Electronic modules


Our electronic modules are pre-assembled circuit boards providing specific functions that will serve as components in a larger system. To create a complete application system you will normally have to add other products besides the module.

Modules are a very convenient way of creating products in small series, and of course also for experimental and educational use.

Documentation can be dowmloaded for most modules from the product page and/or manufacturers home page.

To comply with CE regulations (e.g EMC and LVD) you would normally have to put the module in a suitable enclosure and connect it to a sufficient power source. Other measures may also be required.

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Featured products

  RFID module Mifare SM130
The SMB130 is a 28 pin DIP module that includes all necessary components for a 13.56 MHz RFID Mifare, aside from a PCB antenna. The module communicates over UART or I2C with simple protocols. It also has 2 general purpose inputs and 2 general purpose outputs for switches, relays, etc. Features: UART interface up to 115200bps I2C interface up to 400 KHz Complete read/write module excluding antenna 5V supply 2 general purpose outputs 2 general purpose inputs
  Venus GPS Logger with SMA Connector
The smallest, most powerful, and most versatile GPS receiver we carry just got more powerful. The Venus638FLPx is the successor to the Venus634LPx and has improved sensitivity and a faster update rate. The new module can be configured to an amazingly powerful 20Hz update rate. With 29mA operating current and high sensitivity, this receiver seriously opens new doors for tracking. Module outputs the standard NMEA-0183 or SkyTraq Binary sentences at a default rate of 9600bps (adjustable to 115200bps). The Venus638FLPx has improved sensitivity, an integrated LNA (with multipath detection and suppression), built-in RTC, and integrated single power supply making it very simple to use. Not sure which GPS module is right for you? Check out our GPS Buying Guide! Features: 20Hz Update rate -148dBm cold start sensitivity -165dBm tracking sensitivity 29 second cold start TTFF 3.5 second TTFF with AGPS 1 second hot start 2.5m accuracy Multipath detection and suppression Jamming detection and mitigation SBAS (WAAS / EGNOS) support 67mW full power navigation Works directly with active or passive antenna Supports external SPI flash memory data logging IC 32M Serial Flash Memory Complete receiver in 10mm x 10mm x 1.3mm size Contains LNA, SAW Filter, TCXO, RTC Xtal, LDO Can be powered by a 3.7V LiPo battery (or any 3.5 - 12V supply) through the JST connector or 3.3V regulated supply. Dimensions: 1.25 x 0.75 inches
  Pmod MIC - Microphone with amplifier and AD-converter
The PmodMIC is ideal for providing audio input for use with Digilent system boards. It has a microphone preamp with a dynamic range compressor and 12bit A/D converter. The PmodMIC is ideal for use with a Digilent system board and the PmodAMP1 to create a complete audio prototyping environment. OnSemi SA575 Low Voltage Compandor National Semiconductor ADCS7476AIM 12 bit A/D converter 3V-5V operating voltage Small size (0.80" x 1.1") Ships with a 6" 6-pin cable and a 6-pin header
  Touch screen controller I2C/SPI
Getting touchy performance with your screen's touch screen? Resistive touch screens are incredibly popular as overlays to TFT and LCD displays. Only problem is they require a bunch of analog pins and you have to keep polling them since the overlays themselves are basically just big potentiometers. If your microcontroller doesn't have analog inputs, or maybe you want just a way more elegant controller, the STMPE610 is a nice way to solve that problem. This breakout board features the STMPE610, which has both I2C and SPI interfaces available. There is also an interrupt pin that you can use to indicate when a touch has been detected to your microcontroller or microcomputer. We wrapped up the chip with a 3V voltage regulator and level shifting so it's safe to use with 3V or 5V logic. Its a nicely designed chip, and has very stable precise readings. We found its also a lot faster than trying to do all the readings on an Arduino. For the screens that have 1mm pitch FPC cables, you can plug the cable right into the connector. The majority of medium/large touchscreens have that kind of connector. If you have another kind of touch screen, the four X/Y contacts are available on 0.1" pitch breakouts so you can hand-solder or wire them. Getting started is super easy with our well-written STMPE610 Arduino library which supports I2C, hardware SPI, and software SPI. Plug any 1mm-pitch 4-wire resistive touchscreen to the on-board FPC connector. When you touch the screen, you'll get readings on the serial console. The wiring information is contained in the example sketch.
  Wireless charging module 5-12V 0.7A
Module for wireless power transmission. The module consists of a transmitter and a reciever with connected coils that when in close proximity can transfer current. Can be used as a wireless charger or power supply. * Input voltage: 5 - 12VDC * Output voltage: 5 VDC * Max current output: 0.7A * Current draw (no-load): 30 - 50mA * Inductance (transmitter): 5uH * Inductance (reciever): 14uH * Transmission distance: 5mm * Dimensions (transmitter): 61 x 41 x 1mm * Dimensions (reciever): 41 x 31 x 0.3mm
  MPR121 breakout board
This is a breakout board for Freescales MPR121QR2. The MPR121 is a capacitive touch sensor controller driven by an I2C interface. The chip can control up to twelve individual electrodes, as well as a simulated thirteenth electrode. The MPR121 also features eight LED driving pins. When these pins are not configured as electrodes, they may be used to drive LEDs. There a four jumpers on the bottom of the board, all of which are set (closed) by default. An address jumper ties the ADD pin to ground, meaning the default I2C address of the chip will be 0x5A. If you need to change the address of the chip (by shorting ADD to a different pin), make sure you open the jumper first. Jumpers also connect SDA, SCL and the interrupt pin to 10k pull-up resistors. If you dont require the pull-up resistors you can open the jumpers by cutting the trace connecting them. There is no regulation on the board, so the voltage supplied should be between 2.5 and 3.6VDC. The VREG pin is connected through a 0.1uF capacitor to ground, which means, unless you modify the board, you cant operate the MPR121 in low-supply voltage mode (1.71-2.75VDC).
  WiFi Plus Click
WiFi PLUS Click is an accessory board in mikroBUS form factor. Its a compact solution for adding WiFi communication to your device. It features MRF24WB0MA 2.4GHz, IEEE std. 802.11 - compliant module as well as MCW1001 companion controller with on-board TCP/IP stack and 802.11 connection manager. WiFi PLUS click communicates with target board via UART interface. Board is designed to use 3.3V power supply only. It has an option to achieve low power consumption. WiFi PLUS click does not use the memory resources of the target microcontroller for TCP/IP stack operations, which makes this module the best choice for wide range of different devices. Integrated PCB antenna with range up to 400m TCP/IP stack integrated in MCW1001 companion controller. Simple UART communication interface IEEE std. 802.11 compliant module
  DAC Click
DAC Click is an accessory board in mikroBus form factor. It includes a 12-bit Digital-to-Analog Converter MCP4921 that features an optional 2x buffered output and SPI interface. The board provides high accuracy and low noise performance for industrial applications where calibration or compensation of signals, such as temperature, pressure and humidity, are required. Board is set to use 3.3V power supply by default. Solder PWR SEL SMD jumper to 5V position if used with 5V systems. MCP4921 single channel 12-bit DAC. Output Settling Time 4.5µs. Operating Current 175 µA (typ). Industruy standard SPI serial interface. Easy to connect using provided screw terminals.
  RTL-SDR receiver dongle (v3)
A DVB-T receiver which has gained a lot of popularity for SDR (Software Defined Radio). In an aluminium enclosure TXCO for maximum temperature stability Connects to the computers USB port. Requires SDR software with drivers (not included, available online - see link) * Tuner R820T2 * Frequency range 24 - 1766 MHz * Direct sampling 0.5-24MHz * RX bandwidth 3.2 MHz * ADC resolution: 8 bits * Temperature stability 1 ppm * SMA female for antenna connection * Optional software controlled "bias tee" - 4.5V voltage supply via the antenna connector, to a LNA * Connection points on the PCB for direct sampling.
  IR sensor 38kHz shielded
Receiver for IR signals with 38kHz modulation. Can be used together with an IR-transmitter or basically any IR remote control. The sensor is shielded for added noise immunity and better range. Works with distances up to 18m.
  Slide potentiometer 60mm breakout
Module with a slide potentiometer mounted on PCB. The potentiometer is connected as a voltage divider between VCC and GND. Suitable for experiments and education for microcontrollers. * Dimensions: 90.8 x 21.3 x 26mm * Mounting holes: ø3.2mm c-c 85 x 15.5mm