The Grove MQ9 sensor specializes in sensing Carbon Monoxide, Methane, and Liquified Petroleum Gas vapour.
Ultrasonic distance sensor, featuring the plug-in-and-use Grove system.
Monitor ultraviolet (UV) radiation in the 240mn-400mn range using the Grove interface system.
Any project that requires talking to a standard 38kHz IR remote control will work well with this receiver.
Galvanic skin response measures the electrical conductance of skin. This Grove module makes it easy to measure the response across 2 fingers on a hand.
It's a ready-to-use touch sensor switch compatible with the Grove system. Plug it in, tuck it in behind a non-metallic surface, and you are finished.
An adjustable-sensitivity flame sensor, with Grove interface compatibility.
Detect carbon monoxide, alcohol, acetone, paint thinner, formaldehyde and other gasses with this plug-and-use Grove module.
Convenient plug-in-and-use Infrared emitter module for the Grove system.
I2C Color Sensor based on the TCS3414CS.
Use Grove to simplify your project, and in this case, to add LED strip lights. Drives both mono-colour and RGB styles, up to 3A per channel.
Grove - Mega Shield is a extension board for Arduino Mega and Google ADK.
On the rare occasion there isn't a Grove module for your project, build your own!
Have your Grove experiment display more information in more ways than just 2 lines of 16 characters of text. Have it change the background lighting of the LCD for additional feedback.
The Grove latching relays are interesting because they take a pulse to toggle their state, which it maintains even after a power cycle.
Amplified speaker output for the Grove prototyping system.
Grove-compatible circular 24 LED array, ideally used with a rotary encoder input.
The Grove PIR sensor is specifically tuned to detect the moving heat signatures of human bodies.
This grove unit is a simple way to add a rotation input device to your project.
No doubt the simplest and most flexible no-soldering way to start hacking with Arduino.
Before inexpensive microcontrollers, logic circuits did the bulk of electronic decision-making. The Mixer Pack makes it easy to play with simple "if-then" circuits without soldering.
Super simple - it's a ball in a tube that plugs into the Grove system to detect tilt.
Another nice visual indicator for the Grove system, with a 10 segment display. 3.3-5V
This simple Grove moisture sensor is ideal for measuring soil dampness.
This advanced Grove sensor breaks out into 4 touch sensor pads for finger proximity detection.
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