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DC 24V 6A Power SupplyUS $14.95Select options
DFPlayer-mp3 module for ArduinoUS $5.50Add to cart
DFPlayer-mp3 module for ArduinoUS $5.50
This is the simplest mp3 player that can be used with and without Arduino. This is an alternative solution to WTV020SD-16P. Simply plugin in a microSD card with mp3 files, connect a simple speaker, and play music.
93 in stock
DIY FM transmitter bug DIY kitUS $6.50Add to cart
DIY FM transmitter bug DIY kitUS $6.50
It is yet another DIY FM transmitter with a CR2032 cell holder
- Transmits your voice to your FM radio within the frequency: 88MHz-108MHz
- Works as an FM bug.
- Easy to solder.
- A learning FM transmitter DIY kit for electronics beginners.
- This product is a DIY kit, not the end product! This soldering project requires basic electronic knowledge and hands-on ability.
87 in stock
Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Arduino- Make Your Own ArduinoUS $14.95Add to cart
Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Arduino- Make Your Own ArduinoUS $14.95
This kit contains everything you need to build your very own Uno-compatible DIY Arduino board. Simply follow the Assembly Guide and after some basic soldering, you’ll have made a fully-functional Arduino-compatible development board. The included ATmega328 comes pre-loaded with the “Optiboot” bootloader so you don’t have to worry about loading the firmware, simply solder it together, connect an FTDI Basic and load your favorite sketch using the Arduino IDE.
20 in stock
Easy Clap switch- DIY kitUS $5.50Add to cart
Easy Clap switch- DIY kitUS $5.50
It’s a simple clap switch DIY kit for electronics beginners, hobbyists, and students. The circuit turns on an LED on your first clap and turns it off on your second clap. There is a possibility of connecting a relay module to this circuit so that you can turn on a 110V-220V AC lights with your claps easily.
8 in stock
Easy Protoboard v.1.0 with DIY power supplyUS $11.95Add to cart
Easy Protoboard v.1.0 with DIY power supplyUS $11.95
This simple protoboard has a DIY power supply. You can get 3.3V and 5V supplies and construct your basic or Arduino projects on the protoboard. Power up the project with the power supply made on top of the board. It is an easy project for beginners.
6 in stock
Infrared based music transmitter and receiver DIY KitUS $9.95Add to cart
Infrared based music transmitter and receiver DIY KitUS $9.95
With this “Infrared music transmitter and receiver DIY kit”, you can easily transmit audio from an audio source (for example, mobile phone or mp3 player) to LM386 based audio amplifier module via an infrared link. This project is very popular among beginners, hobbyists, and students.
92 in stock
LCD Shield For Arduino-Bluetooth Android HobbyistsUS $11.95Add to cart
LCD Shield For Arduino-Bluetooth Android HobbyistsUS $11.95
This LCD shield is designed for experimenters who are interested in Android- Arduino, and Bluetooth experiments.
- RGB LED
- A white 5mm LED
- Light-dependent resistor ( LDR) based light sensor.
- LM35DZ-temperature sensor.
- 16×2 LCD display.
- There is a header for HC-SR04 ultrasonic range finder.
6 in stock
LED Chaser Using NE555, CD4017, Infrared Receiver And PhotoresistorUS $9.95Add to cart
LED Chaser Using NE555, CD4017, Infrared Receiver And PhotoresistorUS $9.95
The kit does work normally like a normal LED chaser kit. In addition to its obvious features, it has a photoresistor that allows you to change the speed of the chasing LEDs. In the old LED chaser, the speed is controlled with a variable resistor. In this kit, we have used a photoresistor to work as a variable resistor. As the light falling on the photoresistor changes, the speed of the LEDs also changes.
22 in stock
LM386 Audio amplifier DIY KitUS $5.50Add to cart
OSD Shield for Arduino – On Screen DisplayUS $24.95Add to cart
PAM8302- Adafruit Mono 2.5W Class D Audio AmplifierUS $4.95Add to cart
PAM8302- Adafruit Mono 2.5W Class D Audio AmplifierUS $4.95
This amplifier module is similar to LM386 module. This amplifier module can be used for basic hobbyist electronic projects.
100 in stock
Photoresistor And Laser Operated Large Digital Objects Counter With 2.3″ DisplaysUS $29.95Read more
Photoresistor And Laser Operated Large Digital Objects Counter With 2.3″ DisplaysUS $29.95
A laser light module illuminates the photoresistor continuously and whenever any object obstructs the laser light falling on the photoresistor, the counter increases the count. You can use this 3 digit digital objects counter for counting objects or people entering a room. It can be used by engineers for learning about digital counters.
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PIR motion sensorUS $5.00Add to cart
PIR motion sensorUS $5.00
This is a simple to use motion sensor. Power it up and wait 1-2 seconds for the sensor to get a snapshot of the still room. If anything moves after that period, the ‘alarm’ pin will go low. This unit works great from 5 to 12V. You can also install a jumper wire past the 5V regulator on board to make this unit work at 3.3V. Sensor uses 1.6mA@3.3V.
100 in stock
Relay module for Clap switch- Operate 100-240V AC AppliancesUS $11.95Add to cart
Relay module for Clap switch- Operate 100-240V AC AppliancesUS $11.95
This relay module can be connected to the basic clap switch DIY kit and you can operate a 110V-220V lamp easily.
10 in stock
SCORE4- 2 teams/players Arduino based digital scoreboard with 2.3″, 3″ and 4″ displaysUS $495.00Select options
SCORE4- 2 teams/players Arduino based digital scoreboard with 2.3″, 3″ and 4″ displaysUS $495.00
The price of this product is not decided yet. We will finalize the price soon. We are still in the R&D phase.
- 2 players/teams Arduino based digital Scoreboard
- Programmable using FTDI basic breakout board
- Available in 3 sizes: 2.3″, 3″ and 4″ displays
- Works with SCORE4 module of Scoreduino app
- Send specific numbers to the displays using the app
- Bluetooth is the communication medium between the Scoreboard and app
- Can be controlled with 4CH RF remote control
- Use switches to manually increase or decrease the count
- 2.3″ scoreboards work with 9V and 3″ and 4″ scoreboards work with 12V.