43 products

  •  -25%Last stock! SparkFun Grid-EYE Infrared Array Breakout ? AMG8833 (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun Grid-EYE Infrared Array Breakout – AMG8833 (Qwiic)

    1 in stock

    It's like a thermal camera, only at a lower resolution. To make it even easier to get your low-resolution infrared image, all communication is exclusively through I²C, using our convenient Qwiic system. However, we still have 0.1"-spaced pins if you prefer using a breadboard. The AMG8833 Grid-EYE from Panasonic has an accuracy of ±2.5°C with a temperature range from 0°C to 80°C. Moreover, this IR 'camera' board can detect human body heat at about 7 meters or less and has a frame rate of 10 frames per second to one frame per second. It is important to point out that, although this version of the Grid-EYE is the most powerful type with high gain, it only tolerates 3.3 V. Features Operating voltage (startup): 1.6-3.6 V Operating voltage (during operation): 1.5-3.6 V Power consumption: 4.5 mA 8x8 thermopile array Temperature range: 0°C to 80°C Accuracy: ±2.5°C Human Detection Distance: 7 m or less I2C Address: 0x69 (open jumper, default) or 0x68 (closed jumper) 2x Qwiic Connection Ports

    1 in stock

    € 72,95€ 54,95

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  • Last stock! SparkFun Qwiic GPIO

    SparkFun SparkFun Qwiic GPIO

    1 in stock

    The Sparkfun Qwiic GPIO is an I²C device based around the TCA9534 I/O Expander IC from Texas Instruments. The board adds eight IO pins that you can read and write just like any other digital pin on your controller. The details of the I²C interface have been taken care of in an Arduino library so you can call functions similar to Arduino's pinMode and digitalWrite, allowing you to focus on your creation! The TCA9534's pins are broken out to easy-to-use latch terminals; never screw another wire into place! The terminals are relatively roomy themselves, so feel free to latch multiple wires into a ground or power terminal. With three customizable address jumpers, you can have up to eight Qwiic GPIO boards connected on a single bus allowing upwards of 64 additional GPIO pins! The default I²C is 0x27 and can be changed by adjusting the jumpers on the board's back. Features Eight Configurable GPIO Pins Available I²C Address: 0x27 (Default) Hardware address pins allow up to eight boards on a single bus Input Polarity Inversion Register Control each I/O pin individually or all at once Open-Drain Active-Low Interrupt Output 2x Qwiic Connectors Dimensions: 60.96 x 38.10 mm

    1 in stock

    € 7,95

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  • Adafruit Feather nRF52840 Express

    Adafruit Adafruit Feather nRF52840 Express

    You can program the nRF52840 chip directly to take full advantage of the Cortex-M4 processor, and then calling into the Nordic SoftDevice radio stack when you need to communicate over BLE. Since the underlying API and peripherals are the same for the '832 and '840, you can supercharge your older nRF52832 projects with the same exact code, with a single recompile! CircuitPython works best with disk drive access, and this is the only BLE-plus-USB-native chip that has the memory to handle running a little Python interpreter. The massive RAM and speedy Cortex M4F chip make this a good match. Peripherals Plenty of GPIO, analog inputs, PWM, timers, etc. Best of all, it's got that native USB! Finally, no need for a separate USB serial chip like CP2104 or FT232. Serial is handled as a USB CDC descriptor, and the chip can act like a keyboard, mouse, MIDI device, or even disk drive. This chip has TinyUSB support – that means you can use it with Arduino as a native USB device and act as UART (CDC), HID, Mass Storage, MIDI, and more! Features ARM Cortex M4F (with HW floating point acceleration) running at 64 MHz 1 MB flash and 256 KB SRAM Native Open Source USB stack (pre-programmed with UF2 bootloader) Bluetooth Low Energy compatible 2.4 GHz radio FCC / IC / TELEC certified module Up to +8 dBm output power 1.7 V to 3.3 V operation with internal linear and DC/DC voltage regulators 21 GPIO, 6x 12-bit ADC pins, up to 12 PWM outputs (3 PWM modules with 4 outputs each) Pin #3 red LED for general purpose blinking, NeoPixel for colorful feedback Power/enable pin Measures 2.0 x 0.9 x 0.28' (51 x 23 x 7.2 mm) without headers soldered in Light as a (large?) feather (6 grams) 4 mounting holes Reset button SWD connector for debugging

