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  •  -33% Electromagnetic Radiation Tester WT3122

    Electromagnetic Radiation Tester WT3122

    This radiation survey meter can test electric field radiation and magnetic field emission to reach the optimal test result. It is used to test and learn electromagnetic radiation situations indoor and outdoor. It is equipped with a built-in electromagnetic radiation sensor, which can display the radiation value on the LCD after processing by the control microchip. You can make reasonable processing or taking effective prevention measures toward the electromagnetic radiation according to the test result. Features One detector for two uses, simultaneous detection of electric and magnetic field radiation Color-screen display Sound and light alarm, automatic alarm above safe value Press one button to lock radiation value (data lock) LCD graphic display of radiation value trend Radiation assessment, indicating if current radiation value is at safe level Easy to operate with one hand, move or perform on-site measurement Applications Electromagnetic radiation monitoring: House and apartment, office, outdoor and industrial site Electromagnetic radiation test: Mobile phone, computer, TV set, refrigerator and high voltage cable radiation test Radiation protection product test: Test effects of radiation-proof clothes, radiation-proof film and other prevention articles Specifications Electric field Magnetic field Unit V/m uT / mG Accuracy 1 V/m 0.01 uT/ 0.1 mG Range 1~1999 V/m 0.01~99.99 uT/ 0.1~999.9 mG Alarm threshold 40 V/m 0.4 uT/4 mG Reading display 3½ digit LCD Measurement bandwidth 5 Hz~3500 MHz Sampling time About 0.4s Measurement mode Dual mode at the same time Overload indication Maximum value of measurement range on LCD Operation temperature 0~50°C Operation humidity Relative humidity below 80% Working voltage 3.7 V Power 3.7 V Lithium battery Dimensions 61 x 25 x 134 mm Weight 131 g Downloads Manual

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  •  -40% HT641B Infrared Thermometer (–50°C to +600°C)

    HT641B Infrared Thermometer (–50°C to +600°C)

    The HT641B is a very accurate infrared thermometer that uses a laser to measure the surface temperature of objects quickly and easily. The laser can be aimed at hot surfaces or moving objects, allowing the user to easily capture the temperatures being measured from a safe distance. The device is activated by a trigger and takes a precise temperature reading in a flash. Features High-precision measurements Adiustable emissivity High/Low temperature alarm LCD (Digital display backlit screen) 12:1 (Object distance ratio 12:1) °C/°F unit switch Data Hold Auto Power Off Low battery indication Back light control Laser light control Specifications Infrared temperature measurement –50~600°C (–58~1112°F)0~600°C (32~1112°F) Accuracy ±1.5°C (±2.7°F) Display Black and white screen (1.3') Laser <1 mW (630~670 nm)circular measurement area indication Target distrance ratio 12:1 Tunable emissivity 0.10~1.00 Special range 8~14 µm Response time <0.5s Operating temperature 0~40°C (32~104°F) Power supply 2x 1.5 V AAA Battery (included) Dimensions 147 x 96 x 39 mm Weight 96 g Included 1x HT641B Infrared Thermometer 2x 1.5 V AAA Battery 1x Manual

    € 24,95€ 14,95

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  •  -33% Useless Box

    Useless Box

    You've seen them online or in hilarious video's your colleagues sent you and now you can build one yourself, as a simple solderless kit! Including all you need except the batteries. Don't know it? There is a lot you can say about this kit, but actually all you need to do is watch a video and fall in love! A must have for each office!

    € 29,95€ 19,95

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  •  -14% Elektor CheatKard (Electrical Engineering Reference Cards)

    Elektor CheatKard (Electrical Engineering Reference Cards)

    Electrical Engineering Tools in your PocketA set of 8 credit card-size, flexible cards packed with reference data all electronics designers need easy and instant access to. Whether you reverse-engineer an SMD board, figure out component values, or decide your best way to have a PCB manufactured, these gold plated cards provide instant technical guidance at real-life size for all aspects of PCB design state and electronics in general.There are 7 cards covering over 16 measurement techniques, over 100 schematic symbols, 2 value calculators (C, R), over 132 SMD footprints, 8 electronics laws & theory, and a powerful PCB design aid showing actual copper thickness, plating and finishing methods, track widths, and more. Plus, there’s an Elektor card showing their distinctive and legacy schematic drawing style and component symbols. To complete the set, there’s an Elektor cover card magnifying card for close inspection of PCB traces and SMD parts.Set comprises: 9 cards (flexible, 80 x 50 x 0.6 mm, 18K gold-plating) 1 Magnifying card 1 Carabiner key ring 1 Leather sleeve / pouch

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  •  -20% HT-03 warmtebeeldcamera (120x90)

    HT-03 Thermal Imaging Camera (120x90)

