New -2% runlinc IoT Kit - Simplifying IoT for Beginners

runlinc IoT Kit - Simplifying IoT for Beginners

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    • runlinc IoT Kit + 37 in 1 Sensors Kit
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      • Product Code: V-KIT-STEM-RNC
      • Warranty Period: 12 months

      Note: Please do not remove the yellow sticker on the NodeMCU-ESP32 chip since you will need the number on the chip to configure the login of the chip into the runlinc web page which is used to program the chip.

      Note: DO NOT upload any Arduino code into the NodeMCU-ESP32. The runlinc IDE setup inside the Wi-Fi chip is not replaceable!

      Note: Both variations come with FREE Micro B USB Cable.


      This is one of the famous examples that use runlinc:

      6 lines runlinc Easy Coding IoT AI Smart Alarm instead of 100s of lines
      *1 line of code to create a vision between a mobile phone and a laptop
      *2 lines of code to make a control webpage with 2 buttons to turn on turn off lights or sound or activate a mobile phone or a drone camera to take a video of the intruder to send to the police.
      *3 lines to convert Intruder alarm TEXT Warning to AI Voice Warning message: ‘Police on the way. Your video and GPS location are sent to the police. Go away or go to jail.’


      All of us must be familiar with the terms "Smart Agriculture", “Smart Homes”, “Smart Vehicles”, “Smart Devices”, etc. Nowadays, everything can be "smart" at a very reasonable cost, thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT) which has become a part of our life. Even though IoT has become very common, doing IoT projects could be troublesome right? Primary and secondary school students and even university students also have problems writing code for IoT projects. Therefore, Cytron Technologies would like to introduce a kit that can bring IoT to another level which significantly simplifies coding. This kit comes with an expansion board called "STEMSEL" to stack your NodeMCU ESP32 wireless microcontroller and its own web-based software to run the microcontroller code. Yes, it's its own software! No more Arduino IDE to compile complex C/C++ programs and upload the code.


      12-year-old Josh uses 1 line of runlinc Easy Coding code to create Vision between phone Camera and laptop for AI Object recognition:

      Note: This great IoT kit is innovated by STEMSEL Foundation and their main website is runlinc.


      runlinc IDE is a new AI / IoT invention from South Australia. It is a web page inside a wi-fi chip. It is a rapid development platform for IoT, AI, and STEM inventions. The programming is done inside the web browser as opposed to programming on a computer. This is where it can save a hundred lines of code! You can use a drop-down list to declare the sensor and just a few lines to run the command. For instance, creating a web server with the ON/OFF button to control a LED will need only two lines of code. Interesting right?

      Be adventurous and learn IoT or coding the unconventional but fun way through runlinc Easy Coding. runlinc promotes easy coding – a few lines of code is all that is needed to design and operate functional and practical IoT systems versus traditional applications requiring hundreds of lines of complex code. Easy, fast, effective, and useful.

      No necessity for a tremendous amount of time and resources to learn coding and IoT – just by understanding simple coding instructions and IoT concepts, it is possible to design and implement complex IoT solutions.

      Saves time, resources, and money for all stakeholders who fund Makers STEM Coding education and training - from students, parents, schools to government and non-government agencies such as UNESCO, UNDP, UNICEF, BIG Techs, and Big4 Financial companies including PwC, KPMG, JP Morgan.

      Don't know where to start? You can try to follow the tutorial in this video to control LED and buzzer using STEMSEL board and runlinc IDE.

      runlinc can be used by children 8 years and above, school and university students in engineering, commerce, and humanities, engineers, and hobbyists. Watch Michael Zhang ask Google Home to tell runlinc to plot a graph of the changing light intensity in a room. The light sensor is connected to a STEMSEL control board.

      Michael, a young inventor programmed runlinc using the iPad Accelerometer to control a wireless robot.

      Max Weir won the World Young Inventor Competition 2019 in Malaysia by using the runlinc. He designed a Wi-Fi enabled electronic monitoring system for compost bins. You can watch the video or read the news here.



      Note: Please note that all these tutorials are NOT based on the 37 in 1 Sensors Kit. So, you need to prepare your own sensors if it is not provided in the Sensors Kit.



