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  • SparkFun Arduino Pro Mini 328 (5 V, 16 MHz)

    SparkFun SparkFun Arduino Pro Mini 328 (5 V, 16 MHz)

    The Arduino Pro Mini is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328P. It has 14 digital input/output pins (of which 6 can be used as PWM outputs), 6 analog inputs, an on-board resonator, a reset button, and holes for mounting pin headers. A six pin header can be connected to an FTDI cable or Sparkfun breakout board to provide USB power and communication to the board. The Arduino Pro Mini is intended for semi-permanent installation in objects or exhibitions. The board comes without pre-mounted headers, allowing the use of various types of connectors or direct soldering of wires. The pin layout is compatible with the Arduino Mini. The Arduino Pro Mini was designed and is manufactured by SparkFun Electronics. Specifications Microcontroller ATmega328P Board Power Supply 5-12 V Circuit Operating Voltage 5 V Digital I/O Pins 14 PWM Pins 6 UART 1 SPI 1 I²C 1 Analog Input Pins 6 External Interrupts 2 DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA Flash Memory 32 KB of which 2 KB used by bootloader SRAM 2 KB EEPROM 1 KB Clock Speed 16 MHz Dimensions 18 x 33.3 mm (0.7 x 1.3') Downloads Eagle files Schematics

    € 14,95

    Members € 13,46

  • SparkFun Qwiic Adapter

    SparkFun SparkFun Qwiic Adapter

    The SparkFun Qwiic Adapter provides the perfect means to make any old I²C board into a Qwiic-enabled board. This adapter breaks out the I²C pins from the Qwiic connectors to pins that you can easily solder with your favorite I²C-enabled device. The Qwiic Adapter has two Qwiic connection ports, all on the same I²C bus. Four plated through holes are broken out for SCL, SDA, 3.3V and GND. These pins can be used to convert an old I²C-enabled device into a Qwiic-enabled board. Features 2x Qwiic Connection Ports Broken-out I²C Pins

    € 1,95

    Members € 1,76

  • SparkFun Qwiic pHAT v2.0 for Raspberry Pi

    SparkFun SparkFun Qwiic pHAT v2.0 for Raspberry Pi

    The Qwiic pHAT connects the I²C bus (GND, 3.3V, SDA, and SCL) on your Raspberry Pi to an array of Qwiic connectors on the HAT. Since the Qwiic system allows for daisy-chaining boards with different addresses, you can stack as many sensors as you’d like to create a tower of sensing power! The Qwiic pHAT V2.0 has four Qwiic connect ports (two on its side and two vertical), all on the same I²C bus. We've also made sure to add a simple 5V screw terminal to power boards that may need more than 3.3V and a general-purpose button (with the option to shut down the Pi with a script). Also updated, the mounting holes found on the board are now spaced to accommodate the typical Qwiic board dimension of 1.0' x 1.0'. This HAT is compatible with any Raspberry Pi that utilizes the standard 2x20 GPIO header and the NVIDIA Jetson Nano and Google Coral. Features 4 x Qwiic Connection Ports 1 x 5V Tolerant Screw Terminal 1 x General Purpose Button HAT-compatible 40-pin Female Header

    € 6,95

    Members € 6,26

  • Hook-Up Wire – Assortment (Solid Core, 22 AWG)

    SparkFun Hook-Up Wire - Assortment (Solid Core, 22 AWG)

    An assortment of coloured wires: you know it's a beautiful thing. Six different colours of stranded wire in a cardboard dispenser box. Sit this on your workbench, and stop worrying about having a piece of wire around! Included 22 AWG 25 ft / Spool 6 Spools in Six Different Colors Colours are Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Black, and White Dispenser Box

    € 31,95

    Members € 28,76

  • Qwiic Cable (100 mm)

    SparkFun Qwiic Cable (100 mm)

    This is a 100mm long 4-conductor cable with 1mm JST termination. It’s designed to connect Qwiic enabled components but can be used for other applications as well. Each Qwiic Cable's wires have been colour-coded to Red, Black, Blue, and Yellow.

