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  • Adafruit NeoPixel Ring - 16 x WS2812 5050 RGB LED with Integrated Drivers (ADA-NRING16)

    Adafruit NeoPixel Ring - 16 x WS2812 5050 RGB LEDs (Model #1463)

    Round and round and round they go! 16 ultra bright smart LED NeoPixels are arranged in a circle with 1.75" (44.5mm) outer diameter. The rings are 'chainable' - connect the output pin of one to the input pin of another. Use only one microcontroller pin to control as many as you can chain together! Each LED is addressable as the driver chip is inside the LED. Each one has ~18mA constant current drive so the colour will be very consistent even if the voltage varies, and no external choke resistors are required making the design slim. Power the whole thing with 5VDC (4-7V works) and you're ready to rock.

    There is a single data line with a very timing-specific protocol. Since the protocol is very sensitive to timing, it requires a real-time microconroller such as an AVR, Arduino, PIC, mbed, etc. It cannot be used with a Linux-based microcomputer or interpreted microcontroller such as the netduino or Basic Stamp. Adafruit's wonderfully-written Neopixel library for Arduino supports these pixels! As it requires hand-tuned assembly it is only for AVR cores but others may have ported this chip driver code so please google around. An 8MHz or faster processor is required.

    Comes as a single ring with 16 individually addressable RGB LEDs assembled and tested.
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    £7.00
  • Adafruit Arduino Servo & Motor Shield v2.0 (#1438)
    • Supplied as a kit and requires a small amount of soldering: see Adafruit for details
    • 2 dedicated connectors for standard "hobby" servos
    • Up to 4 bi-directional DC motors with individual 8-bit speed selection
    • Up to 2 stepper motors (unipolar or bipolar) with single coil, double coil, interleaved or micro-stepping
    • 4 H-Bridges: L293D chipset provides 0.6A per bridge (1.2A peak) with thermal shutdown protection, 4.5V to 25V
    • Pull down resistors keep motors disabled during power-up
    • Big terminal block connectors to easily hook up wires (10-22AWG) and power
    • Arduino reset button brought up top
    • 2-pin terminal block to connect external power, for separate logic/motor supplies
    • Power LED
    • Detailed instructions, libraries, test code, etc. >>HERE<<
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    £12.00
    £15.00
  • GY-80 10 DOF IMU Module With L3G4200D ADXL345 HMC5883L BMP085 (GY-80)
    • Chips included on the board
      • L3G4200D (3-Axis Angular Rate Sensor)
      • ADXL345 (3-Axis Digital Accelerometer)
      • HMC5883L (3-Axis Digital Compass)
      • BMP085 (Barometric Pressure Sensor)
    • Built in regulator and logic converter to support  3.3V/5.0V microcontrollers
    • I2C Digital Interface
    • Module Size: 25.8 x 16.8mm mounting hole 3mm
    • Immersion Gold PCB process
    • Standard 2.54mm pin interface, plug straight into breadboards
    • Both Straight and Right-Angle headers included
    Downloads:
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    £16.65
  • Genuino Uno Rev3 (Arduino) (GENUNO)

    Genuino (Arduino) Uno Rev3

    Code: GBX00066

    Genuino, the new name for Genuine, Official Arduino


    The Genuino UNO R3 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a USB connection, a power jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. The UNO differs from all preceding boards because it does not use the FTDI USB-to-serial driver chip.

    Genuino Uno and Arduino Uno share the same components, characteristics and quality of manufacturing. They are actually the same board under a different brand. Depending on the area of the world where you live you’ll be able to purchase an Arduino Uno or a Genuino Uno. Learn more.

    Learn more about the Uno.

    Technical specifications

    Microcontroller ATmega328
    Operating Voltage 5V
    Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12V
    Input Voltage (limit) 6-20V
    Digital I/O Pins 14
    PWM Digital I/O Pins 6
    Analog Input Pins 6
    DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA
    DC Current for 3.3V Pin 50 mA
    Flash Memory 32 KB
    Flash Memory for Bootloader 0.5 KB
    SRAM 2 KB
    EEPROM 1 KB
    Clock Speed 16 MHz

     

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    £18.65
  • Genuino Mega2560 Rev3 (Arduino) (GENMEGA)

    Genuino (Arduino) Mega2560 Rev3

    Code: GBX00067

    Genuino, the new name for Genuine, Official Arduino


    The Genuino 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. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. The Mega is compatible with most shields designed for the Uno, Duemilanove or Diecimila.

