TinkerKit

TinkerKit is a range of modules with various components and functions, making prototyping and experimenting as easy as connecting a cable. There are sensors, light sources, relays and other actuators available.

TinkerKit is highly suitable for experimenting with Arduino, ChipKit or Raspberry
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  • TinkerKit Accelerometer 2/3 axis

      TinkerKit Accelerometer 2/3 axis
    An accelerometer is a device that measures acceleration. It is very common in consumer electronics such as portable electronic devices and video game controllers to detect movement using accelerometers. Output: This module outputs 0V to 5V on one of its two signal pins when its G-force is changed (e.g. is moved). The value is approximately 2.5V when there is 0G on the X or Y axis. When you connect this module to the input on an Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read values between 0 to 1023 while moving the module. Module description: On the back of the module you can find two signal amplifier and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered. The module is based on the LIS344AL by ST Microelectronics, and is a three-axis acceremoter. You can get data about the third axis (referred to as Z) by soldering a header to the thru-hole labeled Z.
    Part.no: 41012656
    In stock: 14 
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    159.00

  • TinkerKit Analog Joystick

      TinkerKit Analog Joystick
    The Joystick module is similar to analog joysticks found in gamepads. It is made made by mounting two potentiometers at a 90 degrees angle. The potentiometers are connected to a short stick centered by springs. Output: This module will output roughly 2.5 volts from both outputs when in its resting position. Moving the stick will cause the outputs to change from 0v to 5v depending on its direction. If you connect this module to an Arduino through the Tinkerkit Shield, you can expect to read a value of roughly 512 in its resting position (expect small variations due to tiny imprecisions of the springs and mechanism) When you move the joystick you should see the values change from 0 to 1023 depending on its position. Module Description: This module features two 4k7 Ohm linear potentiometers, two standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, two signal amplifiers, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and two yellow LED whose brightness depends on the values output by the module.
    Part.no: 41012642
    In stock: 10 
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    169.00

  • TinkerKit Analog servo 180°

      TinkerKit Analog servo 180°
    Servo in micro-size with 3-pin connector for TinkerKit. 180 degrees rotation. Several servo arms are included.
    Part.no: 41013428
    In stock: 128 
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    99.00

  • TinkerKit Cable 3-pin 100cm

      TinkerKit Cable 3-pin 100cm
    Wire for the TinkerKit with a 3 pin jumper on both sides. BLACK is ground; ORANGE is signal; RED is power (5V);
    Part.no: 41012654
    Currently not in stock
    29.00

  • TinkerKit Cable 3-pin 20cm

      TinkerKit Cable 3-pin 20cm
    Wire for the TinkerKit with a 3 pin jumper on both sides. BLACK is ground; ORANGE is signal; RED is power (5V);
    Part.no: 41012652
    In stock: 5 
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    15.00

  • TinkerKit Cable 3-pin 50cm

      TinkerKit Cable 3-pin 50cm
    Wire for the TinkerKit with a 3 pin jumper on both sides. BLACK is ground; ORANGE is signal; RED is power (5V);
    Part.no: 41012653
    Currently not in stock
    19.00

  • TinkerKit DMX master shield

      TinkerKit DMX master shield
    Like a regular shield it has to be plugged on top of the Arduino and it can be stacked on top of other shields. It is used both as OUTPUT and INPUT. For each line it has two kinds of port that can be used: the DMX connector and theregular cable. On the front it has two DMX connectors, one for the INPUT and one for the OUTPUT. The DMX Master Shield supports up to 512 DMX modules connected in parallel. If youre using the TinkerKit! official receivers, they have four channels each that makes a total of 128 cascade connected modules, directly controllable from your computer.
    Part.no: 41012721
    In stock: 2 
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    249.00

  • TinkerKit DMX receiver MosFET

      TinkerKit DMX receiver MosFET
    The DMX MosFet Receiver is a DMX module that mounts four Mosfet; they can be individually controlled using a DMX master like TinkerKit!s DMX Master Shield. Each MosFet supports up to 24V DC.
    Part.no: 41012720
    In stock: 1 
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    499.00

  • TinkerKit DMX receiver relay

      TinkerKit DMX receiver relay
    The DMX Relay Receiver is a DMX module that mounts four relays; they can be individually controlled using a DMX master like TinkerKit!s DMX Master Shield. It requires 12V and each relay supports up to 220V at 10A. A single master can control up to 512 receivers individually (128 of these boards for example) sequentially connected. The DMX Relay Receiver works also as a standalone USB board; in fact it mounts a micro-usb connector and the same microcontroller as the Arduino Leonardo.
    Part.no: 41012719
    In stock: 5 
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    499.00

