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This board consists of the FT232RL IC with pin header & screw terminals for the UART and other signals from FT232RL. Also it has a dedicated 3.3V regulator. Can run on 3.3V and 5V logic levels which can be selected via the Jumper. And all the pins of FT232RL brought out on the 14 pin header.
The ENC28J60 Ethernet Module is cute little module for adding 10Base Ethernet fast and easily to your project. With just a few pins you can use this module via SPI interface. This module contains all the necessary hardware to implement an Ethernet interface including the isolation transformer and LINK/STATUS LEDs. Works from 3.3V with 5V tolerant I/Os and...
Ever had the situation when you don’t have the correct RS232 connector with your cheap USB to serial converter and end up making a cable. Well, then just get this one ultimate board with a MAX3243 which can configure any cable to straight or cross and can be used with female and male DB9 connectors and designed to mate with our FT232 Ultimate USB to UART...
The BMP085 from Bosch is the best low-cost sensing solution for measuring barometric pressure and temperature as well as altitude. Interfaces to the MCU via I2C interface and is designed to work with 3.3V and 5V systems, equipped with 3.3V regulator, I2C level shifter and the pull-up resistors for the I2C pins.
The ADXL345 3-AXIS (±2g/±4g/±8g/±16g) Module is a beautiful addition to our offerings of accelerometer sensors. Interfacing via SPI (3 or 4 wire) or I2C digital Interface. Usable at 3.3V or 5V with on-board regulator for 3.3V and level-shifting circuit.
The MMA7361 3-AXIS (±1.5g/±6g) Module is another addition to our offerings of accelerometer sensors. Outputting the acceleration data as analog voltages. It also has pins for 0g Detect, g-Select, Sleep & Self test. Usable at 3.3V or 5V with on-board regulator for 3.3V.
This is a module for ACS712 ±20A hall-effect based AC/DC Current Sensor with just 1.2 mΩ resistance of input path from Allegro. And outputs a proportional analog voltage on Vo pin of 185 mV/A centered at 2.5V with a typical error of ±1.5%. It operates from 4.5 V to 5.5 V and is intended for use in 5 V systems.
This is a DS1307 based Real Time Clock module that keeps track of the Date / Time even after the system is powered off or reprogrammed . Comes with a CR1220 battery to retain the Date / Time info after power off for up to 5 years. And Communicates with the Microcontroller via I2C interface.
The Capacitive Touch Keyboard uses the MPR121 IC from Freescale with 12 touch sensitive keys/pads. The MPR121 IC detects the touch by measuring change in capacitance of touch pads and talks via I2C interface. It’s designed to work with both 3.3V and 5V systems and has all the necessary level shifting and regulator on board.
The TCS3200 Module is a color sensor designed to detect the intensity of colour of light incident on it. It outputs a square waveform, with frequency proportional to the intensity of incident radiation and with the help of 4 filters Red , Green, Blue and Clear we can determine the colour. This module comes with 4 white LEDs for illuminating the object to...
This cute little board consists of the FT232RL IC and all the necessary components to get the USB to UART interface kicking. Can run on 3.3V and 5V logic levels which can be selected via the Jumper. And all the pins of FT232RL brought out on pin headers.
This is a class 2 Bluetooth module with SPP (Serial Port Profile) and can be configured as a master or slave. Designed as drop-in replacement for wired serial connections, and can be used as transparent serial wireless connection. Designed to work with 3.3V as well as 5V systems this module is complete with 3.3V regulator and level shifting circuit.
This is a module for ACS712 ±5A hall-effect based AC/DC Current Sensor with just 1.2 mΩ resistance of input path from Allegro. And outputs a proportional analog voltage on Vo pin of 185 mV/A with a typical error of ±1.5%. It operates from 4.5 V to 5.5 V and is intended for use in 5 V systems.
Ever had this logic level mismatch when trying to connect a 3.3V Device with a 5V System, well forget about it, you need this Bidirectional Logic Level Converter with 8 channels to solve your logic level mismatch by stepping up and down 3.3V and 5V at the same time and also works with 2.8V, 2.5V, 1.8V.