Innovative Set for teaching kids robotics from 6 years old

The robotics set was developed with the joint participation of specialists from Singapore, Cyprus, Russia, Kazakhstan, and China, specifically for teaching robotics disciplines
R:ED exceeds similar robotics sets of other brands in all parameters.
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Robotics is a modern popular direction for the development of children aged 6+ y.o.

Robotics classes are not only about designing, but also about developing engineering
thinking, creativity, and the ability to work in a team.
What is


robotics?

Classes on the R:ED robotics set develo

Logic

Connecting the pieces and following the instructions help to develop and form logical thinking

Thinking

Structural design and robot programming teach children to think like engineers.

Creativity

Working with robotics develops a child's ability to create and build novel designs, generating their ideas and implementing them.

Attentiveness

A child should take many small decisions when building the project,
what encourages attentiveness and judiciousness to achieve the best results.

Understanding exact sciences

The child will be technically savvy and able to enter a technical university or learn programming.

Application of school knowledge

Children get the opportunity to put their academic knowledge of math and physics into practice.

Robotics set R:ED has everything necessary for a child to unlock his/her potential

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Moreover, R:ED exceeds similar robotics sets of other brands in all parameters
1 powerful controller
with 16 ports
5 programming environments
A complete set of 500+ pieces
8 sensors of various types
16 ports to connect external devices
An infinite number of assemblable robots
The child will have a personal account, with video tutorials on robotics and assembly instructions

Robotic set R:ED is ideal for

Home schooling of a child
Supplementary education at school
Robotic clubs
Participation in robotic competitions

What is the way to program R:ED?

R:ED is programmed either graphically or textually
R:ED programming is available on Scratch or Arduino IDE (in Python, Javascript, C ++), which allows selecting between graphical programming (icon blocks) and writing a code in a programming environment.

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R:ED Controller x 1
Supply voltage: 5 V
Input power: 7-9 V (recommended)
Number of digital pins: 7
Number of analog pins: 7
DC Motor Control Ports: 2
Maximum digital output current: 40 mA
Flash memory: 32 KB
RAM: 2 KB-EEPROM 1 KB
Frequency: 16 MHz
Additional options
Software
Pressure sensors x 2
Infrared sensors x 3
Direct-current motors x 2
Servomotors x 2
Ultrasonic sensor x 1
Sound sensor x 1
RGB LED x 1
Piezoelectric speaker x 1
Tilt sensor x 1
MiniUSB cable x 1
Connectors x 475
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Robotics set R:ED ONE

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Robotics set R:ED PRO

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Device set R:ED PLUS MAX
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R:ED PRO Robotic Set 247 $
The R:ED PRO Robotic Set, based on the latest pedagogical techniques and the newest trends in robotics, is intended for children age 6+. Its R:ED CODE software is Scratch-based.

Description

The kit comprises all parts necessary to study robotics, viz. ONE controller, 2 pressure sensors, 3 infrared sensors, 2 direct current motors, 2 servomotors, an ultrasound sensor, a sound sensor, an RGB LED, a buzzer, a tilt sensor, 40 jumper wires, a mini USB cable and 475 plastic connecting elements to assemble models.

Supported software for R: ED PRO Programmable Robotic Set R:ED CODE

This is a visual event-driven programming environment for children and teenagers. The platform software is based on Scratch and contains a library of functions represented as icons that can be dragged and dropped with a mouse to make flowcharts and write simple or complex programs. All programs can easily be edited with a mouse, window properties or in the text editor working in parallel.

Arduino-ide

This is an integrated development environment for Windows, MacOS and Linux developed in C and C++ and intended to create and upload programs to Arduino-compatible boards, as well as boards by other manufacturers. The source code for the environment was released under the GNU General Public Licence. It supports C and C++ with use of special code structuring rules. Arduino IDE contains a software library from Wiring, which provides numerous common input/output procedures. A user-written code needs only two basic functions to start a thumbnail and the mainloop, which are compiled and linked to the program stub into an executable cyclic program with a GNU toolchain also included in the IDE distribution kit. The Arduino IDE employs AVRDude to convert the executable code into a hexadecimal text file to be uploaded to Arduino board by an uploader program in the embedded software of the board.


