Under this Catagory we offer various Module Compatible with Arduino. We offer and Stock Wide range of Module.
Chip board ENC28J60/SS
The board 25MHZ crystal
The network interface board HR911105A
3.3 V power supply pin
Size:5 x 2 x 1.5cm /1.92 x 0.72inch
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
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
Brand new and high quality.
Support for the Arduino IDE 1.0+ (OSX/Win/Linux).
Power via USB or External Source - 5v or 7-35v (automatic selection).
On-board 500ma 5V Regulator.
Built-in USB (and serial debugging).
6 I/O Pins (2 are used for USB only if your program actively communicates over USB, otherwise you can use all 6 even if you are programming via USB).
8k Flash Memory (about 6k after bootloader).
I2C and SPI (vis USI).
PWM on 3 pins (more possible with Software PWM).
ADC on 4 pins.
Power LED and Test/Status LED (on Pin0).
Size: 1.8cm x 2.6cm .
The Digispark is an Attiny85 based microcontroller development board similar to the Arduino line, only cheaper, smaller, and a bit less powerful. With a whole host of shields to extend its functionality and the ability to use the familiar Arduino IDE the Digispark is a great way to jump into electronics, or perfect for when an Arduino is too big or too much.
The Digispark is shipped fully assembled except for the two included and easy to solder headers.
The output frequency is adjustable:
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).
Signal Output function :
Step angle: 5.625 x 1 / 64.
Reduction ratio: 1 / 64.
5 Line 4 phase can be driven by ordinary uln2003 chip can also be connected in phase 2
development board used for.
supporting the use of easy to use stepper motor used in the development board.
Dimensions of the Board : 31mm × 35mm.
Stepper motor driver board with ULN2003.
A, B, C, D four-phase LED indicates the status of the stepper motor work.
Stepper motor with a standard interface, when used directly pluggable.
Drive Module Board Size:2.8cm x 2.8cm x 2cm - 1.1inch x 1.1inch x 0.79inch.
Stepper motor Size:3.2cm x 3.2cm - 1.26inch x 1.26inch.
1 x Drive Module Board ULN2003.
1 x Stepper motor.
|Model||Resistive Touch Screen|
|Item Weight||100 g|
|Product Dimensions||10.2 x 7.6 x 5.1 cm|
|Item model number||Resistive Touch Screen|
|Compatible Devices||Aurdino, 8051, PIC, AVR, Raspberry PI and all other Microcontrollers.|
|Included Components||Fargo Maestro 20 GSM/GPRS Modem, Power Connector, Serial Cable and Antenna`|
|Number Of Items||1|
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
This is a simple touch sensor module. You can use it to replace a traditional push button. Using the TTP223 touch detector IC It measures the capacitance of a metallic pad. It can detect the change in capacitance when a finger is near it. This is the same technology used in the iPhone touch screen.This little sensor can "feel" people and metal touch and feedback a high/low voltage level. Even isolated by some cloth and paper, it still can feel the touch. And the sensetivity well decrease as isolation get thick.
The flame sensor module detects wavelengths from 760nm-1100nm. The are other sources of heat that will also detect this wavelength. It is therefore important that you ensure that the only source of this particular range will be the flame that you want to detect.
- With output instructions
- Single output
- The output valid signal is low
- For the detection wavelength at 760 nm to 1100 nm range of the heat
- The detection angle of 60 degrees
- The output switch circuit boards! (MCU can be connected directly)
- Size: 32 x 11 x 20mm
- Main chip: LM393, infrared receiver
- Operating voltage: DC 3-5V
Description1. working voltage: 2.4V-5.5V
This particular module is suitable for tutorial use and perhaps for some hobbyists. Its drawback is that its I2C address is hard-wired to all zeros. (Note that I2C is a very effective 2-wire communications standard that is used by many small semiconductor devices such as microcontrollers and sensor peripherals.) If the address lines could be jumpered high or low, then several identical modules could be placed on the same I2C lines. I would therefore recommend the alternative module named the Mini PCF8591 AD DA Shell Module because it has that capability. It is also at least three times the price.
The IC permits only 8 bit data allowing only 256 steps in the analog output value or the digital output value. This is likely borderline for hobbyists who may want to build instrumentation or test equipment.
My tests show another frustration: A lower than expected analog output voltage. For a 4.88 volt supply the output is only 4.17 volts (85%) at maximum value setting. Since the maximum supply voltage is 8 volts, increasing the supply to 6 volts may get a 5 volt result. I did not remove the green LED and related resistor to see if the problem was simply an excess current drain from the IC’s AOUT.
Reference: PCF8591 8-bit A/D and D/A converter Product Specification, 2003-01-27, Philips Semiconductor.
PCF8591 Module YL-40
The module is composed of: