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  • 1Sheeld+ - Smartphone shield

      1Sheeld+ - Smartphone shield
    The 1Sheeld+ is an easily configured shield for Arduino. It has a built-in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) module that gives to your Arduino the capability to connect itself to your iOS and Android phones. Thanks to the 1Sheeld app available on the App Store or Google Play, you can easily associate your iPhone or Android device to it, turning your smartphone into a shield itself. Once connected you can control your Arduino with the smartphone, sending data and controlling pins, but you can also do the opposite. The 1Sheeld library gives to your Arduino the full control of the smartphone, allowing the Arduino to send emails, control the camera, use voice recognition, send Facebook and Twitter notifications and basically everything a powerful smartphone can do. The 1Sheeld+ is compatible with 5V and 3.3V boards. Features: * Experience more than 40 Arduino shields on your iPhone and Android with one board * Works with iPhone 4S and later generations (iOS 9 and above) and Android 4.3 and above devices * Compatible with most of the Arduino boards, including Uno, Mega, Due and the RedBoard * Ability to become sensor shields, input/output shields, communication shields and social media shields * Uses a standard Bluetooth module to HM-10 (BLE 4.0) 41013031
    In stock: 2 

  • Adafruit CC3000 WiFi-shield - u.fl

      Adafruit CC3000 WiFi-shield - u.fl
    For years we've seen all sorts of microcontroller-friendly WiFi modules but none of them were really Adafruit-worthy. Either they were too slow, or too difficult to use, or required signing an NDA, or had limited functionality, or too expensive, or too large. So we shied away from creating or developing a WiFi Arduino shield. NO LONGER! The CC3000 hits that sweet spot of usability, price and capability. It uses SPI for communication (not UART!) so you can push data as fast as you want or as slow as you want. It has a proper interrupt system with IRQ pin so you can have asynchronous connections. It supports 802.11b/g, open/WEP/WPA/WPA2 security, TKIP & AES. A built in TCP/IP stack with a "BSD socket" interface. TCP and UDP in both client and server mode, up to 4 concurrent sockets. It does not support "AP" mode, it can connect to an access point but it cannot be an access point. We wrapped this little silver module in a tidy Arduino shield. It has an onboard 3.3V regulator that can handle the 350mA peak current, and a level shifter to allow 3 or 5V logic level. This version of the CC3000 breakout does not have an onboard antenna - instead we placed a standard uFL connector so that an external 2.4GHz antenna can be used. You will need to purchase a uFL to RP-SMA adapter cable and a 2.4GHZ 'WiFi' antenna to use! See below for these items. This option can give you better range and makes it easier to enclose in a box. We use the same route and layout as TI's eval board, however, this module is no longer automatically FCC certified when an external antenna is used. Each order comes with one fully assembled and tested shield, some male header for attaching it to an Arduino and a 2x3 female header that you can use to plug it into the ICSP port of a Mega. We don't have a detailed tutorial yet but to get you started, we've got a fully working Arduino library that is based off of TI's codebase but adapted for use with the AVR. We also have example code showing how to scan the SSID's, connect to your access point and run DHCP, do a DNS lookup to IP address, ping a site and connect to a remote TCP socket such as a website and print out the page. Please note the hardware is good, but the library code does not yet support all of the CC3000's functionality. At this moment, SSID scanning, connection, DHCP, DNS lookup, ping, and UDP/TCP client & TCP server connections (eg connect to a website and grab data or host a very short website) all work and are tested with example code. 41013844
    In stock: 3 

  • Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy Shield v2.1

      Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy Shield v2.1
    BLE Shield 2 stands for Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy Shield version 2. It is designed to work with Arduino boards, including Arduino Uno, Mega 2560, Leonardo and Due. It allows you to connect your Arduino board with other BLE Central device like a smartphone or tablet. Requirement iOS 6 or 7: iPhone 5 (all models), iPhone 4S, iPad Air, iPad (3rd gen or later), iPad mini (all models) and iPod touch (5th gen or later) Android 4.3 devices with BLE hardware: Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Samsung Note 3. New Features in BLE Shield Version 2.1 1. Reset button is changed to "side button" 2. nRF8001 SPI pins can be set to either Pins 11-13 on the side or ICSP, this allows other Arduino compatible boards with no ICSP header such as FRDM-KL05 board, RedBoard and so on to interface with the nRF8001 BLE chip 3. Flexible REQN and RDYN pins selectable from pin 2 to 10 4. The board is shorter than before and this allows it to fit on Arduino Yun physically New features in version 2 Besides the on-board PCB antenna, option to use SMA connector for external antenna (soldering is required) Flexible REQN and RDYN pins selectable from pin 2 to 12, these pins are fixed at 8 & 9 for BLE Shield v1 Reset button also resets the Arduino board, and vice versa ICSP header provides Vcc (for other shields to get power source) 5. ICSP header now passes through (for other shields to connect to the SPI) 6. Shield's reset is controllable by Arduino pin 4 or 7 7. Reset signal to the shield is now active low (i.e. pull low to reset the shield) 8. Added test points for power consumption measurement of the nRF8001 chip (soldering is required) 9. Added circuitry and test pin (J9 NC) for measurement of instant working current (using logic analyzer, 1mA = 100mV). Usage Control your Arduino pins with our/your own mobile App Send sensor data from your Arduino to an App for processing Use your iDevice as an internet gateway for your Arduino and much more! Specification Nordic nRF8001 Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity IC Support Peripheral (Slave) role operation only - nRF8001 IC limitation Proprietary simple serial interface (ACI) 41013027
    In stock: 12 