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    The HT-03 infrared camera integrates surface temperature measurement and real-time thermal imaging. The traditional inferred thermometer needs to measure every component one by one while it is not necessary for infrared imaging camera, thus saving time. The potential problems may be displayed on color display screen clearly. Moreover, the central point measurement cursor is used to locale quickly and accurately to measure the temperature of the target object. In order to increase the differentiation, the HT-03 is provided with a visible light camera. The thermal images and visible images are stored in the device and can be read through USB. The HT-03 is easy to operate and it is the ideal selection for electric power, electronic manufacturing, industrial inspection and other fields. The following major functions increase the product's accuracy and usability: The radiation coefficient may be adjusted to increase the measurement accuracy of objects with half reflection surface. The highest temperature and lowest termperature cursor may guide the users to the areas with highest and lowest temperature of the thermal images. The selectable color palette. Specifications Display size 2.8' (240 x 320) color TFT Infrared resolution 120 x 90 Field angle 26° x 19° Cell size 12 μm NETD ≤50 mK @25°C, @F/1.1 Thermal imaging frame rate ≤25 Hz Lens focal length 3.2 mm Emissivity setting Adjustable from 0.01 to 1.00 IFOV 3.75 mrad Temperature measurement resolution 0.1°C Infrared response band 8 to 14 μm Focus mode Free focus Temperature measurement range -20°C to 550°C (-4°F to 1022°F) Measuring accuracy ±2°C (35.6°F) or ±2% Temperature measurement mode Center point/hot and cold spot tracking Color palette Rainbow, iron, cold color, white hot, black hot Image display mode Infrared/visible light/dual light fusion Lighting system LED fill light Device storage Built-in 4 GB eMMC (user available storage space is about 3 GB) Storage Image/Video Format JPG/MP4 Image/video export method USB connection to computer export Menu language English, German, Italian, Chinese Power supply Rechargeable and removable Lithium battery (18650) Battery capacity 2000 mAh Working time 2 to 3 hours Power interface Micro USB Power configuration 5 minutes / 20 minutes / no automatic shutdown Operating temperature -10°C to +45°C (14°F to 122°F) Storage temperature -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to 140°F) Relative humidity 10% to 85% RH (non-condensing) Dimensions 22.6 x 9.6 x 7.2 cm (8.9 x 3.8 x 2.3') Weight 375 g Included HT-03 thermal imaging camera with wrist strap Manual Micro USB cable 5 W USB power supply (EU)

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  •  -72% Microcontroller Basics with PIC

    Microcontroller Basics with PIC

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    In this book the author presents all essential aspects of microcontroller programming, without overloading the reader with unnecessary or quasi-relevant bits of information. Having read the book, you should be able to understand as well as program, 8-bit microcontrollers.The introduction to microcontroller programming is worked out using microcontrollers from the PIC series. Not exactly state-of-the-art with just 8 bits, the PIC micro has the advantage of being easy to comprehend. It is offered in a DIP enclosure, widely available and not overly complex. The entire datasheet of the PIC micro is shorter by decades than the description of the architecture outlining the processor section of an advanced microcontroller. Simplicity has its advantages here. Having mastered the fundamental operation of a microcontroller, you can easily enter into the realms of advanced softcores later.Having placed assembly code as the executive programming language in the foreground in the first part of the book, the author reaches a deeper level with ‘C’ in the second part. Cheerfully alongside the official subject matter, the book presents tips & tricks, interesting measurement technology, practical aspects of microcontroller programming, as well as hands-on options for easier working, debugging and faultfinding.

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  •  -20% RFID-starterkit voor Arduino (incl. Uno R3)

    RFID Starter Kit for Arduino (incl. Uno R3)

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    Modern electronic experimenter kits contain modules that just plug together rather than individual components so that now we can quickly get modules talking and then decide in software how the system behaves. Thanks to the wide selection of software library functions we can have a sketch up and running in no time. These kits are worthy successors to the bags of loose components that were a feature of earlier experimenter’s kits. Electronic newbies, practicing engineers and old hands alike are sure to find that these kits interesting. The range of components is sure to get you thinking what you could use them for and they are a good way to build on your existing knowledge. You’ll have no excuse not to go on to design and build your own system! The ‘RFID Starter Kit for Arduino’ comes in a handy case and contains over 30 state-of-the-art components, devices and modules. Although it contains an RFID receiver module along with two RFID tags in the form of a credit card and key fob, the case is an Aladdin’s cave with loads of other useful components. To begin you will need an Arduino Uno along with the starter kit which amongst other things contains: A humidity sensor; A multicolor LED; A large LED-Matrix with 64 LEDs; 4 x 7-segment LED displays; A handheld IR remote controller plus IR receiver chip; A complete LC-Display module with I²C bus interface. The wide range of peripherals included in the kit ensures the number of different experiments and applications you can build. Two example applications that can easily be built using this box of goodies have been described in an article published in Elektor Magazine: Universal weather station with LC-Display and Door entry system using RFID security. More similar projects have been described in the new book Home Automation Projects with Arduino. Kit Contents LCD1602 with I²C RC522 module White card Key chain Joystick module Key board RTC module Water level sensor Humidity sensor RGB module Motor driver module Motor 1 Channel module MB-102 breadboard 65 pcs jumper wire 10 PCS F-M cable Sound sensor module Remote 10 K potentiometer 1 digital tube 4 digital tube Matrix tube 9G servo Buzzer 2 pcs ball switches 3 pcs photoresistance 5 pcs switches with caps 9 V battery with DC 15 pcs LED 30 pcs resistance Flame sensor IR receive sensor 74HC595 LM35DZ Uno R3 board Documentation: Download full description of similar kit.

