by Raspberry Pi Foundation. The kit includes almost everything you need to kickstart your way in digital making and start learning MicroPython with Raspberry Pi Pico !


This kit comes with Raspberry Pi Pico W with presoldered header. 

What's in the box ?

1   x Breadboard 16.5x5.5cm (830 Holes)
1   x Buzzer-PCB Mount
1   x Finger Adjust Preset Potentiometer 10K
2   x LED 5mm Red 
2   x LED 5mm Green
2   x LED 5mm Yellow
2   x LED Super Bright 5mm Blue
2   x PIR Sensor
3   x 6x6x1 Push Button 4Pin
5   x Resistor 0.25W 5% (330R) 
10 x Male to Female Jumper Wire 
20 x Male to Male Jumper Wire 
1 x RPi W Pico WH (with presoldered header)
1 x Official 5V 2.5A USB micro B Power Supply ( to power your deployed project)
1 x Red Official USB Micro B cable (to connect and program your Pico from your PC or Raspberry Pi)

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi Pico (pdf), C/C Development with the Pico and other RP2040-based microcontroller boards.
 - Raspberry Pi Pico Datasheet (pdf), An RP2040-based microcontroller board

 - Pico Python SDK (pdf), A MicroPython Environment for the RP2040 Microcontroller

 - Pico C/C SDK (pdf), Libraries and Tools for C/C Development on the RP2040 Microcontroller

 - RP2040 Datasheet (pdf), A microcontroller by Raspberry Pi

Check out some of the video tutorials that you can learn using this kit:

Traffic Light Controller with Raspberry Pi Pico

Reaction Game using Raspberry Pi Pico

Burglar alarm using Raspberry Pi Pico

Control LED using PWM on Raspberry Pi Pico

R499.90  Inc VAT
Raspberry Pi Pico, MicroPython and GPIO for beginners board kit MODB (MODB V3 kit)

We designed this GPIO PCB to assist you with the MicroPython introduction tutorial found on Raspberry Pi Foundation projects. No soldering required. We will be directing you with links to the different sections of the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s introduction while supplying the code and a few fun projects on our page right here.

At the end of the tutorial we’ll be including some webpage projects for fun. You can find their webpage introduction here and our tutorial here.

We included the following circuits on the board for coding/testing:

1 x RGB
3 x LED
1 x buzzer
1 x button
1 x potentiometer

Learn how to write the code to individually use the above mentioned modules. You'll also learn how to pair some of them up with exciting results. Eg. use the three LEDs to display a bargraph or progress meter indicating the value generated by the potentiometer.

What's in the box?

1 x Raspberry pi Pico W with headers
1 x PiShop's MODB beginners board for Pico and picozero
40 x Female to Female jumper cables
1 x USB A to micro B cable
1 x Double AA battery box with switch (AA batteries not included)

You might also need...

2 x AA batteries  (To deploy your project wirelessly using the battery box)
1 x Official 2.5A Power Supply (To deploy your project using Mains Power)
R374.50  Inc VAT
Ultimate micro:bit V2(included) Starter Kit (FN micro:bit V2 Starter Kit)
The Ultimate Starter Kit for BBC micro:bit V2 is a comprehensive kit that includes LEDs, sensors, motors, keypads, joysticks, and more. With simple programming languages, it's perfect for beginners and advanced users looking to explore the world of electronics and programming. Get creative and unleash your potential with the Ultimate Starter Kit for BBC micro:bit V2!


  • 2 programming languages
    • Blocks: An easy to use graphical programming language, which is suitable for beginners.
    • Python: One of the most popular and easy-to-learn programming languages.
  • 316-page detailed tutorial - Provides step-by-step guide and basic components knowledge. (Download needed, no paper tutorial.)
  • 225 common items - All parts needed to complete the projects in the tutorial. No soldering required.
  • 44 interesting projects - Each project has circuit diagrams and verified code with detailed explanations.

What's in the box?


Download tutorials here
R1,349.90  Inc VAT
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