This module allows you to read 125 kHz RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) tags and send their information using a UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter) interface.
The Pololu QTR-1RC reflectance sensor carries a single infrared LED and phototransistor pair and delivers a digital output (HIGH/LOW)
The 3-axis accelerometer measures the changes of speed. This information can be used to deduce the alteration of positions.
This is a breakout board for Freescale’s triple-axis MMA7260QT accelerometer. With a low power shut-down mode, high sensitivity output with selectable ranges (±1.5, 2, 4, and 6g), this was one of the very first sensors to market with three accelerometers built onto a single IC! Board comes fully assembled and tested with external filters installed.
The MMA7260QT is a 3.3V part and outputs an analog voltage for each of the three outputs. This voltage is in ratio to the measured acceleration and to the supply voltage (ratiometric). You will need some extra hardware to convert this analog signal to a usable digital one. Luckily, many uCs have a built in Analog to Digital converter.
The electret microphone with an 100x amplifier allows you to submit audio signals directly to your arduino
The EasyDriver V4 is a complete microstepping motor driver with
built-in translator. It is designed to operate bipolar stepper motors in
full-, half-, quarter- and eighth-step modes. The EasyDriver V4 includes a fixed off-time current regulator that has the ability to operate in slow, fast, or mixed
Needs an external power supply of 7-30V DC
This sensor is capable of measuring a distance ranged between 4 and 30 cm and delivers an according analog voltage.
Breakout board for the Analog Devices 7746 capacitance sensor. Configured for two channels of single-ended capacitance input. Comes with an example touch sensor as well as long capacitance creating traces. Useful a as a capacitance measuring tool.
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Read this how to calibrate the sensor and use the example arduino code from here.
Read this and scroll down to "displaying the results" for the processing code.
You need the Wire library to communicate over I2C.
Small-sized 500mW speaker with an impedance of 8 ohm. Ideal for testing purposes.
OpenLog is a simple serial logger and is able to talk to very large capacity (tested up to 16GB) SD cards. The whole purpose of this logger was to create a logger that just powered up and worked. OpenLog ships with a standard serial bootloader so you can load new firmware with a simple serial connection.
A level converter with two in-/outputs to convert signal layers into lower/higher voltages. Works with 5V/3,3V/2,8V/1,8V levels. You need it when one device works with 5V signals but another in the same circuit needs 3.3V signals.
A piezo is an electronic device that generates a voltage when its physically deformed by a vibration, sound wave, or mechanical strain. Use a 4,7M resistor.
A simple PIR motion sensor with open-collector output. Needs an external voltage supply of 12V.
This is a very simple to use RFID reader module. With a built in antenna, the only holdup is the 2mm pin spacing. Power the module, hold up a card, and get a serial string output containing the unique ID of the card.
Use a 1k resitor to make the circuit safer for testing and for EM noise reduction.
A simple 4W stepper motor, moving in 1,8° steps - 200 steps for a rotation. Use the EasyDriver V4 Stepper Motor Driver #005
The LM35 series are precision integrated-circuit temperature sensors, whose output voltage is linearly proportional to the Celsius temperature. The LM35 thus has an
advantage over linear temperature sensors calibrated in Kelvin. For calibration, take a look at the datasheet.
This board is built around the VS1053 MP3 and MIDI codec IC, wired in MIDI mode. Simply connect a speaker/stereo/pair of headphones to the 1/8 inch stereo jack on the shied and pass the proper serial commands to the IC and you'll be playing music in no time!
The 4-digit yellow display is configurable via serial or SPI interface. It can display all numerals, characters from A to F and the additional dots.
The 4-digit green display is configurable via serial or SPI interface. It can display all numerals, characters from A to F and the additional dots.
The Allegro ACS714 Hall-Effect current sensor. Typical applications include motor control, load detection and management, switch-mode power supplies, and overcurrent fault protection.
The ACS714 outputs the analog signal VOUT that varies linearly with the uni- or bi-directional AC or DC primary sampled current, IP , within the range specified. Product page link
This is a motor shield for Arduino that will control two DC motors. Based on the L298 H-bridge, the Ardumoto can drive up to 2 amps per channel. The board takes its power from the same Vin line as the Arduino board, includes blue and yellow LEDs to indicate active direction, and all driver lines are diode protected from back EMF.