  • TinkerKit gyroscope

      TinkerKit gyroscope
    A gyroscope is a device that measures orientation. It is very common in consumer electronics such as portable electronic devices and video game controllers to detect movement and rotation. Output: This module outputs 0V to 5V on one of its two signal pins when its angle is changed (e.g. is moved). The value is approximately 2.5V when there is no angle change in the X or Y axis. When you connect this module to the input on an Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read values between 0 to 1023 while changing the angle of the module. Module description: on the board youll find a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered. The module is based on the LPR5150AL by ST Microelectronics, and is a two-axis gyroscope. This version of the module outputs the 4X pins on the chip. For more information about this please have a look at the datasheet.
    Part.no: 41012718
    In stock: 4 
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    199.00

  • TinkerKit LAB

      TinkerKit LAB
    The Scuola Lab is a complete pack of different TinkerKit Modules and Arduino accessories to kickstart your school's Lab. The Scuola Lab consists in 10 Sensor Shield V.2, 10 Arduino Uno Boards, every kind of sensors and actuators in different quantities, 2 Ethernet Shields, 10 Proto PCBs, 5 Kit Workshop Without Arduino and a copy of "Getting Started With Arduino" by Massimo Banzi. Part List: * Arduino Uno Board x10 * Proto PCB x4 * Kit Workshop Base Level Without Arduino Board x5 * Ethernet Shield x2 * Getting Started With Arduino x1 * Sensor Shield V.2 x10 * Button Module x4 * LDR Module x2 * Tilt Module x2 * Therm Module x2 * Accelerometer Module x3 * Hall Sensor x4 * Rotary Potentiometer Module x5 * Linear Potentiometer Module x4 * Touch Sensor Module x5 * Joystick Module x5 * Relay Module x5 * Mosfet Module x5 * High Power Led Module x2 * 5mm Green Led Module x2 * 5mm Yellow Led Module x2 * 5mm Red Led Module x2 * 10mm Green Led Module x2 * 10mm Blue Led Module x2 * 10mm Yellow Led Module x2 * 10mm Red Led Module x2 * 20cm Cables x20 * 50cm Cable x10 * 100cm Cables x5 * Usb Cables A/B x10
    Part.no: 41012717
    In stock: 2 
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    12 500.00

  • TinkerKit LCD 16x2

      TinkerKit LCD 16x2
    With the TKLCD module you can write text on the modules screen in a few minutes. The LCD can be used like a regular module by plugging it into the TinkerKit! shield or as an independent component
    Part.no: 41012716
    In stock: 11 
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    399.00

  • TinkerKit LED module 10mm blue

      TinkerKit LED module 10mm blue
    The LED is possibly the simplest actuator available. It's a low power light source available in many colors. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin. Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40 mA per pin; this is enough to light up the LED through thedigitalWrite() and analogWrite() functions. Module description: this module features a 10mm Blue Light Emitting Diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the blue LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.
    Part.no: 41012634
    In stock: 7 
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    72.00

  • TinkerKit LED module 10mm green

      TinkerKit LED module 10mm green
    The LED is possibly the simplest actuator available. It s a low power light source available in many colors. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin. Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40 mA per pin; this is enough to light up the LED through thedigitalWrite() and analogWrite() functions. Module description: this module features a 10mm Green Light Emitting Diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the large green LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.
    Part.no: 41012636
    In stock: 2 
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    59.00

  • TinkerKit LED module 10mm red

      TinkerKit LED module 10mm red
    The LED is possibly the simplest actuator available. Itâs a low power light source available in many colors. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin. Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40 mA per pin; this is enough to light up the LED through thedigitalWrite() and analogWrite() functions. Module description: This module features a 10mm Red Light Emitting Diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the red LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.
    Part.no: 41012638
    In stock: 4 
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    59.00

  • TinkerKit LED module 10mm yellow

      TinkerKit LED module 10mm yellow
    The LED is possibly the simplest actuator available. Itâs a low power light source available in many colors. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin. Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40 mA per pin; this is enough to light up the LED through thedigitalWrite() and analogWrite() functions. Module description: this module features a 10mm Yellow Light Emitting Diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the yellow LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.
    Part.no: 41012640
    In stock: 2 
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    59.00

  • TinkerKit LED module 5mm blue

      TinkerKit LED module 5mm blue
    The LED is possibly the simplest actuator available. Itâs a low power light source available in many colors. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin. Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40 mA per pin; this is enough to light up the LED through thedigitalWrite() and analogWrite() functions. Module description: This module features a 5mm Blue Light Emitting Diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the blue LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.
    Part.no: 41012633
    In stock: 24 
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    72.00

