This is the serial backpack for graphic LCDs. The Graphic LCD Serial Backpack interfaces to either our 160x128 pixel "Huge" Graphic LCD, or the smaller 128x64 pixel display, and provides a simple serial interface to a full range of controls.
This backpack will allow you to write text, draw lines, circles and boxes, set or reset individual pixels, and erase specific blocks of the display. The backlight and baud rate can also be controlled via serial communication. There's also a reverse mode that allows the screen to operate blue on white instead of white on blue. Additionally, all source code for the ATMega168 processor is compiled using the free WinAVR compiler and is free for downloading.
There is a solder jumper on the backpack that determines which display is used. When the solder jumper is closed, code for the 128x64 display will run. If the jumper is open, code for the 160x128 display will run.
This simple board breaks out a micro-B USB connector\'s VCC, GND, D- and D+ pins to a 0.1" pitch header. If you want to add the increasingly popular micro-B USB to your project, but don\'t want to put up with soldering the tiny connector, this is the board for you.
Tower Pro MG995 is a high quality but really low-cost servo for all your mechatronic needs.It has a high quality and high torque.It comes witd a 3-pin power and control cable, even a dozen of hardware as shown.
These couplers allow you to connect a 1/4 shaft directly to your C1 Hitec servo spline. The set screw included with each shaft coupler works well with straight or d-shafts. These servo shaft couplers have a length of 0.5, an outer diameter of 0.42, and an inner diameter of 0.25.
Add Internet to your next project with an adorable, bite-sized WiFi microcontroller, at a price you like! The ESP8266 processor from Espressif is an 80 MHz microcontroller with a full WiFi front-end (both as client and access point) and TCP/IP stack with DNS support as well. While this chip has been very popular, its also been very difficult to use. Most...