    Genuino Mega and Arduino Mega share the same components, characteristics and quality of manufacturing. They are actually the same board under a different brand. Depending on the area of the world where you live you’ll be able to purchase an Arduino Mega or a Genuino Mega. Learn more.

    Additional features coming with the R3 version are:

    • ATmega16U2 instead 8U2 as USB-to-Serial converter
    • 1.0 pinout: added SDA and SCL pins for TWI communication placed near to the AREF pin and two other new pins placed near to the RESET pin, the IOREF that allow the shields to adapt to the voltage provided from the board and the second one is a not connected pin, that is reserved for future purposes
    • stronger RESET circuit

    Find more information about the Genuino Mega here.

    Technical specifications

    Microcontroller ATmega2560
    Operating Voltage 5V
    Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12V
    Input Voltage (limit) 6-20V
    Digital I/O Pins 54
    PWM Digital I/O Pins 14
    Analog Input Pins 16
    DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA
    DC Current for 3.3V Pin 50 mA
    Flash Memory 256 KB
    Flash Memory for Bootloader 8 KB
    SRAM 8 KB
    EEPROM 4 KB
    Clock Speed 16 MHz

     

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    £26.60
  • Arduino Mega2560 Rev 3 (A000067)

    Arduino Mega2560 Rev3

    Code: A000067

    The Arduino Mega 2560 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega2560 (datasheet). 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. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. The Mega is compatible with most shields designed for the Arduino Uno, Duemilanove or Diecimila.

    The Mega 2560 is an update to the Arduino Mega, which it replaces.

    Additional features coming with the R3 version are:

    • ATmega16U2 instead 8U2 as USB-to-Serial converter.
    • 1.0 pinout: added SDA and SCL pins for TWI communication placed near to the AREF pin and two other new pins placed near to the RESET pin, the IOREF that allow the shields to adapt to the voltage provided from the board and the second one is a not connected pin, that is reserved for future purposes.
    • stronger RESET circuit.

    Technical Specifications

    Microcontroller ATmega2560
    Operating Voltage 5V
    Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12V
    Input Voltage (limits) 6-20V
    Digital I/O Pins 54 (of which 14 provide PWM output)
    Analog Input Pins 16
    DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA
    DC Current for 3.3V Pin 50 mA
    Flash Memory 256 KB of which 8 KB used by bootloader
    SRAM 8 KB
    EEPROM 4 KB
    Clock Speed 16 MHz

    If you want to give a closer look to this board we advice you to visit the official Arduino Mega 2560 page in the Hardware Section.

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    £29.95
  • 9V DC Power Supply PSU for Arduino, TFT Displays, Etc (ARD-PSU)
    9V DC Power Supply with 2.1mm DC Jack

    This UK power supply is fully RoHS and CE compliant and has a 2.1mm DC Jack for plugging directly into the Arduino or the TFT screens
    • Output: 9V DC
    • Input: 230-254V AC (50-60Hz)
    • Output current: 550mA
    • Lead length: 1.5m
    • Polarity: Centre positive
    • Jack size: 2.1mm pin, 5.5mm barrel
    • Weight: 120g
    • Approvals: CE, CEC Level 5, GS, RoHS, UL/cUL
    • Plug style: UK (a 2-pin Euro converter will be included free of charge for countries that require it)
    • Supports: Arduino Uno, Leonardo, Mega2560, etc.
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    £7.95
  • Bluetooth LE (BLE) Beetle Wearable Microcontroller - Arduino Compatible (BTLBLE)

    BLE Beetle Microcontroller - Arduino Compatible Minimalist Wireless Wearable Controller

    This new version of the Beetle supports wireless programming as well as communications

    It uses the ATMega328P - the same processor as used in the Arduino Uno

    FEATURES

    • ATmega328@16MHz
    • Bluetooth Low Energy (BT 4.0)
    • Micro USB port
    • Super Compact Size
    • Support Bluetooth HID and ibeacon
    • Comaptible with all DFRobot Bluno Series
    • Support Wireless Programming

