Feather is the new development board from Adafruit, and like its namesake it is thin, light, and lets you fly! We designed Feather to be a new standard for portable microcontroller cores.This is the Adafruit Feather HUZZAH ESP8266 - our take on an 'all-in-one' ESP8266 WiFi development board with built in USB and battery charging. Its an ESP8266 WiFi module with all the extras you need, ready to rock! We have other boards in the Feather family, check'em out here. At the Feather HUZZAH's heart is an ESP8266 WiFi microcontroller clocked at 80 MHz and at 3.3V logic. This microcontroller contains a Tensilica chip core as well as a full WiFi stack. You can program the microcontroller using the Arduino IDE for an easy-to-run Internet of Things core. We wired up a high-quality SiLabs CP2104 USB-Serial chip that can upload code at a blistering 921600 baud for fast development time. It also has auto-reset so no noodling with pins and reset button pressings. The CP2104 has better driver support than the CH340 and can do very high speeds without stability issues.To make it easy to use for portable projects, we added a connector for any of our 3.7V Lithium polymer batteries and built in battery charging. You don't need a battery, it will run just fine straight from the micro USB connector. But, if you do have a battery, you can take it on the go, then plug in the USB to recharge. The Feather will automatically switch over to USB power when its available. Here's some handy specs! Measures 2.0" x 0.9" x 0.28" (51mm x 23mm x 8mm) without headers soldered inLight as a (large?) feather - 9.7 gramsESP8266 @ 80MHz with 3.3V logic/power4MB of FLASH (32 MBit)Built in WiFi 802.11 b/g/n3.3V regulator with 500mA peak current outputCP2104 USB-Serial converter onboard with 921600 max baudrate for speedy uploadingAuto
Feather is the new development board from Adafruit, and like its namesake it is thin, light, and lets you fly! We designed Feather to be a new standard for portable microcontroller cores.This is the Adafruit Feather M0 Bluefruit LE - our take on an 'all-in-one' Arduino-compatible + Bluetooth Low Energy with built in USB and battery charging. Its an Adafruit Feather M0 with a BTLE module, ready to rock! We have other boards in the Feather family, check'em out here. Bluetooth Low Energy is the hottest new low-power, 2.4GHz spectrum wireless protocol. In particular, its the only wireless protocol that you can use with iOS without needing special certification and it's supported by all modern smart phones. This makes it excellent for use in portable projects that will make use of an iOS or Android phone or tablet. It also is supported in Mac OS X and Windows 8+.At the Feather M0's heart is an ATSAMD21G18 ARM Cortex M0 processor, clocked at 48 MHz and at 3.3V logic, the same one used in the new Arduino Zero . This chip has a whopping 256K of FLASH (8x more than the Atmega328 or 32u4) and 32K of RAM (16x as much)! This chip comes with built in USB so it has USB-to-Serial program & debug capability built in with no need for an FTDI-like chip.To make it easy to use for portable projects, we added a connector for any of our 3.7V Lithium polymer batteries and built in battery charging. You don't need a battery, it will run just fine straight from the micro USB connector. But, if you do have a battery, you can take it on the go, then plug in the USB to recharge. The Feather will automatically switch over to USB power when its available. We also tied the battery thru a divider to an analog pin, so you can measure and monitor the battery voltage to detect when you need a recharge. Here's some handy specs! Like all Feather M0's you get: Measures 2.0" x 0.9&
If you've ever ordered and wire up a 9-DOF sensor, chances are you've also realized the challenge of turning the sensor data from an accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer into actual "3D space orientation"! Orientation is a hard problem to solve. The sensor fusion algorithms (the secret sauce that blends accelerometer, magnetometer and gyroscope data into stable three-axis orientation output) can be mind-numbingly difficult to get right and implement on low cost real time systems.Bosch is the first company to get this right by taking a MEMS accelerometer, magnetometer and gyroscope and putting them on a single die with a high speed ARM Cortex-M0 based processor to digest all the sensor data, abstract the sensor fusion and real time requirements away, and spit out data you can use in quaternions, Euler angles or vectors.Rather than spending weeks or months fiddling with algorithms of varying accuracy and complexity, you can have meaningful sensor data in minutes thanks to the BNO055 - a smart 9-DOF sensor that does the sensor fusion all on its own! You can read the data right over I2C and Bob's yer uncle.The BNO055 can output the following sensor data: Absolute Orientation (Euler Vector, 100Hz) Three axis orientation data based on a 360° sphere Absolute Orientation (Quaterion, 100Hz) Four point quaternion output for more accurate data manipulation Angular Velocity Vector (100Hz) Three axis of 'rotation speed' in rad/s Acceleration Vector (100Hz) Three axis of acceleration (gravity + linear motion) in m/s^2 Magnetic Field Strength Vector (20Hz) Three axis of magnetic field sensing in micro Tesla (uT) Linear Acceleration Vector (100Hz) Three axis of linear acceleration data (acceleration minus gravity) in m/s^2 Gravity Vector (100Hz) Three axis of gravitational accel
