This long-motored 360:1 Mini Metal Gear Motor is a torquey, compact brute!
Looking for a more flexibility out of your Sumovore, but you're not too up on programming? The PICAXE is a PIC-based solution, programmable with flowcharts - and we've added it to the Sumovore!
This new solarcell is a bit smaller than the SCC2433, giving you solar power in a small and convenient package.
Use the NunChucky I2C Breakout Board Adapter to use your Wii Nunchuck controller in your own projects!
The ScrewShield is a “wing-format” shield that extends the Arduino pins to sturdy, secure, and dependable screw terminal blocks. (You even get a few bonus terminals for extra GND and power!&#
Already have an Arduino, but not sure what to do with it? Add it to our Solarbotics edition of the Arduino Experimenter's Kit!
The DS1302 is a Trickle Charge Timekeeping IC that contains an RTC/calendar and 31 bytes of static RAM.
The DTE RS-232 module is a tight and tidy way to convert RS-232 (computer-level) signals down to a microcontroller level signal strengths. DCE means it's configured as a "Data Communications Equipment" (with 9 holes).
The PicBit-18 Kit is an In-Circuit Serial Programming adapter for 18-Pin PICmicros.
The PicBit-28 Kit is an In-Circuit Serial Programming adapter for 28-Pin PICmicros.
These consist of a bright LED and flexible twisted lead wires that have a 2 slot female connector on the end (which can be removed).
You know and love the GM15, but hate the pulley shaft? Ok, ok - here's a more standard "D" shaft configuration!
Caprolactone Thermoplastic - tongue-twisting mouthful of chemicalness. But this stuff is cool! You have to heat it up to work with it. Paradoxically, it still very cool, believe me.
The Solarbotics Arduino Freeduino Enclosure (SAFE) is a laser-cut acrylic case for your projects - now we created a line of faceplates to custom-fit a variety of microcontrollers.
This is the tiniest gear motor we've seen that's humanly affordable. What can you do with it? Ummm...
Based on the project in our book "Junkbots...", it's been re-featured in Make Magazine Volume 28 as a DIY article!
Our DragonTail is a brand new, bare-bones robotic platform. It's shiny and slick lookin', but... What can you do with it? Here is a bundle to get the DragonTail navigating its environment in no time!
The BeetleBot is a simple kit to make a quick and basic obstacle-avoiding robot without using any solder.