System requirements

The package software can work in Microsoft Windows XP, VISTA, 7, 8 and 10. The minimum requirements to the PC are USB connection, 1 GB of RAM, 400 MB of free space on the hard drive, resolution of 1024х768, a connection to the Internet.


Engineering specification

Controller:
-Power voltage: 5 V
-Input power: 7-9 V (recommended)
-Number of digital pins: 7
-Number of analog pins: 7
-A direct-current motor control port: 2
-Maximum digital output current: 20 mA
-Flash memory: 32 KB
-RAM: 2 KB
-EEPROM: 1 KB
-Frequency: 16 MHz
-A controller on/off button on the board
-Power source: 2 protected Li-on accumulators of 3.7 V 14500 (included).

Pressure sensor:
-Dimensions: 11 x 22 mm
-Power voltage: 3.3 ~ 5 V DC
-The output is of a digital level (a logical unit when pressing)
-Weight: 4 g

Infrared sensor:
-Model: YL-63 (or FC-51)
-Power voltage: 3.3-5 V
-Sensor type: D (diffuse)
-Comparator: LM393
-Obstacle detection distance: 2 – 30 cm
-Effective obstacle detection angle: 35°
-Sensitivity shift potentiometer
-Triggering LED
-Power LED
-Dimensions: 43 x 16 x 7 mm
-Weight: 2.7 g

Direct current motor:
-Type: geared motor
-Colour: red
-Working voltage: 3.3 V ~ 6 V
-Rated voltage: 4.8 V
-Rated current: 200 mA
-Withstand current: 700 mA
-Slip current: 450 mA
-Maximum torque: 500 g-cm
-Maximum speed: 70 rev./min. (3 V)
-Weight: 10 g

Servo motor:
-Type: servo drive
-Colour: grey
-Working voltage: 3.3 V ~ 6 V
-Rated voltage: 4.8 V
-Rated current: 200 mA
-Withstand current: 700 mA
-Slip current: 450 mA
-Angle: (from -90° to +90°)
-Weight: 12 g

Ultrasound sensor:
-Power voltage: +5 V
-Minimum current: < 2 mA
-Rated current: 15 mA
-Range of measurements: from 2 cm to 400 cm (1 - 13 inches).
-Measurement angle: 30°
-Trigger impulse duration: 10 ms
-Dimensions: 45 mm x 20 mm x 15 mm.
-Weight: 8.7 g

Sound sensor:
- Power voltage: +3.3 V ~ +5.5V
- Current consumption: 1.4 mA
- Interface or signal output type: digital signal
- Connected directly to the microcontroller
- Working temperature: from 0°C to +70°C
- Dimensions: 47 x 18.5 x 10 mm
- Weight: 3.3 g

RGB LED:
-Direct current: 20 mA
-DC voltage for R input: 1.8 V
-DC voltage for G input: 2.8 V
-DC voltage for B input: 2.8 V
-Working temperatures: from -25 to +85

Buzzer:
-Rated frequency: 4 kHz
-Intensity: 80 dB
-Rated working voltage: 3.3 V – 5 V
-Weight: 4 g

Tilt sensor:
-Application of a SW-520D highly sensitive angular switch as a sensor
-Current consumption: 15 mA
-Working voltage: from 3.3 V to 5 V
-Output format: Digital output (0 and 1)
-A fixed bolt hole for easy mounting
-A small size of the printed circuit board: 3.2 cm x 1.4 cm
-Application of a commonly available LM393 voltage comparator
-Weight: 3 g

Mini USB cable:
-Length: 30 cm
-Weight: 14.7 g
-Jumper wires
-Length: 20 cm
-Weight: 28 g
-Number: 40
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R:ED ONE Robotic Set 166 $
R:ED ONE is a robotic programmable kit for children of 6+ with its own R:ED CODE software based on Scratch and a possibility of programming in Arduino IDE as well as in Python, Javascript and C ++.