PowerBoost 1000C is the perfect power supply for your portable project! With a built-in load-sharing battery charger circuit, you'll be able to keep your power-hungry project running even while recharging the battery! This little DC/DC boost converter module can be powered by any 3.7V LiIon/LiPoly battery, and convert the battery output to 5.2V DC for running your 5V projects. If you dont need the 1A battery charger, smart load-sharing, or 1A iOS resistors, check out the Powerboost 500C Like our popular 5V 1A USB wall adapter , we tweaked the output to be 5.2V instead of a straight-up 5.0V so that there's a little bit of 'headroom' for long cables, high draw, the addition of a diode on the output if you wish, etc. The 5.2V is safe for all 5V-powered electronics like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or Beagle Bone while preventing icky brown-outs during high current draw because of USB cable resistance.The PowerBoost 1000C has at the heart a TPS61090 boost converter from TI . This boost converter chip has some really nice extras such as low battery detection, 2A internal switch, synchronous conversion, excellent efficiency, and 700KHz high-frequency operation. Check out these specs!Synchronous operation means you can disconnect the output completely by connecting the ENable pin to ground. This will completely turn off the output2A internal switch (~2.5A peak limiting) means you can get 1000mA+ from a 3.7V LiPoly/LiIon battery. Just make sure your battery can handle it!Low battery indicator LED lights up red when the voltage dips below 3.2V, optimized for LiPo/LiIon battery usageOnboard 1000mA charge-rate 'iOS' data resistors. Solder in the USB connector and you can plug in any iPad, iPhone or iPod for 1000mA charge rate.Full breakout for battery in, control pins and power out90%+ operating efficiency in most cases (see datasheet for ef
You can now create a dazzling display with your Raspberry Pi Model A+/B+/Pi 2 or Pi 3 with the Adafruit RGB Matrix HAT. This HAT plugs into your Pi and makes it super easy to control RGB matrices such as those we stock in the shop and create a colorful scrolling display or mini LED wall with ease.This HAT is our finest to date, full of some really great circuitry. Let me break it down for you: Simple design - plug in power, plug in IDC cable, run our Python code! Power protection circuitry - you can plug a 5V 4A wall adapter into the HAT and it will automatically protect against negative, over or under-voltages! Yay for no accidental destruction of your setup. Onboard level shifters to convert the RasPi's 3.3V to 5.0V logic for clean and glitch free matrix driving DS1307 Real Time Clock can keep track of time for the Pi even when it is rebooted or powered down, to make for really nice time displaysWorks with any of our 16x32, 32x32 or 32x64 RGB LED Matrices with HUB75 connections. You can even chain multiple matrices together for a longer display, you can chain as many as you like but the bigger the display the harder it is on the Pi so keep that in mind! We don't recommend more than 32x128 pixel setups Please note: this HAT is only for use with HUB75 type RGB Matrices. Not for use with NeoPixel, DotStar, or other 'addressable' LEDs.Each order comes with a HAT PCB with all surface mount parts assembled, a 2x20 female socket connector, a 2 pin terminal block, and a 2x8 IDC socket connector. A CR1220 coin cell is not included to make air shipping easier, please order one seperately if you do not have one and would like to use the real time clock. RGB Matrix is not included, please check out our fine selection ! A 5V power supply is also required, not included, for powering the matrix itself. The Pi
Im Lieferumfang finden Sie folgende Artikel:
1x Adafruit (DC-)Schrittmotor HAT für Raspberry Pi (A+/B+/2)
1x Buchsenleiste 2x20 Pins
1x Schraubklemme - 2-Anschlüsse
2x Schraubklemme - 5-Anschlüsse
Bitte beachten Sie, dass es sich bei diesem Produkt um einen Bausatz handelt. Zur Inbetriebnahme sind Lötarbeiten erforderlich.
Hinweis: NICHT im Lieferumfang enthalten sind ein Raspberry Pi und die abgebildeten Motoren.
Beschreibung von Adafruit (englisch):
Let your robotic dreams come true with the new DC+Stepper Motor HAT from Adafruit. This Raspberry Pi add-on is perfect for any motion project as it can drive up to 4 DC or 2 Stepper motors with full PWM speed control.
Raspberry Pi and motors are not included.
