Arduino Offers Creative Solutions for DIY Makers Around the World

Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on a flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software development platform. Arduino boards are intended for students, designers, artists and hobbyists interested in creating interactive objects for the world around them.

Arduino Training

Arduino Ethernet Rev3 WITHOUT PoE


Arduino Starter kit

$124.12   $70.62

Arduino Uno R3


Arduino Uno SMD Rev3


Arduino Leonardo with Headers


Arduino Leonardo without Headers


Arduino Micro


Arduino Micro without headers


Arduino Nano


Arduino Mega2560 Rev3


Arduino DUE


Arduino YUN mini


Arduino ISP

$14.65   $11.77

PoE module 5V

$15.54   $12.04

Arduino Motor Shield Rev3


Arduino GSM Shield 2 (antenna connector)

$100.98   $64.19

Arduino Proto Shield Rev3 (PCB)


Tinkerkit Dmx Master Shield

$31.07   $24.08

Tinkerkit DMX Receiver - Relay


TinkerKit Gyroscope 2 Axis sensitivity 4X

$21.88   $17.25

TinkerKit Hall Sensor module

$8.93   $6.82

TinkerKit Linear Potentiometer module

$7.64   $6.01

TinkerKit Red Led [10mm] module

$5.05   $4.01

TinkerKit Sensor Shield V.2

$14.08   $11.93

TinkerKit Tilt Sensor module

$5.05   $4.01

TinkerKit Vertical Rotary Pot

$5.05   $4.01

Toolkit Wires [100cm] module


14.5mm Strip 10 ways 2 pcs


14.5mm Strip 6 ways 2 pcs


Analog 180 Degree Micro Servo

$8.39   $6.17

PoE module 12V


Small DC motor


USB 2 Serial Converter

$14.23   $11.69

USB/serial converter WITHOUT headers

$15.54   $12.04

USB cable type A/B

$2.95   $1.84

Arduino products engage students while motivating them to design and experiment creating interactive objects. Students will learn to create simple circuits and engineer solutions for the environment around them. Arduino boards can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators. The microcontroller on the Arduino board is programmed using the Arduino programming language (based on Wiring) and the Arduino development environment (based on Processing). Arduino projects can be stand-alone or they can communicate with software running on a computer.