Each of these expansion boards provides up to 1.8m accuracy, 66 search channels, 22 tracking channels and -165dBm sensitivity with a 10Hz update rate.
Each Servo Expansion Board has a built-in oscillator that is used to generate PWM signals with frequencies in the range of 24Hz to 1526Hz. The generated PWM signals are free running, so once you set the desired duty cycle of a channel, the signal will be continuously generated without any further commands.
Each Relay Expansion Board features two electromechanical relays that can switch up to 60W and are rated for a maximum current of 2A with a maximum voltage of 220VDC or 250VAC. The screw terminals allow you to connect a variety of different cables, leads and wires.
The Proto Expansion Board for the Onion Omega allows you to create your very own prototype that interfaces with your Omega. This little board provides a small soldering area and 30-pin header that plugs into the Expansion Dock. With it, you will have full control over what kind of project you design for your Omega!
The brightness level of all of the pixels on the display can be adjusted and, as a result, the display is very power efficient. Additionally, a single command enables built-in scrolling animations, where the contents of the entire display can be scrolled to the left, right, or diagonally left or right.
Since the Omega is so flexible when it comes to networking, you can use the Ethernet Expansion to provide network connectivity to the Omega, connect a modem to your Omega and have it act like a router, or provide network connectivity to a wired device by bridging a wireless network.
Power can be provided to the Omega and the Expansion Dock with any microUSB cable. The dock includes a regulator circuit that ensures the Omega always receives the stable 3.3V it needs to operate optimally.
The Omega facilitates programming the microcontroller wirelessly using the Arduino IDE, while it and the ATmega328P can communicate through a Serial UART connection or using the I
These are standard screws with 2-56 thread and 3/8" long, recommended for the small button pad sets. Can be used with a 2-56 nut.
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These headers are made to work with the Arduino Uno R3, Leonardo and new Arduino boards going forward. They are the perfect height for clearing the USB-B connector and great for stacking multiple shields. This kit includes 4 headers (2 8-pin, 1 10-pin and 1 6-pin), enough to connect a shield to an Arduino board. These are the same headers we use in our...
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The Minisense 100 from Measurement Specialties is a low-cost cantilever-type vibration sensor loaded by a mass to offer high sensitivity at low frequencies. Useful for detecting vibration and ‘tap’ inputs from a user. A small AC and large voltage (up to +/-90V) is created when the film moves back an forth. A simple resistor should get the...
This is a very small light sensor. A photocell changes (also called a photodetector, photo resistor, CdS or photoconductive cell) resistance depending on the amount of light it is exposed to. These little sensors make great ambient light triggers (when light in the room turns on, do something).
We use these little buttons on everything! These Miniature Single Pole Single Throw switches have a good click to them and are breadboard friendly. Perfect as a tactile reset switch. These buttons are rated up to 50mA.
10K thermistor with a negative temperature coefficient. Good choice for temp-sensing applications when you need a reliable NTC thermistor.
This is not a true piezoelectric speaker but behaves similarly. Instead of a piezoelectric crystal that vibrates with an electric current, this tiny speaker uses an electromagnet to drive a thin metal sheet. That means you need to use some form of alternating current to get sound. The good news is that this speaker is tuned to respond best with a square...
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