Item #: DF-DFR0377 -
The 1.3" OLED Module is a fantastic screen for your next project! With a resolution of 128x64, it is suitable for applications displaying text, images, and more! What is OLED? OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) is a self light-emitting technology composed of a thin- multi-layered organic film placed between an anode and cathode. In contrast to LCD technology- OLED does not require a backlight. OLED possesses high application potential for virtually all types of displays and is regarded as the...
Item #: AF-2174 -
This pack of 5 5mm Plastic Bevel LED Holder will keep your LEDs in place. Made of the ever ubiquitous black plastic, with a subtle bevel that gracefully leans into the curve of your LED, people will take notice of your great taste in flush mounting hardware.
Item #: DF-FIT0449 -
The Digital Speaker Module is based on the 8002 speaker amplifier IC. It can be used as a buzzer or play higher quality audio. Volume output is controlled via the potentiometer. The module has various advantages (e.g. a compact footprint, simple interface, wide voltage input range, long service life). It can be used with an Arduino I/O expansion shield for interactive, sound related creations. This module is compatible with the RobotGeek Standard 1cm x 1cm grid, making it a fantastic addition...
Item #: CT-8WS2812 -
The NeoPixel Ring - 8 x WS2812 5050 RGB LED is a small ring of clever WS2812 LEDs that gives you control over which LEDS are active, individual color, and brightness. Using the RobotGeek Sensor Shield, you can quickly and easily hook up the NeoPixel Ring using a 3-pin sensor cable and start making something flashy! The WS2812s are each addressable as the driver chip is located inside the LED. Each NeoPixel Stick has ~18mA constant current drive so the color will be very consistent even if the...
Item #: SS-LED204A5B -
This LED Matrix is ment to be paired with the Rainbowduino LED Driver for making cool light displays. Start your own rave in your garage or make a scrolling banner for outside your room to keep pests away. Features 60mm x 60mm 64 (8x8) Super Bright RGB LEDs (Common Anode) Pairs with the Rainbowduino LED Driver Product Datasheet. Product DOCUMENTATION / WIKI Page. ...
Item #: SS-ROB51043P -
This is a tiny little DC motor that goes BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. That's the sound that vibration makes. Sound it out phonetically if you don't believe me. It vibrates when the when you send it a digital HIGH signal and doesn't when you don't. Fairly simple operation. Use it for haptic feedback in your immersive VR toaster operator or space shuttle flight simulator. Also great for creating annoyance devices to hide in a co-workers office to buzz at random. Documents: Please visit our wiki page...
Item #: SS-COM22458P -
Description This is a simple yet enjoyable Grove to use. The piezo can be connected to digital outputs, and will emit a tone when the output is high. Alternatively it can be connected to an analog pulse-width modulation output to generate various tones and effects. Documents Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. ...
Item #: SS-LCD23154P -
Description Serial LCD Driver Grove is an UART based LCD1602 display (Hitachi HD44780 or a compatible LCD). It can control LCD1602 only with two I/O port pins (UART Tx and Rx).The VCC and GND are the only additional pins required for operation. Conventional LCD drivers use 7-11 I/O port pins, whereas Serial LCD grove saves all these additional I/O pins. Serial LCD grove uses AT89S52 for implementing the UART Driving logic. Now has been updated to v1.0b. Features Very easy to use. 4-Pin...
Item #: SS-COM22639P -
Description The Relay Grove is a digital normally open switch that controls a relay capable of switching much higher voltages and currents than your normal Arduino boards. When set to HIGH, the LED will light up and the relay will close allowing current to flow. The peak voltage capability is 250V at 10 amps. Please exercise great care when working with mains voltages— if in doubt contact a professional such as a licensed electrician for help. Document How to use ...
Item #: RG-LARGELCD -
The RobotGeek 4 Line LCD w/ Mount is a perfect screen for your next project! With twice the space of the original RobotGeek LCD, you can easily display scrolling lists, paragraphs of text, or even make a tile-based game! The display can be easily mounted to projects and Workbenches. The bottom has the standard RobotGeek 1cm X 1cm grid making all RobotGeek products compatible with each other.
Item #: SS-SEN01300P -
The Grove serial MP3 player is a simple board for playing WAV and MP3 files through your controller. All you need is a hardware or software serial connection and a 5 V power source. The board uses the WT5001-48L audio chip to produce high-quality stereo audio through the built in standard 3.5 mm headphone connector. Features: Playback of MP3 and WAV files with 8-44.1 kHz sampling frequency Grove and Arduino compatible Serial communcation Mini SD card interface FAT16 and FAT32 file system Busy...
Item #: SF-COM-12877 -
We know this looks like a lot of our other LEDs, but it’s not! This is a PTH Addressable RGB LED with a WS2812 control IC built right into the LED. This PTH version is incredibly similar to its SMD cousin, except it is a lot simpler to solder into your project and is in a diffused 8mm package. This RGB LED has the control IC moved into the actual LED, so we wanted to offer this amazing product to you! They’re great when you need a lot of color from not a lot of board space, now more so than...
Item #: AF-2226 -
The NeoPixel Jewel is a lovely round PCB, home to 7 tiny WS2812 5050 (5mm x 5mm) smart RGB LEDs. Each LED has a driver chip built into it, making them individually addressable. Many units can be chained together and run by a single microcontroller by connecting the output of one Jewel into the input of another! Each NeoPixel has ~18mA constant current drive so the color will be very consistent even if the voltage varies, and runs on 5V.