Description

The kit consists of devices and parts necessary to study robotics, viz. ONE controller, 2 pressure sensors, 2 infrared sensors, a servomotor, 2 direct current motors, a buzzer, a mini USB cable 40 jumper wires and 475 plastic connecting elements to assemble models.
Instructions on assembly of the first robot are included with the kit.

Supported software for R: ED ONE Programmable Robotic Set

R:ED CODE
This is a visual event-driven programming environment for children and teenagers. The platform software is based on Scratch and contains a library of functions represented as icons that can be dragged and dropped with a mouse to make flowcharts and write simple or complex programs. All programs can easily be edited with a mouse, window properties or in the text editor working in parallel.

Arduino-ide
This is an integrated development environment for Windows, MacOS and Linux developed in C and C++ and intended to create and upload programs to Arduino-compatible boards, as well as boards by other manufacturers. The source code for the environment was released under the GNU General Public Licence. It supports C and C++ with use of special code structuring rules. Arduino IDE contains a software library from Wiring, which provides numerous common input/output procedures. A user-written code needs only two basic functions to start a thumbnail and the mainloop, which are compiled and linked to the program stub into an executable cyclic program with a GNU toolchain also included in the IDE distribution kit. The Arduino IDE employs AVRDude to convert the executable code into a hexadecimal text file to be uploaded to Arduino board by an uploader program in the embedded software of the board.

System Requirements

The package software can work in Microsoft Windows XP, VISTA, 7, 8 and 10. The minimum requirements to the PC are USB connection, 1 GB of RAM, 400 MB of free space on the hard drive, resolution of 1024х768, a connection to the Internet.

Engineering specification:

Controller:
-Power voltage: 5 V
-Input power: 7-9 V (recommended)
-Number of digital pins: 7
-Number of analog pins: 7
-A direct-current motor control port: 2
-Maximum digital output current: 20 mA
-Flash memory: 32 KB
-RAM: 2 KB
-EEPROM: 1 KB
-Frequency: 16 MHz
-A controller on/off button on the board.
-Power source: 2 protected Li-on accumulators of 3.7 V 14500 (included).
-All cables necessary to connect peripheral devices to the controller and the PC are include

Pressure sensor:
-Dimensions: 11 x 22 mm
-Power voltage: 3.3 ~ 5 V DC
-The output is of a digital level (a logical unit when pressing)
-Weight: 4 g

Infrared sensor:
-Model: YL-63 (or FC-51)
-Power voltage: 3.3-5 V
-Sensor type: D (diffuse)
-Comparator: LM393
-Obstacle detection distance: 2 – 30 cm
-Effective obstacle detection angle: 35°
-Sensitivity shift potentiometer
-Power LED
-Triggering LED
-Dimensions: 43 x 16 x 7 mm
-Weight: 2.7 g

Servo motor:
-Type: servo drive
-Colour: grey
-Working voltage: 3.3 V ~ 6 V
-Rated voltage: 4.8 V
-Rated current: 200 mA
-Withstand current: 700 mA
-Slip current: 450 mA
-Angle: (from -90° to +90°)
-Weight: 12 g

Direct current motor:
-Type: geared motor
-Colour: red
-Working voltage: 3.3 V ~ 6 V
-Rated voltage: 4.8 V
-Rated current: 200 mA
-Withstand current: 700 mA
-Slip current: 450 mA
-Maximum torque: 500 g-cm
-Maximum speed: 70 rev./min. (3 V)
-Weight: 10 g

Buzzer:
-Rated frequency: 4 kHz
-Intensity: 80 dB
-Rated working voltage: 3.3 V – 5 V
-Weight: 4 g

Mini USB cable:
-Length: 30 cm
-Weight: 14.7 g


Jumper wires:
-Length: 20 cm
-Weight: 28 g
-Number: 40
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R:ED PLUS MAX device set 96 $
R:ED PLUS is a set of devices that upgrade R:ED ONE to R:ED PRO by completing with sensors and a servomotor.

