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Rotary Encoder module with integrated push button. Perfect addition to that Arduino project!
If you're using a Wheel Watcher with a GM2 or GM3, you need this encoder wheel spacer!
Here's a really cool quadrature encoder and motor driver for the GM17 Gear motor designed by the micro-specialists at Didel.
This quadrature encoder board is designed to hold two infrared reflectance sensors inside the hub of a Pololu 42x19mm wheel and measure the movement of the twelve teeth along the wheel's rim.
This sensor measures 10 full turns, 3600 degrees of rotation goodness.
This ratiometric linear Hall-effect sensor provides a voltage output that is proportional to the applied magnetic field.
Put your finger on the Phidgets circular touch, and it feeds the data back to your PC!
The Phidgets Linear Touch sensor returns the position of your finger on a slider back to your PC
The Phidget Rotation Sensor is a 300 deg. Rotation sensor for the Phidget 8/8/8.
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.
Traditional switches are large and... switchy. Make your own slick switch buttons by plugging in conductive leads to this board to make a 5-button controller that suits YOUR needs.
This advanced Grove sensor breaks out into 4 touch sensor pads for finger proximity detection.
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