Get started making tiny Arduino projects with the Ardweeny Starter Pack! There's no need to leave your full Arduino board in your project since it's great for prototyping, just drop in an Ardweeny which is about 1/3 the cost and much, much smaller.
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!
Triple the flavour, Triple the Fun, that the guarantee of Solarbotics Triple mint......wait a second...this isn't a Gum commercial!!! But it is a announcement for our Ardweeny Triple Pack which gives you 3 Ardweenys and a FTDI adapter for a reduced price.
The Ardweeny Project Pack was created for you to sink your small Arduino-compatible project directly into it's application right away. If you like microwave dinners and pizza pops this bundle is for you, and even if you don't it's for you as well!
Looking to build the smallest, handiest, bread-board friendly Arduino-compatible? The Ardweeny fits on the back of the included ATmega328P, taking up no more valuable breadboard space than the microcontroller itself!
Need a simple breakout for your Synapse modules? Use this kit for the application end of your Synapse Wireless RF networks. This kit will provide your Synapse node with 3.3V regulated power and break out all the nodal pins.
This coin-cell powered microcontroller runs three LEDs through button selectable light blinking sequences with smooth transitions. Use it to teach soldering, have a late night blinky party, or hack into your own creation.
Our Brutusbot kit is capable of destruction and whimsical grace but it ain't going anywhere without a brain! Enter the Brutusbot Electronics Bundle, the totally open-source controller plus motor driver system to get your Brutusbot on it's warpath or to it's next dance recital.
The Solarbotics Sumovore Kit is a strong, modular design with over 500 man-hours of development and 21 prototypes behind it. It has more power, speed, and is less expensive than the Junun Mark III, Parallax Mini-Sumo, and Tab SumoBot.
This little number is an interface board for any BS2-compatible or Stamp Stack II controller, it is intended for use with products that were designed to accept Solarbotics add-on brainboards such as the Sumovore and ScoutWalker III.
For true DIY, hack the included cassette mechanism into a solar-powered device using the high performance Miller Solarengine which converts light into impressive bursts of energy! Rapid fire, SCC2433-MSE version.