Description

R:ED PLUS includes all necessary devices that upgrade R:ED ONE to R:ED PRO, viz. an ultrasonic sensor, a tilt sensor, a sound sensor, an infrared sensor, an RGB LED and a servo motor.

Engineering specification

Infrared sensor:
- Model: YL-63 (or FC-51)
- Power voltage: 3.3-5 V
- Sensor type: D (diffuse)
- Comparator: LM393
- Obstacle detection distance: 2 – 30 cm
- Effective obstacle detection angle: 35°
- Sensitivity shift potentiometer
- Triggering LED
- Power LED
- Dimensions: 43 x 16 x 7 mm
- Weight: 2.7 g

Servo motor:
- Type: servo drive
- Colour: grey
- Working voltage: 3.3 V ~ 6 V
- Rated voltage: 4.8 V
- Rated current: 200 mA
- Withstand current: 700 mA
- Slip current: 450 mA
- Angle: from -90° to +90°
- Weight: 12 g

Ultrasound sensor:
- Power voltage: +5 V
- Minimum current: < 2 mA
- Rated current: 15 mA
- Range of measurements: from 2 cm to 400 cm (1 - 13 inches).
- Measurement angle: 30°
- Trigger impulse duration: 10 ms
- Dimensions: 45 mm x 20 mm x 15 mm.
- Weight: 8.7 g

Sound sensor:
- Power voltage: +3.3 V ~ +5.5 V
- Current consumption: 1.4 mA
- Interface or signal output type: digital signal
- Connected directly to the microcontroller
- Working temperature: from 0°C to +70°C
- Dimensions: 47 x 18.5 x 10 mm
- Weight: 3.3 g

RGB LED:
- Direct current: 20 mA
- DC voltage for R input: 1.8 V
- DC voltage for G input: 2.8 V
- DC voltage for B input: 2.8 V
- Working temperatures: from -25 to +85

Tilt sensor:
- Application of a SW-520D highly sensitive angular switch as a sensor
- Current consumption: 15 mA
- Working voltage: from 3.3 V to 5 V
- Output format: Digital output (0 and 1)
- A fixed bolt hole for easy mounting
- A small size of the printed circuit board: 3.2 cm x 1.4 cm
- Application of a commonly available LM393 voltage comparator
- Weight: 3 g
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R:ED SENSORS set 82 $
A set of R:ED SENSORS is to upgrade R:ED programmable robotic sets.

Description

A R:ED SENSORS set includes an ultrasound sensor, a colour sensor, 2 pressure sensors, an RGB LED, a tilt sensor, 3 infrared sensors, a buzzer and a sound sensor.

Engineering specification

Ultrasound sensor:

- Power voltage: +5 V
- Minimum current: < 2 mA
- Rated current: 15 mA
- Range of measurements: from 2 cm to 400 cm (1 - 13 inches).
- Measurement angle: 30°
- Trigger impulse duration: 10 ms
- Dimensions: 45 mm x 20 mm x 15 mm
- Weight: 8.7 g

Colour sensor:
- Power voltage: 2,7-5.5 V
- Output frequency scaling (2 %, 20 %, 100 %)
- A possibility to select a colour filter
- Output frequency error: ≤ 0.2%
- Weight: 9 g

Pressure sensor:
- Dimensions: 11 x 22 mm
- Power voltage: 3.3 ~ 5 V DC
- The output is of a digital level (a logical unit when pressing)
- Weight: 4 g

RGB LED:
- Direct current: 20 mA
- DC voltage for R input: 1.8 V
- DC voltage for G input: 2.8 V
- DC voltage for B input: 2.8 V
- Working temperatures: from -25 to +85

Tilt sensor:
- Application of a SW-520D highly sensitive angular switch as a sensor
- Current consumption: 15 mA
- Working voltage: from 3.3 V to 5 V
- Output format: Digital output (0 and 1)
- A fixed bolt hole for easy mounting
- A small size of the printed circuit board: 3.2 cm x 1.4 cm
- Application of a commonly available LM393 voltage comparator
- Weight: 3 g

