7 products

  • 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

  • SparkFun JetBot AI Kit v2.1 (zonder NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit)

    SparkFun SparkFun JetBot AI Kit v3.0 (without NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit)

    The SparkFun JetBot AI Kit V3.0 is a great launchpad for creating entirely new AI projects for makers, students, and enthusiasts interested in learning AI and building fun applications. It’s straightforward to set up and use and is compatible with many popular accessories. Several interactive tutorials show you how to harness AI's power to teach the SparkFun JetBot to follow objects, avoid collisions, and more. The Jetson Nano Developer Kit (not included in this kit) offers useful tools like the Jetson GPIO Python library and is compatible with standard sensors and peripherals; including some new python compatibility with the SparkFun Qwiic ecosystem. Additionally, the included image is delivered with the advanced functionality of JetBot ROS (Robot Operating System) and AWS RoboMaker Ready with AWS IoT Greengrass already installed. SparkFun’s JetBot AI Kit is the only kit currently on the market ready to move beyond the standard JetBot examples and into the world of connected and intelligent robotics. This kit includes everything you need to get started with JetBot minus a Phillips head screwdriver and an Ubuntu desktop GUI. If you need these, check out the includes tabs for some suggestions from our catalogue. Please be aware that the ability to run multiple neural networks in parallel may only be possible with a full 5V-4A power supply. Features SparkFun Qwiic ecosystem for I²C communication The ecosystem can be expanded using 4x Qwiic connectors on GPIO header Example Code for Basic Motion, Teleoperation, Collision avoidance, & Object Following Compact form factor to optimize existing neural net from NVIDIA 136° FOV camera for machine vision Pre-flashed MicroSD card Chassis assembly offers expandable architecture No soldering required Included 64 GB MicroSD card - pre-flashed SparkFun JetBot image: Nvidia Jetbot base image with the following installed: SparkFun Qwiic python library package Driver for Edimax WiFi adapter Greengrass Jetbot ROS Leopard Imaging 136FOV wide-angle camera & ribbon cable EDIMAX WiFi Adapter SparkFun Qwiic Motor Driver SparkFun Micro OLED Breakout (Qwiic) All hardware & prototyping electronics needed to complete your fully functional robot! Required NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit Downloads Assembly Guide

    € 219,00

    Members € 197,10

  •  -40% SparkFun RFID Qwiic Reader

    SparkFun SparkFun RFID Qwiic Reader

    Plug a reader into the headers, use a Qwiic cable, scan your 125kHz ID tag, and the unique 32-bit ID will be shown on the screen. The unit comes with a read LED and buzzer, but don't worry, there is a jumper you can cut to disable the buzzer if you want. Utilizing SparkFun's 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. Utilizing the onboard ATtiny84A, the Qwiic RFID takes the six byte ID tag of your 125kHz RFID card, attaches a timestamp to it, and puts it onto a stack that holds up to 20 unique RFID scans at a time. This information is easy to get at with some simple I²C commands.

    € 24,95€ 14,95

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  •  -27% SparkFun moto:bit – micro:bit Carrier Board (Qwiic)

    SparkFun SparkFun moto:bit - micro:bit Carrier Board (Qwiic)

    Onboard each moto:bit are multiple I/O pins, as well as a vertical Qwiic connector, capable of hooking up servos, sensors and other circuits. At the flip of the switch, you can get your micro:bit moving! The moto:bit connects to the micro:bit via an updated SMD, edge connector at the top of the board, making setup easy. This creates a handy way to swap out micro:bits for programming while still providing reliable connections to all of the different pins on the micro:bit. We have also included a basic barrel jack on the moto:bit that is capable of providing power to anything you connect to the carrier board. Features More reliable Edge connector for easy use with the micro:bit Full H-Bridge for control of two motors Control servo motors Vertical Qwiic Connector I²C port for extending functionality Power and battery management onboard for the micro:bit

    € 109,95€ 79,95

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  • SparkFun RFID Qwiic Kit

    SparkFun SparkFun RFID Qwiic Kit

    This kit comes with everything you need to get started. The SparkFun RFID Qwiic Reader, an ID-12LA reader, a couple of RFID cards, and a cable to get you hooked up. Just plug this into any Qwiic enabled development board, and you are good to go. Utilizing the onboard ATtiny84A, the Qwiic RFID takes the six byte ID tag of your 125kHz RFID card, attaches a timestamp to it, and puts it onto a stack that holds up to 20 unique RFID scans at a time. This information is easy to get at with some simple I²C commands. The unit comes with a read LED and buzzer, but don't worry, there is a jumper you can cut to disable the buzzer if you want. Features Mates with three ID-XXLA RFID Modules ID-3LA ID-12LA ID-20LA 125kHz Read Frequency Scan range of 5-6 inches Buzzer and blue LED scan indicator Address Jumper Buzzer disconnect Jumper Interrupt disconnect Jumper Included 1 x SparkFun RFID Qwiic Reader 1 x RFID Reader ID-12LA (125kHz) 2 x RFID Tag (125kHz) 1 x Qwiic Cable - 100mm

    € 69,95

    Members € 62,96

  • 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

    Members € 31,46

  • Last stock! SparkFun Inventor's Kit voor Arduino Uno v4.1

    SparkFun SparkFun Inventor's Kit for Arduino Uno v4.1

    1 in stock

    The online guide contains step-by-step instructions for building each project and circuit with the included parts. There is also example code is provided to make it easier to get started. The new concepts and components introduced in each project are explained at point of use, and there are troubleshooting tips as well to offer assistance in case something goes wrong. To make the kit safe for beginners, soldering has been removed. SparkFun Inventor's Kit for Arduino Uno v4.1 is recommended for everyone from 10 and up who is looking for an Arduino starter kit. Included 1x Arduino Uno 1x Arduino and Breadboard Holder 1x White Solderless Breadboard 1x SparkFun Mini Screwdriver 1x White-on-Black LCD Display (with headers) 1x SparkFun Motor Driver (with headers) 2x Rubber Wheels 2x Gearmotors 1x Small Servo 1x Ultrasonic Sensor 1x TMP36 Temp Sensor 1x 6' SparkFun USB Cable Jumper Wires 1x Photocell 1x Tricolor LED Red, Blue, Yellow and Green LEDs Red, Blue, Yellow, and Green Tactile Buttons 1x 10K Trimpot 1x Mini Power Switch 1x Piezo Speaker 1x AA Battery Holder 330 Ω and 10K Ω Resistors

    1 in stock

    € 114,95

    Members € 103,46

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