    € 32,95

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  • Last stock! Alchitry Ft Element Board

    SparkFun Alchitry Ft Element Board

    2 in stock

    The Ft Element is equipped with four 50-pin board to board connectors on the underside and top of the board that snap to the Alchitry Au and Au(+) boards. It also adds a USB 3.0 200MB/s high-speed interface to your Alchitry board stack via the USB-C connector. Features USB-C connector w/ 200MB/s data rate to board to board connectors For use with projects that require data transfer rates greater than standard onboard USB to serial 12Mbaud 200 Mbps* ~ 191 Mbaud* - Note: this is not exact and depends on how you are using the Dev board in conjunction with the FT element board.

    2 in stock

    € 44,95

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  • SparkFun Distance Sensor Breakout – 4 m, VL53L1X (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun Distance Sensor Breakout - 4 m, VL53L1X (Qwiic)

    The VL53L1X from STMicroelectronics uses a VCSEL (Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser) to emit an Infrared laser to time the reflection to the target. That means that you will be able to measure the distance to an object from 40mm to 4m away with millimeter resolution! To make it even easier to get your readings, all communication is enacted exclusively via I²C, utilizing our handy Qwiic system, so no soldering is required to connect it to the rest of your system. However, we still have broken out 0.1”-spaced pins in case you prefer to use a breadboard. Each VL53L1X sensor features a precision to be 1mm with an accuracy around +/-5mm, and a minimum read distance of this sensor is 4cm. The field of view for this little breakout is fairly narrow at 15°-27° with a read rate of up to 50Hz. Make sure to power this board appropriately since it will need 2.6V-3.5V to operate. Lastly, please be sure to remove the protective sticker on the VL53L1X before use otherwise it will, most assuredly, throw off your readings. Features Operating Voltage: 2.6V-3.5V Power Consumption: 20 mW @10Hz Measurement Range: ~40mm to 4,000mm Resolution: +/-1mm Light Source: Class 1 940nm VCSEL 7-bit unshifted I²C Address: 0x29 Field of View: 15° - 27° Max Read Rate: 50Hz

    € 24,95

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  • SparkFun GPS Dead Reckoning Breakout – NEO-M8U (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun GPS Dead Reckoning Breakout - NEO-M8U (Qwiic)

    The NEO-M8U module is a 72-channel u-blox M8 engine GNSS receiver, meaning it can receive signals from the GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou constellations with ~2.5-meter accuracy. The module supports the concurrent reception of three GNSS systems. The combination of GNSS and integrated 3D sensor measurements on the NEO-M8U provide accurate, real-time positioning rates of up to 30Hz. Compared to other GPS modules, this breakout maximizes position accuracy in dense cities or covered areas. Even under poor signal conditions, continuous positioning is provided in urban environments and is also available during complete signal loss (e.g. short tunnels and parking garages). With UDR, position begins as soon as power is applied to the board, even before the first GNSS fix is available! Lock time is further reduced with an on-board 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. 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-M8U: 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-M8U GPS Breakout is also equipped with an on-board rechargeable battery that provides power to the RTC on the NEO-M8U. This reduces the time-to-first fix from a cold start (~26s) to a hot start (~1.5s). 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 72-Channel GNSS Receiver 2.5 m Horizontal Accuracy 30 Hz Max Update Rate Time-To-First-Fix: Cold: 26 s Hot: 1.5 s Max Altitude: 50,000 m Max G: ≤4 Max Velocity: 500 m/s Velocity Accuracy: 0.5m/s Heading Accuracy: 1 degree Built-In Accelerometer and Gyroscope Time Pulse Accuracy: 30 ns 3.3 V VCC and I/O Current Consumption: ~29 mA Continuous Tracking, Default Concurrent Mode 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