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    € 49,95€ 39,95

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  •  -40% Embedded in Embedded

    Embedded in Embedded

    ARM Cortex-M Embedded Design from 0 to 1 Hobbyists can mash together amazing functional systems using platforms like Arduino or Raspberry Pi, but it is imperative that engineers and product designers understand the foundational knowledge of embedded design. There are very few resources available that describe the thinking, strategies, and processes to take an idea through hardware design and low-level driver development, and successfully build a complete embedded system. Many engineers end up learning the hard way, or never really learn at all. ARM processors are essentially ubiquitous in embedded systems. Design engineers building novel devices must understand the fundamentals of these systems and be able to break down large, complicated ideas into manageable pieces. Successful product development means traversing a huge amount of documentation to understand how to accomplish what you need, then put everything together to create a robust system that will reliably operate and be maintainable for years to come. This book is a case study in embedded design including discussion of the hardware, processor initialization, low‑level driver development, and application interface design for a product. Though we describe this through a specific application of a Cortex-M3 development board, our mission is to help the reader build foundational skills critical to being an excellent product developer. The completed development board is available to maximize the impact of this book, and the working platform that you create can then be used as a base for further development and learning. The Embedded in Embedded program is about teaching fundamental skill sets to help engineers build a solid foundation of knowledge that can be applied in any design environment. With nearly 20 years of experience in the industry, the author communicates the critical skill development that is demanded by companies and essential to successful design. This book is as much about building a great design process, critical thinking, and even social considerations important to developers as it is about technical hardware and firmware design. Software Downloads EiE Software Archive (200 MB) IAR ARM 8.10.1 (Recommended IDE version to use) (1.2 GB) IAR ARM 7.20.1 (Optional IDE version to use) (600 MB)

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  •  -43% MSP430 Microcontroller Essentials

    MSP430 Microcontroller Essentials

    Architecture, Programming and Applications The MSP430 is a popular family of microcontrollers from Texas Instruments. In this book we will work with the smallest type, which is the powerful MSP430G2553. We will look at the capabilities of this microcontroller in detail, as it is well-suited for self-made projects because it is available in a P-DIP20 package. We will take a closer look at the microcontroller and then build, step by step, some interesting applications, including a 'Hello World' blinking LED and a nice clock application, which can calculate the day of the week based on the date. You also will learn how to create code for the MSP microcontroller in assembler. In addition to that, we will work with the MSP-Arduino IDE, which makes it quite easy to create fast applications without special in-depth knowledge of the microcontrollers. All the code used in the book is available for download from the Elektor website.

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  •  -40% WCH CH32V307V-EVT-R1 RISC-V Development Board

    WCH CH32V307V-EVT-R1 RISC-V Development Board

    WCH CH32V307 RISC-V development board features 8 UART ports controlled over Ethernet The CH32V307 is an interconnected microcontroller, based on 32-bit RISC-V core, with hardware stack area and fast interrupt entry. Compared with standard RISC-V, the interrupt response speed is greatly improved. With single-precision float point instruction sets added and stack area extended, the CH32V307 has higher performance, the number of U(S)ART is extended to 8, and the number of motor timer is extended to 4. The CH32V307 provides USB2.0 high-speed interface (480 Mbps) and has built-in PHY transceiver. Ethernet MAC is upgraded to GbE and integrates 10M PHY module. Features RISC-V4F processor, max 144 MHz system clock frequency Single-cycle multiplication and hardware division, hardware float point unit (FPU) 64KB SRAM, 256 KB Flash Supply voltage: 2.5 V/3.3 V, GPIO unit is supplied independently Multiple low-power modes: sleep/stop/standby Power-on/power-down reset (POR/PDR), programmable voltage detector (PVD) 2 general DMA controllers, 18 channels in total 4 amplifiers Single true random number generator (TRNG) 2x 12-bit DAC 2-unit 16-channel 12-bit ADC, 16-channel TouchKey 10 timers USB2.0 full-speed OTG interface USB2.0 high-speed host/device interface (built-in 480 Mbps PHY) 3 USARTs, 5 UARTs 2 CAN interfaces (2.0B active) SDIO interface, FSMC interface, DVP 2x I²C, 3x SPI, 2x I²S 80 I/O ports, can be mapped to 16 external interrupts CRC calculation unit, 96-bit unique chip ID Serial 2-wire debug interface Packages: LQFP64M, LQFP100 Downloads Datasheet GitHub

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  •  -64% DVD Elektor 1980-1989 (NL)

    DVD Elektor 1980-1989 (NL)

    DVD Elektor 1980-1989 (NL)

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  •  -23% Content Marketing, Engineered

    Content Marketing, Engineered

    Build Trust and Convert Buyers with Technical ContentResearch shows that this analytical, skeptical buyer conducts a great deal of independent research before engaging with vendors. Companies that share expertise through high-quality content on a consistent basis are not only seen as trusted resources, they also spend less per lead and achieve greater pipeline efficiency.Content Marketing, Engineered guides you through the key steps in creating content to inform, educate, and help your technical buyers on their journey to purchase and beyond. By the time you reach the last page, you’ll be familiar with the entire end-to-end content marketing process, from planning and writing to publishing, promoting, and measuring the performance of your content.