Infrared sensor:
- Model: YL-63 (or FC-51)
- Power voltage: 3.3-5 V
- Sensor type: D (diffuse)
- Comparator: LM393
- Obstacle detection distance: 2 – 30 cm
- Effective obstacle detection angle: 35°
- Sensitivity shift potentiometer
- Triggering LED
- Power LED
- Dimensions: 43 x 16 x 7 mm
- Weight: 2.7 g

Buzzer:
- Rated frequency: 4 kHz
- Intensity: 80 dB
- Rated working voltage: 3.3 V – 5 V
- Weight: 4 g

Sound sensor:
- Power voltage: +3.3 V ~ +5.5
- Current consumption: 1.4 mA
- Interface or signal output type: digital signal
- Connected directly to the microcontroller
- Working temperature: from 0°C to +70°C
- Dimensions: 47 x 18.5 x 10 mm
- Weight: 3.3 g
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ONE controller 99 $
ONE controller is a multifunction board intended to control and interact with 16 external devices.

Description

ONE controller is a multi-function device based on Atmega 328p microcontroller. The device has 7 digital ports, 7 analog ports and 2 ports intended to control direct current motors. The controller supports connection of 16 peripheral devices. The controller has a button to manage power supply of the board. The board has LED displays intended to indicate operation of the controller and one programmable LED. The enclosed controller is compatible with Arduino devices and plastic parts of Lego Technic. The controller is programmed through a mini-USB port.

Controller specifications:
- Power voltage: 5 V
- Input power: 7-9 V (recommended)
- Number of digital pins: 7
- Number of analog pins: 7
- A DC motor control port: 2
- Maximum digital output current: 40 mA
- Flash memory: 32 KB
- RAM: 2 KB
- EEPROM: 1 KB
- Frequency: 16 MHz
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PLASTIC SET 59 $
A set of plastic parts has 475 elements of different function, enabling creation of an unlimited number of models.

Description

PLASTIC SET is a resource kit of plastic parts extending any programmable robotic set of the R:ED line.
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Servomotor 12 $
A servomotor can turn its shaft to an angle ranging from -90° to +90°.

Description

A servo drive is a kind of drive that can precisely control movement parameters. In other words, it is a motor that can turn its shaft to a certain angle.

Engineering specification
- Type: servo drive
- Colour: grey
- Working voltage: 3.3 V ~ 6 V
- Rated voltage: 4.8 V
- Rated current: 200 mA
- Withstand current: 700 mA
- Slip current: 450 mA
- Angle: from -90° to +90°
- Weight: 12 g
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Direct current motor 12 $
A direct current motor sets the robot in motion.

Description

To set a robot in motion, developers usually apply geared motors. Small as they are, geared motors can provide sufficient pulling force to make an overt movement.

Engineering specification:
- Type: geared motor
- Colour: red
- Working voltage: 3.3 V ~ 6 V
- Rated voltage: 4.8 V
- Rated current: 200 mA
- Withstand current: 700 mA
- Slip current: 450 mA
- Maximum torque: 500 g-cm
- Maximum speed: 70 rev./min. (3 V)
- Weight: 10 g
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Ultrasound sensor 12 $
An ultrasound distance sensor is used to determine the distance to an object.

Description

An ultrasound distance sensor HC-SR04 employs accoustic emission to determine the distance to an object. This non-contact sensor provides high accuracy and stability of measurements. The range of measurements is from 2 cm to 400 cm. Sensor readings are not practically affected by solar radiation and electromagnetic noise. The module on sale is completed with a transmitter and a receiver.

Engineering specification

- Power voltage: +5 V
- Minimum current: < 2 mA
- Rated current: 15 mA
- Range of measurements: from 2 cm to 400 cm (1 - 13 inches)
- Measurement angle: 30°
- Trigger impulse duration: 10 ms
- Dimensions: 45 mm x 20 mm x 15 mm
- Weight: 8.7g
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Tilt sensor 8 $
A tilt sensor is used to determine the tilting of an object.

