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    • Model: EF10019
    • Shipping Weight: 26g
    • 2 Units in Stock
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  1. This breakout board for the popular Nokia 6100 Knock-off color LCD has an improved backlight driver circuit (boosts to 7V) , plus a tri-color status LED and 2 pushbuttons we given you, all accessed through one 9-pin 0.1" spaced header. Vbat and the 3.3V input can be driven from the same regulated 3.3V source, but the device will draw more current than if the Vbat input was driven from a higher source voltage. For an estimate of the current draw for a given input voltage, refer to the chart on the schematic file below.

    This breakout is set up for serial communication to the display and comes with the Nokia 6100 display attached and stand-offs as photographed.
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  2. This SD/MMC card double side breakout allows you to breakout the mircSD/SD/MMC socket to a standard 2.54mm-pin header. We used SPI Mode interface. The module can work with 5V power supply. It can be controlled directly by a wide range of microcontrollers. Perfect for breadboarding and the likes. Board comes fully assembled and tested as shown. Learn More
  3. This is a 16 channel Mini-relay module. It can be used to control the lighting, electrical and other equipments. The modular design makes it easy to expand with the Arduino board or other MCU board PIC, ARM and MSP430. The Relay output state by a light-emitting diode. This module used HUIKE mini-relay and have ultra-small volume(be close to 8 channel Relay module). Maximum switching voltage: 120VAC 24VDC and Maximum switching current 2A. There are optocoupler as optical isolation to protect circuit security. At the same time, there is a elec-blocks socket, and you can use shunt cap directly to control the Relay module without MCU. Learn More
  4. This is a 8 channel relay module. It can be used to control the lighting, electrical and other equipments. The modular design makes it easy to expand with the Arduino board or other MCU board PIC, ARM and MSP430. The Relay output state by a light-emitting diode. Learn More
  5. This is a 4 channel relay module. It can be used to control the lighting, electrical and other equipments. The modular design makes it easy to expand with the Arduino board or other MCU board PIC, ARM and MSP430. The Relay output state by a light-emitting diode. Learn More
  6. This is a 2 channel relay module. It can be used to control the lighting, electrical and other equipments. The modular design makes it easy to expand with the Arduino board or other MCU board PIC, ARM and MSP430. The Relay output state by a light-emitting diode. Learn More
  7. The module uses SRD relay module to control high-votage elecrical devices. (maximum 250V).It can be used in interactive projects and can also be used to control the lighting, electrical and other equipments.It can be controlled directly by a wide range of microcontrollers and can be controlled through the digital IO port, such as solenoid valves, lamps, motors and other high current or high voltage devices. Learn More
  8. This is a breakout board for the L3G4200D low-power three-axis angular rate sensor. The L3G4200D has a full scale of +-250/+-500/+-2000 dps and is capable of measuring rates with a user-selectable bandwidth. This work is great in gaming and virtual reality input devices, GPS navigation systems and robotics. Learn More
  9. The ADXL335 is a small, thin, low power, complete 3-axis accelerometer with signal conditioned voltage outputs. The product measures acceleration with a minimum full-scale range of +-3 g. This board for the 3 axis ADXL335 is from Analog Devices. This is the latest in a long, proven line of analog sensors - the holy grail of accelerometers. The ADXL335 is a triple axis accelerometer with extremely low noise and power consumption - only 320uA!

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