  • TinkerKit LED module 5mm green

      TinkerKit LED module 5mm green
    The LED is possibly the simplest actuator available. Itâs a low power light source available in many colors. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin. Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40 mA per pin; this is enough to light up the LED through thedigitalWrite() and analogWrite() functions. Module description: This module features a 5mm Green Light Emitting Diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the blue LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.
    Part.no: 41012635
    In stock: 118 
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    59.00

  • TinkerKit LED module 5mm red

      TinkerKit LED module 5mm red
    The LED is possibly the simplest actuator available. Itâs a low power light source available in many colors. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin. Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40 mA per pin; this is enough to light up the LED through thedigitalWrite() and analogWrite() functions. Module description: This module features a 5mm Red Light Emitting Diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the red LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.
    Part.no: 41012637
    In stock: 99 
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    59.00

  • TinkerKit LED module 5mm yellow

      TinkerKit LED module 5mm yellow
    The LED is possibly the simplest actuator available. Itâs a low power light source available in many colors. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin. Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40 mA per pin; this is enough to light up the LED through thedigitalWrite() and analogWrite() functions. Module description: this module features a 5mm Yellow Light Emitting Diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the yellow LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.
    Part.no: 41012639
    In stock: 27 
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    59.00

  • TinkerKit LED module 5x white high intensity

      TinkerKit LED module 5x white high intensity
    The Power LED is an actuator. Five ultra-bright LEDs can be powered from an Arduino pin. Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40 mA per pin, enough to light up the five LEDs using the DigitalWrite() and AnalogWrite() functions. Module description: This module features Five AWT801-S LEDs from Seoul Semi Conductor, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED that is lit only when the LED is lit. A resistor limits the voltage from the Arduino, protecting the lights.
    Part.no: 41012632
    In stock: 12 
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    129.00

  • TinkerKit Light sensor

      TinkerKit Light sensor
    LDR (or Light Dependant Resistor, or Photoresistor) is a variable resistor. Light falling on the sensor decreases its resistance. Output: This module outputs 5v when the sensor receives no light (the circuit is open) and 0v when exposed to bright light (the circuit is closed). When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read values from 0 to 1023. Module Description: This module features a Light Dependent Resistor, a signal amplifier, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED whose brightness changes according to the amount of lightness.
    Part.no: 41012643
    In stock: 1 
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    72.00

  • TinkerKit MosFET

      TinkerKit MosFET
    This module switches a high current load using a high power transistor. Unlike a mechanical relay, this is capable of high speed switching for use with PWM. Output: This module lets you control devices operating at a maximun of 24VDC with an Arduino pin. To wire the module, connect the power supply for your device (max 24 V) to the V+ and GND terminals. Connect the device to M+ and M-. Be aware of your circuits polarity, you could damage your components if it is not wired correctly. Module Description: This module features an IRF520 power MOSFET transistor, a kick-back diode, a standard TinkerKit 3pin connector,a signal amplifier, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and one yellow LED whose brightness depends on the input signal received by the module.
    Part.no: 41012651
    In stock: 7 
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    99.00

  • TinkerKit Push button

      TinkerKit Push button
    The Pushbutton Module is possibly the simplest sensor available. It detects when a person or an object presses on its circular cap. Output:This module outputs 5v when the button is pressed and 0v when released. Pressing the button closes the circuit. When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect a value of 1023 while the button is pressed and 0 when released. Module Description: This module features a 12mm pushbutton , the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED that is lit only when the button is pressed. This module is a SENSOR. The connector is an OUTPUT which must be connected to one of the INPUT connectors on the TinkerKit Shield.
    Part.no: 41012646
    In stock: 82 
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    45.00

  • TinkerKit Relay 230V

      TinkerKit Relay 230V
    A relay is an electrically operated switch that allows you to turn on or off a circuit using voltage and/or current much higher than the Arduino could handle. There is no connection between the low voltage circuit operated by Arduino and the high power circuit. The relay protects each circuit from each other. Warning: We dont recommend you operate circuits powered at more than 24V without the supervision of an expert. Input: The relay is a simple mechanical on/off switch. It activates when the input reaches 5v and turns off when the input is 0v. You can control it though the digitalWrite() function on Arduino. The module provides three connections labeled COM, NC and NO. NC stands for NORMALLY CLOSED. This means that when the relay has no signal (LOW or 0V from an Arduino), the connected circuit wil be active; conversely, if you apply 5V or pull the pin HIGH, it will turn the connected circuit off. NO stands for NORMALLY OPEN, and functions in the opposite way; when you apply 5V the circuit turns on, and at 0V the circuit turns off. Relays can replace a manual switch. Remove the switch and connect its wires toCOM and NO. When the relay is activated the circuit is closed and current can flow to the device you are controlling. Module Description: this module features an 250v 10A mounted on a 2 module TinkerKit board, one standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, one transistor, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and an yellow LED that indicates when the relay is active.
    Part.no: 41012647
    In stock: 4 
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    129.00