Description

SW-520D tilt sensor is a commonly available roller-type tilt sensor consisting of two conducting elements / poles and a conducting free mass / rolling sphere encapsulated in the same case.

Engineering specification
- Application of a SW-520D highly sensitive angular switch as a sensor
- Current consumption: 15 mA
- Working voltage: from 3.3 V to 5 V
- Output format: Digital output (0 and 1)
- A fixed bolt hole for easy mounting
- A small size of the printed circuit board: 3.2 cm x 1.4 cm
- Application of a commonly available LM393 voltage comparator
- Weight: 3 g
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Sound sensor 8 $
A sound sensor uses a microphone to detect a sound that exceeds the target level.


Description

LM393 sensor uses a microphone to detect a sound / noise that exceeds the target level; for example, to detect the motor power-up time, crying of a child and other sources of sound. The noise level is measured through fine adjustment of a potentiometer on the module. In addition, the module has an LED that flashes on when detecting a sound. There is also another LED indicating power supply.

Engineering specification
- Power voltage: +3.3 V ~ +5.5 V
- Current consumption: 1.4 mA
- Interface or signal output type: digital signal
- Connected directly to the microcontroller
- Working temperature: from 0°C to +70°C
- Dimensions: 47 x 18.5 x 10 mm
- Weight: 3.3 g
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Pressure sensor 8 $
A pressure sensor gives a signal to the controller when pressing the button.

Description

A button or a push-button switch is the simplest and most common of all sensors. Pressing the button gives a signal to the controller to invoke actions, viz. flash LEDs, sound a piezoelectric buzzer, put motors into operation.

Engineering specification
- Dimensions: 11 x 22 mm
- Power voltage: 3.3 ~ 5 V DC
- The output is of a digital level (a logical unit when pressing)
- Weight: 4 g
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Colour sensor 17 $
The colour sensor differentiates between 5 colours, viz. red, blue, green, black and white.

Description

TCS230 colour sensor located in the centre of the board consists of photo diodes of four types, viz. 16 red-filter photo diodes, 16 green-filter photo diodes, 16 blue-filter photo diodes and 16 photo diodes without a light filter. A sample of one of the three colours, viz. red, green or blue, is set to the sensor. The sample is lit with on-board LEDs mounted around the sensor. The sensor has a current-to-frequency converter that transforms the photo diode parameters into a square wave with a frequency proportional to light intensity of the selected colour.

Engineering specification
- Power voltage: 2,7-5.5 V
- output frequency scaling: 2%, 20%, 100%
- a possibility to select a colour filter
- output frequency error: ≤ 0.2%
- Weight: 9 g
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Infrared sensor 8 $
An infrared obstacle sensor can detect an object at a distance and differentiate between black and white colour.

Description

A YL-63 / FC-51 digital infrared obstacle avoidance sensor is used to detect an object in the cases when the exact distance is not important, and differentiate between black and white colour. The sensor consists of an infrared emitter and a photo receiver.

Engineering specification
- Model: YL-63 or FC-51
- Power voltage: 3.3-5 V
- Sensor type: D (diffuse)
- Comparator: LM393
- Obstacle detection distance: 2 – 30 cm
- Effective obstacle detection angle: 35°
- Sensitivity shift potentiometer
- Power LED
- Triggering LED
- Dimensions: 43 x 16 x 7 mm
- Weight: 2.7 g
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Buzzer 8 $
A buzzer is used to notify with sound.

Description

A buzzer is used to add sound to devices and systems. A piezoelectric sensor transforms a one-bit command into sound.

Engineering specification
- Rated frequency: 4 kHz
- Intensity: 80 dB
- Rated working voltage: 3.3 V – 5 V
- Weight: 4 g
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RGB LED 8 $
Unlike conventional, an RGB LED has 3 small R, G, B crystals able to synthesise any colour or a shade.

Description

The KY-009 LED RGB module is fabricated on a printed circuit board equipped with a 3-colored SMD 5050 RGB LEDs and having 3 inputs for control and selection of the LED colour (red, green and blue).

