The SparkFun logic level converter is a small device that safely steps down 5V signals to 3.3V and steps up 3.3V to 5V. This level converter also works with 2.8V and 1.8V devices.
Use the NunChucky I2C Breakout Board Adapter to use your Wii Nunchuck controller in your own projects!
USB type-B connectors are the big ugly square ones. Easy to find cables for, but they sure ain't very pretty. So they still have value. Get them here at Solarbotics!
The DS75176 is equivalent to the SN75176
Begone, hard-to-program USB devices! At the hands of my FT232RL chip, you will behave like a serial comm port!
he ST232 is a 2 driver, 2 receiver device following EIA/TIA-232 and V.28 communication standard.
The Parallax USB to RS-232 is a great little adapter that takes your mini-USB connector and converts it to a RS-232 interface!
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).
Basic breakout board for FTDI's popular USB to UART IC. Now with internal oscillator and EEPROM, the FT232RL is an impressive IC!
Add a USB drive or thumbdrive to your microcontroller!
The Adafruit LCD backpacks reduce the number of pins needed to connect to an LCD. LCDs are a fun and easy way to have your microcontroller project talk back to you.
Because the Arduino (and Basic Stamp) are 5V devices, and most modern sensors, displays, flash cards and modes are 3.3V-only, many makers find that they need to perform level shifting/conversion to protect the 3.3V device from 5V.