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The RobotGeek RFID Garage Door Opener Kit lets you upgrade your garage door opener with the power of RFID! Once you set up your kit, you can swipe an RFID fob near the antenna to activate your garage door opener. Professional RFID garage door openers can cost over $100, making this useful kit a great deal. The kit includes: 1x RobotGeek Geekduino 1x RFIDuino 1x USB To Micro USB Cable 1x 6V2A Power Supply 1x RobotGeek Relay 1x RobotGeek Geekduino Mount 1x EM4102 Tag Kit ...
Floor Mat Switches are greagt inputs for all kinds of projects. They can be used for basic security, home automation, foot traffic tracking, and more. The new Robotgeek Floor Switch Experimerinter's Kit comes with everything you need to connect a Floor Mat Switch to an Arduino based microcontroller and control lights, sounds, and external devices. This kit is great for adding a little Arduino to your Halloween fun - use the kit to automate lights, sounds and props whenever a trick or treater...
Floor Mat Switches are great inputs for all kinds of projects. The Power Switch tail is a great device that allows you to use a switch to control an AC powered device. Put them together, add the device you'd like to control, and you've got a quick, clever project! You could turn on the lights while you fumble with your keys, or make a quick Halloween jump scare! This is good as a standalone kit (simple instructions here. ), or you can pair it with the RobotGeek Floor Mat Experimenter's Kit to...
Just a plate to mount your Raspberry Pi to one of the Centimeter Grid plates used in the RobotGeek and Interbotix product line. Also useful for holding most lipo batteries in place. Simple and sweet.
Power up your rover, or take your robot arm off the grid with the 7.4V 4400mAh Lithium Ion Battery! This battery has excellent capacity for robotics projects utilizing several RobotGeek Servos. To make it easy to connect/disconnect the battery from your project, each of these batteries has a Female T-Connector (Deans Ultra Plug compatble), and for easy charging, a barrel Jack for use with the Charger with over-voltage protection (included). If discharged too low, Lithium Ion batteries can...
The RobotGeek Snapper Core Kit is the base arm hardware and servos necessary to build a snapper arm, for those who already have a microprocessor board such as a Geekduino/Arduino. If you would like a full kit that contains a microprocessor board and input modules, check out the RobotGeek Snapper Arm Kit. This core kit contains all the arm hardware, including a 120mm Slewing Bearing, RobotGeek 180 degree servos, and all the necessary brackets, mounts, body parts, nuts, bolts, and wires you need...
The RobotGeek LCD is a fast and easy way to add text output to your projects. The enclosure can float freely on your desk or be mounted to projects and Workbenches. The bottom has the standard RobotGeek 1cm X 1cm grid making all RobotGeek products compatible with each other.
Everything you need to be up and running with a Geekduino and Sensor shield I/O break out board to mount to your projects. GeekduinoSensor Shield10 Robotgeek sensor cablesDuino Mounting PlateThe Robotgeek Sensor Shield breaks out the digital and analog pins into easy to use 3-pin connectors. Each connector supplies 5 volts, ground, and a signal pin. These connectors can easily be connected to RobotGeek Sensors as well as a wide variety of sensors, actuators and output...
If you are looking for a good Arduino Joystick the RobotGeek Joystick is the best choice. We had these joysticks special made two joystick options; the standard mushroom top used in gaming controllers and a tall stick for much greater range of motion. The joystick has the standard RobotGeek three pin connection and plugs right into the RobotGeek Sensor Shield so you can be up and running immediatly. This arduino joystick is self centering and will return to the home position when let go. The...
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...
The RobotGeek Tilt Sensor is a fast and flexible way to add an Arduino tilt senor Project. By reading this sensor as a digital input, you can determine if an object the sensor is mounted on tilted or not. This sensor is unique because of the orientation of its ports. Instead of having the tilt switch soldered into the board, there are two 2-pin female ports. This allows you to orient your tilt vertically or horizontally to suit your project best. If you need your tilt switch to be further away...
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...
This RobotGeek Light Sensor is an analog sensor that will allow you to measure light from your Arduino or other microcontroller. The more light the sensor detects, the higher the your analog port will detect. Each RobotGeek Light Sensor comes with a dual female-female jumper cable so that you can move the light sensor off the board. This makes placing your sensors easier than ever. You can use this sensor to measure the ambient light in a room, or to measure the relative brightness of...
The RobotGeek Pushbutton is a self-contained Arduino Button board that makes it easy to add a pushbutton to your Arduino Project. This RobotGeek Pushbutton has a built in pull-down resistor, so the signal can be read as a digital input from your Arduino or other microcontroller. This Arduino Button Board has the standard RobotGeek three pin connection so it plugs right into the RobotGeek Sensor Shield to get you up and running immediatly. As with all RobotGeek sensors, the hole mounting...