    € 1,95

    Members € 1,76

  • SparkFun Servo pHAT for Raspberry Pi

    SparkFun SparkFun Servo pHAT for Raspberry Pi

    Thanks to its I²C capabilities, this PWM HAT saves the Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins, allowing you to use them for other purposes. The Servo pHAT also adds a serial terminal connection, which will allow you to bring up a Raspberry Pi without having to hook it up to a monitor and keyboard. We have provided a Qwiic connector for easy interfacing with the I²C bus using the Qwiic system and a 4-pin header to connect to the Sphero RVR. Power to the SparkFun Servo pHAT can be supplied through a USB-C connector. This will power either the servo motors only or power the servo motors and the Raspberry Pi that is connected to the HAT. We switched to USB-C to allow you to bring more current to your servos than ever before. This USB-C connector can also hook up the Pi via serial port connection to avoid having to use a monitor and keyboard for setting up the Pi. To supply power only to the servo power rail (and not the Pi's 5V power rail), you need to cut a small trace on the isolation jumper. Doing this allows you to drive heavier loads coming from multiple or larger servos. We've even added power protection circuits to the design to avoid damage to power sources. Each of this pHAT's 16 servo motor pin headers has been spaced out to the standard 3-pin servo pinout (ground, 5V, signal) to make it easier to attach your servo motors. The Servo pHAT is the same size and form factor as a Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero W, but it can also operate with a regular Raspberry Pi. Features 16 PWM channels, controllable over I²C Qwiic connector 4-pin RVR header for connection to Sphero RVR USB-C connector 40-pin GPIO header for connection to Raspberry Pi CH340C USB Serial SOIC16 Updated logic level conversion circuitry Power protection circuits

    € 10,95

    Members € 9,86

  • GPS/GNSS Magnetic Mount Antenna – 3 m (SMA)

    SparkFun GPS/GNSS Magnetic Mount Antenna - 3 m (SMA)

    This exceptional GPS/GNSS antenna is designed for both GPS and GLONASS reception. The magnetic mount allows it to be easily mounted to a metal base such as a ground plate or car roof. The antenna is terminated with a 3m cable and standard SMA connector. Features Dimensions: 50x38x17mm Weight: 75g including 3m cable Frequency Range: 1575 - 1610MHz GPS Center Frequency: 1575.42MHz GLONASS Center Frequency: 1602MHz LNA Voltage: 3 to 5VDC LNA Gain: 28dB LNA Current: 10mA Termination Connector: SMA Impedance: 50Ω Right-hand polarization Cable Length: 3 meter

    € 13,95

    Members € 12,56

  • SparkFun GPS-RTK-SMA Breakout – ZED-F9P (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun GPS-RTK-SMA Breakout - ZED-F9P (Qwiic)

    Based on the SparkFun GPS-RTK2 designs, the SparkFun GPS-RTK-SMA raises the bar for high-precision GPS and is the latest in a line of powerful RTK boards featuring the ZED-F9P module from u-blox. The ZED-F9P is a top-of-the-line module for high accuracy GNSS and GPS location solutions, including RTK capable of 10mm, three-dimensional accuracy. With this board, you will be able to know where your (or any object's) X, Y, and Z location is within roughly the width of your fingernail! The ZED-F9P is unique in that it is capable of both rover and base station operations. Utilizing our handy Qwiic system, no soldering is required to connect it to the rest of your system. However, we still have broken out 0.1'-spaced pins if you prefer to use a breadboard. We've included a rechargeable backup battery to keep the latest module configuration and satellite data available for up to two weeks. This battery helps 'warm start' the module decreasing the time-to-first-fix dramatically. This module features a survey-in mode allowing the module to become a base station and produce RTCM 3.x correction data. Based on your feedback, we switched out the u.FL connector and included an SMA connector in this version of the board. The number of configuration options of the ZED-F9P is incredible! Geofencing, variable I²C address, variable update rates, even the high precision RTK solution can be increased to 20Hz. The GPS-RTK2 even has five communications ports which are all active simultaneously: USB-C (which enumerates as a COM port), UART1 (with 3.3V TTL), UART2 for RTCM reception (with 3.3V TTL), I²C (via the two Qwiic connectors or broken out pins), and SPI. SparkFun has also written an extensive Arduino library for u-blox modules to easily read and control the GPS-RTK-SMA over our Qwiic Connect System. Leave NMEA behind! Start using a much lighter weight binary interface and give your microcontroller (and its one serial port) a break. The SparkFun Arduino library shows how to read latitude, longitude, even heading and speed over I²C without the need for constant serial polling. Features Concurrent reception of GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou Receives both L1C/A and L2C bands Voltage: 5 V or 3.3 V, but all logic is 3.3 V Current: 68 mA - 130 mA (varies with constellations and tracking state) Time to First Fix: 25 s (cold), 2 s (hot) Max Navigation Rate: PVT (basic location over UBX binary protocol) - 25 Hz RTK - 20 Hz Raw - 25 Hz Horizontal Position Accuracy: 2.5 m without RTK 0.010 m with RTK Max Altitude: 50 km Max Velocity: 500 m/s Weight: 6.8 g Dimensions: 43.5 mm x 43.2 mm 2 x Qwiic Connectors