BlinkM is a 'Smart LED': a networkable and programmable full-color RGB LED. It is designed to allow the easy addition of dynamic indicators, displays, and lighting to existing or new projects.
The BMP085 is a high-precision, ultra-low power barometric pressure sensor. With an absolute accuracy of 2,5hPa and a noise level of down to 0,03hPa the BMP085 offers superior performance. Supply with 3,3V.
The Cellular Shield for Arduino includes all the parts needed to interface your Arduino WITH an SM5100B cellular module. This allows you to easily add SMS, GSM/GPRS, and TCP/IP functionalities to your Arduino-based project.
All you need to add cellular functionality to your Arduino project is a SIM card (pre-paid or straight from your phone) and an antenna and you can start sending Serial.print statements to make calls, send texts and serve web pages! Product page link
The Color LCD Shield provides an easy method of connecting the popular Nokia 6100 LCD to your Arduino. The board comes as shown with the 128x128 mini color LCD, as well as a backlight driver circuit and three momentary push-buttons.
This ready to go sensor board delivers all necessary data to sense and recreate the light's color measured by the sensor chip. Wether you validate this data or reenact it by using a simple RGB LED.
This is a small force sensitive resistor. It has a 0.16 inch (4 mm) diameter active sensing area. This FSR will vary its resistance depending on how much pressure is being applied to the sensing area. The harder the force, the lower the resistance.
When no pressure is being applied to the FSR, its resistance will be larger than 1M, with full pressure applied the resistance will be 2.5k. Use a 10k resistor as pull down.Product page line
A sensor which delivers an analog voltage in relation to air humidity.
The flex sensor changes its resistance depending on the amount of bend. It converts the change in bend to electrical resistance - the more the bend, the more the resistance value.
This photo resistor changes its resitance from 1k (light) to 10k (dark). Use a 10k resistor as pull down.
This is a basic breakout board for the FTDI FT232RL USB to serial IC. The pinout of this board matches the FTDI cable to work with official Arduino and cloned 5V Arduino boards (LilyPad). It can also be used for general serial applications.
You may plug it on the Lilypad. Product page link
The GM10 is a very small brushed DC motor and gearbox combination. At 5 volts, the motor draws 27 mA, and the 81:1 gear ratio delivers 370 RPM
This is a breakout board for the ST's dual-axis LPR5150AL gyro. The LPR5150AL measures angular velocity along the pitch and roll axes with a full scale of +/-1500 degree/s. Two different analog outputs are provided for both the x- and y- axes - one 1x amplified and the other 4x amplified
Supply with 3,3V. Product page link
This is a very simple breakout board for the popular HMC6352. If you need simple, clean, degree resolution compass heading, this is the way to go.
This kit comprises of two brackets and the associated fasteners. When connected to two servos, the final assembly allows two degrees of movement. Nearly anything within reason can be mounted on the end of the pan/tilt assembly - for example cameras or sensors.
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This is a simple to use USB AVR programmer. It is low cost, easy to use, works great with AVRDude, and is tested extensively on a Windows desktop. For a detailed hook-up-guide check the product page link.
To use this programmer, attach to a Windows machine and install the drivers listed below. Open a command prompt. Assuming WinAVR (and therefore AVRDUDE) have been installed, type: avrdude -c usbtiny -B 1 -patmega328 -U flash:w:main.hex
Be sure to include the "-B 1" flag as this will significantly increase the programming speed! You may need to change -p flag to your appropriate microcontroller. You can setup a tool and hotkey in Programmers Notepad to do this automatically.
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This a custom designed module for the DS1307 Real Time Clock. The module comes fully assembled and pre-programmed with the current time.
This is an ASK transmitter module with an output of up to 8mW depending on power supply voltage. The transmitter is based on SAW resonator and accepts digital inputs, can operate from 2 to 12 Volts-DC, with 434MHz transmitter operation.
TV out from your Arduino.This shield has the same core circuit as the standard TellyMate, but re-arranged as an Arduino Shield. It listens to the Arduino's TX pin (Digital pin 1). Just plug it into your Arduino and use Serial.println() commands to output text onto your telly!
