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Programmable LED Matrix

Programmable LED Matrix

Buzzer

Buzzer

On-board Buttons

On-board Buttons

Bluetooth-enabled

Bluetooth-enabled

User-accessible GPIOs

User-accessible GPIOs

Compatible with open-source electronics

Compatible with open-source electronics

Product Description


An easy to use electronics platform through which children can create fun, intuitive and innovative projects. It consists of an LED Matrix, an on-board buzzer, push buttons and GPIO pins. Want to try something different? Make a piano! Or better yet, your own car racing game using the LED matrix. This board can be programmed with Avishkaar Maker Studio.

Standard 9 volt battery can be used with the Avishkaar Maker Board (not included in package)

Microcontroller

Atmega2560 @16MHz

GPIOs

4 PWM pins, 2 ADC pins,
1 VCC pin, 2 GND, 1 Vin

Communication

Micro USB Port / Bluetooth 2.0
(HC-05)

On-Board Components

5x5 LED Matrix, 4 Push Buttons, Buzzer, Reset Switch, TX & RX LED, Power Indicator LED

Operating Voltage

5V

Input Power Range

7-12 V

Net Weight

60g

Product Dimensions

62 x 88mm
Specification
Avishkaar Maker Board
User Guide
USB-Mini Cable
Placer Nuts & Bolts
Stickers Set
skills

IoT

skills

Sensor Interfacing

skills

Game Designing

skills

Wearable Electronics

skills

App Development

COMPATIBLE SOFTWARE


COMPATIBLE SOFTWARE

software/app
Avishkaar Maker Studio

A GUI based programming software with which you can program the AMB and create anything you can imagine.

software software

The Inventor's Plaything


LEARN AND MAKE WITH Maker Board


Maker Board

chapters  10 Chapters

Avishkaar Maker Board is an easy to use electronics platform that enables you to learn programming & electronics through innovative projects. It is an explorative board for the maker inside you. Powered by an ATmega2560 microcontroller, it has 6 GPIO pins, on-board 5x5 RGB LED Matrix, a buzzer, 4 push buttons and Bluetooth 2.0 for wireless connectivity. It can also be used as a wearable. It can be controlled via apps created through MIT App Inventor. User can also create there own games using the Maker Board. The Maker Board can be easily programmed using Avishkaar Maker Studio.

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Learning Outcomes

  Understand the basics of electronics and programming  Develop logical thinking
  Improves problem solving skills  Boost the creative thinking of students

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