    € 379,00

    Members € 341,10

  • SparkFun MicroMod RP2040

    SparkFun SparkFun MicroMod RP2040

    The RP2040 utilizes dual ARM Cortex-M0+ processors (up to 133MHz): 264kB of embedded SRAM in six banks 6 dedicated IO for SPI Flash (supporting XIP) 30 multifunction GPIO: Dedicated hardware for commonly used peripherals Programmable IO for extended peripheral support Four 12-bit ADC channels with internal temperature sensor (up to 0.5 MSa/s) USB 1.1 Host/Device functionality The RP2040 is supported with C/C++ and MicroPython cross-platform development environments, including easy access to runtime debugging. It has a UF2 boot and floating-point routines baked into the chip. The built-in USB can act as both device and host. It has two symmetric cores and high internal bandwidth, making it useful for signal processing and video. While the chip has a large internal RAM, the board includes an additional external flash chip. Features Dual Cortex M0+ processors, up to 133 MHz 264 kB of embedded SRAM in 6 banks 6 dedicated IO for QSPI flash, supporting execute in place (XIP) 30 programmable IO for extended peripheral support SWD interface Timer with 4 alarms Real-time counter (RTC) USB 1.1 Host/Device functionality Supported programming languages MicroPython C/C++

    € 12,95

    Members € 11,66

  • SparkFun MicroMod ESP32 Processor

    SparkFun SparkFun MicroMod ESP32 Processor

    With the M.2 MicroMod connector, connecting your ESP32 Processor is a breeze. Match up the key on your processor's bevelled edge connector to the key on the M.2 connector and secure it with a screw (included with all Carrier Boards). If you need to swap out your processor for a strong wireless option, make sure to check out the MicroMod ESP32! The ESP32 includes a laundry list of functionality, including the dual-core Tensilica LX6 microprocessor, 240MHz clock frequency, 520kB internal SRAM, integrated WiFi transceiver, integrated dual-mode Bluetooth, and hardware-accelerated encryption (AES, SHA2, ECC, RSA-4096). With this MicroMod processor board, you have access to 8 general use IO pins, dedicated analogue, digital, and PWM pins, as well as all the fan favourites - SPI, I²C, UART, and SDIO. Add to that 16MB flash storage and sleep current of around 500µA, and you've got a perfect storm of versatility. Features Dual-core Tensilica LX6 microprocessor Up to 240 MHz clock frequency 520 kB internal SRAM 128 mbit / 16 MB flash storage Integrated 802.11 BGN WiFi transceiver Integrated dual-mode Bluetooth (classic and BLE) 2.7-3.6 V operating range 500µA sleep current under hibernation 10-electrode capacitive touch support Hardware-accelerated encryption (AES, SHA2, ECC, RSA-4096) 1x USB dedicated for programming and debugging 1x UART 2x I²C 1x SPI 7x GPIO 2x Digital Pins 2x Analog Pins 2x PWM Status LED VIN Level ADC

    € 18,95

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  • SparkFun RedBoard Artemis

    SparkFun SparkFun RedBoard Artemis

    The RedBoard Artemis has the improved power conditioning and USB to serial that we've refined over the years on our RedBoard line of products. A modern USB-C connector makes programming easy. A Qwiic connector makes I²C easy. The RedBoard Artemis is fully compatible with SparkFun's Arduino core and can be programmed easily under the Arduino IDE. We've exposed the JTAG connector for more advanced users who prefer to use professional tools' power and speed. We've added a digital MEMS microphone for folks wanting to experiment with always-on voice commands with TensorFlow and machine learning. We've even added a convenient jumper to measure current consumption for low power testing. With 1MB flash and 384k RAM, you'll have plenty of room for your sketches. The on-board Artemis module runs at 48MHz with a 96MHz turbo mode available and with Bluetooth to boot! Features Arduino Uno R3 Footprint 1M Flash / 384k RAM 48MHz / 96MHz turbo available 24 GPIO - all interrupt capable 21 PWM channels Built-in BLE radio 10 ADC channels with 14-bit precision 2 UARTs 6 I²C buses 4 SPI buses PDM Interface I²S Interface Qwiic Connector

    € 21,95

    Members € 19,76

  • Alchitry Br Prototype Element Board

    SparkFun Alchitry Br Prototype Element Board

    Alchitry Elements are expansion boards similar to shields for an Arduino or HATs for a Raspberry Pi, but these are meant for your Au and Cu FPGA Development Boards. This Element is equipped with four connectors on top and four on the bottom for maximum stackability that snaps to an Au or Cu board.

