The Omega2 Collector’s Kit is a great way to get started with Linux, electronics, and IoT development. The Collector’s Kit includes the limited edition Omega2+ Black, the entire collections of Omega2 Docks and Expansions, and an 8GB MicroSD card. All of this comes in a sturdy carrying case.
Supercharge your IoT development and own a piece of Onion history with this Kit!
Jump-start your IoT development with the Omega2 Starter Kit, it includes everything you need to create 8 circuits that will teach you how to control LEDs, read inputs, control and read external sensors and displays, learn Python, and much more.
Step by step instructions for building each circuit with the included parts can be found in the online Starter Kit Guide.
Each Kit includes an Omega2+, an Expansion Dock, and a variety of electronics components that belong in the collection of every student of IoT, all nicely packed up in a stylish plastic carrying case.
Take your IoT development into overdrive with the Omega2 Maker Kit. It includes everything from the Starter Kit and the Relay, Servo, and OLED Expansions, our three most popular expansions!
Build the same circuits as in the Starter Kit AND conduct 8 additional experiments using the Onion Expansions, including how to control servos, use an H-bridge to control a DC motor, write text and images to the OLED display, and control other high-powered circuits with the Relay Expansion.
Step by step instructions for building each circuit and running through each experiment can be found in the online Maker Kit Guide.
Dive into IoT development with the Arduino flavored Omega2 Starter Kit! With the included Arduino Dock 2, you can supercharge your projects by combining the familiar Arduino platform with the power & connectivity of the Omega2.
This kit includes everything you need to build 11 circuits that will teach you how to control LEDs, read digital and analog inputs, read data from a variety of different sensors, and control external components and displays.
Step by step instructions for building each circuit with the included parts will be found in the online Arduino Dock Starter Kit Guide.