Under this Catagory we offer various Module Compatible with Arduino. We offer and Stock Wide range of Module.
|Working voltage||5V DC|
|Board size||49 x 41.5 (mm)|
|Recording time||6K time 75 seconds, 8K for 60 seconds|
|Chip operating frequency||6KHZ and 8KHZ optional|
|Audio signal input channel||Microphone Input And Analog Signal Inputs|
This voice record/playback device is based on ISD1820 chip, which can record/playback multiple-message. It can offer true single-chip voice recording, non-volatile storage, and playback capability for 8 to 20 seconds. For the sampling rate of 3.2KHz it can record for the total duration of 20 seconds.
If you want change the record duration, an external resistor is necessary to select the record duration and sampling frequency, which can range from 8 – 20 seconds (4-12kHz sampling frequency). This voice record module provides default connect to a 100k resistor through P2 by short cap. So the default record duration is 10s.
Use TM1638 digital tube drive chip to drive common cathode LED digital tube.
This module for the chip TM1638, set the above three kinds of single chip microcomputer common peripheral circuit, the biggest characteristic is to simply take microcontroller three IO mouth can drive, scanning display and key scan don't need microcontroller intervention, only need to register to display data related to reading and writing or testing buttons, save MCU resources.
This is a 5V 4-Channel Relay interface board, Be able to control various appliances, and other equipments equipment with large current. It can be controlled directly by Micro-controller (Raspberry Pi, Arduino , 8051, AVR, PIC, DSP, ARM, ARM, MSP430, TTL logic).
For microcontrollers without an analog-to-digital converter or when you want a higher-precision ADC, the ADS1015 provides 12-bit precision at 3300 samples/second over I2C. The chip can be configured as 4 single-ended input channels, or two differential channels. As a nice bonus, it even includes a programmable gain amplifier, up to x16, to help boost up smaller single/differential signals to the full range. We like this ADC because it can run from 2V to 5V power/logic, can measure a large range of signals and its super easy to use. It is a great general purpose 12 bit converter.
|Supply range||Wide supply range: 2.0v to 5.5v|
|current consumption||Continuous Mode: Only 150 Micro A|
|Programmable data rate||128sps to 3.3ksps|
|Input||Four single-ended or two differential inputs|
|Interface||I2c interface: pin-selectable addresses|
For microcontrollers without an analog-to-digital converter or when you want a higher-precision ADC, the ADS1115 provides 16-bit precision at 860 samples/second over I2C. The chip can be configured as 4 single-ended input channels, or two differential channels. As a nice bonus, it even includes a programmable gain amplifier, up to x16, to help boost up smaller single/differential signals to the full range. We like this ADC because it can run from 2V to 5V power/logic, can measure a large range of signals and its super easy to use. It is a great general purpose 16 bit converter.
This is a Joystick module that has X,Y analog outputs and has a switch that detects button press. The joystick is made up of two passive potentio-meters (variable resistors) and a push button and therefore can be used at any standard voltage levels.Applications
|Size||4.1 x 2.4cm|
|Power supply||4.5V to 5.5V, 3.3V voltage regulator circuit board|
|Communication interface||Standard Spi Interface|
|Supports||Micro Sd Card (more Than Equal To 2g), Micro Sdhc Card (less Than Equal To 32g) (high-speed Card)|
|Control Interface||A total of six pins (GND, VCC, MISO, MOSI, SCK, CS)|
To use with an Arduino, connect GND to ground, 5V to 5V, CLK to pin 13, DO to pin 12, DI to pin 11, and CS to pin 10. Then you can use the Arduino IDE's SD library which supports FAT and FAT32 SD cards
The output frequency is adjustable:
These displays were used in old Nokia 5110/3310 cell phones (before the smart-phone fad turned every cell phone into a TV). It’s a 84×48 pixel monochrome LCD display. These displays are small, only about 1.5″ diagonal, but very readable and come with a white backlight. This display is made of 84×48 individual pixels, so you can use it for graphics, text or bitmaps. These displays are inexpensive, easy to use, require only a few digital I/O pins and are fairly low power as well
To drive the display, you will need 3 to 5 digital output pins (depending on whether you want to manually control the chip select and reset lines). Another pin can be used to control (via on/off or PWM) the backlight – the backlight LEDs are wired to a transistor.
The display driver is a PCD8544 chip, and it runs at 3.3V so you’ll need a 3V supply handy (you don’t need that much current though, maybe 10mA tops). Logic levels must be 3V to prevent damage but we include a free level shifter chip so you can easily connect it to 5V logic such as an Arduino.
Specifications of LCD 5110
PCA9685 16-Channel 12-Bit PWM Servo Driver can help a lot when there are insufficient PWM output pins for the MCU in your project. The only condition is that the main control chip supports I2C communication, which means enabling the communication between the chip and PCA9685, so as to control multiple servos simultaneously.