    € 71,95

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  • Adafruit Adalogger FeatherWing (RTC + SD Add-on)

    Adafruit Adafruit Adalogger FeatherWing (RTC + SD Add-on)

    This FeatherWing will make it easy to add data logging to any Feather Board you might have. You get both an I²C real-time clock (PCF8523) with 32 KHz crystal and battery backup, and a microSD socket that connects to the SPI port pins (+ extra pin for CS). Note: FeatherWing doesn't come with a microSD card. A CR1220 coin cell is required to use the RTC battery-backup capabilities. If you're not using the RTC part of the FeatherWing, a battery is not required. To talk to the microSD card socket Arduino's default SD library is recommended. Some light soldering is required to attach the headers onto the Wing. Pinouts Power pins On the bottom row, the 3.3 V (second from left) and GND (fourth from left) pin are used to power the SD card and RTC (to take a load off the coin cell battery when main power is available) RTC & I²C Pins In the top right, SDA (rightmost) and SCL (to the left of SDA) are used to talk to the RTC chip. SCL - I²C clock pin to connect to your microcontroller's I2C clock line. This pin has a 10 kΩ pull-up resistor to 3.3 V SDA - I²C data pin to connect to your microcontroller's I2C data line. This pin has a 10 kΩ pull-up resistor to 3.3 V There's also a breakout for INT which is the output pin from the RTC. It can be used as an interrupt output or it could also be used to generate a square wave. Note that this pin is an open drain - you must enable the internal pull-up on whatever digital pin it is connected to. SD & SPI Pins Starting from the left you've got SPI Clock (SCK) - output from feather to wing SPI Master Out Slave In (MOSI) - output from feather to wing SPI Master In Slave Out (MISO) - input from wing to feather These pins are in the same location on every Feather. They are used for communicating with the SD card. When the SD card is not inserted, these pins are completely free. MISO is tri-stated whenever the SD CS (chip select) pin is pulled high

    € 10,95

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  • SparkFun Micro OLED Breakout (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun Micro OLED Breakout (Qwiic)

    This version of the Micro OLED Breakout is exactly the size of its non-Qwiic sibling, featuring a screen that is 64 pixels wide and 48 pixels tall and measuring 0.66' across. But it has also been equipped with two Qwiic connectors, making it ideal for I²C operations. We've also added two mounting holes and a convenient Qwiic cable holder incorporated into a detachable tab on the board that can be easily removed thanks to a v-scored edge. We've even made sure to include an I²C pull-up jumper and ADDR jumper on the back of the board, so if you have your own I²C pull-ups or need to change the I2C address of the board! Features Qwiic-Connector Enabled Operating Voltage: 3.3V Operating Current: 10mA (20mA max) Screen Size: 64x48 pixels (0.66' Across) Monochrome Blue-on-Black I²C Interface

    € 24,95

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  • SparkFun Power Delivery Board – USB-C (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun Power Delivery Board - USB-C (Qwiic)

    The Power Delivery Board uses a standalone controller to negotiate with the power adapters and switch to a higher voltage other than just 5V. This uses the same power adapter for different projects rather than relying on multiple power adapters to provide different output; it can deliver the board as part of SparkFun’s Qwiic connect system, so you won’t have to do any soldering to figure out how things are oriented. The SparkFun Power Delivery Board takes advantage of the power delivery standard using a standalone controller from STMicroelectronics, the STUSB4500. The STUSB4500 is a USB power delivery controller that addresses sink devices. It implements a proprietary algorithm to negotiate a power delivery contract with a source (i.e. a power delivery wall wart or power adapter) without the need for an external microcontroller. However, you will need a microcontroller to configure the board. PDO profiles are configured in an integrated non-volatile memory. The controller does all the heavy lifting of power negotiation and provides an easy way to configure over I²C. To configure the board, you will need an I²C bus. The Qwiic system makes it easy to connect the Power Delivery board to a microcontroller. Depending on your application, you can also connect to the I²C bus via the plated through SDA and SCL holes. Features Input and output voltage range of 5-20V Output current up to 5A Three configurable power delivery profiles Auto-run Type-C™ and USB PD sink controller Certified USB Type-C™ rev 1.2 and USB PD rev 2.0 (TID #1000133) Integrated VBUS voltage monitoring Integrated VBUS switch gate drivers (PMOS)

