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This is the XBee WiFi Module with wire antenna from Digi.
The low-power XBee 802.15.4 and extended-range XBee-PRO 802.15.4 use the IEEE 802.15.4 networking protocol for fast point-to-multipoint or peer-to-peer networking.
This is a simple breakout board for the popular XBee product from Maxstream.
Includes all the components you need to plug the XBee Board into your Make Controller, and interface with sensors and actuators directly.
This new revision fixes some minor spacing and labeling issues, but functionality remains the same. The XBee Shield simplifies the task of interfacing an XBee with your Arduino.
Ever want to change the species of your RF modules? Now you can evolve your XBees into Synapses! Well that doesn't really make sense but, hey, it doesn't change the fact that you can now do it with this kit!
This is the XBee Explorer Dongle unit for the XBee line.
The XBee Explorer Regulated takes care of the 3.3V regulation, signal conditioning, and basic activity indicators (Power, RSSI and DIN/DOUT activity LEDs). This makes it SO much easier to start playing with XBee!
The PICAXE Connect board lets you hook up a Digi XBee module or LocSense GPS module to your PICAXE or (using a MAX3232 chip) a computer.
The is a breakout board for the popular XBee modules. Board includes easy-to-sew tabs and all the necessary power regulation to run on the LilyPad system.
Want to try Synapse, but only have XBee hardware? HAH - Synapse thought of that with their new RF266PC1. Synapse power in an XBee footprint!
This is a simple to use, USB to serial base unit for the XBee line.
Easily add Class 1 Bluetooth to any of your Xbee enabled projects! This module allows your project to be up to 20 meters away.
Every laser needs a holder!
Add a USB drive or thumbdrive to your microcontroller!
A nice, compact 5mW green laser. Fun, but don't point in anyone's eyes.
When mini buck converters just won't do, 200W should manage it nicely.
Simple, logic-controlled variable speed fan for fire-fighterbots and other wind-inducing experimentation (beans not required)
A 3.3V Propeller-based microcontroller focused on providing an easy to use platform for educational purposes.
Give your project a voice, and more than just pre-recorded messages on loop! The EMIC 2 takes a serial string and turns it into synthesized voice.
New! This 8MP Camera Module replaces the older 5MP unit!
Excellent for building a portable project with a single LiPoly, and recharge it from microUSB!
This is a speed sensor, designed to check the rate of a motor.
Compact, inexpensive, and LASER. Enough said.
OLEDs are simply the next step up in display technology. Sure, a regular LCD may work, but you should use OLEDs when you need a much brighter display, much better viewing angle and lower current consumption!
Think of this as a audio robotic digestive system. It'll eat 20 whole seconds of sound before barking it back at you with beautiful clarity, maybe not exactly as you remember it but pretty close!
4-channel relay control board with optical isolation.
Rotary Encoder module with integrated push button. Perfect addition to that Arduino project!
This 20 character by 2 line LCD, comes with an easy to use serial communication interface and has the capability to connect up to a 5 by 5 matrix style keypad.
What a sweet idea! A 802.11b/g wifi module with a XBee plugin footprint! This model uses a built in wire antenna.
What a sweet idea! A 802.11b/g wifi module with a XBee plugin footprint! This model features a UFL antenna connector.
What a sweet idea! A 802.11b/g wifi module with a XBee plugin footprint! This model features a SMA antenna connector.
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. DTE means it's configured as a "Data Terminal Equipment" (with 9 pins).
The original BASIC Stamp 2 Module is still a practical and versatile microcontroller for all kinds of embedded projects.
Add ethernet connectivity to your project with the Wiznet WIZ811MJ module. Ready to go on a convenient board!
The Parallax RFID Reader Module is a 125 kHz RFID reader.
This PICAXE-28X2 module contains a surface-mount 28X2(AXE201) chip, voltage regulator, download socket, and reset switch in a convenient 28 pin (0.6") format. Ideal for breadboarding work.
This 20 character x 4 line serial LCD module is identical to the LK204-25 model except that it does not have a keypad interface and only has 1 GPO.
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 BASIC Stamp 2p24 Module is a practical and powerful microcontroller for all kinds of embedded projects.
The BASIC Stamp 2px24 Module is a practical (kind of like a screwdriver) and powerful (not at all like a giant missile) microcontroller for all kinds of embedded projects.
All MOS units can be directly connected to a microcontroller such as a PIC, BASIC Stamp, OOPic or PICAXE using the TTL interface.
The Parallax RFID Reader Module is a 125 kHz RFID reader, with a USB connection.
Slim and space efficient, this unit is used in a variety of industrial applications such as computer servers and web application control systems.
This Parallax LCD is a bare-bones, back-lit serial module for simple display applications. But it doesn't actually have bones. That'd be gross and creepy.
The ESP8266 (ESP-12F AP+STA) is a nice "Internet of Things" microcontroller with Wifi (or as a wifi bridge for your project)
The BOB-4-HG is the (header connector version) module for NTSC or PAL video.
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