Every SparkFun LED Project Kit comes with an online Projects Guide. This guide, accessible under the Documents tab, provides step-by-step instructions for connecting each circuit with the included components. It comes complete with full example code that is thoroughly explained, and even offers troubleshooting tips for any potential issues.
This kit is designed with beginners in mind, suitable for ages 10 and up. It requires no soldering, making it a safe and accessible way to explore electronics. The SparkFun LED Project Kit is an affordable option for anyone looking to experiment with advanced electronics in a fun and engaging manner.
The SparkFun LED Project Kit follows the same project tutorial as the SparkFun Tinker Kit, covering projects one through seven. It is a more streamlined version of the Tinker Kit, focusing on LED projects without the inclusion of motor driving and temperature sensing elements.
The SparkFun LED Project Kit includes a SparkFun RedBoard Qwiic, an assortment of 20 LEDs, an RGB Diffused Common Cathode LED, a self-adhesive white breadboard, a RedBoard and breadboard holder, a pack of multicolour buttons, 20 pack resistors of 330 Ohm and 10K Ohm, connected jumper wires, a 6-foot USB micro-B cable, a 10K Ohm trimpot with knob, a SparkFun mini screwdriver, a mini photocell, and a PC mount mini speaker.
The SparkFun LED Project Guide can be found under the Documents section, providing a comprehensive guide to making the most of your SparkFun LED Project Kit.