Do you need Rotation Knobs for your Arduino project? The RobotGeek Knob is good choice! It has the standard RobotGeek three pin connection so it plugs right into the RobotGeek Sensor Shield to get you up and running immediatly. As with all RobotGeek sensors, the hole mounting pattern is on a 1x1 CM grid so they easily mount to the RobotGeek Workbenches or any other RobotGeek kit. Each sensor includes a mounting plate and all hardware needed to mount to any workbench or RobotGeek product that...
The RobotGeek Slider is a great arduino slide potentiometer for projects requiring a linear analog input. The slider has the standard RobotGeek three pin connection and plugs right into the RobotGeek Sensor Shield so you can be up and running immediatly. This arduino slide control is a linear potentiometer, which means you can read it just as you would any other potentiometer/analog sensor. The large handle cap and the smooth action on this slider make it great for all kinds of control panels...
The Arduino Platform is a great way for learning about electronics and programming, as well as creating microcontoller based projects. But even simple projects can get messy very quickly, leaving you with a pile of wires, breadboards, and components. With the RobotGeek Sensor System, you can put your project on the fast track and get it up and running in no time. The RobotGeek Sensor Shield will fit on any Standard Arduino Compatible board*, and break out the digital and analog pins into easy...
Get ready to bring your robotic dreams to life with the RobotGeek 180 Degree Robot Servo! This metal-geared servo is perfect for building robotic joints and will help you create your own custom robotic arms, crawlers, and more! And because these servos use a standard PWM signal for control, they're easy to directly interface with microcontrollers like the Arduino! Idler Horn The difference between a regular servo and robot servo is the Idle Horn. This horn will spin freely and is at the...
Get ready to bring your robotic dreams to life with the RobotGeek Continuous Rotation Servo! This metal-geared servo is perfect for building robotic rovers, spinners and more! And because these servos use a standard PWM signal for control, they're easy to directly interface with microcontrollers like the Arduino! Idler Horn The difference between a regular servo and robot servo is the Idle Horn. This horn will spin freely and is at the opposite position of the main drive horn. The idler horn...
The RFIDunio Wireless Communication Starter Kit provides everything you need to harness the powerful and versatile technology of Zigbee wireless communication and free your RedBee from wires. Perfect for remote installations, mobile platforms, or any application where 'cutting' the USB cable to your PC is convenient. [2x] XBee 1mW Communication Module This is the very popular 2.4GHz XBee module from Digi. These modules take the 802.15.4 stack (the basis for Zigbee) and wrap it into a...
The GeekBot Rover is a highly flexible wheeled rover created from the ground up to be completely modular and easy to customize. Powered by two high speed continuous turn robot servos, GeekBot has a strong payload capability of 1kg/2.2lbs and moves fast at up to 0.4Mps / 1.3fps. All RobotGeek sensors, kits, and add-ons conform to the 1 X 1cm grid on the GeekBot decks. Add sensor arrays, turrets, grippers, arms, lasers, airsoft guns, advanced controllers… the possibilities are limited only to...
The GeekBot Rover is a highly flexible wheeled rover created from the ground up to be completely modular and easy to customize. Powered by two high speed continuous turn robot servos, GeekBot has a strong payload capability of 1kg/2.2lbs and moves fast at up to 0.4Mps / 1.3fps. All RobotGeek sensors, kits, and add-ons conform to the 1 X 1cm grid on the GeekBot decks. Add sensor arrays, turrets, grippers, arms, lasers, airsoft guns, advanced controllers… anything you want. The GeekBot is...
This is a Mabuchi RS-550 motor with a 3-pole balanced armature. Motor Specifications Performance Operating v : 6v - 14.4v Nominal v : 12v No Load RPM : 18000 No Load A : 1.2A Stall Torque : 70.55 oz-in 498.2 mN-m Stall Current : 85A Kt : 0.83 oz-in/A 5.9 mN-m/A Kv : 1608 rpm/V Efficiency : 70% RPM - Peak Eff : 17250 Current - Peak Eff : 10A Physical Weight : 7.7 oz (218g) Length - for motor : 2.24 in (57mm) Diameter (with flux ring) : 1.52 in (38.5mm) Diameter (no flux ring) : 1.41 in...
The RobotGeek Voltage Divider is a simple yet effective way to turn a variable resistor, such as an FSRs, Softpots, or Pressure Sensors into a tunable 0-5v analog signal. The design is super simple and completely open source, but saves tinkerers from having to breadboard a potentiometer of their own. A 2 position terminal block and 0.1" spaced header are available for sensor input, a 3 pos right angle header breaks out Analog output, 5v input, and Gnd. Each sensor includes necessary...