    € 24,95

    Members € 22,46

  • SparkFun GPS Breakout – NEO-M9N, Chip Antenna (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun GPS Breakout - NEO-M9N, Chip Antenna (Qwiic)

    Thanks to the onboard rechargeable battery, you'll have backup power enabling the GPS to get a hot lock within seconds! Additionally, this u-blox receiver supports I²C (u-blox calls this Display Data Channel), making it perfect for the Qwiic compatibility, so we don't have to use up our precious UART ports. Utilizing our handy Qwiic system, no soldering is required to connect it to the rest of your system. However, we still have broken out 0.1'-spaced pins if you prefer to use a breadboard. The NEO-M9N module detects jamming and spoofing events and can reports them to the host so that the system can react to such events. A SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave) filter combined with an LNA (Low Noise Amplifier) in the RF path is integrated into the NEO-M9N module, allowing normal operation even under strong RF interferences. U-blox based GPS products are configurable using the popular but dense, windows program called u-centre. Plenty of different functions can be configured on the NEO-M9N: baud rates, update rates, geofencing, spoofing detection, external interrupts, SBAS/D-GPS, etc. All of this can be done within the SparkFun Arduino Library! The SparkFun NEO-M9N GPS Breakout is also equipped with an on-board rechargeable battery that provides power to the RTC on the NEO-M9N. This reduces the time-to-first fix from a cold start (~24s) to a hot start (~2s). The battery will maintain RTC and GNSS orbit data without being connected to power for plenty of time. Features Integrated Chip Antenna 92-Channel GNSS Receiver 1.5m Horizontal Accuracy 25Hz Max Update Rate (4 concurrent GNSS) Time-To-First-Fix: Cold: 24 s Hot: 2 s Max Altitude: 80,000 m Max G: ≤4 Max Velocity: 500 m/s Velocity Accuracy: 0.05 m/s Heading Accuracy: 0.3 degrees Time Pulse Accuracy: 30 ns 3.3 V VCC and I/O Current Consumption: ~31 mA Tracking GPS+GLONASS Software Configurable Geofencing Odometer Spoofing Detection External Interrupt Pin Control Low Power Mode Many others! Supports NMEA, UBX, and RTCM protocols over UART or I²C interfaces

    € 69,95

    Members € 62,96

  • SparkFun Thing Plus (RP2040)

    SparkFun SparkFun Thing Plus (RP2040)

    The RP2040 contains two ARM Cortex-M0+ processors (up to 133 MHz) and features: 264 kB of embedded SRAM in six banks 6 dedicated IO for SPI Flash (supporting XIP) 30 multifunction GPIO: Dedicated hardware for commonly used peripherals Programmable IO for extended peripheral support Four 12-bit ADC channels with internal temperature sensor (up to 0.5 MSa/s) USB 1.1 Host/Device functionality The RP2040 is supported with C/C++ and MicroPython cross-platform development environments, including easy access to runtime debugging. It has a UF2 boot and floating-point routines baked into the chip. While the chip has a large internal RAM, the board includes an additional 16 MB of external QSPI flash memory to store program code. Features Raspberry Pi Foundation's RP2040 microcontroller 16MB QSPI Flash Memory JTAG PTH Pins Thing Plus (or Feather) Form-Factor: 18x Multifunctional GPIO Pins Four available 12-bit ADC channels with an internal temperature sensor (500 kSa/s) Up to eight 2-channel PWM Up to two UARTs Up to two I²C buses Up to two SPI buses USB-C Connector: USB 1.1 Host/Device functionality 2-pin JST Connector for a LiPo Battery (not included): 500 mA charging circuit Qwiic Connector Buttons: Boot Reset LEDs: PWR - Red 3.3 V power indicator CHG - Yellow battery charging indicator 25 - Blue status/test LED (GPIO 25) WS2812 - Addressable RGB LED (GPIO 08) Four Mounting Holes: 4-40 screw compatible Dimensions: 2.3' x 0.9' RP2040 Features Dual Cortex M0+ processors, up to 133 MHz 264 kB of embedded SRAM in 6 banks 6 dedicated IO for QSPI flash, supporting execute in place (XIP) 30 programmable IO for extended peripheral support SWD interface Timer with 4 alarms Real-time counter (RTC) USB 1.1 Host/Device functionality Supported programming languages MicroPython C/C++

    € 19,95

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  • SparkFun GPS Breakout – NEO-M9N, U.FL (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun GPS Breakout - NEO-M9N, U.FL (Qwiic)