This small module packs some power. With a 2mW maximum broadcast power we've been able to transmit up to 60ft with a simple 31 inch piece of wire (1/4 wave of 95MHz). Built upon the NS73M module, it is digitally tune-able from 87MHz up to 108MHz. Right and left channels are available for stereo broadcast as well!
the LV-MaxSonar-EZ3 provides very short to long-range detection and ranging. It detects objects from 0-inches to 254-inches (6.45-meters) and provides sonar range
information from 6-inches out to 254-inches with 1-inch resolution. The interface output formats included are pulse width output, analog voltage output, and serial digital output
This is the smallest, most powerful, and most versatile GPS. The module can be configured to an amazingly powerful 10Hz update rate, with 14 channel tracking! With two serial ports, UART and SPI interfaces.
This is a breakout board for the ISD1932, a multiple-message record/playback device. This single chip can record up to 64 seconds worth of voice messages. Microphone inputs and speaker outputs are all handled by the ISD1932
The VoiceBox Shield can be mounted on top of your Arduino to give it access to all capabilities of the SpeakJet voice and sound synthesizer. The Voice Box Shield uses the SpeakJet chip to convert serial commands into a great robot-sounding voice.
The Redpark Serial Cable connects iOS devices to RS-232 serial devices. It is designed for use with iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch (fourth generation), iPad 2 and iPad.
Faster, cheaper, smaller, better, right? The SN754410 Quad Half H-Bridge is just that. Capable of driving high voltage motors using TTL 5V logic levels, the SN754410 can drive 4.5V up to 36V at 1A continuous output current.
Notice the additional 9V input. Product page link
A 4W hubmagnet for pulling ojects or something else. Requires a 12V power supply with at least 300mA, so don't connect this magnet directly to your Arduino!
A 4W hubmagnet for pushing ojects or something else. Requires a 12V power supply with at least 300mA, so don't connect this magnet directly to your Arduino!
A 10W hubmagnet for pushing ojects or something else. Requires a 12V power supply with at least 1A, so don't connect this magnet directly to your Arduino!
A 10W hubmagnet for pushing ojects or something else. Requires a 12V power supply with at least 1A, so don't connect this magnet directly to your Arduino!
The LilyPad Arduino is a microcontroller board designed for wearables and e-textiles. It can be sewn to fabric and similarly mounted power supplies, sensors and actuators with conductive thread.
The Arduino Mega 2560 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega2560
. It has 54 digital input/output pins (of which 14 can be used as PWM outputs), 16 analog inputs, 4 UARTs (hardware serial ports), a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button.
The Arduino Uno is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328 with 14 digital input/output pins, 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header and a reset button.
These little RFID glas tags with 12KHz read frequency can be read within a 10mm distance and are suitable for tiny applications. The non-reprogrammable 32-bit unique ID can be read with the ID-12 RFID reader.
This 125KHz RFID tag is placed in a blanc card and has a 32-bit unique ID which can be read with the ID-12 reader.
A simple button RFID tag with 16mm diameter that can be read within a 32mm distance. Suitable for clothes and thin applications. Unique 32-bit non-reprogrammable ID at 125KHz.
This part allows you to connect a ø5mm shaft to a ø4mm shaft.
This part allows you too connect a ø5mm shaft to a ø10mm shaft.
Connect nearly anything to a ø5mm shaft.
A small but powerfull stepper motor which needs only 2.7 Volts, so it's ideal for project driven by a battery. Use it together with part No. 079.
Even smaller than part No. 064 but still very powerfull. Use with Part No. 079.
Small sized stepper motor which can be used with part No. 078.
A big solenoid. Be sure, that your power supply outputs at least 1.5 amperes at 24V.
Arduino Duemilanove with ATmega 328 processor.
This shield allows you to record and play sounds on a SD card with your arduino easily.
Plug this onto an Arduino Uno, and use the "WaveHC" (here) library to program it. Download the Library and put it into you Arduino Library folder. See down below for some example code that plays every WAV file on the sd-card.
Also, more examples can be found here .
With this shield you can read and write data to RFID tags, like the cards or chips we have in the library ( parts No. 057, 058, 059).
For further Informations and some code examles click here .
With this adaptor you can use any Arduino shields with your teensy 3.1.