Since the Raspberry Pi does not have a lot of PWM pins, we use a fully-dedicated PWM driver chip onboard to both control motor direction and speed. This chip handles all the motor and speed controls over I2C. Only two pins (SDA & SCL) are required to drive the multiple motors, and since it's I2C you can also connect any other I2C devices or HATs to the same pins.
In fact, you can even stack multiple Motor HATs, up to 32 of them, for controlling up to 64 stepper motors or 128 DC motors (or a mix of the two) - just remember to purchase and solder in a stacking header instead of the one we include.
Motors are controlled by TB6612 MOSFET drivers with 1.2A per channel and 3A peak current capability, a big improvement over L293D drivers and there are built-in flyback diodes as well.
You just found the perfect I2C sensor, and you want to wire up two or three or more of them to your Arduino when you realize "Uh oh, this chip has a fixed I2C address, and from what I know about I2C, you cannot have two devices with the same address on the same SDA/SCL pins!" Are you out of luck? You would be, if you didn't have this ultra-cool TCA9548A 1-to-8 I2C multiplexer !Finally, a way to get up to 8 same-address I2C devices hooked up to one microcontroller - this multiplexer acts as a gatekeeper, shuttling the commands to the selected set of I2C pins with your command.Using it is fairly straight-forward: the multiplexer itself is on I2C address 0x70 (but can be adjusted from 0x70 to 0x77) and you simply write a single byte with the desired multiplexed output number to that port, and bam - any future I2C packets will get sent to that port. In theory, you could have 8 of these multiplexers on each of 0x70-0x77 addresses in order to control 64 of the same-I2C-addressed-part.Like all Adafruit breakouts, we put this nice chip on a breakout for you so you can use it on a breadboard with capacitors, and pullups and pulldowns to make usage a snap. Some header is required and once soldered in you can plug it into a solderless-breadboard. The chip itself is 3V and 5V compliant so you can use it with any logic level. We even wrote up a nice tutorial with wiring diagrams, schematics and examples to get you running in 10 minutes!
Im Lieferumfang finden Sie folgende Artikel: 1x Adafruit MotorShield v2.3 (Bausatz) - Arduino-Shield für Motoren, Schrittmotoren und Servos 1x Jumper 1x Stiftleiste, 36 Pins Die Stiftleiste muss noch unterteilt und an den dafür vorgesehen Stellen angelötet werden. Hinweis: Bitte beachten Sie das es sich bei diesem Produkt um einen Bausatz handelt und zur Inbetriebnahme Lötarbeiten erforderlich sind. Beschreibung von Adafruit (englisch): The original Adafruit Motorshield kit is one of our most beloved kits, which is why we decided to make something even better. We have upgraded the shield kit to make the bestest, easiest way to drive DC and Stepper motors. This shield will make quick work of your next robotics project! We kept the ability to drive up to 4 DC motors or 2 stepper motors, but added many improvements: Instead of a L293D darlington driver, we now have the TB6612 MOSFET driver: with 1.2A per channel and 3A peak current capability. It also has much lower voltage drops across the motor so you get more torque out of your batteries, and there are built-in flyback diodes as well. Instead of using a latch and the Arduino's PWM pins, we have a fully-dedicated PWM driver chip onboard. This chip handles all the motor and speed controls over I2C. Only two pins (SDA & SCL) are required to drive the multiple motors, and since it's I2C you can also connect any other I2C devices or shields to the same pins. This also makes it drop-in compatible with any Arduino, such as the Uno, Due, Leonardo and Mega R3. Completely stackable design: 5 address-select pins means up to 32 stackable shields: that's 64 steppers or 128 DC motors! What on earth could you do with that many steppers? I have no idea but if you come up with something send us a photo because that would be a pretty glorious project. Lots of other little improvements such as a polarity protection FET on the power pins and a bit of prototyping area. And the shield is assembled and tested here
Is this not the cutest, little display for the Raspberry Pi? It features a 3.5" display with 480x320 16-bit color pixels and a resistive touch overlay just like our popular original , but this one is engineered specifically to work with the newer "2x20 connector" Raspberry Pi's. The plate uses the high speed SPI interface on the Pi and can use the mini display as a console, X window port, displaying images or video etc. Best of all it plugs right in on top! This PiTFT 3.5" is designed to fit nicely onto the Raspberry Pi Zero, Pi 3, Pi 2 or Model A+ / B+ (any Pi with a 2x20 connector) . Not for use with an old Pi 1 with 2x13 connector If you'd like to use a 3.5" display with the original Pi A or Pi B, check out this version The display uses the hardware SPI pins (SCK, MOSI, MISO, CE0, CE1) as well as GPIO #25 and #24. GPIO #18 can be used to PWM dim the backlight if you like. All other GPIO are unused. There's a 2x13 'classic Pi' connection GPIO header on the bottom, you can connect a 26-pin Pi GPIO cable to it to use any of the other pins as you like. The other GPIO are broken out into solder pads at the bottom, in case you want to use more of the GPIO.Best of all, it comes fully assembled and ready to plug into your Pi! You can use this as a display for running the X interface, or pygame. You can also have an HDMI display seperately connected. There's four mounting ears that can be used to attach the display & Pi to a bezel, or snap them off with pliers (they're perforated) for a slick exactly-the-same-size-as-a-Pi look. We've created a custom kernel package based of off Notro's awesome framebuffer work, so you can install it over your existing Raspbian (or derivative) images in just a few commands. Our tutorial shows you how to install the software, as well as calibrate the touchscreen, display images such as from your PiCam and more! Display current draw is mostly based on the backlight, with
You thought it couldn't get better than our world-famous 32-LED-per-meter Digital LED strip but we will prove you wrong! You wanted twice the LEDs? We got it (well, it's 1.875 times as many but that's within a margin of error). You wanted thinner strips? Now only 12.5 mm wide, 10 mm if you remove the strip from the casing. You wanted less noticeable strip color - this strip has black-colored flex PCB, which will be less visible against black-painted walls. This is the strip with black flex PCB, it's identical to the white 60 LED/meter except it has a different color mask on the flex strip.All your dreams answered, yet there are a few things to watch for.First up, the higher density means much higher power usage over a certain distance - 18 Watts max (~3.5 Amps @ 5V) per meter instead of 9.6 Watts max (~2 Amps @ 5V). The max rating is assuming all the LEDs are on full white, usually the actual current for colorful design is about 1/3 to 1/2 the max current. A good power supply such as our 5V 10A supply is key!Second, to get high density, the controller chip is inside the LED, which is kind of cool, but also means that the chip only uses a single pin for input and a single pin for output. The protocol used is very very timing-specific and can only be controlled by microcontrollers with highly repeatable 100nS timing precision. We have example code for using with the Arduino Uno/Mega microcontroller at 8MHz and 16MHz, and with a little effort you can use with the Raspberry Pi , or Beagle Bone Black , but it will not work with the Basic Stamp, NETduino, any other interpreted/virtual machine microprocessor or any processor slower than 8 MHz. For those processors, check our DotStar digital LED strip which has SPI-like input/output and works easily with Pi, NETduino, and other processors.Third, just because you have all those pixels doesn't mean
You want to make a cool Arduino robot, maybe a hexapod walker, or maybe just a piece of art with a lot of moving parts. Or maybe you want to drive a lot of LEDs with precise PWM output. Then you realize that the Arduino has only a few PWM outputs, and maybe those outputs are conflicting with another shield! What now? You could give up OR you could just get our handy PWM and Servo driver shield. It's just like our popular PWM/Servo Breakout but now Arduino-ready and works with any Arduino that uses shields: Uno, Leo, Mega, ADK, its all good.Adafruit 16-Channel 12-bit PWM/Servo Shield - I2C interface ( 5:58 )
If you already have a 7" TFT that is about 165mm x 105mm in size (with a visible area equal to or smaller than 152mm x 91mm), you can put this glass resistive overlay over it to add a resistive touch screen. To use, first remove the protective plastic wrap from both sides. Attach to your touchscreen controller (we suggest our AR1100 USB touch adapter if you need USB mouse interface, or the STMPE610 breakout for I2C/SPI ) and test to make sure the screen works over all - remember that only one side will work for touch, so flip it over if you can't get it working. Once you know which way is up, and you've got the touch screen talking to your controller, use double-sided tape to attach it to your screen, carefully lining up the outer edges.Resistive Touchscreen Overlay - 7" diag. 165mm x 105mm - 4 Wire ( 12:08 )
Das erste Mal, wenn Sie eine Oberfläche verlötet montieren Komponente, die Sie überrascht haben kann "diese sind wirklich kleine Teile!" und es gibt Dutzende von verschiedenen Namen auch! QFN, TDFN, SOIC, SOP, J-Lead, was tun sie bedeuten und wie kann Ihnen sagen, wie groß sie sind? Jetzt können Sie einen Referenz-Board zur Hand haben, mit diesem pfiffigen PCB Referenz Lineal. Mess ca. 1" x 6", das Standard-Dicke FR4, hat Goldplatte Lineal die am häufigsten verwendeten Komponenten-Pakete Ihnen begegnen. Es hat auch Schriftgröße Führung, Spurbreite Diagramm, und eine Reihe von AWG-Größe Bohrer, so dass Sie Ihre Drahtstärken messen können.