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37 Sensors for Arduino or Raspberry Pi Projects - Unboxing by Circuit Basics [Video]

This video from Circuit Basics shows the unboxing a the SunFounder 37 modules Arduino Sensor Kit for Arduino. This kit provides quite a wealth of sensors (and other components) to use in your Arduino (or Raspberry Pi) projects including sensors for infrared, gas, knock, magnetic, tilt sensors and much more. Watch as he shows off each sensor and gives a bit of information on each.

You can purchase your own kit directly from Amazon.com, too.

Here’s a photo of everything inside.

Sunfounder 37 sensors

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