The teensy 3.1 is a more powerfull but smaller microcontroller than an Arduino. One of its biggest benefits is the 12-Bit DAC on pin 14 and the dedicated audio library, so teensy is the way to go for any audio project.
These cells can be used to power very small electronic projects, or just to measure the intensity of light.
These little bugs can be used to transfer serial data from one microcontroller to another in a fairly easy way.
PIMP your PI! It's designed to fit nicely onto the Pi 1 Model A or B but also works OK with the Pi Zero, Pi 3, Pi 2 or Pi 1 Model A+ or B+.
For this Display to work, you need to install a new Kernel on the used Pi. Either you go with a fresh install of Raspian that already includes the Kernel, or you just run a script on your current installation. Find the complete guide here on the Adafruit Page.
For the full product page, click here.
This is an older version of the raspberryPI.
Small sized stepper driver with current limiter to prevent damage on the motor. The reference Voltage must be set according to the motor specifications!
With this driver you can use low-voltage steppers rated from 2.5V to 10.8V. Before use set the reference voltage according to the motor specifications!
With a hall effect sensor you can detect magnetic and electromagnetic fields.
With this current sensor you can measure a current flow up to 15.5 amperes.
This small stepper motor is very strong (but slow) because of the built in gearbox with a 1:64 ratio. It comes with the ULN2003 driver.
A rotary encoder is like an endless knob.
An opto coupler is used to achieve galavnic seperation of two circuits.
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As the name tells: This wire behaves like a muscle. When a certain current is applied the wire retracts like a muscle, and distracts when the current is removed.
These RGB LEDs are adressable, so you can connect thousands of LEDs to only one single digital pin of your microcontroller. These can be used with the adafruit NeoPixel library, or FastLed library. Keep in mind that the 5V output of the arduino delivers max. 500mA, and one pixel set to full bright white (255,255,255) draws about 80mA, so if you use more than 5 pixels you should get an external power supply.
This module can be used to store and read data on a SD Card with any microcontroller via SPI.
Small display with 128x128 resolution and a microSD card slot.
Small 2,5" tft display.
Add an analog output to your project with this little converter.
Connect serial RS485 devices to your computer.
An easy way to add sound to your project. This Module can store up to 256 different audio tracks, which can be triggered by a serial message or by one of 18 dedicated trigger inputs.
For this Example just put two Music files onto the SD card and name them "001Track.mp3" and "002Track.mp3" without the quotation marks. The Triggershield can play up to 18 files, they should be named like the ones above, each number corresponding to the trigger with the same name. It takes everything from 4.5V to 12.0V DC. More information can be found here.
Control up to 32 servos via serial RS232.
Measure flexibility, vibration, impact and touch.
Measure distances between 20 to 150 cm. Gives analog value. You should put a 10µF Cap across power and ground, to stabilize the output values.
Measure distance between 10 and 80 cm. Gives analog value. You should put a 10µF Cap across power and ground, to stabilize the output values.
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Measure if Object is in the very short distance range between 0.5cm and 5cm. Beware, this will only point out that there is an object in that range, not how far it is away from the sensor. Has fast read out.
Measure if Object is in the short distance range between 2cm and 10cm. Beware, this will only point out that there is an object in that range, not how far it is away from the sensor. Has fast read out.
Very small and low voltage solenoid.
a very big and strong Solenoid. Be sure that your power supply rates at least 24V and 2A.
Standard servo motor which can turn 180° degree. There are different mounting plates available.
You want to take your project to the next level? The Galileo is a complete PC running linux, but also has a bunch of GPIOs.
A more powerfull microcontroller with many many in- and outputs. Install Teensyduino to use the Teensy together with the Arduino IDE.
This Pretzelboard can be programmed like an arduino, but has Wi-Fi on board.
You want to use a SMT component but are really bad at soldering? So here you go! Just push the component in the socket and use the easy accessible breakout pins.
You want to use a DIP Component but are really bad at soldering? So here you go! Just put the component in the socket and use the easy accessible breakout pins.
A very nice, old school looking 2x20 display.
Control high voltage circuits using a microcontroller.
This 18W mono amplifier works with 6V to 12V, so its the perfect candidate for a portable speaker.
Turn any input voltage between 7 and 36 Volts into 5V output voltage (current limit: 1,5A)
When used in higher current (>0,5A) applications, a heatsink should be applied.
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