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  •  -66% DVD Elektor 2010-2019 (NL)

    DVD Elektor 2010-2019 (NL)

    DVD Elektor 2010-2019 (NL)

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  •  -20% SwiftIO – Swift-based Microcontroller Board

    SwiftIO - Swift-based Microcontroller Board

    SwiftIO offers a full Swift compiler and framework environment that runs on the microcontroller. The SwiftIO board is a compact electronic circuit board that runs Swift on the bare metal, giving you a system that can be used to control all kinds of electronic projects. Features NXP i.MX RT1052 Crossover Processor with ARM Cortex-M7 core @ 600 MHz 8 MB SPI Flash, 32 MB SDRAM On-board DAPLink debugger On-board USB to UART for serial communication On-board RGB LED On-board SD socket 46x GPIO, 12x ADC, 14x PWM, 4x UART, 2x I²C, 2x SPI etc. Many additional advanced features to meet the needs of advanced users Zephyr RTOS support MadMachine IDE is the premier integrated development environment for SwiftIO, which makes it easy to write Swift code and download it to the board.

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  •  -78% DVD Elektor 1990-1999 (NL)

    DVD Elektor 1990-1999 (NL)

    DVD Elektor 1990-1999 (NL)

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  •  -26% 4tronix Picon Zero v1.3 – Intelligent Robotics Controller for Raspberry Pi

    4tronix Picon Zero v1.3 - Intelligent Robotics Controller for Raspberry Pi

    The Picon Zero is an add-on for the Raspberry Pi. It has the same size as a Raspberry Pi Zero, making it ideal to function as a pHat. Of course, it can be used on any other Raspberry Pi via a 40-pin GPIO connector.As well as two full H-Bridge motor drivers, the Picon Zero has several Input/Output pins giving you multiple configuration options. That allows you to easily add outputs or analog inputs to your Raspberry Pi without any complicated software or kernel-specific drivers. At the same time, it opens up 5 GPIO pins from the Raspberry Pi, and it provides the interface for an HC-SR04 ultrasonic distance sensor.The Picon Zero comes with all components, including the headers and screw terminals, fully soldered. Soldering isn't required. You can use it right out of the box.Features pHat format PCB: 65 mm x 30 mm Two full H-Bridge motor drivers. Drive up to 1.5 A continuously per channel, at 3 V - 11 V. Each motor output has both a 2-pin male header and a 2-pin screw terminal. The motors can be powered from the Picon Zero's 5 V or an external power source (3 V - 11 V). The Picon Zero's 5 V can be selected to be from the Raspberry Pi's 5 V line, or a USB connector on the Picon Zero. That means that you can effectively have 2 USB battery banks: one to power the servos and motors on the Picon Zero and the other to power the Pi. 4 Inputs that can accept up to 5 V. These inputs can be configured as follows: Digital inputs Analog inputs DS18B20 DHT11 6 Outputs that can drive 5 V and be configured as: Digital Output PWM Output Servo NeoPixel WS2812 All Inputs and Outputs use GVS 3-pin male headers. 4-pin female header that connects directly to an HC-SR04 ultrasonic distance sensor. 8-pin female header for Ground, 3.3 V, 5 V, and 5 GPIO signals allowing you to add their additional features. Hardware ConfigurationPicon Zero has two jumpers for setting the hardware configuration. Ensure that you have placed them in the correct position. JP1 – Board 5 V Selector. This jumper selects where to get the 5 V power from for the Picon Zero Outputs. The options are: Jumper at the top between RPI and 5 V. The 5 V power for the board is taken from the Raspberry Pi pins on the GPIO connector. Because of the low power output devices and the 5 V motors, all devices can be powered with a single 5 V power input. Jumper at the bottom between USB and 5 V. The 5 V power is taken from the microUSB connector on the Picon Zero. Useful for higher power output devices, since you can provide extra power through the micro-USB connector on the board JP2 – Motor Power Selector. This jumper selects where the motors get the power. The two options here are the following: Jumper at the top between MotorPower and Vin. The motors are driven via the 2-pin screw terminal. The voltage can be between 3 V and 11 V. Useful for motors that require a voltage different from 5 V, or that require more current than is available on either of the USB input connectors Jumper at the bottom between 5 V and MotorPower. The motors are driven from the board's 5 V. Raspberry Pi ConfigurationThe Picon Zero is an I²C device. Make sure your Raspberry Pi is set up correctly to use I²C and SMBus: sudo apt-get install python-smbus python3-smbus python-dev python3-dev sudo nano /boot/config.txt Add the following lines at the end of the file dtparam=i2c1=on dtparam=i2c_arm=on Press Ctrl-X and use the default prompts to save sudo reboot Plugin the Picon Zero onto the Pi and run i2cdetect -y 1If everything goes well, you will see the Picon Zero showing up as address 22 as shown below:

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  •  -18% DiP-Pi Pico PIoT for Raspberry Pi Pico

    DiP-Pi Pico PIoT for Raspberry Pi Pico

    The DiP-Pi PIoT is an Advanced Powered, WiFi connectivity System with sensors embedded interfaces that cover most of possible needs for IoT application based on Raspberry Pi Pico. It can supply the system with up to 1.5 A @ 4.8 V delivered from 6-18 VDC on various powering schemes like Cars, Industrial plant etc., additionally to original micro-USB of the Raspberry Pi Pico. It supports LiPo or Li-Ion Battery with Automatic Charger as also automatic switching from cable powering to battery powering or reverse (UPS functionality) when cable powering lost. Extended Powering Source (EPR) is protected with PPTC Resettable fuse, Reverse Polarity, as also ESD.The DiP-Pi PIoT contains Raspberry Pi Pico embedded RESET button as also ON/OFF Slide Switch that is acting on all powering sources (USB, EPR or Battery). User can monitor (via Raspberry Pi Pico A/D pins) battery level and EPR Level with PICO’s A/D converters. Both A/D inputs are bridged with 0402 resistors (0 OHM) therefore if for any reason user needs to use those Pico pins for their own application can be easy removed. The charger is automatically charging connected battery (if used) but in addition user can switch charger ON/OFF if their application needs it.DiP-Pi PIoT can be used for cable powered IoT systems, but also for pure Battery Powered System with ON/OFF. Each powering source status is indicated by separate informative LEDs (VBUS, VSYS, VEPR, CHGR, V3V3).User can use any capacity of LiPo or Li-Ion type; however, must take care to use PCB protected batteries with max discharge current allowed of 2 A. The embedded battery charger is set to charge battery with 240 mA current. This current is set by resistor so if user need more/less can himself to change it. The DiP-Pi PIoT is also equipped with WiFi ESP8266 Clone module with embedded antenna. This feature open a wide range of IoT applications based on it.In Addition to all above features DiP-Pi PIoT is equipped with embedded 1-wire, DHT11/22 sensors, and micro–SD Card interfaces. Combination of the extended powering, battery, and sensors interfaces make the DiP-Pi PIoT ideal for IoT applications like data logger, plants monitoring, refrigerators monitoring etc.DiP-Pi PIoT is supported with plenty of ready to use examples written in Micro Python or C/C++.SpecificationsGeneral Dimensions 21 x 51 mm Raspberry Pi Pico pinout compatible Independent Informative LEDs (VBUS, VSYS, VEPR, CHGR, V3V3) Raspberry Pi Pico RESET Button ON/OFF Slide Switch acting on all powering sources (USB, EPR, Battery) External Powering 6-18 VDC (Cars, Industrial Applications etc.) External Power (6-18 VDC) Level Monitoring Battery Level Monitoring Inverse Polarity Protection PPTC Fuse Protection ESD Protection Automatic Battery Charger (for PCB protected LiPo, Li-Ion – 2 A Max) Automatic/User Control Automatic Switch from Cable Powering to Battery Powering and reverse (UPS Functionality) Various powering schemes can be used at the same time with USB Powering, External Powering and Battery Powering 1.5 A @ 4.8 V Buck Converter on EPR Embedded 3.3 V @ 600 mA LDO ESP8266 Clone WiFi Connectivity ESP8266 Firmware Upload Switch Embedded 1-wire Interface Embedded DHT-11/22 Interface Powering Options Raspberry Pi Pico micro-USB (via VBUS) External Powering 6-18 V (via dedicated Socket – 3.4/1.3 mm) External Battery Supported Battery Types LiPo with protection PCB max current 2A Li-Ion with protection PCB max current 2A Embedded Peripherals and Interfaces Embedded 1-wire interface Embedded DHT-11/22 Interface Micro SD Card Socket Programmer Interface Standard Raspberry Pi Pico C/C++ Standard Raspberry Pi Pico Micro Python Case CompatibilityDiP-Pi Plexi-Cut CaseSystem Monitoring Battery Level via Raspberry Pi Pico ADC0 (GP26) EPR Level via Raspberry Pi Pico ADC1 (GP27) Informative LEDs VB (VUSB) VS (VSYS) VE (VEPR) CH (VCHR) V3 (V3V3) System Protection Direct Raspberry Pi Pico Hardware Reset Button ESD Protection on EPR Reverse Polarity Protection on EPR PPTC 500 mA @ 18 V fuse on EPR EPR/LDO Over Temperature protection EPR/LDO Over Current protection System Design Designed and Simulated with PDA Analyzer with one of the most advanced CAD/CAM Tools – Altium Designer Industrial Originated PCB Construction 2 ozcopper PCB manufactured for proper high current supply and cooling 6 mils track/6 mils gap technology 2 layers PCB PCB Surface Finishing – Immersion Gold Multi-layer Copper Thermal Pipes for increased System Thermal Response and better passive cooling Downloads Datasheet Manual

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  •  -61% DVD Elektor 2000-2009 (NL)

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  •  -30% Guiding Light

    Guiding Light

    This smart plinth lighting automatically switches on and off when you get up at night. The motion sensor sees you get out of bed and the light turns on! There is an illuminated path from bed to toilet. Obstacles on the way to the toilet are immediately visible and tripping hazards are prevented. Scientific research shows that the fear of falling is significantly reduced when using a Guide Light. The LED lighting has a perfect light intensity. The light is subtle enough not to wake you up, but bright enough for a reliable orientation. The Guiding Light is much more than just a night light.