    Additionally, this u-blox receiver supports I²C (u-blox calls this Display Data Channel), making it perfect for the Qwiic compatibility, so we don't have to use up our precious UART ports. Utilizing our handy Qwiic system, no soldering is required to connect it to the rest of your system. However, we still have broken out 0.1'-spaced pins if you prefer to use a breadboard. The NEO-M9N module detects jamming and spoofing events and can reports them to the host so that the system can react to such events. A SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave) filter combined with an LNA (Low Noise Amplifier) in the RF path is integrated into the NEO-M9N module, allowing normal operation even under strong RF interferences. U-blox based GPS products are configurable using the popular but dense, windows program called u-centre. Plenty of different functions can be configured on the NEO-M9N: baud rates, update rates, geofencing, spoofing detection, external interrupts, SBAS/D-GPS, etc. All of this can be done within the SparkFun Arduino Library! The SparkFun NEO-M9N GPS Breakout is also equipped with an on-board rechargeable battery that provides power to the RTC on the NEO-M9N. This reduces the time-to-first fix from a cold start (~24s) to a hot start (~2s). The battery will maintain RTC and GNSS orbit data without being connected to power for plenty of time. Features Integrated U.FL connector for use with an antenna of your choice 92-Channel GNSS Receiver 1.5 m Horizontal Accuracy 25 Hz Max Update Rate (4 concurrent GNSS) Time-To-First-Fix: Cold: 24 s Hot: 2 s Max Altitude: 80,000 m Max G: ≤ 4 Max Velocity: 500 m/s Velocity Accuracy: 0.05 m/s Heading Accuracy: 0.3 degrees Time Pulse Accuracy: 30 ns 3.3 V VCC and I/O Current Consumption: ~31 mA Tracking GPS+GLONASS Software Configurable Geofencing Odometer Spoofing Detection External Interrupt Pin Control Low Power Mode Many others! Supports NMEA, UBX, and RTCM protocols over UART or I²C interfaces

    € 72,95

    Members € 65,66

  • Molex Flexible GNSS Antenna – U.FL (Adhesive)

    SparkFun Molex Flexible GNSS Antenna - U.FL (Adhesive)

    The Molex Flexible GNSS Antenna has a tiny footprint at 40.40mm x 15.40mm, while the adhesive pad is a bit bigger at 56.40mm x 20mm. Even better, the antenna is only 0.1mm thick (or about the thickness of a piece of paper). Remove the backing and stick this to any surface, or leave the backing on (be careful of the fragile U.FL connector). Features Cable length: 50mm Connector: U.FL Radiation Pattern: Omnidirectional Polarization: Linear Weigth: 0.466 g Mounting Style: Adhesive Protocol: BeiDou, Galileo, GLONASS, GPS Return Loss: < -8dB Peak Gain (Max): 1.1 dBi+ Efficiency: >74% Input Impedance 50 Ohms

    € 4,95

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  • SparkFun OpenLog Artemis

