What's the simplest way to check vibration with Arduino? Use a vibration sensor from DFRobot. You can directly plug it on our IO Expesion Shield V7. Just vibrate this sensor, Arduino can receive a digital signal. It's easy to acount and program in Arduino.
If you want more storage for your Arduino project, this module is designed for you. This EEPROM data storage module supplies an extra 32k byte for your project. Simply wired them via I2C. Supplied with Interface cable which can be fawlessly integrated with interface shield.
This is another great LCD display compatible with Gadgeteer modules from DFRobot. With limited pin resources, your project will quicly run out of resources using normal LCDs. With this I2C interface LCD module, you only need 2 lines (I2C)to display the information.If you already have I2C devices in your project, this LCD module actually cost no more resources at all. The adress can be set from 0x20-0x27.Fantastic for Arduino or gadgeteer based projects.
When Arduino is used for robots or interactive media, digital IO port is always found not enough? IIC now turn I / O modules to help you solve the problem, Arduino only two data lines (SCL-Analog PIN5, SDA-Analog PIN4) and IIC can transfer I / O module communication, to convert the 16 digital IO ports, read-write. 8 simultaneous parallel modules, each module can be set to address.
The Joystick / Input Shield for Arduino include a two axis mini joystick (with moment switch) as well as two colored push buttons. The shield easily connects to your Arduino using male to male pin headers.
Our IO expansion board is evolving, this latest V5 IO expansion shield is now supporting Xbee. It combines our popular Xbee shield with IO expansion shield(V4). It even supports SD card which provides the ultimate functional expansion for Arduino so far. As its predecessor, it supports RS485, APC220, Bluetooth communication, servo control.
Lots of robot projects need joystick. This module provides a affordable solution to that. Simply connect to two analog inputs, the robot is at your commands with X,Y control. It also has a switch that is connected to a digital pin. This joystick module can be easily connect to Arduino by our IO Expansion Shield with supplied cables
This is a very popular LCD Keypad shield for Arduino or Freeduino board. It includes a 2x16 LCD display and 6 momentary push buttons. Pins 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 are used to interface with the LCD. Analog Pin 0 is used to read the pushbuttons. The LCD shield supports contrast adjustment and backlit on/off functions. It also expands analog pins for easy analog sensor reading and display.
This is a standalone DC voltage meter. It measures 3V-30V with 1% accuracy. Best suitable for battery level display. Just apply two wires on the power without any extra circuit or components, it gives the reading straight away. Easy to use, and is a good company with robotic applications.
How can your robot rule the world with an iron fist if it doesn't have any hands? The Little Grip Kit makes a great addition to a small arm or mobile base. The gripper features injection molded components and can use two standard hobby servos (not included) for open and close and wrist rotate. The clamp open to 1.3" and the wrist rotates approximately 180 degrees. It needs only a screw driver for assembly.
This fantastic light disc consists of 7 SMD RGB LED. It illustrates a beautiful color combination much better than traditional RGB led. You can control the LEDs via the RGB pins. By pulse-width-modulating the pins any color can be created by mixing different amounts of red, green, and blue. Running from a 5V source, these LEDs are painfully bright. With a proper case, a beautiful mood light is just up and running.
The DFRobot LM35 Linear Temperature Sensor is based on the semiconductor LM35 temperature sensor. The DFRobot LM35 Linear Temperature Sensor can be used to detect ambient air temperature. This sensor is produced by National Semiconductor Corporation and offers a functional range between -40 degree Celsius to 150 degree Celsius. Sensitivity is 10mV per degree Celsius. The output voltage is proportional to the temperature.
The 6V, 180rpm Micro DC Geared Motor with Back Shaft is ideal for DIY enthusiasts and is designed to easily incorporate the DFRobot Encoder. These motors are inexpensive, small, easy to install, and ideally suited for use in a mobile robot car. The DFRobot RoMeo microcontroller (sold separately) is able to complete the closed-loop PID making use of the optional encoders.
This compact bracket enables convenient mounting of popular micro metal gearmotors. The plastic bracket encloses the otherwise exposed gears, and the mounting tabs capture the nuts for easy installation.
The MIDI Shield board gives your Arduino access to the powerful MIDI communication protocol, so you can control synthesizers, sequencers, and other musical devices. The MIDI protocol shares many similarities with standard asynchronous serial interfaces, so you can use the UART pins of your Arduino to send and receive MIDI's event messages.
The Arduino Nano I/O Shield acts as a breadkout board for the Arduino Nano and DFRduino Nano microcontrollers. There are several different options for power input and the footprint of the DFRduino board is the same as the Arduino Duemilanove. In addition, each pinout includes 5V and GND pins for easy connection to sensors or servos. Unit comes fully assembled. The board also has a space specifically for the DFRobot bluetooth module.
This is the back panel to our popular LCD Shield. This shield allows you to place your own LCD onto this shield. It only requieres a 16x2 HD44780 compatible LCD. This Shield uses Arudino LCD4Bit library.
Universal sensor adapter, can be accessed by digital input modules and analog input module. The module with Arduino sensor expansion board, in combination, can be a simple circuit design, to achieve "Plug and Play."
Most project of Arduino may need more than two voltage supply. When feed with from 4.5-35V, this power shield able to provide a voltage range from 1.25-12V with 3A peak current. Ideal for servo control and other non-standard components. With this shield, your Arduino now have one power supply for all.
The DFRobot Single Relay blocks the number of electronic modules. It can be used in interactive projects. It can also be used to control the lighting, electrical and other equipments. The modular design makes it easy to expand with the Arduino board (not included). The Relay output state by a light-emitting diode. It can be controlled through the digital IO port, such as solenoid valves, lamps, motors and other high current or high voltage devices.
The DFRobot Relay shield is capable of controlling 4 relays. The max switching power could be DC 90W or AC 360VA. It could be directly controlled by Arduino/DFRduino through digital IOs with external 9v supply. With buildin xbee type socket, it can be wirelessly controlled via Xbee/bluetooth/WPM. Make it an ideal solution for home automation and robotics purpose.