    € 34,95

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  • Adafruit FT232H Breakout (USB to GPIO, SPI, I²C)

    Adafruit Adafruit FT232H Breakout (USB to GPIO, SPI, I²C)

    Wouldn't it be cool to drive a tiny OLED display, read a color sensor, or even just flash some LEDs directly from your computer? Sure you can program an Arduino or Trinket to talk to these devices and your computer, but why can't your computer just talk to those devices and sensors itself? Well, now your computer can talk to devices using the Adafruit FT232H breakout board! What can the FT232H chip do? This chip from FTDI is similar to their USB to serial converter chips but adds a 'multi-protocol synchronous serial engine' which allows it to speak many common protocols like SPI, I²C, serial UART, JTAG, and more! There's even a handful of digital GPIO pins that you can read and write to do things like flash LEDs, read switches or buttons, and more. The FT232H breakout is like adding a little swiss army knife for serial protocols to your computer! This chip is powerful and useful to have when you want to use Python (for example) to quickly iterate and test a device that uses I²C, SPI or plain general purpose I/O. There's no firmware to deal with, so you don't have to deal with how to 'send data to and from an Arduino which is then sent to and from' an electronic sensor or display or part. This breakout has an FT232H chip and an EEPROM for onboard configuration. Specifications Dimensions: 23 x 38 x 4 mm (0.9 x 1.5 x 0.2') Weight: 3.4 g Downloads CAD Files

    € 22,95

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  • Seeed Studio ReSpeaker USB Mic Array (incl. Case)

    Seeed Studio Seeed Studio ReSpeaker USB Mic Array (incl. Case)

    Features Plug & Play (No driver required), compatible with Windows 10/8/7, Mac, Linux and Android that support OTG. Voice Pick-up device, Far-field voice pick-up up to 5m and supports 360° pick-up pattern Acoustic algorithms implemented: DOA(Direction of Arrival), AEC(Automatic Echo Cancellation), AGC(Automatic Gain Control), NS(Noise Suppression) Built-in audio jack, which allows for plugging in headphones or speakers (speaker not included) Applications Voice pick-up device Home/Office automation device In-car voice assistant Healthcare device Voice interaction robot Other applications Technical Specifications XVF-3000 from XMOS 4 High-Performance Digital Microphones Supports Far-field Voice Capture Speech Algorithms On-Chip 12 Programmable RGB LED Indicators Microphones: MEMS MSM261D4030H1CPM Sensitivity: -26 dBFS (Omnidirectional) Acoustic Overload Point: 120 dB SPL SNR: 63 dB Power Supply: 5V DC from Micro USB or Expansion Header Dimensions: 77mm (Diameter) 3.5mm Audio Jack Output Socket

    € 94,95

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  • SparkFun RED-V Thing Plus – SiFive RISC-V FE310 SoC