    SparkFun SparkFun OpenLog Artemis

    Included on every OpenLog Artemis is an IMU for built-in logging of triple-axis accelerometer, gyro, and magnetometer. The OpenLog Artemis uses the latest ICM-20948 from InvenSense capable of nearly 250Hz logging of all nine axes. Simply power up the OpenLog Artemis and all incoming serial data is automatically recorded to a log file with baud rates up to 500000bps, supported! The OLA also has four ADC channels available on the edge of the board. Voltages up to 2 V can be logged with 14-bit precision up to 1900 Hz for one channel and 1000Hz logging all four channels. Additionally, based on feedback from users we've added an on-board RTC so that all data can be time stamped. The OpenLog Artemis is highly configurable over an easy to use the serial interface. Simply plug in a USB-C cable and open a terminal at 115200 bps. The logging output is automatically streamed to both the terminal and the microSD. Pressing any key will open the configuration menu. The OpenLog Artemis automatically scans, detects, configures, and logs various Qwiic sensors plugged into the board (No soldering! No programming!). This OpenLog uses common microSD cards to record clear text, comma-separated files. You probably already have a microSD card laying around but if you need any additional units to see the related items below. The OpenLog Artemis supports microSD cards formatted as FAT32 as well as the older FAT16 formats up to 32GB. Currently, the OpenLog Artemis does not support microSD cards formatted with exFAT. Very low power logging is supported. OpenLog Artemis can be configured to take readings at 500 times a second, or as slow as 1 reading every 24 hours. You choose! When there is more than 2 seconds between readings OLA will automatically power down itself and the sensors on the bus resulting in a sleep current of approximately 18uA. This means a normal 2Ah battery will enable logging for more than 4,000 days! OpenLog Artemis has built-in LiPo charging set at 450 mA/hr. New features are constantly being added so SparkFun has released an easy to use firmware upgrade tool. No need to install Arduino or a bunch of libraries, simply open the Artemis Firmware Upload GUI, load the latest OLA firmware, and add features to OpenLog Artemis as they come out! Features Artemis Module (Cortex-M4F based Apollo3 microcontroller) Configurable via CH340E and Artemis Firmware Upload GUI Operating voltage range 3.3 V to 6.5 V (via VIN with optional external power switch) 5 V with USB (via 5 V or USB type C) 3.6 V to 4.2 V with LiPo battery (via VBATT or 2-pin JST) Built-in MCP73831 single cell LiPo charger Minimum 450mA charge rate 3.3 V (via 3V3) Current consumption ~20 mA (Run) ~80 µA (Sleep) ~18 µA (Deep Sleep - regulator shut down) Ports 1 x USB type C 1 x LiPo battery enabled 1 x Qwiic enabled I²C with power control 1 x SWD 2x5 header 4 x Analog-to-digital 14-bit, up to 1900 Hz, 2 V max (3.3 V compatible) Serial Logging speeds up to 500000bps 1 x microSD socket Support for FAT32 and older FAT16 formats up to 32GB with power control RTC with 1mAhr battery backup 9-axis IMU logging up to 250 Hz ICM-20948 via SPI interface LEDs Power LiPo charge indicator Serial Tx and Rx Status

    € 54,95

    Members € 49,46

  • SparkFun GPS-RTK2 Board – ZED-F9P (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun GPS-RTK2 Board - ZED-F9P (Qwiic)

    The SparkFun GPS-RTK2 raises the bar for high-precision GPS and is the latest in a line of powerful RTK boards featuring the ZED-F9P module from u-blox. The ZED-F9P is a top-of-the-line module for high accuracy GNSS and GPS location solutions, including RTK capable of 10 mm, three-dimensional accuracy. With this board, you will be able to know where your (or any object's) X, Y, and Z location is within roughly the width of your fingernail! The ZED-F9P is unique in that it is capable of both rover and base station operations. Utilizing our handy Qwiic system, no soldering is required to connect it to the rest of your system. However, we still have broken out 0.1'-spaced pins if you prefer to use a breadboard. We've even included a rechargeable backup battery to keep the latest module configuration and satellite data available for up to two weeks. This battery helps 'warm-start' the module decreasing the time-to-first-fix dramatically. This module features a survey-in mode allowing the module to become a base station and produce RTCM 3.x correction data. The number of configuration options of the ZED-F9P is incredible! Geofencing, variable I²C address, variable update rates, even the high precision RTK solution can be increased to 20 Hz. The GPS-RTK2 even has five communications ports which are all active simultaneously: USB-C (which enumerates as a COM port), UART1 (with 3.3 V TTL), UART2 for RTCM reception (with 3.3V TTL), I²C (via the two Qwiic connectors or broken out pins), and SPI. Sparkfun has also written an extensive Arduino library for u-blox modules to easily read and control the GPS-RTK2 over the Qwiic Connect System. Leave NMEA behind! Start using a much lighter weight binary interface and give your microcontroller (and its one serial port) a break. The SparkFun Arduino library shows how to read latitude, longitude, even heading and speed over I²C without the need for constant serial polling. Features Concurrent reception of GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou Receives both L1C/A and L2C bands Voltage: 5 V or 3.3 V, but all logic is 3.3 V Current: 68 mA - 130 mA (varies with constellations and tracking state) Time to First Fix: 25 s (cold), 2 s (hot) Max Navigation Rate: PVT (basic location over UBX binary protocol) - 25 Hz RTK - 20 Hz Raw - 25 Hz Horizontal Position Accuracy: 2.5 m without RTK 0.010 m with RTK Max Altitude: 50k m Max Velocity: 500 m/s Weight: 6.8 g Dimensions: 43.5 x 43.2 mm 2x Qwiic Connectors

    € 379,00

    Members € 341,10

  • Alchitry Au FPGA Development Board (Xilinx Artix 7)

    SparkFun Alchitry Au FPGA Development Board (Xilinx Artix 7)