    SPECIFICATION

    • Bluetooth Chip: CC2540
    • Sensitivity: -93dBm
    • Working Temperature:-10 ℃ ~ +85 ℃ 
    • Maximun Distance:50m(Open field)
    • Microcontroller: ATmega328
    • Clock frequency: 16 MHz
    • Working voltage: 5V DC
    • Digital Pin x6
    • Analog Pin x6
    • PWM Output x2
    • UART interface x1
    • I2C interface x1
    • Micro USB interface x1
    • Power port x2
    • Size:28.8mm X 33.1mm
    • Weight:10g
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    £10.00
    £11.50
  • RasWIK - Raspberry Pi Wireless Inventors Kit (CIS-S005)

    Product description

    The Wireless Inventors Kit for the Raspberry Pi (RasWIK) is an exciting and affordable addition to the Raspberry Pi.  RasWIK demonstrates that with our leading edge technology anyone (and we mean anyone) can build wireless sensors and actuators , you do not need huge experience, a degree or even any tools. We show you even how to connect the devices you build to “the Internet of Things” (IoT) service providers such as Xively. 

    Getting started is just 5 simple steps:

    • 1. Insert the preconfigured SD card to your Pi
    • 2. Plug in the Slice of Radio to the GPIO connector
    • 3. Turn on the Pi
    • 4. Power the XinoRF development board
    • 5. Launch the Python based example application on your Pi
    • That's it!........you are now past step one of your journey to wireless nirvana :)

    You can build wireless devices in just a matter of minutes.  All the code is fully Open Source, you can use, modify and even sell your own products based on this kit. 

    There are 29 fully documented projects. The 17 hardware projects take you from very basic sensors, actuators and light controls to more complicated ones that include measuring temperature and light levels. The 12 fully completed software projects show you how to do more sophisticated stuff, including posting your measurements on the Internet. 

    Out of the box all the hardware is configured to start you off without you writing a single line of code.  The kit comes complete with an SD card image that has starter software and a fully configured Pi operating system already installed.  The devices you make are even interoperable with our off the shelf wireless devices.

    In a review of RasWIK in the October 2013 issue of Custom PC , Gareth Halfacree (co author of the Raspberry Pi manual) said: "It provides possibly the simplest platform for experimenting with wireless sensor networks I’ve ever seen."

    RasWIK  won an outstanding 5 tux in Linux Format,  saw a 4 page spread in Raspberry Pi geek and has had a number of other reviews. In every review, RasWIK comes out to be an excellent way to learn more about your Pi and wireless sensing.

    The youngest WIKer we know of is just 8 years old! If he can do it, you can too :)

    Here is a 17 minute video of a presentation on RasWIK we gave at the Cambridge Raspberry Jam on 21 September 2013. 

    Features:

    • Starter examples require no soldering
    • Comes with plug in wires and a solderless breadboard
    • 4Gb SD card image (saves you lots of Pi configuration)
    • Examples use LLAP to drive the devices (LLAP devices can be mixed with our out the box wireless devices)
    • Made in the UK

    Technical data

    What's in the kit: 1 x Ciseco Slice of Radio,  1 x Ciseco XinoRF development board,  1 x 4Gb SD card with Pi OS and sample software,  1 x USB cable,  1 x Small breadboard,  5 x Red LED,  5 x Yellow LED,  5 x Green LED, 1xBlue LED, 1 x Transistor, 1 x Diode,  10 x 10K Resistor,  20 x 470R Resistor,  1 x Light Dependant Resistor (light sensor), 1 x Thermistor (temperature sensor),  1 x Piezo sounder,  3 x Push buttons,  Jump wire (assorted colours), Length of hook up wire.

    Downloads

    All the software you need is on the SD card that ships with the kit but if you'd like to download the python application or a previous version, the files are located at http://files.ciseco.co.uk/WIK/

    The software is updated each time there is a new version and as you start the application on your Raspberry Pi. 

    Documentation

    http://www.openmicros.org/index.php/articles/81-xrf-projects/296-raspberry-pi-wireless-inventors-kit

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    £39.95
  • Ultrasonic Distance Sensor (Static) CrumbleBot Addon (BOTSONIC)
    Static Ultrasonic Distance Sensor for CrumbleBot

    This a simple, screw-together addon for all versions of CrumbleBot. Using the 2 mounting holes at the front, together with the power supply extension pieces (included) you can easily add distance sensing to your CrumbleBot.

    Using a single Croc Clip for the sensor reading and Crumble Software 25.2 or later, you can check if the CrumbleBot is about to hit an obstacle then avoid it if necessary.

