Ardusat Space Board
The Space Board has 9 sensors that provide 20 readings. Use one or more of these sensors at the same time for your experiments: Luminosity, Temperature, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Ultra Violet Light, Infrared, RGB Light. All the sensors are easily connected to your microcontroller’s standard I2C 4 wires. The Ardusat Space Board is the same design flown in space on CubeSat Satellites.ADD TO CART
Space Kit Expansion Collection
Unleash your experiments with our Space Kit Expansion Collection. Save some money when you buy all the expansions (Wireless + Logging + Rechargeable Battery).
- MicroSD card breakout board
- Real time clock breakout board kit
- 4 GB Flash memory card and USB and SD card adapters
- 9V battery clip with 5.5mm/2.1mm plug * battery not included
- PowerBoost 1000 Charger – Rechargeable 5V Lipo USB Boost
- Mini USB Cable
- Lithium Ion Battery Pack – 3.7V 4400mAh
- 1 Wireless RF XBee S1 Pro
- 1 Wireless RF XBee S1
- XBee Explorer Regulated
- XBee Explorer USB
Space Kit – Breakout Sensors
The Ardusat Space Kit is a great way to get started with basic Arduino programming and learn about the sensors sent into orbit on Spire CubeSats.
The Space Kit includes:
- Arduino Uno
- Luminosity Sensor
- Temperature Sensor
- Ultra Violet Light Sensor
- Infrared Thermopile
- USB Cable
- Jumper Wire
We have classrooms all over the world that are using Ardusat to enhance their STEM programs. As a part of your Classroom Launch Pack purchase, you’ll receive access to professional development webinars where best practices, resources, and experiments are shared
Want to share your ideas and experiments with others? Join our Ardusat Community! Introduce yourself and collaborate with others to come up with new and exciting ways to bring your school’s space program to the next level.
We recognize that teachers only have a limited amount of time to incorporate new programs in their classroom. Our account management services will provide as much support as you want to ensure successful implementation of the Ardusat program.