    SparkFun SparkFun RED-V Thing Plus - SiFive RISC-V FE310 SoC

    Out of stock

    The RED-V Thing Plus comes programmed with a simple bootloader. The modern USB-C connector makes it easy to program over USB connectivity or use as a JTAG interface via the FE310's NXP K22 ARM Cortex-M4. Since the Thing Plus footprint is also Feather-compatible, you can take advantage of existing shield options. We have included a Qwiic connector to enable future use of our handy plug-and-play I²C Qwiic Connect System, which means no soldering or shields are required*. With so much freedom & growing industry functionality, the SparkFun RED-V Thing Plus is an ideal choice for your RISC-V project. The onboard Freedom E310 (FE310) is the first member of the Freedom Everywhere family of customizable SoCs from SiFive. Designed for a microcontroller, embedded, IoT, and wearable applications, the FE310 features SiFive’s E31 CPU Coreplex, a high-performance, 32-bit RV32IMAC core. Running at 150MHz, the FE310 is among the fastest microcontrollers in the market. Additional features include a 16KB L1 Instruction Cache, a 16KB Data SRAM scratchpad, hardware multiply/divide, a debug module, flexible clock generation with on-chip oscillators, PLLs, and a wide variety of peripherals, including UARTs, QSPI, PWMs, and timers. Multiple power domains and a low-power standby mode ensure a wide variety of applications can benefit from the FE310. The RED-V Thing Plus requires Freedom Studio software or a Zephyr RTOS build environment to program the board and interface with it. Features Feather Compatible Footprint Microcontroller: SiFive Freedom E310 (FE310-G002) CPU: SiFive E31 CPU Architecture: 32-bit RV32IMAC Speed: 150MHz Performance: 1.61 DMIPs/MHz Memory: 16 KB Instruction Cache, 16 KB Data Scratchpad Other Features: Hardware Multiply/Divide, Debug Module, Flexible Clock Generation with on-chip oscillators and PLLs Operating Voltage: 3.3 V and 1.8 V External Wakeup Pins: 1 (& button) Host Interface (USB-C): Program, Debug, and Serial Communication Qwiic Connector

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    € 31,95

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  • Seeed Studio Grove Relay

    Seeed Studio Seeed Studio Grove Relay

    Features Operate voltage: 3.3 V - 5 V Input current: 100mA Rated load: 5 A @ 250 VAC, 5 A @ 30 VDC Contact resistance: 50 mΩ @ 6 VDC 1 A Insulation resistance: 100 MΩ 10 ms Max. Operate time: 10 ms Max. Release time: 5 ms Max. Input interface: Digital Dimensions: 42 mm x 24 mm x 18.5 mm Included 1 x Grove Relay 1 x User Guide Downloads Grove Relay Schematics

    € 7,95

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  • SparkFun Thing Plus Matter (MGM240P)

    SparkFun SparkFun Thing Plus Matter (MGM240P)

