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  • Snap-circuits 6SCS1 slide switch

      Snap-circuits 6SCS1 slide switch 10119907
    In stock: 50 

  • Snap-circuits 6SCR2 resistor 1 kohm

      Snap-circuits 6SCR2 resistor 1 kohm 10119908
    In stock: 100 

  • CMX264D5 SSOP-24 Domain Split-Band Scrambler

      CMX264D5 SSOP-24 Domain Split-Band Scrambler
    Frequency Domain Split Band Scrambler The CMX264 is a frequency domain scrambler for use in analogue cellular phone systems. It contains separate Tx and Rx paths for full duplex operation and operates under µProcessor control via a simple serial interface. In the Tx path, scrambling is achieved by splitting the audio band into two parts, or sub-bands, and frequency inverting each one. The frequency at which the signal is split, the split-point, can be either fixed or rolling between four possible settings resulting in a transmitted audio signal which is unintelligible to eavesdropper. Features * Ensures Privacy * Fixed or Rolling Code * Full Duplex * Standby Mode * High Quality Recovered Audio * Uses Split Band Inversion * Low Height, Surface Mount Package * Low Current, Low Voltage * 3.0V, Low Power Operation * 4.433619MHz Operation 40350264
    In stock: 25 

  • LPC2106BBD48 LQFP40 Microcontroller ARM-core, 64kB RAM, 128k

      LPC2106BBD48 LQFP40 Microcontroller ARM-core, 64kB RAM, 128k
    Single chip microprocessor based on ARM7 core. Key features 16/32 bit ARM7TDMI-S processor. 64 kB on-chip Static RAM. 128 kB on-chip Flash Program Memory. 128 bit wide interface/accelerator enables high speed 60 MHz operation. In-System Programming (ISP) and In-Application Programming (IAP) via on-chip boot-loader software. Flash programming takes 1 ms per 512 byte line. Single sector or full chip erase takes 400 ms. Vectored Interrupt Controller with configurable priorities and vector addresses. EmbeddedICE-RT interface enables breakpoints and watch points. Interrupt service routines can continue to execute whilst the foreground task is debugged with the on-chip RealMonitor software. Embedded Trace Macrocell enables non-intrusive high speed real-time tracing of instruction execution. Multiple serial interfaces including two UARTs (16C550), Fast I²C (400 kbits/s) and SPI. Two 32-bit timers (7 capture/compare channels), PWM unit (6 outputs), Real Time Clock and Watchdog. Up to thirty-two 5 V tolerant general purpose I/O pins in a tiny LQFP48 (7 x 7 mm2) package. 60 MHz maximum CPU clock available from programmable on-chip Phase-Locked Loop with settling time of 100 us. On-chip crystal oscillator with an operating range of 1 MHz to 30 MHz. Two low power modes, Idle and Power-down. Processor wake-up from Power-down mode via external interrupt. Individual enable/disable of peripheral functions for power optimization. Dual power supply: CPU operating voltage range of 1.65 V to 1.95 V (1.8 V +- 8.3 pct.). I/O power supply range of 3.0 V to 3.6 V (3.3 V +- 10 pct.) with 5 V tolerant I/O pads. Mfg: Philips 40362106
    In stock: 16 
    1 - 99.00
    10 - 89.10

  • PeekyPokey USB GPIO UART (utgår)

      PeekyPokey USB GPIO UART (utgår)
    PeekyPokey is a simple yet ingenious way to give your PC a GPIO-port. Via this device you can sense and control signals and things in the physical world. PeekyPokey is breadboard friendly, and fits perfectly thanks to its DIP-24 socket. The PC is connected via the onboard USB-port, which is also used to power the unit. Drivers and example programs for Windows can be found on the PeekyPokey project site (see more under files). Some examples of what you can do with a PeekyPokey: Controlling relays Driving RC servos and stepper motors Reading RFID card and tags Interfacing with MIDI enabled instruments or sound modules Reacting on physical switches, buttons and sensors Writing text on LCD display Breadboard power supply +5V and 3.3V USB to serial converter Specifications: 8 general purpose digital inputs/outputs (GPIO), each with indicator LED and a 100k pull-down resistor Configurable serial Tx/Rx LEDs On-board 3.3V regulator Mechncical switch to select Vdd and logic levels 5V or 3.3V Vdd plus fixed 5V and 3.3V available as power sources USB bus powered with indicator LED Jumper to enable/disable all LED Standard 0.6" DIP-24 socket footprint Built-in EEPROM for storing power-on configurations Integrated 300 - 921 600 bps buffered serial port (TTL UART) with h/w flow control Additional info can be found in the Datasheet 41011776
    In stock: 48 