    No soldering is required, and the kit can be assembled in a few minutes using only a small philips (cross head) screwdriver

    Contents:
    • Ready assembled ultrasonic PCB
    • Red positive power extension
    • Black negative power extension
    • 2 x M3 15mm hex pillars
    • 6 x M3 6mm screws
    • 2 x M3 nuts
    See our blog for assembly instructions

    Also see the Panning Ultrasonic Sensor addon
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    £6.00
  • Ultrasonic Distance Sensor (Panning) CrumbleBot Addon (BOTSONPAN)
    Panning Ultrasonic Distance Sensor for CrumbleBot

    This a simple, screw-together addon for all versions of CrumbleBot. Using the 2 mounting holes at the front, together with the power supply extension pieces (included) you can easily add distance sensing to your CrumbleBot.

    This version of the kit includes a servo to allow you to move the ultrasonic sensor left and right, using the inbuilt Crumble software commands.

    Using two Croc Clips, one for the servo and one for the for the sensor reading, as well as Crumble Software 25.2 or later, you can check if the CrumbleBot is about to hit an obstacle then avoid using a more sophisticated algorithm than just a static (non-moving) sensor. Of course, you can simply not move the sensor and use the simple software shown in the static sensor listing

    The program shown above detects an obstacle within 15cm, then looks left and right to see which direction has the closest obstacle. It then reverses out of the way of the current obstacle, before turning towards the direction with most space to move.

    No soldering is required, and the kit can be assembled in a few minutes using only a small philips (cross head) screwdriver

    Contents:
    • Ready assembled ultrasonic PCB (moving)
    • Ready assembled servo PCB (static)
    • Servo, complete with various fixings
    • Red positive power extension
    • Black negative power extension
    • 2 x M3 25mm hex pillars
    • 6 x M3 6mm screws
    • 2 x M3 nuts
    • 4 way female-female 10cm cable to connect the sensor to the static servo PCB
    See our blog for assembly instructions

    Also see the static Ultrasonic sensor addon
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    £10.00
  • Long 30cm Crocodile Alligator Test Leads. Ideal for Crumble - Pack of 10 (CROC10)
    Set of 10 Crocodile/Alligator Test Clips
    • 2 of each colour (Black, Red, Green, Yellow, White)
    • 30cm long
    • Ideal for use with Crumble
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    £3.45
  • Short 15cm Crocodile Alligator Test Leads. Ideal for Crumble - Pack of 12 (CROC12)
    Set of 12 Short Crocodile/Alligator Test Clips
    • 2 of each colour (Black, Red, Green, Yellow, White, Blue)
    • 15cm long
    • Ideal for use with Crumble
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    £2.95
  • Battery Clip for Arduino & 9V Battery (BATCLIP)
    Ideal for connecting a 9V battery to an Arduino Uno, Leonardo or Mega2560

    11cm end to end
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    £1.00
  • LM35DZ Analog Temperature Sensor (ARDLM35)
    ·  Sensing Accuracy Range: ± 0.4°C
    ·  Sensing Temperature Max: +100°C
    ·  Sensing Temperature Min: +2°C
    ·  Sensor Case Style: TO-92
    ·  Supply Current: 91.5µA
    ·  Supply Voltage Max: 30V
    ·  Supply Voltage Min: 4V
    ·  Operating Temperature Min: 0°C
    ·  Operating Temperature Max: 100°C
    ·  Operating Temperature Range: 0°C to +100°C
    ·  Output Voltage per °C: 10mV/°C
    ·  Sensor / Transducer Type: Temperature
    ·  Supply Voltage Range: 4V to 30V
    ·  Temperature Sensing Range: +2°C to +100°C
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    £1.00
  • Pack of 5 mini-LDR Sensors ()
    Pack of 5 mini LDR
    • Light Dependent Resistors
    • Light resistance down to 30K
    • Dark resistance up to 5M
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    £1.00
  • 20x4 LCD 4-Line Module with Blue Backlight and I2C Interface (ARD20X4I2C)
    ·  Arduino Libraries and Example Code Available >>HERE<<
    ·  Operating voltage: 5V
    ·  Alphanumeric character set
    ·  4 lines of 20 characters
    ·  Blue Backlight
    ·  Module size: 98 x 60 x12mm
    ·  Display size: 75 x 25mm
    ·  I2C 2-wire connection
    ·  Built-in Contrast Adjustment
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    £6.40
  • 12mm Flat/Square 5V Digital RGB LED Pixels Strand of 50 WS2801 Waterproof IP65 (LED50-2801-5A)

