Project 2 out of 4
Create a speaker that connects to your phone with Bluetooth.Order Now
How does your phone connect to a sound system, speaker, or your car and play music wirelessly? In this Challenger project, you’ll learn about Bluetooth technology and make a speaker so you can listen to whatever you want from your phone! The box that your Creation Crate Bluetooth Speaker project kit comes in will serve as the hub for your hardware and setup, so first you’ll prepare it to house the necessary components. Then, you’ll add your electronic components, including your UNO R3, breadboard, and Bluetooth module. Follow along with the step-by-step diagrams to wire your hardware and then program it using your C++ skills. You’ll take on new commands in coding, learn about Inter-Integrated Circuits and use them, and how to write code for pull-up resistors. Finish the project by completing some challenge exercises to practice what you just learned.
What you'll receive in the Bluetooth Speaker project kit:
Transparent half size Breadboard
Double Sided Tape Squares
Nylon Screws (8)
Nylon Nuts (8)
Modified Jumper Wires (2)
Two Pin Terminal Connector (3)
5V 3A Power Block with Switched USB Cable
M-M Jumper Wires: 10cm (11)
M-M Jumper Wires: 20cm (4)
M-F Jumper Wires: 20cm (5)
Flat Jumper Wires 1cm (3)
Micro USB 5V Power Supply Module
Engage with higher level electronics skills and concepts in this Bluetooth Speaker project kit.
Advanced Electronic Components. Find out how Bluetooth modules work and how to use them.
Complex Circuitry. Put together all the hardware with advanced wiring and detailed diagrams.
Intermediate C++. Learn about Integrated Inter Circuits (I2C), unsigned 16 bit integer and more new coding concepts and commands.
Build your Bluetooth Speaker and then complete these challenge exercises to test your understanding of what you learned in this project.
The Online Classroom will prepare you for the challenge. Show off your skills!
Electronics Challenger Projects