  • Snap-circuits PC-interface

      Snap-circuits PC-interface
    Allows SC-300 or SC-500 to interface with a computer! Turns your computer into an oscilloscope and spectrum analyzer so you can see electronics, and includes 73 bonus experiments! (32 experiments require the SC-500) 10113006
    In stock: 6 

  • Atmega8U2 Breakout Board

      Atmega8U2 Breakout Board
    The board comes pre-loaded with the SparkFun USB to Serial COM Port firmware. When the board plugs into a USB port, Windows will ask for a driver, point to the driver .inf file found below. The board should now enumerate as a 'SparkFun COM Port' and act the same as the SparkFun FTDI Basic. In other words, you can use it as a USB to serial bridge or you can use it to load code with Arduino. In addition, the pinout on the end of the board is the same as the FTDI Basic, which means you can plug it directly into boards like the Arduino Pro. In addition to the USB to serial firmware, the board also has Atmel's DFU bootloader installed. For information on how to use the bootloader, see the readme file here. You will need to first install Atmel's FLIP software. The bootloader allows you to load your code over USB. See the LUFA project for more example projects. There is also a selectable 3.3V/5V jumper to set the logic level and VCC voltage. Note: If using this board to load code with the Arduino IDE, be sure to select the 'Arduino Pro (5V, 16MHz) w/ATmega328' as the device. If using the DFU bootloader with Atmel's FLIP software, be sure to select the AT90USB82 as the device in FLIP. 41004700
    In stock: 4 

  • ATMEGA32U4 Breakout

      ATMEGA32U4 Breakout
    The ATMega 32U4 is an 8-bit AVR microcontroller featuring 32KB self-programming flash program memory, 2.5KB SRAM, 1KB EEPROM and a 12-channel 10-bit A/D-converter. It even has on-chip USB 2.0. You might recognize it from our Pro Micro development boards as well as the Arduino Leonardo. This breakout is designed for people who are interested in programming outside of the Arduino IDE in order to take advantage of lower-level programming capabilities. The board comes pre-loaded with the LUFA CDC bootloader, which allows you to build your code with WinAVR and then program the chip through the USB interface using the program AVRDUDE and without using an external hardware programmer. When you power the board on, your application will run by default. If there's no application in program memory then the bootloader will run. If you have an application already on the IC and you want to reprogram, simply press the on-board reset button and the bootloader will run for 7 seconds to allow time for programming. The first time you plug in your board, Windows will ask for a driver. Install the INF file below and the board should enumerate as a COM port. Each pin on the breakout board is labeled with the AVR pin name including the port letter (PB0, PF6, etc.) to make prototyping a little easier. This is a great board for anyone who is thinking about making the transition from Arduino to AVR C. Check out the Github repository for updated example code, the bootloader source and build files, and additional programming information. 41010575
    In stock: 2 

  • Running light

      Running light
    Rinnande ljus med 4 utgångar. Totalt 32 program, varav 10 som du själv kan programmera. Triac-utgångar för max 4A/220V (1000 W). 12108055
    In stock: 7 

  • MP3-decoder module SD (VS1002)

      MP3-decoder module SD (VS1002)
    Description: A ready to go VS1002 MP3 decoder board. Includes SD socket, battery holder, voltage regulation, and audio jacks. Add your choice of controllers and you've got a configurable MP3 player! FEATURES: Based on VS1002 hardware decoder for MPEG 1 & 2 audio layer 3 (ISO 11172-3), MP3+V, WAV and PCM files ; supports ADPCM encoding and decoding supports VBR (variable bitrate) for MP3; Supports streaming Single 1.5V battery cell operation with on board low power DC/DC voltage boost converter UEXT to connect to host microcontroller (standard connector on our ARM development boards) Can work as stand-alone MP3 player operation SD/MMC socket on board Stereo Audio microphone jack, Stereo Audio headphones jack Can be used to record and playback Triple action lever switch: Forward, Reverse, Play/Pause action PCB: FR-4, 1.5 mm (0,062"), green soldermask, white silkscreen component print Dimensions: 57x45 mm (2.2x1.8") 41002948
    In stock: 2 