    The SparkFun Thing Plus Matter is the first easily accessible board of its kind that combines Matter and SparkFun’s Qwiic ecosystem for agile development and prototyping of Matter-based IoT devices. The MGM240P wireless module from Silicon Labs provides secure connectivity for both 802.15.4 with Mesh communication (Thread) and Bluetooth Low Energy 5.3 protocols. The module comes ready for integration into Silicon Labs' Matter IoT protocol for home automation.What is Matter? Simply put, Matter allows for consistent operation between smart home devices and IoT platforms without an Internet connection, even from different providers. In doing so, Matter is able to communicate between major IoT ecosystems in order to create a single wireless protocol that is easy, reliable, and secure to use.The Thing Plus Matter (MGM240P) includes Qwiic and LiPo battery connectors, and multiple GPIO pins capable of complete multiplexing through software. The board also features the MCP73831 single-cell LiPo charger as well as the MAX17048 fuel gauge to charge and monitor a connected battery. Lastly, a µSD card slot for any external memory needs is integrated.The MGM240P wireless module is built around the EFR32MG24 Wireless SoC with a 32-bit ARM Cortext-M33 core processor running at 39 MHz with 1536 kb Flash memory and 256 kb RAM. The MGM240P works with common 802.15.4 wireless protocols (Matter, ZigBee, and OpenThread) as well as Bluetooth Low Energy 5.3. The MGM240P supports Silicon Labs' Secure Vault for Thread applications.Specifications MGM240P Wireless Module Built around the EFR32MG24 Wireless SoC 32-bit ARM-M33 Core Processor (@ 39 MHz) 1536 kB Flash Memory 256 kB RAM Supports Multiple 802.15.4 Wireless Protocols (ZigBee and OpenThread) Bluetooth Low Energy 5.3 Matter-ready Secure Vault Support Built-in Antenna Thing Plus Form-Factor (Feather-compatible): Dimensions: 5.8 x 2.3 cm (2.30 x 0.9') 2 Mounting Holes:4-40 screw compatible 21 GPIO PTH Breakouts All pins have complete multiplexing capability through software SPI, I²C and UART interfaces mapped by default to labeled pins 13 GPIO (6 labeled as Analog, 7 labeled for GPIO)All function as either GPIO or Analog Built-in-Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) USB-C Connector 2-Pin JST LiPo Battery Connector for a LiPo Battery (not included) 4-Pin JST Qwiic Connector MC73831 Single-Cell LiPo ChargerConfigurable charge rate (500 mA Default, 100 mA Alternate) MAX17048 Single-Cell LiPo Fuel Gauge µSD Card Slot Low Power Consumption (15 µA when MGM240P is in Low Power Mode) LEDs: PWR – Red Power LED CHG – Yellow battery charging status LED STAT – Blue status LED Reset Button: Physical push-button Reset signal can be tied to A0 to enable use as a peripheral device Downloads Schematic Eagle Files Board Dimensions Hookup Guide Datasheet (MGM240P) Fritzing Part Thing+ Comparison Guide Qwiic Info Page GitHub Hardware Repo

    € 34,95

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  • Seeed Studio Grove I²C Thermocouple Amplifier (MCP9600)

    Seeed Studio Seeed Studio Grove I²C Thermocouple Amplifier (MCP9600)

    Out of stock

    Features Integrated Cold-Junction Compensation Supported Types (designated by NIST ITS-90): Type K, J, T, N, S, E, B and R Four Programmable Temperature Alert Outputs: Monitor Hot- or Cold-Junction Temperatures Detect rising or falling temperatures Up to 255°C of Programmable Hysteresis Programmable Digital Filter for Temperature Low Power Dimensions: 20 mm x 40 mm x 18 mm Weight: 18 g Application Petrochemical Thermal Management Hand-Held Measurement Equipment Industrial Equipment Thermal Management Ovens Industrial Engine Thermal Monitor Temperature Detection Racks Downloads Eagle Files Github library Datasheet

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    € 22,95

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  • SparkFun MicroMod mikroBUS Carrier Board

    SparkFun SparkFun MicroMod mikroBUS Carrier Board

    The SparkFun MicroMod mikroBUS Carrier Board takes advantage of the MicroMod, Qwiic, and mikroBUS ecosystems making it easy to rapidly prototype with each of them, combined. The MicroMod M.2 socket and mikroBUS 8-pin header provide users the freedom to experiment with any Processor Board in the MicroMod ecosystem and any Click board in the mikroBUS ecosystem, respectively. This board also features two Qwiic connectors to seamlessly integrate hundreds of Qwiic sensors and accessories into your project. The mikroBUS socket comprises a pair of 8-pin female headers with a standardized pin configuration. The pins consist of three groups of communications pins (SPI, UART and I²C), six additional pins (PWM, Interrupt, Analog input, Reset and Chip select), and two power groups (3.3 V and 5 V). While a modern USB-C connector makes programming easy, the Carrier Board is also equipped with a MCP73831 Single-Cell Lithium-Ion/Lithium-Polymer Charge IC so you can charge an attached single-cell LiPo battery. The charge IC receives power from the USB connection and can source up to 450 mA to charge an attached battery. Features M.2 MicroMod (Processor Board) Connector USB-C Connector 3.3 V 1 A Voltage Regulator 2x Qwiic Connectors mikroBUS Socket Boot/Reset Buttons Charge Circuit JTAG/SWD PTH Pins Downloads Schematic Eagle Files Board Dimensions Hookup Guide Getting Started with Necto Studio mikroBUS Standard Qwiic Info Page GitHub Hardware Repo

