The Ardweeny Prototype Pack gives you the ability to get your Ardweeny project figured out before you make the giant leap of soldering it all together for it's final presentation. Think of this pack as the scrimmage before the big game!
Throw this bundle together to have one of the first Arduino-compatible Mini-Sumo kits out there. Get your trusty soldering iron out, build the Sumovore and Sumoshield Kits, then toss the Arduino on-top, program it with the supplied code, and watch the Sumo/Line-following madness ensue.
This Arduino shield rocks a socket for wireless modules, such as Digi Xbee, so that you can float your bits and bytes of data through air with the greatest of ease.
This is the Arduino shield version of our TLC5940 Breakout. The PWM Shield will allow you to generate up to 16 PWM signals from your Arduino by utilizing the power of the TLC5940 IC.
Parallax makes the Arduino BoEBot-Friendly!
Pololu is known for some killer motor driver technology. They're bringing their mojo to the Arduino! Dual robust VNH5019 motor drivers take 5.5 to 24 V and punch out a continuous 12 A (30 A peak) per motor, or a continuous 24 A (60 A peak) to a single motor connected to both channels.
SparkFun has mounted a RFM22 433MHz ISM FSK transceiver module to a shield. What's it do? Let you do a cheap point-to-point (and basic mesh networks) using 433MHz!
Want to do some wireless communication for the Arduino, but on the cheap? The Wicked Devices 433MHz Receiver Shield will give your Arduino-compatible ears!