    The Au continues the trend of more affordable and increasingly powerful FPGA boards arriving each year. This board is a fantastic starting point into the world of FPGAs and the heart of your next project. Finally, now that SparkFun builds this board, we added a Qwiic connector for easy I²C integration! The Alchitry Au features a Xilinx Artix 7 XC7A35T-1C FPGA with over 33,000 logic cells and 256 MB of DDR3 RAM. The Au offers 102 3.3 V logic level IO pins, 20 of which can be switched to 1.8 V; Nine differential analogue inputs; Eight general-purpose LEDs; a 100 MHz on-board clock that can be manipulated internally by the FPGA; a USB-C connector to configure and power the board; and a USB to serial interface for data transfer. To make getting started even easier, all Alchitry boards have full Lucid support, a built-in library of useful components to use in your project, and a debugger! Features Artix 7 XC7A35T-1C - 33,280 logic cells 256 MB DDR3 RAM 102 IO pins (3.3 V logic level, 20 of them can be switched to 1.8 V for LVDS) Nine differential analogue inputs (One dedicated, Eight mixed with digital IO) USB-C to configure and power the board Eight general-purpose LEDs One button (typically used as a reset) 100 MHz on-board clock (can be multiplied internally by the FPGA) Powered with 5 V through USB-C port, 0.1' holes, or headers USB to serial interface for data transfer (up to 12 Mbaud) Qwiic Connector Dimensions: 65 x 45 mm

    € 149,95

    Members € 134,96

  • Last stock! SparkFun MicroMod Artemis Processor

    SparkFun SparkFun MicroMod Artemis Processor

    2 in stock

    With a Cortex-M4F with BLE 5.0 running up to 96MHz and with as low power as 6uA per MHz (less than 5mW), the M.2 MicroMod connector allows you to plug in a MicroMod Carrier Board with any number of peripherals. Let's have a look at what this processor board has to offer! If you need Machine Learning capabilities, Bluetooth, I²C functionality to connect to all our amazing Qwiic boards, and more the Artemis Processor is the perfect choice for your MicroMod Carrier Board. At the heart of SparkFun's Artemis Module is Ambiq Micro's Apollo3 processor, whose ultra-efficient ARM Cortex-M4F processor is spec’d to run TensorFlow Lite using only 6uA/MHz. We've routed two I²C buses, eight GPIO, dedicated digital, analogue, and PWM pins, multiple SPI as well as QuadSPI, and Bluetooth to boot. You really can't go wrong with this processor. Grab one today, pick up a compatible carrier board, and get hacking! Features 1 M Flash / 384 k RAM 48 MHz / 96 MHz turbo available 6uA/MHz (operates less than 5mW at full operation) 48 GPIO - all interrupt capable 31 PWM channels Built-in BLE radio and antenna 10 ADC channels with 14-bit precision with up to 2.67 million samples per second effective continuous, multi-slot sampling rate 2 channel differential ADC 2 UARTs 6 I²C buses 6 SPI buses 2/4/8-bit SPI bus PDM interface I²S Interface Secure 'Smart Card' interface FCC/IC/CE Certified (ID Number 2ASW8-ART3MIS) 1x USB dedicated for programming and debugging 1x UART with flow control 2 x I²C 1 x SPI 1 x Quad-SPI 8 x Fast GPIO 2 x Digital Pins 2 x Analog Pins 2 x PWM 1 x Differential ADC pair Status LED VIN Level ADC

    2 in stock

    € 18,95

    Members € 17,06

  • SparkFun MicroMod ATP Carrier Board

    SparkFun SparkFun MicroMod ATP Carrier Board

    A modern USB-C connector makes programming easy. In addition to the pins broken out, two separate Qwiic-enabled I²C ports allow you to easily daisy chain Qwiic-enabled devices. We've exposed the SWD pins for more advanced users who prefer to use professional tools' power and speed. A USB-A connector is provided for Processor Boards that have USB Host support. A backup battery is provided for processor boards with RTC. If you need a 'lot' of GPIO with a simple-to-program, ready for the market module, the ATP is the fix you need. We've even added a convenient jumper to measure the current consumption for low power testing. Features M.2 Connector Operating Voltage Range ~3.3 V to 6.0 V (via VIN to AP7361C 3.3V Voltage Regulator) 3.3 V (via 3V3) Ports 1x USB type C 1x USB type A Host 2x Qwiic Enabled I²C 1x CAN 1x I²S 2x SPI 2x UARTs 2x Dedicated Analog Pins 2x Dedicated PWM Pins 2x Dedicated Digital Pins 12x General Purpose Input Output Pins 1x SWD 2x5 header 1 mAh battery backup for RTC Buttons Reset Boot LEDs Power 3.3 V Phillips #0 M2.5x3mm screw included