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  •  -17% Phambili Newt 2,7' IoT-scherm (powered by ESP32-S2)

    Phambili Newt 2.7" IoT Display (powered by ESP32-S2)

    A low-power, open source, 2.7-inch IoT display powered by an ESP32-S2 module and featuring SHARP's Memory-in-Pixel (MiP) screen technology The Newt is a battery-powered, always-on, wall-mountable display that can go online to retrieve weather, calendars, sports scores, to-do lists, quotes…really anything on the Internet! It is powered by an ESP32-S2 microcontroller that you can program with Arduino, CircuitPython, MicroPython, or ESP-IDF. It's perfect for makers: Sharp’s Memory-in-Pixel (MiP) technology avoids the slow refresh times associated with E-Ink displays A real-time clock (RTC) was added to support timers and alarms The Newt was designed with battery operation in mind; every component on the board was chosen for its ability to operate at low power. Newt was designed to operate 'untethered,' which means it can be mounted in places where a power cord would be inconvenient, for example a wall, refrigerator, mirror, or dry-erase board. With the optional stand, desks, shelves, and nightstands are also good options. Newt is open source, and all design files and libraries are available for review, use, and modification. However, doing that is not required. Each Newt is delivered with working code with the following features: Current weather details Hourly and daily weather forecast Alarm Timer Inspirational quotes Air-quality forecast Habit calendar Pomodoro timer Oblique Strategy cards Only following the Wi-Fi provisioning instructions is needed to get started. No app downloads are required. Specifications Display Sharp Memory LCD Screen Size 2.7 inch Resolution 240 x 400 Deep Sleep Current 30 uA Refresh Rate < 0.001 s Periodic Screen Refresh Required No Input Buttons 10 capacitive pads, 1 push button RTC included Yes Speaker included Yes Power Input USB Type-C Battery included No Programming Languages Arduino, CircuitPython, ESP IDF, MicroPython Dimensions 91 x 61 x 9 mm Microcontroller Espressif ESP32-S2-WROVER Module with 4 MB flash and 2 MB PSRAM Wi-Fi capable Supports Arduino, MicroPython, CircuitPython, and ESP-IDF Deep sleep current as low as 25 μA Display 2.7-inch, 240 x 400 pixel MiP LCD Capable of delivering high-contrast, high-resolution, low-latency content with ultra-low power consumption Reflective mode leverages ambient light to eliminate the need for a backlight Time Keeping, Timers, and Alarms Micro Crystal RV-3028-C7 RTC Optimized for extreme low-power consumption (45 μA) Able to simultaneously manage a periodic timer, a countdown timer, and an alarm Hardware interrupt for timers and alarms 43 bytes of non-volatile user memory, 2 bytes of user RAM Separate UNIX time counter Buzzer Speaker/buzzer with mini class-D amplifier on DAC output A0 can play tones or lo-fi audio clips User Input Power switch Two programmable tactile buttons for Reset and Boot 10 capacitive touchpads Power Newt is designed to operate for one to two months between charges using a 500 mAH LiPo battery. The exact run time varies. (Heavy Wi-Fi use, in particular, will reduce battery charge more quickly.) USB Type-C connector for programming, power, and charging Low-quiescence voltage regulator (TOREX XC6220) that can output 1 A of current and operate as low as 8 μA. JST connector for a Lithium-Ion battery Battery-charging circuity (MCP73831) Low-battery indicator (1 μA quiescence current) Software Newt hardware is compatible with open-source Arduino libraries for ESP32-S2, Adafruit GFX (fonts), Adafruit Sharp Memory Display (display writing), and RTC RV-3028-C7 (RTC) Arduino libraries and sample programs are under development and will be available in our GitHub repository before launch CircuitPython libraries and registration are on the roadmap, with the development of a CircuitPython library for the RV-3028 real-time clock as a key dependency Included Phambili Newt – Fully assembled with pre-loaded firmware Laser-cut desktop stand Mini-magnet feet Required screws Support & Documentation Full instructions for use GitHub: Arduino Library and Codebase GitHub: Board schematics Videos of prototypes or demos (build tracked on Hackaday)

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  •  -17% DiP-Pi Pico Power Master for Raspberry Pi Pico