Engineering specification
- Direct current: 20 mA
- DC voltage for R input: 1.8 V
- DC voltage for G input: 2.8 V
- DC voltage for B input: 2.8 V
- Working temperatures: from -25 to +85
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Frequently Asked Questions
What makes R:ED different from similar products?
First, the ONE controller from the line of R:ED robotics sets has 16 ports, which can handle 2 motors and 14 sensors simultaneously. This enables multifunction robot designs that can be sensitive to sound and light, able to go around obstacles, and perform other functions at the same time. Second, the kit can be programmed in 5 programming languages, where other products can only use 1 or 2. Third, R:ED is made in Russia, which accounts for a significantly lower price than other functionally comparable kits.
What about the warranty for R:ED Robotics set?
We provide a 1-year warranty for the main components of the robotics set, including sensors, motors and the controller.
What age is R:ED Robotics set for?
R:ED is a universal robotics set. The robotics set can be programmed in Scratch, a visual block-based programming language targeted at children 8-16. Older robotics fans can program their robots in Python, Java, or C++.
Are there any instructions and assemblies for the R:ED set?
When buying a R:ED set, everyone gets a gift of 5 recorded video tutorials on the basics of robotics. Lessons are always available in your personal account on the website. Also, each R:ED set has full and detailed instruction with the assemblies of 4 different robots.
Where is R:ED robotic set delivered?
The robotic set can be delivered to any Boxberry pick-up point. At the moment, we deliver to 520 cities of Russia. Details of the cities delivered to can be found on the mail-service website.
What makes R:ED different from similar products?
First, the ONE controller from the line of R:ED robotic sets has 16 ports, which can handle 2 motors and 14 sensors simultaneously. This enables multifunction robot designs that can be sensitive to sound and light, able to go around obstacles, and perform other functions at the same time. Second, the kit can be programmed in 5 programming languages, where other products can only use 1 or 2. Third, R:ED is made in Russia, which accounts for a significantly lower price than other functionally comparable kits.
What about the warranty for R:ED robotic set?
We provide a 1-year warranty for the main components of the robotic set, including sensors, motors and the controller.
What age is R:ED robotic set for?
R:ED is a universal robotic set. The robotic set can be programmed in Scratch, a visual block-based programming language targeted at children 8-16. Older robotics fans can program their robots in Python, Java, or C++.
Are there instructions for R:ED robotic set assemblies?
Everyone who purchases an robotic set receives 5 video lessons of basic robotics as a gift. The lessons will be available in your personal account on the website. In addition, every erector has detailed instructions for assemblies of 4 different robots.
Where is R:ED robotic set delivered?
The robotic set can be delivered to any Boxberry pick-up point. At the moment, we deliver to 520 cities of Russia. Details of the cities delivered to can be found on the mail-service website.
What makes R:ED different from similar products?
First, the ONE controller from the line of R:ED robotic set has 16 ports, which can handle 2 motors and 14 sensors simultaneously. This enables multifunction robot designs that can be sensitive to sound and light, able to go around obstacles, and perform other functions at the same time. Second, the robotics set can be programmed in 5 programming languages, where other products can only use 1 or 2. Third, R:ED is made in Russia, which accounts for a significantly lower price than other functionally comparable robotic sets.
What about the warranty for R: ED robotics set?
We provide a 1-year warranty for the main components of the robotics set, including sensors, motors and the controller.
What age is R: ED robotics set for?
R:ED is a universal robotics set. The robotics set can be programmed in Scratch, a visual block-based programming language targeted at children 8-16. Older robotics fans can program their robots in Python, Java, or C++.
Are there any instructions and assemblies for the R:ED set?
When buying a R:ED set, everyone gets a gift of 5 recorded video tutorials on the basics of robotics. Lessons are always available in your personal account on the website. Also, each R:ED set has full and detailed instruction with the assemblies of 4 different robots.
Where is R: ED robotic set delivered?
The robotic set can be delivered to any Boxberry pick-up point. At the moment, we deliver to 520 cities of Russia. Details of the cities delivered to can be found on the mail-service website.
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