Electronic modules


Our electronic modules are pre-assembled circuitboards 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

  Datalogger 4ch USB
Velleman PCS10 Datalogger för inspelning av DC och långsamma signaler över lång tid. Dataloggern ansluts till din PC via USB, och mätningarna lagras automatiskt på din hårddisk. - 1 Mohm ingångsimpedans - 100 samples/s (max) - 3, 6, 15 och 30V ingångsområden - 30V max ingångsspänning - 10 mV känslighet - noggranhet 3% av fullt skalutslag PC-LAB2000 programvara som låter dig övervaka signalerna via PC:ns skärm ingår.
  RGB slavemodule 3x4A
Multiply the output power of your Velleman LED controller ! Features add more led strips to your existing controller every unit adds up to 144W (12V) or 288W (24V) works with a single power supply or multiple supplies eases distribution of led strips allows simultaneous use of 12V and 24V strips only 4 interconnecting wires required Specifications open collector/drain inputs power supply: 12-24VDC / 12A max. dimensions: 80 x 70 x 23mm / 3.14 x 2.75 x 0.9"
  Switch multi-function 5ch
En universell switchmodul med reläutgångar, som kan fungera i tre olika moder: 1. 5 kanaler on/off Vid tryck på knappen togglas utgången. 2. 1 av 5 Vid tryck på knappen aktiveras utgången, och övriga utgångar släcks. 3. 1 av 5 med återställning ("först vinner") Vid tryck på knappen aktiveras utgången, och övriga utgångar släcks. Återställes med knapp 6. Matningsspänning: 12V DC Strömförbrukning: 200mA Max belastning: 300W per kanal Storlek: 97x75mm
  JPEG Trigger
The JPEG Trigger interfaces with the LinkSprite JPEG Color Camera to simplify picture taking. To take a picture, all you have to do is pull one of three digital pins to ground (D2, 3 or 4), or pull one of three analog pins to 5V (A0, 1 or 2). The on-board Arduino compatible ATmega328 is programmed to handle all the communication with the JPEG camera and the SD card. The default firmware requires that a FAT16 formatted microSD card be inserted into the microSD socket. After you turn the board on, the status LED will turn on signifying the board is ready to be triggered. If the LED starts blinking, the SD card failed to initialize and you should make sure it's been formatted correctly. Once the camera is triggered the board will capture a JPEG image and save it to the SD card. The file will be saved with a simple 3 digit number which is increment each time a picture is captured. While this happens, the status LED will start blinking. The camera can not be triggered again until the board finishes saving the current picture. After the JPEG Trigger has finished recording the image, the board will go back into the ready state and the status LED will go back to being solid. Each picture taken is saved as an individual 320x240 JPEG file. The files will actually carry the '.txt' extension, but they are actually JPEG encoded, simply change the file extension to '.jpg' in order to view them. Power on the JPEG Trigger is regulated to 3.3VDC, and the on-board JST connector allows you to power the board via one of our LiPo batteries. There is also a 6-pin header on board which mates with our FTDI Basic Breakout board for debugging or other purposes. Note: This product does not come with the JPEG Color Camera or an SD card, you'll need to purchase those items separately.