    DiP-Pi Pico Power Master for Raspberry Pi Pico

    The DiP-Pi Power Master is an Advanced Powering System with embedded sensors interfaces that cover most of possible needs for application based on Raspberry Pi Pico. It can supply the system with up to 1.5 A @ 4.8 V delivered from 6-18 VDC on various powering schemes like Cars, Industrial plant etc., additionally to original micro-USB of the Raspberry Pi Pico. It supports LiPo or Li-Ion Battery with Automatic Charger as also automatic switching from cable powering to battery powering or reverse (UPS functionality) when cable powering lost. Extended Powering Source (EPR) is protected with PPTC Resettable fuse, Reverse Polarity, as also ESD.The DiP-Pi Power Master contains Raspberry Pi Pico embedded RESET button as also ON/OFF Slide Switch that is acting on all powering sources (USB, EPR or Battery). User can monitor (via Raspberry Pi Pico A/D pins) battery level and EPR Level with PICO’s A/D converters. Both A/D inputs are bridged with 0402 resistors (0 OHM) therefore if for any reason user needs to use those Pico pins for their own application can be easy removed. The charger is automatically charging connected battery (if used) but in addition user can switch charger ON/OFF if their application needs it. DiP-Pi Power Master can be used for cable powered systems, but also for pure Battery Powered System with ON/OFF. Each powering source status is indicated by separate informative LEDs (VBUS, VSYS, VEPR, CHGR, V3V3).User can use any capacity of LiPo or Li-Ion type; however, must take care to use PCB protected batteries with max discharge current allowed of 2 A. The embedded battery charger is set to charge battery with 240 mA current. This current is set by resistor so if user need more/less can himself to change it.In Addition to all above features DiP-Pi Power Master is equipped with embedded 1-wire and DHT11/22 sensors interfaces. Combination of the extended powering, battery, and sensors interfaces make the DiP-Pi Power Master ideal for applications like data logger, plants monitoring, refrigerators monitoring etc.DiP-Pi Power Master is supported with plenty of ready to use examples written in Micro Python or C/C++.SpecificationsGeneral Dimensions 21 x 51 mm Raspberry Pi Pico pinout compatible Independent Informative LEDs (VBUS, VSYS, VEPR, CHGR, V3V3) Raspberry Pi Pico RESET Button ON/OFF Slide Switch acting on all powering sources (USB, EPR, Battery) External Powering 6-18 V DC (Cars, Industrial Applications etc.) External Power (6-18 VDC) Level Monitoring Battery Level Monitoring Inverse Polarity Protection PPTC Fuse Protection ESD Protection Automatic Battery Charger (for PCB protected LiPo, Li-Ion – 2 A Max) Automatic/User Control Automatic Switch from Cable Powering to Battery Powering and reverse (UPS Functionality) Various powering schemes can be used at the same time with USB Powering, External Powering and Battery Powering 1.5 A @ 4.8 V Buck Converter on EPR Embedded 3.3 V @ 600mA LDO Embedded 1-wire Interface Embedded DHT-11/22 Interface Powering Options Raspberry Pi Pico micro-USB (via VBUS) External Powering 6-18 V (via dedicated Socket – 3.4/1.3 mm) External Battery Supported Battery Types LiPo with protection PCB max current 2A Li-Ion with protection PCB max current 2A Embedded Peripherals and Interfaces Embedded 1-wire interface Embedded DHT-11/22 Interface Programmer Interface Standard Raspberry Pi Pico C/C++ Standard Raspberry Pi Pico Micro Python Case CompatibilityDiP-Pi Plexi-Cut CaseSystem Monitoring Battery Level via Raspberry Pi Pico ADC0 (GP26) EPR Level via Raspberry Pi Pico ADC1 (GP27) Informative LEDs VB (VUSB) VS (VSYS) VE (VEPR) CH (VCHR) V3 (V3V3) System Protection Direct Raspberry Pi Pico Hardware Reset Button ESD Protection on EPR Reverse Polarity Protection on EPR PPTC 500 mA @ 18 V fuse on EPR EPR/LDO Over Temperature protection EPR/LDO Over Current protection System Design Designed and Simulated with PDA Analyzer with one of the most advanced CAD/CAM Tools – Altium Designer Industrial Originated PCB Construction 2 ozcopper PCB manufactured for proper high current supply and cooling 6 mils track/6 mils gap technology 2 layers PCB PCB Surface Finishing – Immersion Gold Multi-layer Copper Thermal Pipes for increased System Thermal Response and better passive cooling Downloads Datasheet Datasheet

    € 17,95€ 14,95

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  •  -23% Ynvisible Segment E-Paper Display Kit

    Ynvisible Segment E-Paper Display Kit

    The Ynvisible Segment E-Paper Displays are thin & flexible, sunlight readable, very easy to operate, and that they are the most energy-efficient display technology on the market for most applications. Get started today! Evaluate the ultra-low-power, thin and flexible Segment E-Paper Displays. The kit contains display designs and includes a manual display driver as well as a display driver with I²C interface. Display parameters White Reflectance 40% Contrast Ratio (Yb/Yd) 1:3 Angle Dependency No, lambertian Thickness 300 µm Graphical layout Segments Segment dimensions 1-100 mm Response time 100-1000 ms Power parameters Driving voltage 1.5 V Driving method Direct drive Energy consumption 1 mJ/cm^2 Pulse energy 0.25 mJ/cm^2 Image retention w/o power 1-5 minutes Operating conditions -20°C - +60°C Activations/Cycles 1.000.000 Included Ynvisible Segment Displays (‍Segmented e-paper displays with different layouts, shapes, and symbols, suitable for testing and evaluation.) 3 single-digit display 1 double-digit display 5 single-segment/icon displays 4 progress bars (7-segment and 3-segment) Manual Display Clicker (Manual display controller for ON/OFF operations) Display Driver and Software Library (Dedicated display driver with I²C communication interface. Compatible with Arduino and other easy-to-use development boards.) Flexible Display Adapter (‍For convenient connection of the flexible displays on a plastic substrate to rigid electronics (such as development boards), using a FFC/FPC connector.) Downloads Datasheet Guide & Instructions

