The APC220 Bluetooth Voice Recognition Module is a multifunctional expansion board for the Arduino R3 Mega2560. It is an open-source platform that can be used with a range of software, including Flash and Processing, to develop interactive projects. The board features a LED indicator, temperature sensor interfaces, a precision adjustable potentiometer, an infrared receiver, a digital display, buttons for experiments, a buzzer for sound experiments, Bluetooth and wireless interfaces, a voice recognition module, a servo interface, and an infrared detection interface. This kit offers a range of capabilities for creating innovative projects and experiments.
Features of APC220 Bluetooth Voice Recognition Module:
-Open-source code base and simple I/O platform
-Compatible with a variety of programming languages and development environments, such as Java, C, Flash, Processing, etc.
-Can be used for development of electronic components such as switches, sensors, LED, stepper motors, and other output devices
-2009 Leonardo 2560 controller for mainstream compatibility
-4-way LED indicator for debugging and monitoring project status
-DS18B20 and LM35 temperature sensor interfaces for temperature measurement experiments
-3296 precision adjustable potentiometer for analog input
-Integrated infrared receiver for infrared remote control experiments
-Four digital tube displays for displaying temperature, voltage, counter values, etc.
-Three separate buttons and a reset button for human-machine interface (HMI) experiments
-Buzzer for alarm and pronunciation experiments
-Bluetooth and wireless interfaces for voice module and voice recognition experiments
-Servo interface for easy servo control
-Infrared detection interface for human traffic statistics and other infrared docking applications.