  • TinkerKit Rotary potentiometer

      TinkerKit Rotary potentiometer
    A Potentiometer is a commonly used variable resistor. Turning the knob, you vary the output voltage between 0 and 5V. This value is sent through the middle pin of the pot. Output: This module outputs 5v when turned in one direction, and 0v when turned in the opposite way. When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read values between 0 and 1023. Module Description: This module features a 4k7 Ohm linear potentiometer, a signal amplifier, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED whose brightness changes according to the position of the potentiometer.
    Part.no: 41012645
    In stock: 11 
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    59.00

  • TinkerKit Sensor Shield v.2

      TinkerKit Sensor Shield v.2
    The Sensor Shield v.2 allows you to hook up the TinkerKit SENSORS and ACTUATORS directly to the Arduino, without the use of the breadboard. It has 12 standard TinkeKit 3pin connectors. The 6 labeled I0 through I5 are Analog Inputs. The ones labeled O0through 05 are Analog Outputs connected to the PWM capable outputs of the Arduino Board (it is possible to change these to Digital Inputs, in which case they will report either HIGH or LOW, but nothing in between). Pin 11 on the Arduino is O0 on the shield. Pin 10 on the Arduino is O1 on the shield. Pin 9 on the Arduino is O2 on the shield. Pin 6 on the Arduino is O3 on the shield. Pin 5 on the Arduino is O4 on the shield. Pin 3 on the Arduino is O5 on the shield. Module description: A green LED signals that the shield is correctly powered, a standard 6mm pushbutton allows you to RESET the board. The 4pin TWI socket allows communication to any device supporting the I2C protocol through the Wire library on Arduino. 5V and Ground are provided on the socket. Note that on Arduino the I2C bus uses Analog Input 4 and 5, using the TWI connection precludes the use of those analog inputs. The 4pin SERIAL socket allows the board to communicate with other devices that support serial communication. 5V and Ground are provided on the socket for your convenience. Note: If you are sending or receiving data to and from the computer this serial connector is not available. Two mounting holes are provided in the same position found on the Arduino board. A third hole allows you to see the led connected to pin 13 of the Arduino.
    Part.no: 41012662
    Currently not in stock
    139.00

  • TinkerKit Slide potentiometer

      TinkerKit Slide potentiometer
    A Linear Potentiometer is a commonly used variable resistor. It can often be found as a volume controller on radios and TVs. By moving the slider you can vary the output voltage between 0 and 5V. This value is sent through the middle pin of the pot. Output: This module outputs 5v when the slider is at one end and 0v when moved in the opposite way. When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read values going from 0 to 1023. Module Description: this module features a 4k7 Ohm linear potentiometer, a signal amplifier, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED whose brightness changes according to the position of the potentiometer.
    Part.no: 41012644
    Currently not in stock
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    86.00

  • TinkerKit Temperature sensor

      TinkerKit Temperature sensor
    The Thermistor is a resistor whose resistance varies significantly (more than in standard resistors) with temperature. Output: This modules output approches 5v as the temperature increases. As the temperature decreases, it approaches 0V. When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, expect to read values between 0 and 1023 (NB: any changes in the values will be slow and may not vary a great deal). Module Description: This module features a Thermistor, a signal amplifier, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED whose brightness changes according to the temperature.
    Part.no: 41012648
    In stock: 4 
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    59.00

  • TinkerKit Tilt sensor

      TinkerKit Tilt sensor
    The Tilt Sensor can detect when it is at an angle. Output: This module contains two contacts and a small metal ball. When the sensor is in its upright position, the ball bridges the two contacts, completing the circuit. When the board is tilted, the ball moves, and the circuit opens. When upright, the module outputs 5V and when it is tilted, it outputs 0V. When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read a value of 1023 when in its upright position and 0 when it is titled. Module description: this module features a Tilt Sensor, a signal amplifier, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED that lights up when a connection is made (the sensor is upright).
    Part.no: 41012649
    In stock: 4 
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    59.00

  • TinkerKit Touch sensor

      TinkerKit Touch sensor
    The Touch Sensor is sensitive to skin contact. Input: This module normally outputs 0v, but when touched, sends 5v. When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you will see 0 when there is no touch, and 1023 when touched. Module Description: on the back of the module you can find a signal amplifier, a capacitor, a QT 100A single touch controller, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED whose brightness depends on the values output by the module. Please note this device performs an auto calibration when it is turned on, so if someone is touching the switch surface when its turning on, it wont work. To reset it, cycle power and make sure no one is touching it as you restart.
    Part.no: 41012650
    In stock: 20 
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    89.00