    € 24,95

    Members € 22,46

  • SparkFun Qwiic Pro Micro – USB-C (ATmega32U4)

    SparkFun SparkFun Qwiic Pro Micro - USB-C (ATmega32U4)

    This tiny little board does all of the neat Arduino tricks that you're familiar with: nine channels of 10-bit ADC, five PWM pins, 12 DIOs as well as hardware serial connections Rx and Tx. Running at 5 V and 16 MHz, this board will remind you a lot of your other favourite Arduino-compatible boards, but this little guy can go just about anywhere. There is a voltage regulator on board so it can accept voltage up to 6 VDC. If you're supplying unregulated power to the board, be sure to connect to the 'RAW' pin on not VCC. The reset button's benefit is to quickly reset the board or place it into bootloader mode without the need to take out a piece of the jumper wire. The USB micro-b connector has been replaced with the USB type C connector. The through-hole pads have castellated edges for each pin to add a lower profile in your projects should you decide to build it into another assembly during production. Finally, a Qwiic connector is populated on the board's bottom to add Qwiic enabled I²C devices to your projects easily! Features ATmega32U4 running at 5 V / 16 MHz AP2112 3.3 V Voltage Regulator Supported under Arduino IDE v1.0.1+ On-Board USB-C connector for programming PTH Pads w/ Castellated Edges 9 x 10-bit ADC pins 12 x Digital I/Os (5 are PWM capable) Hardware Serial Connections UART (i.e. Rx and Tx) Qwiic Connector for I²C SPI Small Arduino-Compatible Board Reset Button Dimensions: 1.3in x 0.7in

    € 24,95

    Members € 22,46

  • SparkFun RedBoard Qwiic

    SparkFun SparkFun RedBoard Qwiic

    The SparkFun RedBoard Qwiic is an Arduino-compatible board that combines features of different Arduinos with the Qwiic Connect System. Features ATmega328 microcontroller with Optiboot Bootloader R3 Shield Compatible CH340C Serial-USB Converter 3.3 V to 5 V Voltage Level Jumper A4 / A5 Jumpers AP2112 Voltage Regulator ISP Header Input voltage: 7 V - 15 V 1 Qwiic Connector 16 MHz Clock Speed 32 k Flash Memory All SMD Construction Improved Reset Button

    € 27,95

    Members € 25,16

  • SparkFun Inventor's Kit v4.1

    SparkFun SparkFun Inventor's Kit v4.1

    The full-colour, spiral-bound SIK guidebook (included) contains step-by-step instructions with circuit diagrams and hookup tables for building each project and circuit with the included parts. Full example code is provided, new concepts and components are explained at the point of use, and troubleshooting tips offer assistance if something goes wrong. The kit does not require any soldering and is recommended for beginners ages 10 and up looking for an Arduino starter kit. For SIK version 4.1, Sparkfun took an entirely different approach to teaching embedded electronics. In previous versions of the SIK, each circuit focused on introducing a new piece of technology. With SIK v4.1, components are introduced in the context of the circuit you are building. Each circuit builds upon the last, leading up to a project that incorporates all of the components and concepts introduced throughout the guide. With new parts and a completely new strategy, even if you've used the SIK before, you're in for a brand-new experience! The SIK V4.1 includes the Redboard Qwiic, which allows you to expand into the SparkFun Qwiic ecosystem after becoming proficient with the SIK circuits. The SparkFun Qwiic Connect System is an ecosystem of I²C sensors, actuators, shields and cables that make prototyping faster and less prone to error. All Qwiic-enabled boards use a common 1mm pitch, 4-pin JST connector. This reduces the amount of required PCB space, and polarized connections mean you can’t hook it up wrong. With the addition of the SparkFun RedBoard Qwiic, you will need to download a new driver install that is different from the original SparkFun RedBoard. Included SparkFun RedBoard Qwiic Arduino and Breadboard Holder SparkFun Inventor's Kit Guidebook White Solderless Breadboard Carrying Case SparkFun Mini Screwdriver 16 x 2 White-on-Black LCD (with headers) SparkFun Motor Driver (with Headers) Pair of Rubber Wheels Pair of Hobby Gearmotors Small Servo Ultrasonic Distance Sensor TMP36 Temp Sensor 6' USB Micro-B Cable Jumper Wires Photocell Tricolour LED Red, Blue, Yellow and Green LEDs Red, Blue, Yellow and Green Tactile Buttons 10K Trimpot Mini Power Switch Piezo Speaker AA Battery Holder 330 and 10K Resistors Binder Clip Dual-Lock Fastener

    € 99,95

    Members € 89,96

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