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Octopus Push Lock E-Switch Brick OBPLock

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Octopus Push Lock E-Switch Brick OBPLock


SKU: EF04035

weight:10g

This is Push Lock E-Switch button brick, which detects your press action. It is ideal for beginner class to test the Arduino or be your first sensor in your project. It was easy be used for Chipkit, STM32, AVR, ARM and other mirc-MCU.

News: All of Octopus bricks has supported Scratch programming. ElecFreaks builded EFBlock support drag and drop programming . Guide please check here

Availability: In stock

$1.50
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    Octopus Electronic Bricks, you can use them build electronics projects just as easy as piling bricks. By using Octopus electronic bricks, you may connect Arduino/Freaduino compatible boards easily with various digital, analog and I2C/Uart interfaces. These the breadboard-less firm connection are prepared to extensive modules like poteniometers, sensors, relays, servos even buttons, just plug and play. 

    This is Push Lock E-Switch button brick, which detects your press action. It is ideal for beginner class to test the Arduino or be your first sensor in your project. It was easy be used for Chipkit, STM32, AVR, ARM and other mirc-MCU.

    The Freaduino Sensor Shield is the perfect shield to connect this senor to Arduino. Or Freaduino UNO which we had pre-stray Octopus Brick interface.

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    Features
    • 3P buckled wires connector
    • Easy to 'plug and play
    • Push Lock E-Switch button keypad and high-quality first-class hat
    • Able to achieve very interesting and an interactive work

    Specification
    • Big button module pin definition: (1) Output (2) VCC (3) GND
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    Shipping List

    • 1 x Push Lock E-Switch Brick
    • 1 x Analog Sensor Cable



    Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. 

     

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