We are currently shipping the fully assembled version of the kit. All the kits are tested before shipping.
Amarino Nano 1.0 is a very simple learning kit for experimenting with Amarino toolkit– a quick prototyping application based on Android. However, you don’t essentially need Amarino toolkit to experiment with this kit.
It works with many other apps made for Android-Arduino communication via Bluetooth. You can also use this as a simple shield for Arduino Nano.
Amarino toolkit is based on:
- Arduino Nano– You need an Arduino Nano for Amarino experiments.
- Amarino toolkit application: Amarino toolkit is an Android application. Read more…
3. Bluetooth communication medium: You will need a Bluetooth adapter module to make communication between Arduino Nano and Amarino toolkit.
What can Amarino Nano 1.0 do:
Like any other Amarino kits (Amarino DIY shield, Amarino evaluation shield), Amarino Nano 1.0 basically facilitates interaction between Arduino and Android via Bluetooth communication medium.
- Control RGB LED: You can control an RGB LED from your Amarino application. In this experiment, you transmit control signals from Android to Arduino. Watch this video. See all the steps.
- Display LDR sensor data on Sensor Graph: You can see light sensor data and a simple graph on your Android phone interface. The sensor data is transmitted from Amarino Nano 1.0 kit to the phone. In this experiment, sensor signals are transmitted from Arduino to Android. Watch this video
- Display temperature sensor data on phone: You can see temperature sensor data (from LM35) on your Amarino application interface. In this experiment too, you transmit temperature sensor signals from Arduino to Android. Watch this video.
- Control 5mm LED : You can control a 5mm white LED present on the kit. You can simultaneously control the LED and see sensor data. In this experiment, you transmit and receive signals from Android to Arduino and vice versa simultaneously. You can see in the experiment no.3.
- Use as Arduino Nano Shield: You can use this kit to experiment with Arduino Nano without using any Android app.
- Test any Android app for Arduino: You can test any Android App made for Android-Arduino communication via Bluetooth. You can find several apps on Google Play.
The DIY kit package contains the following components:
(we are currently shipping the fully assembled version only)
- 1 x RGB LED
- 1 x LDR
- 1 x 5mm LED
- 4 x 220 Ohm resistor
- 1 x 10K Ohm resistor
- 1 x LM35 temperature sensor
- 1 x 1P DIP switch
- 1 x 4 pin female header
- 2 x 15 pin female headers
- 1 x PCB
- 1 x Arduino Nano
- 1 x Bluetooth module