Tuto: Arduino programming language based on wiring | Test & Recommendation

  • SparkFun ESP8266 Thing Starter Kit for Internet of Things WiFi Development Includes headers jumper wires breadboard Serial breakout Mico-B USB Cable and LEDs Use to Start a Project or Learn IoT
    Beginner kit for wireless ESP8266 Thing. Program on Arduino IDE platform or Espressif IDF platform All module pins broken out for ease of use 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi Direct (P2P), soft-AP Integrated TCP/IP protocol stack Integrated low power 32-bit CPU could be used as application processor On-board LiPo charger/power supply No need to come up with a power solution
  • Raive Electronics USB Data Sync Cable for Arduino UNO/Arduino Mega 2560 Rev 3 R3 Microcontroller - 10ft
    ✔ Brand new and high quality ✔ Length: 10ft (plug to plug) ✔ USB Cable to connect Arduino UNO/Arduino Mega 2560 Rev 3 R3 Microcontroller to a PC or Mac
  • CANADUINO PLC MEGA328 Programmable Logic Controller Electronics DIY Kit for Arduino Nano (Included)
    Build your own Powerful PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) with Arduino NANO V3 4 analog inputs || 4 analog outputs 0-10V || I2C bus for sensors, displays etc. 4 digital inputs 3.3 - 12V || 6 digital relay outputs 5A || RTC with battery backup A microcontroller module, compatible with Arduino NANO, is included. A power supply 12V DC (11-15V max.) >500mA is required.
  • Arduino Nano 33 IoT with Headers [ABX00032]
    The ease of use of a Nano board with the addition of secure IoT and BT connectivity Small (48mm x 18mm), robust and powerful board; 3.3V variant of the Nano family. Arm Cortex-M0+ microcontroller and a pre-certified ESP32-based WiFi and Bluetooth module from u-blox Clock up to 48MHz, Flash 256KB, SRAM 32KB, Secure WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity with a 6-axis IMU, ECC608A crypto chip provides IoT security. Two 15 pins connectors (one on each side) that are pin to pin compatible with the original Arduino Nano Pre-certified module with external processor ensures maintaining RF compliance when writing application code.Run directly from high voltages from lead or multi-cell Lithium-ion batteries providing 3.3V power supply to peripherals at significant output current On-board DC-DC power supply enables the board to be powered up to 21V maintaining high efficiency and offering a lot of current to external devices without overheating
    27.26 $
  • Freenove RFID Starter Kit V2.0 with Board V4 (Compatible with Arduino IDE), 266-Page Detailed Tutorial, 198 Items, 49 Projects, Solderless Breadboard
    266-page detailed tutorials (including basic electronics and programming knowledge) -> The download link can be found on the product box. (No paper tutorial.) 198 common items -> All parts needed to complete the projects in the tutorial. No soldering required. 49 interesting projects -> Each project has circuit diagram and tested code with detailed explanation. Extra advanced projects -> Make virtual instruments (voltmeter, oscilloscope) and game consoles. Get support -> Our technical service team is always ready to answer your questions.
    29.95 $
  • SparkFun Qwiic Cable Kit Hook Up I2C Qwiic development boards in no time No soldering required Includes 10 cables Different Lengths Styles Breadboardable Polarized 4-pin JST connector Daisy Chain-able
    Includes 10 cables of various lengths and styles that will get your Qwiic boards connected together. Each Qwiic Cable's wires have been color coded to red, black, blue and yellow with 1mm JST termination. Includes: 3x Qwiic Cable - 50mm, 3x Qwiic Cable - 100mm, 1x Qwiic Cable - 200mm, 1x Qwiic Cable - 500mm. Also: 1x Qwiic Cable - Breadboard Jumper (4-pin) and 1x Qwiic Cable - Female Jumper (4-pin). Uses 4-pin JST connectors to quickly interface development boards with sensors, LCDs, relays and more.
