We've created a brand new edition of the full-color SIK manual! Updated graphics, code revisions and in-depth instruction have been added to make learning basic electronics even easier! Make your way through the example circuits and you'll learn all about:
Controlling a toy motor
Controlling a servo
Making (bad) music
Using buttons as inputs
Twisting a volume knob
Detecting ambient light
Controlling big devices
Mixing LED colors
Buy extra kit guides for classroom or workshop situations when people need to share kits, or just keep a few as backups for when one of them is inevitably wiped out in a tragic coffee-spill accident.
If you\'ve ever wondered how to control the headlight of a car from a microcontroller, a MOSFET is what you need. This is a very common MOSFET with very low on-resistance and a control voltage (aka gate voltage) that is compatible with any 3-5V microcontroller or mechanical switch. This allows you to control high-power devices with very low-power control...
This is the Teensy Audio board add-on for the Teensy 3.0 and 3.1 development boards. This audio board provides you with an easy-to-use tool to add high quality 16 bit, 44.1 kHz sample rate audio to your Teensy project. With the audio library provided in the Documents section below you will be able to use both the input and output simultaneously in order...
This breakout board is the ultimate companion for the VLSI VS1053B DSP codec chip. The VS1053 can decode a wide variety of audio formats such as MP3, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, WMA, MIDI, FLAC, WAV (PCM and ADPCM). It can also be used to record audio in both PCM (WAV) and compressed Ogg Vorbis. You can do all sorts of stuff with the audio as well such as adjusting...
This 1.3"OLED display module is made of 128x64 individual write OLED pixels, It uses I2C to communicate with microcontroller such as Arduino, with the given library, it would be easy to integrate the OLED display module into your project.
In secure embedded systems, you often need to authenticate messages or connected devices but many microcontrollers aren\'t set up for the necessary cryptography. That\'s where the Atmel ATSHA204 comes in.
Single row of 40-holes, female header. Can be cut to size with a pair of wire-cutters. Standard .1" spacing. We use them extensively in the Olimex development boards. They mate very well with break away male headers.
This Raspberry Pi prototyping shield is compatible with models B+, 2B and newest 3B. it\'stacks on top of your Pi and is easily removeable. The board uses dual headers on the underside to connect to the Pi\'s GPIO headers. The board itself a large prototyping area, half of which is breadboard-style (with horizontal and vertical rails), and half which is...