  RN-XV WiFly modul SMA
The RN-XV module by Roving Networks is a certified Wi-Fi solution especially designed for customer who want to migrate their existing 802.15.4 architecture to a standard TCP/IP based platform without having to redesign their existing hardware. In other words, if your project is set up for XBee and you want to move it to a standard WiFi network, you can drop this in the same socket without any other new hardware. The RN-XV module is based upon Roving Networks' robust RN-171 Wi-Fi module and incorporates 802.11 b/g radio, 32 bit processor, TCP/IP stack, real-time clock, crypto accelerator, power management unit and analog sensor interface.The module is pre-loaded with Roving firmware to simplify integration and minimize development time of your application. In the simplest configuration, the hardware only requires four connections (PWR, TX, RX and GND) to create a wireless data connection. Features: Based on common 802.15.4 XBee footprint Ultra low power: 4uA sleep mode, 38mA active Onboard TCP/IP stack includes DHCP, UDP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, HTTP client, FTP client and TCP Firmware configurable transmit power: 0dBm to 12dBm Hardware interfaces:TTL UART Host data rate up to 464Kbps over UART Supports Adhoc and infrastructure networking 8 general purpose digital I/O 3 analog sensor inputs Real-time clock for time-stamping, auto-sleep, and auto-wakeup modes Accepts 3.3VDC regulated power supply SMA connector
  Pmod TPH2 - Test point header module 12x
The Digilent PmodTPH2 Test Point Header Module Board (the TPH2) is an ideal way to test the connection between a Pmod and system board with 12-pin (2x6) connectors loaded. It simply passes signals from the J1 connector to the J2 connector, providing test-point access via the J3 header Test points for use with the Digilent 12-pin (2x6) PMod connection protocol Ships with a 6" 12-pin cable, a 6" 2x6-pin to dual 6-pin cable, one 12-pin header, and two 6-pin headers
  Switch regulator 3.3V 1A 78xx compatible
Small switch regulator for fixed output voltage. The package is pin compatible with the 78xx-series linear regulators, but requires no external components or heatsink. Can be used in applications where a linear regulator wont fit or where the input voltage is too high and would cause a thermal overload. The output is short-circuit proof. * Input voltage: 4.75 - 34VDC * Output voltage: 3.3VDC * Output current: 1000mA * Efficiency: 83% * Temperature: -40 to +85°C * Ripple: max 35mVpp * Dimensions: 11.5 x 8.5 x 17.5mm
  MPR121 Touch controller 12-channels
Add lots of touch sensors to your next microcontroller project with this easy-to-use 12-channel capacitive touch sensor breakout board, starring the MPR121. This chip can handle up to 12 individual touch pads.The MPR121 has support for only I2C, which can be implemented with nearly any microcontroller. You can select one of 4 addresses with the ADDR pin, for a total of 48 capacitive touch pads on one I2C 2-wire bus. Using this chip is a lot easier than doing the capacitive sensing with analog inputs: it handles all the filtering for you and can be configured for more/less sensitivity.This sensor comes as a tiny hard-to-solder chip so we put it onto a breakout board for you. Since it's a 3V-only chip, we added a 3V regulator and I2C level shifting so its safe to use with any 3V or 5V microcontroller/processor like Arduino. We even added an LED onto the IRQ line so it will blink when touches are detected, making debugging by sight a bit easier on you. Comes with a fully assembled board, and a stick of 0.1" header so you can plug it into a breadboard. For contacts, we suggest using copper foil or pyralux, then solder a wire that connects from the foil pad to the breakout.Getting started is a breeze with our Arduino library and tutorial. You'll be up and running in a few minutes, and if you are using another microcontroller, its easy to port our code.
  Current click
Current Click is an add-on board used for measurement of electric current. It features INA196 current shunt monitor, MCP3201 12-bit ADC, MAX6106 voltage reference as well as two screw terminals. Board receives current from the output circuit connected to IN(+) and OUT(-) pins of the first screw terminal. INA196 IC converts this current into a voltage. Second screw terminal is used for external shunt. In order to measure current values in various bands, you need to provide the shunt of the appropriate value. Four shunts with different values are provided in the package. Current Click communicates with target microcontroller via mikroBUS SPI or AN lines. Its designed to use either 3.3V or 5V power supply. Complete current sense solution. Supports bandwidth up to 500kHz. Selectable AN or SPI communication interface. Four shunts provided in the package: 0.05O, 0.2O, 1O and 10O. On-board screw terminals for easier connection.
  Joystick click
Joystick click is a smart navigation key concept based on contactless, magnetic movement detection. It features AS5013 Hall IC as well as N50P105 miniature magnetic joystick module. The AS5013 includes five integrated Hall sensing elements which are monitoring the movement of the magnet incorporated into the joystick, and directly provides the X and Y coordinates via I2C output. An integrated mechanical push button is also built into the joystick. Board uses 3.3V logic and power supply only. Lateral magnet movement radius up to +/- 2.0mm. Simple to use I2C interface for reading X and Y coordinates.
  TouchClamp click