  • Button Pad Controller USB

      Button Pad Controller USB
    Connect ALL the buttons! The Button Pad Controller USB was designed to control an entire multi-board system of Button Pad Controllers through an easy to use API over a USB connection. The board is 4"x4" and has 16 tri-color LEDs and 16 corresponding button pads (i.e. The button pads surround each LED). The USB Button Pad Controller is designed to communicate with up to 9 other Button Pad Controller SPI boards. The default firmware uses a 24 bit color scheme for each LED. Each board comes configured to work as a standalone unit and must be reconfigured for multiple board systems. We do not sell the frames shown in the photograph. We put those together for our own use as a demonstration of what two units (USB unit and a SPI unit) look like, boxed up together. Unit comes fully assembled and tested as shown. Unit does not include top button pad (listed below). Note: We're using new RGB LEDs which have the blue and green pins swapped. When setting the LED color, you'll need to swap the blue and green values in the command structure. Visually, nothing on the board has changed. Dimensions: 10x10cm 41010066
    In stock: 3 

  • LED-matrix RGB 8x8 incl controller w. SPI

      LED-matrix RGB 8x8 incl controller w. SPI
    This is a large sized RGB LED Matrix with a backpack that has been designed to take SPI serial input and display any graphics you pass it. All the refreshing and communication control is taken care of by the backpack. It's even reprogrammable! 7 software selectable colors are available! Unit comes with a Red/Green/Blue LED Matrix assembled with a RGB Matrix Backpack Controller. Dimensions: 60 x 60 x 28mm 40300302
    In stock: 2 
    1 - 629.00
    10 - 566.10
    25 - 471.75

  • Lens Horn Antenna 10GHz ø500mm 1782BCES-AA

      Lens Horn Antenna 10GHz ø500mm 1782BCES-AA
    Lens Horn Antenna for 10GHz microwave Manufacturer: Flann Microwave Type: 1782BCES-AA Freq.range: 10.1 - 10.6GHz Noominal gain: 33.5dBi Beam width: 3.5° e-plan, 4° h-plan VSWR: max 1.5 Diameter: ø500mm Special WG17 weatherproofed lens horn antenna Brackets to mount in either vertical or horizontal position Flange detail PBR120 compatible Paint finish gloss white Net weight 22.5kg For shipping outside Sweden the transport cost will be quoted individually. Surplus lot. Minor scratches may occur. 41012709
    In stock: 9 

  • Electric Sheep - Android

      Electric Sheep - Android
    Do Androids dream of Electric Sheep? Well if not, they should. The Electric Sheep board is a development tool (similar to the Arduino Mega ADK) for creating custom Android accessories. Based on the ATMEGA2560-16AU and carrying the same bootloader as the Arduino Mega 2560, this board communicates with your Android device over USB by taking advantage of Android's "Open Accessory" protocol. Android device-side interfaces can even be created without having to write Java code or mess around with the Eclipse IDE by using HandBag for Android! Features: ATMEGA2560-16AU Microcontroller Pre-loaded with Mega 2560 Bootloader USB-Host Connector On-board for Connection to Android Devices Create Android Accessories using the Arduino IDE and HandBag Arduino-style Pin Configuration (Shield Compatible) FTDI Header for Programming Input Voltage: 6-15VDC Dimensions: 53.50 x 101.50mm Note: Because of the configuration of the Open Accessory protocol, this board needs to supply 500mA to the Android device over the USB connection. If you're running peripheral devices from the board, you will need to provide more current to the DC input, which is rated for up to 1.5Amps. 41009916
    In stock: 4 

  • UAV v2 development platform

      UAV v2 development platform
    This is the new three axis UAV development board by Bill Premerlani. This board comes with a dsPIC30F4011 CPU, an MMA7260 three axis accelerometer and 3 LISY300AL gyros. It is intended for the do-it-yourselfer. By itself, it can be used to develop a three axis IMU controller. With the addition of an EM406 GPS receiver it can be used to develop a UAV controller for an RC car, plane, or boat. It comes with self-testing firmware that serves as a starting point for you to develop your own control and navigation firmware. Features: * Connection for a 20-Channel EM-406A SiRF III GPS Receiver (not included) * PIC dsPIC30F4011 Controller (with onboard 3.3V and 5V glue logic) * dsPIC runs at 120MHz with 16MHz resonator and PLL * MMA7260 three axis accelerometer * 3 LISY300AL gyros * 4 Input, 3 output PWM points * 6-Wire ICSP debug header * 2 Separate colored status LEDs * 3 General purpose switches * On board 3.3V and 5V regulators (150mA max) * 10m Positional Accuracy / 5m with WAAS * GPS Outputs NMEA 0183 and SiRF binary protocol * Spare USART connection for debugging * 4 Spare digital I/O pins for debugging Dimensions: 1.5 x 2.75 x 1.0" Weight: 34 grams (controller and GPS) 41003550
    In stock: 3 

