Ostoskorissasi ei ole yhtään tuotetta.

Product was successfully added to your shopping cart.

Breakout Boards



13 tuote(tta)

  1. SparkFun Differential I2C Breakout - PCA9615 (Qwiic)

    ‌Whether you need to extend the range of an I2C sensor on an autonomous vehicle plagued with noise from motors or want to create a vast sensor network in your home or office, the Qwiic Differential I2C Breakout is a great solution to extend distance and reduce noise susceptibility.

  2. SparkFun Qwiic Adapter

    ‌‌The SparkFun Qwiic Adapter provides the perfect means to make any old I2C board into a Qwiic-enabled board.

  3. Arducam Mini Camera Shield 2MP (OV2640) (with M12 lens)

    ‌‌2MP SPI Camera Module for Arduino from Arducam. 

    27,00 €
  4. ArduCAM-Mini-5MP-Plus OV5642 Camera Module (with M12 Lens)

    ‌5MP SPI Camera Module for Arduino from Arducam.

    42,00 €
  5. SparkFun I2C DAC Breakout - MCP4725

    The MCP4725 is an I2C controlled Digital-to-Analog converter (DAC). A DAC allows you to send analog signal, such as a sine wave, from a digital source, such as the I2C interface on the Arduino microcontroller.‌

  6. TCA9548A I2C Multiplexer

    I2C multiplexer that allows you to use multiple I2C devices with the same address.
  7. DeadOn RTC - DS3234 Breakout

    The DS3234 is a low-cost, extremely accurate SPI bus real-time clock with an integrated temperature-compensated crystal oscillator and crystal.

    19,00 €
  8. Logic Level Converter

    This logic level converter is a small device that safely steps down 5V signals to 3.3V and steps up 3.3V to 5V. This level converter also works with 2.8V and 1.8V devices.

  9. 4-channel I2C-safe Bi-directional Logic Level Converter - BSS138

    This level shifter board combines the ease-of-use of the bi-directional TXB0108 with an I2C-compatible FET design following NXP's app note. 

  10. 8-channel Bi-directional Logic Level Converter - TXB0108

    This chip perform bidirectional level shifting from pretty much any voltage to any voltage and will auto-detect the direction. Only thing that doesn't work well with this chip is i2c (because it uses strong pullups which confuse auto-direction sensor). If you need to use pullups, you can, but they should be at least 50K ohm - the ones internal to AVRs/Arduino are about 100K ohm so those are OK!


13 tuote(tta)