Components to add to you existing kit or setup
This is a normally closed G1/2 12VDC electric solenoid valves with barbed inlet and outlet ports, great for projects involving low viscosity fluid control.
7 Pin keyboard scan, ready to go and super slim. The keyboard is 60.0mm x 76.5mm, the flat cable is 90.0mm long, with 15mm 7pin connector.
Grove-Vibration motor is a compact,reliable,no noise ,efficient DC/AC motor.
This is a 2.7’’ a-Si, active matrix TFT, Electronic Paper Display(EPD) panel. By combing the high resolution (117 dpi) of a TFT backplane and the dependability/maturity of E Ink technology, this display offers its user the freedom to display any image with excellent definition and contrast.
Output Power: Min 2.5mW, Typical 3.0mW, Max 5.0mW Working current: Min 10mA, Typical 20mA, Max 25mA Working voltage: Min 2.3VDC, Typical 4.5VDC, Max 8.0VDC Wavelength: 650nm Working Temperature: Min -15°C, Typical 25°C, Max 35°C Storage Temperature: Min -20°C, Max +25°C Focused Dot width: <2mm spotting 3 meters away. Practical test for point head:...
This 5M pixel camera module is capable of capturing 2592 x 1944 active array video and images and connects directly to your pcDuino V3.
This is the same temperature sensor that is included in SparkFun Inventor's Kit and protocentral maker's kit for arduino(ARDX). The TMP36 is a low voltage, precision centigrade temperature sensor.
These are very thin variable potentiometers. By pressing down on various parts of the strip, the resistance linearly changes from 100Ohms to 10,000Ohms allowing the user to very accurately calculate the relative position on the strip.
This is a small IR receiver module with built in lens, preamp, internal filter and demodulator. All in less than 8x3mm. Perfect for your next IR control project! Part #: TSOP85238 - Standard application IC for use with the most popular 38kHz IR carrier frequency.
Thermocouple Type-K - Glass Braid Insulated (Bare Wire) is of 36 inches and used with the thermocouple.
Side-looking Infrared Emitters and IR Detectors. These simple devices operate at 940nm and work well for generic IR systems including remote control and touch-less object sensing. Using a simple ADC on any microcontroller will allow variable readings to be collected from the detector.
Have you ever wanted to control the flow of a liquid using your computer or microcontroller, but didn't know how? Well, here's how: The 12V solenoid controlled fluid valve.