Item #: SF-COM-12661 -
This is the NeoPixel Stick from Adafruit, a small chainable board with eight 5050 WS2812 RGB LEDs. The WS2812s are each addressable as the driver chip is located inside the LED. Each NeoPixel Stick has ~18mA constant current drive so the color will be very consistent even if the voltage varies, and requires 5V. Every stick is equipped with a single data line with a very timing-specific protocol requiring a real-time microconroller with a 8MHz or faster processor such as an AVR, Arduino, PIC,...
Item #: SF-BOB-11820 -
This is a breakout board for the built in WS2812 RGB LED. The WS2812 is actually an RGB LED with a WS2811 built right into the LED! All the necessary pins are broken out to 0.1" spaced headers for easy bread-boarding. Several of these breakouts can be chained together to form a display or an addressable string.
Item #: SS-COM22341P -
One green LED. It operates from 5V DC. Perfect for use on Seeeduino digital outputs, or also can be controlled using pulse-width modulation. Each LED has a current-limiting resistor, which protects the LED and the Arduino from high current.
Item #: SS-COM53140P -
The Chainable Grove RGB LED is based on P9813 chip which is a full-color LED driver chip that can provide modulated output of 256 levels. The RGB LED is chainable up to 1024 nodes. This is also an extra large LED measuring 8mm in diameter. Documentation Product Wiki Page
Item #: ASM-RG-RCA -
Wish you could display visual elements of your project on a standard television? Unleash your vision on the screen with the RobotGeek RCA Board! This board will allow you to hook your Arduino up to any screen with a standard RCA Jack! With another board, you can output video and sound. This is a slick way to show off sensor readings, and can even be used to make rudimentary game consoles! As with all RobotGeek sensors, the hole mounting pattern is on a 1x1 CM grid so they easily mount to the...
Item #: ASM-RG-BUZZER -
Get buzzing with this Arduino Buzzer! The RobotGeek Buzzer is an easy way to add audio output to your Arduino. By simply sending a 5v signal to the RobotGeek Buzzer, the device will emit a tone. You can also use the Arduino Tone Function to send different tones to the buzzer. NOTE:some frequencies will work better than others with this piezo buzzer. This Arduino Buzzer has the standard RobotGeek three pin connection so it plugs right into the RobotGeek Sensor Shield to get you up and running...
Item #: ASM-RG-RELAY -
Time to step up the voltage with this Arduino Relay Board. The Arduino platform is a great way to control lights, buzzers, displays and more - but what if you have a device that doesn't run on the Arduino's native 5 volts? One simple way to do it is to use the RobotGeek Relay. This little relay board will use a signal from a 5v microcontroller to make a mechanical connection. This connection is physically seprated from the arduino, meaning you can connect devices that have different voltages...
Item #: ASM-RG-LASER -
The RobotGeek Laser is an easy way to add a red laser to your robot! Just plug the black wire into ground and the white wire into a 5v signal, and the laser will power on. The .1"/2.54mm female headers make it easy to plug into breadboards, jumper wires, standard header pins and more. With this laser you'll get three different mounting solutions! These solutions mean that you can spend less time figuring out how to mount the laser and more time firing lasers! You can even use couplers to...
Item #: C-200-BattleSwitch -
BattleSwitch is the larger, 10A version of the popular PicoSwitch. BattleSwitch is a relay switch that you toggle via hobby radio control gear. You can use BattleSwitch to quickly and easily control glow plugs, BattleBot weaponry and more. You can activate applications with voltage levels as high as 240VAC without having to know anything about microcontroller logic levels or transistors because the relay offers full electrical isolation from your receiver electronics. BattleSwitch plugs into a...
Item #: PH-3051 -
The Dual Relay Board is an accessory to the PhidgetInterfaceKit 8/8/8. Each relay can be controlled by a separate Digital Output and can control open or close a circuit up to 240VAC at 5Amps. The relay board uses 1 analog input jack for it's power connection. Board Dimensions: 5.3 x 4.5 cm Mounting Holes: 4.6 x 3.8 cm This product is part of the Phidgets family! Phidgets are an easy to use set of USB-based building blocks for low cost sensing and control from your PC. A wide array of sensors,...
Item #: PH-3052 -
The Solid State Relay is used to switch up to 2.5 Amps at up to 40 Volts DC, or 28 Volts AC. The relay board is controlled by a digital output on the PhidgetInterfaceKit 8/8/8, the PhidgetTextLCD 8/8/8, or the PhidgetRFID v2.0 and greater. Product Manual This product is part of the Phidgets family! Phidgets are an easy to use set of USB-based building blocks for low cost sensing and control from your PC. A wide array of sensors, I/O devices, and controllers are available. To view the entire...
Item #: C-200-PICO -
Product Description PicoSwitch is a relay switch that you toggle via hobby radio control gear. You can use PicoSwitch to quickly and easily control anything from a digital camera shutter to an electric squirt gun to home lighting and more. You can activate applications with voltage levels as high as 125VAC without having to know anything about microcontroller logic levels or transistors because the relay offers full electrical isolation from your receiver electronics. PicoSwitch plugs into a...
Item #: SF-COM-10747 -
Want to control a standard wall outlet device with your micro controller, but don't want to mess with the high voltage wiring? This might just be the right device for you! The PowerSwitch Tail is designed to allow you to safely control an outlet device without exposing any 120VAC voltages. You can plug in any standard 120VAC 3-prong outlet to be controlled by most any microcontroller. This will work great with Arduino! The PowerSwitch Tail II improves on the original PowerSwitch Tail by...