      • Comes with the runlinc Wi-Fi module (NodeMCU-ESP32) which is shipped with the runlinc development website pre-installed on each board
      • Programmable electronic module and unique, easy-to-learn software
      • A lot of tutorials are provided for you to get started
      • Very low cost
      • Working with runlinc IDE is simple and easy, compared to more than 120 lines on Arduino, the ON/OFF button can control anything, anywhere only takes two lines of code on runlinc.
      • Working with runlinc IDE is faster than other technologies, compared to 30 hours to make a web server turn on and off LEDs, buzzer, and motor, runlinc only needs 30 minutes.



      • NodeMCU-ESP32:
        • NodeMCU based on ESP-WROOM-32 module
        • Based on ESP32 DEVKIT DOIT
        • 30 GPIO Version
        • ESP32 is a dual-core 32-bit processor with built-in 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
        • 4MB flash memory
        • 520KB RAM
        • 2.2 to 3.6V Operating voltage range
        • In breadboard-friendly breakout
        • USB micro B for power and Serial communication, use to load the program and serial debugging too
      • STEMSEL E32W:
        • On-board driver on 4 ports for 2 forward/reverse motors or 4 motors in 1 direction, also can be used for small lamps, relays, etc ( up to 500mA )
        • The driver can be enabled or disabled to use ports and inputs etc
        • The driver can output the voltage on the "12V" input so that it can drive 12V etc on the driver outputs
        • 6 x Servo Motor Connectors with power connection directly from "Vin" input to drive high current servo motors at 6V etc. (runlinc software directly supports servo motors)
        • On-board regulator so the board can run on 5V to 15V power supply. ( including 6V, 9V, 12V etc )
        • Simpler and more reliable connections. Has 3 pin connectors for direct I/O sensor or output devices connection with no extra wires needed for 3 pin devices.
        • Dimension: 60mm x 73mm


      Packing List:

      • runlinc IoT Kit + 37 in 1 Sensors Kit
        • 1 x STEMSEL E32W Board
        • 1 x NodeMCU ESP32
        • 1 x Micro B USB Cable (FREE)
        • 40 x Male to Female Jumper Wire (not shown in the picture)
        • runlinc IDE (pre-installed in the NodeMCU ESP32)
        • 37 in 1 Sensors Kit
          • 1 x 2 axis Analog Joystick
          • 1 x Relay 
          • 1 x Big sound, big microphone for audio detection
          • 1 x Small sound, small microphone for audio detection
          • 1 x Tracking, small IR sensor
          • 1 x Avoidance, IR sensor
          • 1 x Flame
          • 1 x Linear hall, hall effect sensor to detect magnetic
          • 1 x Touch sensor
          • 1 x Digital temperature, thermistor
          • 1 x Active buzzer, audio output
          • 1 x Passive buzzer, Piezo buzzer
          • 1 x RGB LED, Through-hole LED
          • 1 x SMD RGB, SMD LED
          • 1 x Two-color, through LED
          • 1 x Mini two-color 
          • 1 x Reed switch
          • 1 x Mini reed switch 
          • 1 x Heartbeat 
          • 1 x 7 color flash, auto flash LED
          • 1 x Laser emitter
          • 1 x Button, push button
          • 1 x Shock 
          • 1 x Rotary encoders 
          • 2 x Light cup 
          • 1 x Ball switch
          • 1 x Tilt-switch, mercury
          • 1 x Photo-resistor, LDR
          • 1 x Temp and humidity 
          • 1 x Analog hall 
          • 1 x Hall magnetic 
          • 1 x 18B20 temp 
          • 1 x Analog temp, thermistor
          • 1 x IR emission 
          • 1 x IR receiver 
          • 1 x Tap module 
          • 1 x Light blocking

      • runlinc IoT Kit Only
        • 1 x STEMSEL E32W Board
        • 1 x NodeMCU ESP32
        • 1 x Micro B USB Cable (FREE)
        • runlinc IDE (pre-installed in the NodeMCU ESP32)


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      Tags: Artificial Intelligence, STEMSEL, beginner, easy code