    € 109,95€ 84,95

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  •  -22% StereoPi (Standard Edition)

    StereoPi (Standard Edition)

    This board is the ultimate interface between two cameras and a Raspberry Pi Compute Module. It comes with all the bells and whistles, including Ethernet, dual USB ports, GPIO header, microSD slot, HDMI output, and more. To use this board, you will need your own Raspberry Pi Compute Module, cameras, and camera ribbon cables. Two short power cables already included. Features & Specifications Raspberry Pi Compatibility: Raspberry Pi Compute Module 1 Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ 8 GB / 16 GB / 32 GB eMMC flash Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ Lite Dimensions: Width x length: 90 mm x 40 mm Height: 23 mm (standard edition) / 15 mm (slim edition) Video: Input: two 15-pin CSI-2 camera connectors Output: HDMI Camera Support: Raspberry Pi camera V1 (OV5647 sensor) Raspberry Pi camera V2 (Sony IMX 219 sensor) HDMI video capture module (single mode, on Toshiba TC358743XBG chip) Connectivity: GPIO: 40-pin classic Raspberry Pi header USB: 2 x USB Type-A, 1 x USB pin header Ethernet: RJ45 jack Storage: MicroSD card slot (accessed by Raspberry Pi CM3/3+ Lite) Power: 5 VDC input via two-pin header Manual power switch Software: Firmware update via Micro USB connector Runs standard Raspbian Excellent Python support Tons of example code A. boot mode jumper H. dual USB Type-A connector B. camera 1 CSI-2 connector I. HDMI out C. micro USB (for firmware upload) J. USB port pin header D. 5 VDC power connector K. camera 2 CSI-2 connector E. power switch L. 40-pin RPi GPIO header F. microSD slot M. RPi Compute SO-DIMM connector G. RJ45 Ethernet jack

    € 82,95€ 64,95

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  •  -30% DiP-Pi Pico WiFi Master for Raspberry Pi Pico

    DiP-Pi Pico WiFi Master for Raspberry Pi Pico

    The DiP-Pi WiFi Master is an Advanced WiFi connectivity System with sensors embedded interfaces that cover most of possible needs for IoT application based on Raspberry Pi Pico. It is powered directly from the Raspberry Pi Pico VBUS. The DiP-Pi WiFi Master contains Raspberry Pi Pico embedded RESET button as also ON/OFF Slide Switch that is acting on Raspberry Pi Pico Power Sources. The DiP-Pi WiFi Master is equipped with WiFi ESP8266 Clone module with embedded antenna. This feature open a wide range of IoT applications based on it. In Addition to all above features DiP-Pi WiFi Master is equipped with embedded 1-wire, DHT11/22 sensors, and micro–SD Card interfaces. Combination of the extended powering, battery, and sensors interfaces make the DiP-Pi WiFi Master ideal for IoT applications like data logger, plants monitoring, refrigerators monitoring etc. DiP-Pi WiFi Master is supported with plenty of ready to use examples written in Micro Python or C/C++. Specifications General Dimensions 21 x 51 mm Raspberry Pi Pico pinout compatible Independent Informative LEDs (VBUS, VSYS, V3V3) Raspberry Pi Pico RESET Button ON/OFF Slide Switch acting on Raspberry Pi Pico Powering Source Embedded 3.3 V @ 600 mA LDO ESP8266 Clone WiFi Connectivity ESP8266 Firmware Upload Switch Embedded 1-wire Interface Embedded DHT-11/22 Interface Powering Options Raspberry Pi Pico micro-USB (via VBUS) Embedded Peripherals and Interfaces Embedded 1-wire interface Embedded DHT-11/22 Interface Micro SD Card Socket Programmer Interface Standard Raspberry Pi Pico C/C++ Standard Raspberry Pi Pico Micro Python Case Compatibility DiP-Pi Plexi-Cut Case Informative LEDs VB (VUSB) VS (VSYS) V3 (V3V3) System Protection Direct Raspberry Pi Pico Hardware Reset Button PPTC 500 mA @ 18 V fuse on EPR EPR/LDO Over Temperature protection EPR/LDO Over Current protection System Design Designed and Simulated with PDA Analyzer with one of the most advanced CAD/CAM Tools – Altium Designer Industrial Originated PCB Construction 2 ozcopper PCB manufactured for proper high current supply and cooling 6 mils track/6 mils gap technology 2 layers PCB PCB Surface Finishing – Immersion Gold Multi-layer Copper Thermal Pipes for increased System Thermal Response and better passive cooling Downloads Datasheet Manual

    € 19,95€ 13,95

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