    11.94 $
  • SparkFun Qwiic Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi (not included) v2-CNL4040 Proximity Sensor breakout Micro OLED breakout Environmental Combo breakout & plenty of Qwiic Cables to connect everything together
    The SparkFun Qwiic Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi includes the Sparkfun Qwiic pHAT v2.0 for Raspberry Pi, which adds four Qwiic connectors to your Pi. It also includes a VCNL4040 Proximity Sensor Breakout, Micro OLED Breakout, Environmental Combo breakout and plenty of Qwiic Cables to connect everything together! The Qwiic system makes I2C on your Raspberry Pi a breeze. All you need is a Raspberry Pi with a 2x20 GPIO header to plug the HAT into. Includes: 1x SparkFun Qwiic pHAT v2.0 for Raspberry Pi, 1x SparkFun Micro OLED Breakout (Qwiic), 1x SparkFun Proximity Sensor Breakout - 20cm, VCNL4040 (Qwiic), 1x SparkFun Environmental Combo Breakout - CCS811/BME280 (Qwiic) Also includes: 2x Qwiic Cable - 50mm, 2x Qwiic Cable - 100mm
    54.95 $
  • LuxtechPro Speech Recognition Module ELECHOUSE Voice Recognition V3 Interface 5V TTL Level UART/GPIO
    This module is a compact and easy-control speaking recognition board. It is a speaker-dependent voice recognition module. It supports up to 80 voice commands in all. Max 7 voice commands could work at the same time. Any sound could be trained as command. Users need to train the module first before let it recognizing any voice command. It has 2 controlling ways: Serial Port (full function), General Input Pins (part of function). General Output Pins on the board could generate several kinds of waves while corresponding voice command was recognized. We already know that Voice Recognition module V2 supports 15 commands in all and only 5 commands at the same time. On V2, voice commands are separated into 3 groups while you training it. And only one group (5 commands) could to be imported into Recognizer. It means only 5 voice commands are effective at the same time. On V3, voice commands are stored in one large group like a library. Any 7 voice commands in the library could be imported into recognizer. Parameters: Voltage: 4.5-5.5V, Current: <40mA, Digital Interface: 5V TTL level for UART interface and GPIO, Analog Interface: 3.5mm mono-channel microphone connector + microphone pin interface. Size: 31mm x 50mm. Recognition accuracy: 99% (under ideal environment). Features: Support maximum 80 voice commands, with each voice 1500ms (one or two words speaking). Maximum 7 voice commands effective at same time. Arduino library is supplied. Easy Control: UART/GPIO. User-control General Pin Output.
    38.89 $
  • XLX 5PCS Mini MCP4725 Module I2C DAC Breakout Development Board 2.7V to 5.5V Supply Compatible Programming with EEPROM
    Super material: It is made of electronic accessories, nickel plating on surface(anti-oxidatioan), inner conductor: pure copper.it is long lasting and durable for you to use. Package including: Include a set of MCP4725 Development Board. This version of the MCP4725 Breakout solves some of the board's problems, including IC packages, I2C pinouts, changing the overall board size to better suit your project, and some minor adjustments. High Power High Efficiency: The DAC allows you to send analog signals, such as sine waves, from a digital source such as the I2C interface on an Arduino microcontroller. Digital to analog converters are ideal for sound generation, musical instruments and many other creative projects. High reliability, strong vibration resistance, good electromechanical performance. Super structure: MCP4725 is a single channel 12 bit buffer voltage output DAC with non-volatile memory (EEPROM).The user can store configuration register bits (2-bit) and DAC input data (12-bit) into non-volatile EEPROM (14-bit) memory. The DAC can be configured to normal mode or power-saving off mode by setting the configuration register bit.The device can use a 2-wire I2C compatible serial interface and is powered by a single power source with a voltage range of 2.7v to 5.5v A wide range of applications: It is suitable for home smart devices, industrial wireless control, wireless monitoring, QR wireless identification, wireless positioning system signals and other IoT applications. It is an ideal solution for IoT applications.
  • KEYESTUDIO W5500 Ethernet Development Board (Without Poe)+USB Cable for Arduino R3 Controller Board Micro SD Ethernet Shield
    It's a controller R3 Board with a built in Wiznet 5500 ethernet module, contains everything you need, does not to work with another Arduinos You can quickly make your controller access to internet to build your network application. Onboard comes with W5500 network module,which can make Arduino as simple Web server or read Arduino digital and analog interface application via network control. It can achieve a simple Web server through using Ethernet libraries in IDE, meanwhile, support MicroSD card (TF card) read and write, really with powerful functions. Main Chip:ATMEGA328 microcontroller; external power:7-12v,(9v recommended); digital input/output pins: 14(of which 6 pins support PWM)