Ebotics Build & Code Basic


Explore the Arduino universe

The Build&Code Basic electronics kit for beginners includes a selection of more than 180 electronic components with which you will be able to develop a great quantity of robotics projects from different levels, and get yourself started on the Arduino programming language.

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For advanced users

The Build&Code Basic electronics kit presents a selection of electronic components with which is possible to do basic, intermediate and advanced projects, and take your first steps on the Arduino world.

It’s ideal for both young and adults. It can be used at home and in educational centers that work in the STEAM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics).

Discover all you can do

With the Build&Code Basic kit you can create dozens of projects: a solar alarm clock, a windmill, a music box, a traffic light, an environmental thermometer, a level meter, a battery tester, your own version of the “Simon says” game and much more.

Access to the Build&Code Basic activities specially designed to get you started on the Arduino programming language, and discover all you can do by controlling the electronic components included.


Take your first steps into the Arduino world

Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Is the most used technology to develop interactive and domotics projects.

The electronics kit Build&Code Basic is specifically designed to those who want to get introduced into the Arduino programming language.

Compatible with Arduino and different visual programming software by blocks

The Build&Code Basic electronics kit for beginners works with the Build&Code UNO board, which is completely compatible with Arduino and different visual programming software by blocks derived from the Scratch program. You will be able to download any project created with these platforms and use it with the Build&Code Basic kit.

Infinite free online resources

The Build&Code UNO board is open source, so you will be able to find a great quantity of free online manuals and exercises to make the most of the electric components included in the kit. Also, you will be able to consult the online Arduino communities to solve your doubts.

Technical Specifications

  • Build&Code UNO board (Microcontroller ATmega328P)
  • Operating Voltage: 5V
  • Input Voltage (recommended): 7-12V
  • Input Voltage (limit): 6-20V
  • 14 Digital I/O Pins (of which 6 provide PWM output)
  • 6 PWM Digital I/O Pins
  • 6 Analog Input Pins
  • DC Current per I/O Pin: 20 Ma
  • DC Current for 3.3V Pin: 50 Ma
  • Clock Speed: 16 MHz
  • Size: 68 x 53 mm
  • Weight: 25 g
  • Programmable with Arduino IDE and different visual programming software by blocks derived from the Scratch program
  • Compatible with Mac, Windows and Linux

Box content

  • 1 Build&Code UNO
  • 1 Gyroscope sensor
  • 1 Buzzer
  • 1 Micro Servomotor
  • 1 830 points breadboard solderless
  • 1 DC motor
  • 40 Wire 20cm 1p-1p Male-Male
  • 1 L293D Motor chip
  • 1 1602 LCD Module
  • 6 Photo resistor
  • 1 Analog temperature sensor
  • 1 battery 9-volt snap
  • 1 Platform for Build&Code UNO R3
  • 5 Transistor BC547
  • 2 Mosfet transistors IRF520
  • 3 Potentiometer 10kilohm
  • 10 Pushbuttons
  • 1 RGB LED
  • 1 LEDs White
  • 8 LEDs Green
  • 8 LEDs Red
  • 8 LEDs Yellow
  • 3 LEDs Blue
  • 5 Diodes 1N4007
  • 20 Resistors 220 ohm
  • 5 Resistors 560 ohm
  • 5 Resistors 1 kilohm
  • 5 Resistors 4,7kilohm
  • 20 Resistors 10 kilohm
  • 5 Resistors 1 megohm
  • 5 Resistors 10 megohm
  • 5 Capacitors 100uF
  • 5 Capacitors 100 nF
  • 5 Capacitors 100 pF
  • 2 Opto-coupler 4N35
  • 1 USB Type A-USB Type B cable

Build & Code Basic first steps

Build & Code manual