  • GPS shield

      GPS shield
    Adding GPS to your Arduino has never been easier. Multiple GPS receivers attach easily to the shield, and with the example sketch (check below), you will be able to locate your exact position within a few meters. GPS also gives you amazingly accurate time! A connector for the popular EM-406 GPS receiver is populated on the board, and footprints for EM-408 and EB-85A connectors are also made available (connectors are not included and can be found below in the related items). There is also a spot for the UP501 GPS module. The regular GPS pins (RX, TX, PPS, etc.) are also broken out to a 10-pin 0.1" pitch header, and a small protoyping area is also provided. The DLINE/UART switch switches the GPS module's input/output between Arduino's standard TX/RX pins or any digital pins on the Arduino (default setting uses pins 3 and 2 connected to TX and RX, respectively). The DLINE/UART switch must be set to DLINE in order to upload code through the Arduino IDE. The shield also includes the footprint for a 12mm coin cell battery holder to provide battery backup to the optional EB-85A GPS module.An ON/OFF switch is included which controls power to the GPS module. Additionally, the Arduino reset switch is also brought out. Note: GPS modules are not included with the GPS Shield, and only the EM-406 connector is populated. Headers are also not installed or included, we recommend the 6 and 8-pin stackable headers. 41009725
    In stock: 2 

  • GPS-shield för Arduino

      GPS-shield för Arduino
    Arduino GPS shield is a GPS module breakout board for Arduino. It can make your Arduino as a GPS receiver with SD storage, it is easy to use for recording the position data into SD card by Arduino It's based on EB-365 GPS module , and the footprints is compatible with Arduino/MEGA boards. The regular GPS pins (RX, TX) can be connected to D0-D7 of Arduino. Adding GPS to your Arduino has never been easier. Multiple GPS receivers attach easily to the shield, and with the example sketch (check below), you will be able to locate your exact position within a few meters. Here's where we are. GPS also gives you amazingly accurate time! Its suitable for the following applications with Arduino or Arduino compatible boards : Automotive navigation Personal positioning Fleet management Marine navigation Features * With Micro SD interface * Active antenna design with high receive sensitivity, compatible normal antenna * Extremely fast time to first fix at low signal level * UART interface * Operation temperature: -40? ~ +85? Compatible Mainboard * Arduino Deumlanove/UNO * Arduino MEGA * Iteaduino * Iteaduino BT * Iteaduino ADK * Iteaduino MEGA 2560 * Iteadmaple * Simple Cortex * ChipKit UNO32 * ChipKit MAX32 * FEZ Panda II * Freeduino * Leaf maple * Seeeduino * Seeduino MEGA * Board Size 56mm x 54mm * Operation Level * Digital 3.3V * Digital 5V * Stackable Yes * Weight 45.00g 41013275
    In stock: 1 

  • NFC shield 2.0 (RFID)

      NFC shield 2.0 (RFID)
    NFC Shield is a Near Field Communication interface for Arduino build around the popular NXP PN532 integrated circuit. NFC is a short-distance radio technology that enables communication between devices that are held close together. NFC traces its roots in RFID technology and is an open platform technology standardized in ECMA-340 and ISO/IEC 18092. NFC technology is regulated by Near Field Communication Forum which standardizes NFC communication between devices -- how they pair, share data and allow a secure transaction to happen.NFC Forum develops and certifies device compliance with NFC standards . NFC operate on ISM band of 13.56 MHz Frequency. NFC communication range is up to 10 cm. But, this is limited by the antenna and power radiation design. Most devices work within a range of 10mm. NFC Shield antenna is designed to work within a range of 1cm. NFC Shield provides all necessary circuitry for PN532 like 27.12Mhz crystal, power supply. It also beaks-out the I/O pins of PN532 for easy access. The communication between Arduino and NFC Shield is via SPI. Features Arduino Shield compatible. No soldering required. SPI interface. Hence, most Arduino pins are available for other applications. Built in PCB Antenna. Supports both 3.3V and 5V operation using TI's TXB0104 level translator. Socket to connect other shields. 41010150
    In stock: 44 

