You probably bought the sensors that are described here: Arduino 37 sensors - TkkrLab
a vendor. They're just someone who wanted to document what they bought. So please don't bug them about what you have
Most of the sensor won't work with Raspberry Pi as they have analogue output. Some of them draw too much power. If yours is like the kit I got, it'll likely have a far too powerful laser LED and some mercury tilt switches - both are a big no.
An ino file is an Arduino sketch. You'll need an Arduino board to run them from. You'll also need to install the Arduino IDE: here's how
, updated to the latest download version.
You may be able to import the raw ino files, but the way that Arduino likes them is say Sketch.ino
in its own folder called Sketch
. And yes, for $reasons going back to almost the last century, they're called sketches.
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