    12mm Flat/Square 5V Digital RGB LED Pixel String - Waterproof IP65

    NB. Photos show shorter strand, but this strand has 50 LEDs

    RGB Pixels are digitally-controllable lights you can set to any color, or animate. Each RGB LED and controller chip is molded into a 'dot' of silicone. The dots are weatherproof and rugged. There are four flanges molded in so that you can 'push' them into a 12mm drill hole in any material up to 1.5mm/0.06" thick. They're typically used to make outdoor signs. These pixels are round, but we also have some with a flat square back. It affects mostly the way the wires lie and the colour of the wires!

    The pixels are connected by a 4-conductor cable. +5V (Red), Ground (Yellow), Data (Green) and Clock (Blue). Data is shifted down from one pixel to the next so that you can easily cut the strand or attach more onto the end.

    Each dot is digitally controlled, with an internal 8-bit PWM LED driver (24-bit color for 16 million different shades). The pixels must be clocked by a microcontroller, we have an example code linked below that works on an Arduino, it should be simple to adapt it to any other microcontroller.

    The pixels use 8mm diffused RGB LEDs, with a 120 degree beam width. The total max brightness of all LEDs is about 1600mcd but with the light more evenly distributed & mixed than a clear LED. (Please note: mcd ratings of LEDs are notoriously inflated by most LED sellers, so be extra-skeptical when reviewing LED ratings!)

    Sold by the strand, each strand has 50 pixels in series! Each strand has two JST SM 4-pin connectors so you can connect multiple strands in a row, as many as you wish, just watch for how much current they want. We now have LED pixel strands with the power wires (Red & White) spliced out so its really easy to connect 5VDC.

    You can drive these with an Arduino using any two microcontroller digital pins, check this library which also has example code to demonstrate the strands and be sure to read Adafruit's detailed tutorial on usage!

    You can also download the FastSPI library and our Chaser.ino sketch. Connect the Data wire (Blue) to Pin 11 and Clock (Green) to Pin 13 as well as Power and Ground

    • 12mm diameter (0.45") 75mm deep (1.5")
    • 80mm / 3" apart between each pixel
    • 50 pieces per string
    • These pixels use a WS2801 chip for full 24 bit color
    • 5V power, 60mA maximum per pixel (LED on full white)
    • Maximum current required 3A per string
    • 2-pin SPI-like protocol
    • Brightness: Red = 3.3 Lumens/300 mcd, Green = 10 Lumens/1000 mcd, Blue = 2.7 Lumens/300 mcd (mcd calculation based on full 120 degree beam)
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    £19.95
  • MMA7361 Triple 3-Axis Accelerometer Gyroscope (MMA7361)
    • Two selectable measuring ranges (±1.5g, ±6g)
    • Breadboard friendly - 0.1" pitch header
    • Low current consumption: 400 µA
    • Sleep mode: 3 µA
    • Low voltage operation: 2.2 V - 3.6 V
    • High sensitivity (800 mV/g at 1.5g)
    • Fast turn on time (0.5 ms enable response time)
    • Self test for freefall detect diagnosis
    • 0g-Detect for freefall protection
    • Signal conditioning with low pass filter
    • Robust design, high shocks survivability
    Add to Cart
    £3.30
  • Individual LED RGB 5V Pixels Addressable WS2812B (WS2812B10)

    WS2812B RGB LED 5V Pixels - Packs of 10, 50, 100, 200

    RGB Pixels are digitally-controllable lights you can set to any colour, or animate. Each pixel a 5050 size (5 x5mm square) RGB pixel, with the 24-bit PWM controller chip embedded directly within the pixel.

    Each pixel is digitally controlled, with an internal 8-bit PWM LED driver (24-bit color for 16 million different shades).

    The WS2812B differs from the earlier WS2812 in that it only has 4 pins. The power for the controller and the LED is combined and is also reverse polarity protected. Connect DO (Data Out)  of first chip to DI (Data In) of the next. Several hundred can be connected together in one chain and are all separately addressable. The timing sequence is very specific and the length of refresh increases with every LED added to the string

    You can download the FastSPI library and our Chaser.ino sketch. Connect the DI (Data In) of the first pixel Pin 11 as well as Power and Ground
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    £0.00
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