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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.
2A Booster DC-DC Step-Up module Micro USB Input 2V-24V to 5/9/12/28V
This budget DC-DC boost converter cranks up input voltage from as low as 2V to an output as high as 28VDC
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