  • NFC+RFID shield

      NFC+RFID shield
    We've taken our popular Adafruit PN532 breakout board and turned it into a shield - the perfect tool for any 13.56MHz RFID or NFC application. The Adafruit NFC shield uses the PN532 chip-set (the most popular NFC chip on the market) and is what is embedded in pretty much every phone or device that does NFC. This chipset is very powerful, and can pretty much do it all, such as read and write to tags and cards, communicate with phones (say for payment processing), and 'act' like a NFC tag. While the controller has many capabilities, our Arduino library currently only supports reading/writing tags, and does not support phone-to-shield communication, tag emulation (which requires an external 'secure element' only available from NXP) or other more advanced features at this time. NFC (Near Field Communications) is a way for two devices very close to each other to communicate. Sort of like a very short range bluetooth that doesn't require authentication. It is an extension of RFID, so anything you can do with RFID you can do with NFC. Because it can read and write tags, you can always just use this for RFID-tag projects. We carry a few different tags that work great with this chip. It can also work with any other NFC/RFID Type 1 thru 4 tag (and of course all the other NXP MiFare type tags) The Adafruit shield was designed by RF engineers using the best test equipment to create a layout and antenna with 10cm (4 inch) range, the maximum range possible using the 13.56MHz technology. You can easily attach the shield behind a plastic plate with standoffs and still read cards through a (non-metal) barrier. This shield is designed to use I2C or SPI communication protocols. I2C is the default, as it uses fewer pins: analog 4 and 5 are used for I2C (of course you can still connect other I2C devices to the bus). Digital #2 is used for "interrupt" notification. This means you don't have to sit there and 'poll' the chip to ask if a target tag has been found, the pin will pull low when a card, phone, etc is within range. You can adjust which pin is used if you need to keep digital #2 for something else. It is also easy to change the shield over to SPI where you can use any 4 digital pins by shorting two solder jumpers on the top of the PCB. Compatible with any "classic" Arduino - NG, Diecimilla, Duemilanove, UNO - as well as Mega R3 or later. For using the I2C interface with Mega R2 or earlier, two wires must be soldered as the I2C pins are in a different location on earlier Megas. Comes with: the Adafruit NFC/RFID PN532 shield including a tuned 13.56MHz stripline antenna, 36-pin 0.1" header for attaching the shield to an Arduino. Size: 53.s x 117.7 mm 41011577
    In stock: 2 

  • pyXY - Synapse SM700 wireless Dev Board

      pyXY - Synapse SM700 wireless Dev Board
    It may look like a regular ol' Arduino shield, but don't be fooled, the pyXY (pronounced 'pixie') is a full blown shield-compatible development board. The heart of the pyXY is the Synapse SM700 wireless network module, a mesh network powerhouse that packs a 32-bit ARM7 processor with plenty of on-board memory. What's more, the SM700 can be programmed in SNAPpy, a Python derivative that makes building interactive networks a snap. The shield-compatible form factor and pin assignment make this the perfect platform to develop a wireless sensor device, but if you want to add it to your existing Arduino-powered application, no worries. The pyXY has jumpers to swap the TX and RX lines, effectively taking it from development board to Arduino shield. Don't underestimate the processing power of the SM700, though. With 96k RAM, 46 GPIO pins including 8 12-bit ADCs, and the SNAP OS, the pyXY is a capable board all on it's own. Simply connect the board to your computer using a 3.3V FTDI Basic Breakout and download the Synapse Portal software and you're ready to write and deploy some SNAPpy script. If you have more than one module, you can even program them over-the-air! The Portal software also allows you to tether your Synapse network to full-featured Python scripts on your computer, giving your mesh access to an entire world of libraries and resources. Not sure where to start with SNAP? Check out the Quickstart Guide below! Features: Freescale MC13224V 32-bit ARM7 Processor Integrated 2.4GHz 802.15.4 transciever Up to 100mW Output Power 96k RAM Arduino Shield Compatible 12-bit ADC, 2 UARTS, I2C and SPI SNAPpy Interpreter (Python-like language) Over-the-Air Programmable with Another Synapse Module! Can be used as a Synapse shield for Arduino 41010706
    In stock: 2 

  • WiFly Shield

      WiFly Shield
    This new version breaks out the PI09, FORCE WAKE, and the hardware reset lines. It also has a different crystal and uses the RN-131C. The WiFly Shield equips your Arduino the ability to connect to 802.11b/g wireless networks. The featured components of the shield are a Roving Network's RN-131C wireless module and an SC16IS750 SPI-to-UART chip. The SPI-to-UART bridge is used to allow for faster transmission speed and to free up the Arduino's UART. Power is taken from the Vin pin of your Arduino, regulated to 3.3V, and provided to both the RN-131C and the SC16IS750. You'll communicate with the WiFly Shield over SPI using Arduino digital pins 10-13 (CS, MOSI, MISO, SCLK respectively). The shield includes the RN-131C, SC16IS750 and their supporting components. The shield also provides a small prototyping area, with 0.1" spaced holes. Headers are not soldered on, we recommend the 6 and 8-pin stackable headers 41009841
    In stock: 3