    € 27,95

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  •  -23% SparkFun Qwiic IR Array MLX90640 Breakout

    SparkFun SparkFun Qwiic IR Array MLX90640 Breakout

    The MLX90640 SparkFun IR Array Breakout features a 32×24 array of thermopile sensors generating, in essence, a low resolution thermal imaging camera. With this breakout you can observe surface temperatures from a decent distance away with an accuracy of ±1.5 °C (best case). This board communicates via I²C using the Qwiic system developed by Sparkfun, which makes it easier to operate the breakout. However, there are still 0.1'-spaced pins in case you favour using a breadboard. The SparkFun Qwiic connect system is an ecosystem of I²C sensors, actuators, shields and cables that make prototyping faster and helps you avoid errors. All Qwiic-enabled boards use a common 1 mm pitch, 4-pin JST connector. This reduces the amount of required PCB space, and polarized connections help you connect everything correctly. This specific IR Array Breakout provides a 110°×75° field of view with a temperature measurement range of -40 °C ~ 300 °C. The MLX90640 IR Array has pull up resistors attached to the I²C bus; both can be removed by cutting the traces on the corresponding jumpers on the back of the board. Please be aware that the MLX90640 requires complex calculations by the host platform so a regular Arduino Uno (or equivalent) doesn't have enough RAM or flash to complete the complex computations required to turn the raw pixel data into temperature data. You will need a microcontroller with 20,000 bytes or more of RAM.

    € 109,95€ 84,95

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  • Waveshare SC3336 3 MP Camera Module (B)

    Waveshare Waveshare SC3336 3 MP Camera Module (B)

    This camera module adopts a SmartSens SC3336 sensor chip with 3 MP resolution. It features high sensitivity, high SNR, and low light performance and it is capable of a more delicate and vivid night vision imaging effect, and can better adapt to ambient light changes. Also, it is compatible with Luckfox Pico series boards. Specifications Sensor Sensor: SC3336 CMOS size: 1/2.8" Pixels: 3 MP Static resolution: 2304x1296 Maximum video frame rate: 30fps Shutter: Rolling shutter Lens Focal length: 3.95 mm Aperture: F2.0 FOV: 98.3° (diagonal) Distortion: <33% Focusing: Manual focus Downloads Wiki

    € 16,95

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  • Waveshare DVK600 FGPA CPLD Core Board

    Waveshare Waveshare DVK600 FGPA CPLD Core Board

    Waveshare DVK600 is an FPGA CPLD mother board that features expansion connectors for connecting FPGA CPLD core board and accessory boards. DVK600 provides an easy way to set up FPGA CPLD development system. Features FPGA CPLD core board connector: for easily connecting core boards which integrate an FPGA CPLD chip onboard 8I/Os_1 interface, for connecting accessory boards/modules 8I/Os_2 interface, for connecting accessory boards/modules 16I/Os_1 interface, for connecting accessory boards/modules 16I/Os_2 interface, for connecting accessory boards/modules 32I/Os_1 interface, for connecting accessory boards/modules 32I/Os_2 interface, for connecting accessory boards/modules 32I/Os_3 interface, for connecting accessory boards/modules SDRAM interface for connecting SDRAM accessory board also works as FPGA CPLD pins expansion connectors LCD interface, for connecting LCD22, LCD12864, LCD1602 ONE-WIRE interface: easily connects to ONE-WIRE devices (TO-92 package), such as temperature sensor (DS18B20), electronic registration number (DS2401), etc. 5 V DC jack Joystick: five positions Buzzer Potentiometer: for LCD22 backlight adjustment, or LCD12864, LCD1602 contrast adjustment Power switch Buzzer jumper ONE-WIRE jumper Joystick jumper Downloads Schematics

    € 22,95

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