  • Header board for LPC2468

      Header board for LPC2468
    Development board for the ARM7 LPC2468. Features: * MCU: LPC2468 * 16MB SDRAM * 128 MB NAN Flash * Standard JTAG connector with ARM 2x10 pin layout for programming/debugging with ARM-JTAG * Ethernet 100MBit * 2x USB hosts * USB-to-RS232 converter device connected to LPC2468 UART * SD/MMC card connector * UEXT connector with I2C, SPI, RS232 and power supply for connecting add-on modules like RF link, MP3, etc available from Olimex * Trimpot connected to ADC * RESET circuit with external control of Philips ISP utility via RS232 port * Two USER button * RESET Button * Two on board voltage regulators 3V and 5V with up to 800mA current * Extension port connector for many of microcontrollers pins * Single power supply: External power supply, USB or JTAG connector * Battery holder and connector for the RTC * Power supply led * FR-4, 1.5 mm, red soldermask, component print Dimensions: 90x60mm (3.54 x 2.36") 41003530
    In stock: 2 
    1 299.00

  • Moog Werkstatt-Ø1

      Moog Werkstatt-Ø1
    The Moog Werkstatt-Ø1 is a patchable and compact, one oscillator analog synthesizer. Whats really amazing about this kit is that there is no soldering required. Thats right, the Werkstatt-Ø1 is pretty much ready to go straight out of the box. All you need to do is construct the enclosure around the synthesizer PCB (or dont), plug in a ¼" audio plug and 12V power and you are good to go! Each Werkstatt-Ø1 has a variety of interface sections you can use to control the synthesizer, such as: VCO: A single Voltage Controlled Oscillator with two selectable waveforms is Werkstatts primary source of sound. VCO MOD: Oscillator Modulation is a way of creating everything from subtle pitch vibrato, and chorus-like sounds to metallic and harsh effects. LFO: The Low Frequency Oscillator creates a cyclical modulation source that can be used to add a repeating change to any modulation destination. VCF: The Voltage Controlled Filter is a classic 24dB per octave Moog Ladder filter, which shapes sound by attenuating and/or emphasizing certain harmonic elements. VCF MOD: Filter Modulation changes the value of the Filters Cutoff Frequency. VCA: The Voltage Controlled Amplifier determines the output level of the Werkstatt. Its source is determined by the Mode switch. Envelope: Each time a key is pressed, the Envelope Generator produces control voltages that allow you to change the value of certain parameters over time KBD: The keyboard features one-octave of round buttons as opposed to traditional keys, but the layout is the same. Glide: Determines the time it takes to make a smooth pitch transition from one note to another note Patchable Header: This allows control signals generated by the Werkstatt to be easily routed to the control inputs of the VCO, VCF, VCA, and LFO. Putting together your Werkstatt is easy. No soldering is required, and all of the electronic components have been pre-assembled. The only tools you will need are a #1 Phillips screwdriver, and a good pair of scissors. The Werkstatt-Ø1 is an excellent platform for exploring the world of analog synthesizer circuits. A lifetime of experimentation, knob twisting, and sound design awaits. In the Documents section below you will find many projects from Moog to use in conjunction with your Werkstatt-Ø1. These projects include adding a photocell, volume knob, and pressure sensitive resistor or incorporating pitchblend, dual oscillator, and LFO Rate Quantizer interfaces. There are many more projects to experiment with, check them all out! Features: Operating Voltage/Ampage: 12VDC @ 1.2A No Soldering Required Single VCO w/ frequency control (8Hz to 16KHz) 4-Pole Moog Ladder Filter w/ Resonance control (20Hz-20KHz) Selectable Square or Triangle waveshape w/ rate control (2Hz-600Hz) One octave low-note priority legato keyboard w/ glide control 41013277
    In stock: 2 
    2 879.00