Set of screwdriver with bits Wolfcraft 1388000 - 30pcs
Set of screwdriver with bits Wolfcraft 1388000 - 30pcs
3D printer - Anycubic Photon M3 Max
Metal knife with trapezoidal blade Wolfcraft 4133000
Solder Cynel LC99.3 250g/0,7mm - lead-free
Set of screwdriver with bits Micro Wolfcraft 1389000 - 30pcs
Solder Cynel LC99,3 SW26 250g/2,5mm - lead-free
3D Printer - Creality CR-X Pro
20Dx42L Motor with 73:1 Gear 6V 180RPM - Pololu 1163
ZPM2 mounting kit for vertical support
Step-Down Voltage Regulator D36V50F6 - 6V 8A - Pololu 4092
HDMI Blow Blue cable class 1.4 - 3,0m
LED FeatherWing - 4x 14-segment display - Adafruit 3089
Motor with 100:1 Gear - Pololu 992
XBee 3 wireless communication kit - SparkFun KIT-15936
3D printer - Creality Halot One Plus
Gravity: MOSFET Power Controller 5-36V/20AA switch that allows you to control a device requiring a large current by using a microcontroller. The module works with voltage from 5 V to 36 V with the current consumption...
DFRobot Gravity - 12-position rotary switch V1The module is equipped with 12-state rotary switch. It is powered with the voltage from 3.3 V to 12 V. The switch uses analog input for reading the output status, which allows...
Gravity - RGB LED button - DFRobot DFR0991Module with a button from DFRobot. Thanks to the built-in RGB LED, the button is illuminated in different colors . The module has a built-in Gravity connector with an I2C...
DFRobot Gravity - digital button Tact Switch - redDigital monostable switch with 3-pin connector. It is powered with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V, it works with Arduino modules.
DFRobot Gravity - digital blue buttonDigital monostable switch with 3-pin connector. It is powered with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V, it works with Arduino modules.
DFRobot Gravity - 5.4kΩ slide potentiometerSlide linear potentiometer with the resistance of 5.4 kΩ. It is equipped with two 3-pin connectors that enable the direct connection of the module to the development board IO...
DFRobot Gravity - digital button Tact Switch - yellowDigital monostable switch with 3-pin connector . It is powered from 3.3V to 5V and works with Arduino modules.
DFRobot Gravity - Thumb Joystick with a button - module with a plateThe module is equipped with a joystick similar to analog devices used in, for example, in controllers for games. There is the possibility of detecting movement in two...
DFRobot Gravity - digital button Tact Switch - whiteDigital monostable switch with 3-pin connector. It is powered with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V, it works with Arduino modules.
DFRobot Gravity Self-Locking SwitchDigital bistable switch with 3-pin connector. It is powered with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V, it works with Arduino modules. Each press changes its status to opposite.
DFRobot Gravity - digital button Tact Switch - greenDigital monostable switch with 3-pin connector. It is powered with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V, it works with Arduino modules.
Gravity - LED Button - Green - DFRobot DFR0785-GModule with round monostable button. It is additionally equipped with a backlight, thanks to a built-in LED located under a transparent cap. When the cap is pressed, the...
Pushbuttons of tact switch type are essentially monostable switches, i.e. their characteristic feature is one stable contact position (in majority of such pushbuttons, contacts in stable state are open). With tact switches, we can short-circuit two points in an electrical circuit that are not connected to each other without pressing the button - depending on the requirements and specifications of the application, either by pressing and releasing the button once, or by pressing, holding for a suitably long time (e.g. 5s), and releasing the button after achieving the intended change in the electrical circuit. For example, tact switch buttons are used in digital control of electronic devices, where by pressing the button, a short impulse in the form of high state (e.g. 5V voltage) or low state (short circuit to ground) is given to the input of a microcontroller. In response to a single press of the button, we can change the direction of rotation of the motor, turn on and off the LED lighting and much more. Offered by Botland monostable buttons from Gravity series are equipped with colorful keys - so you can build an attractive looking game console or multifunctional control panel for industrial robot.
Joysticks are control elements that use both analog and digital technology. The movement of the joystick lever is possible in three dimensions, i.e. X, Y and Z. The movement of the joystick lever in X and Y axes provides a change of resistance of potentiometers on its outputs, whose leads are mechanically connected with the lever. In order for the microcontroller of the controlled device to read the joystick deflection data in both axes relative to the neutral position, it is necessary to use an analog-to-digital converter. The ADC reads the voltages from the X and Y leads of the potentiometers connected to the moving joystick. Moving the joystick lever at an angle between [0° and 90°] changes the voltage on both analog inputs of the ADC, but to read the signals concerning the position of the joystick in X and Y axes, connect one of the extreme pins of the potentiometers to the reference voltage source, relative to which the ADC measures. However, in case of joystick movement in Z-axis, it's enough to use digital pin of microcontroller which should be set as input by software. Joystick module from Gravity series has all necessary pins on connectors and allows to build many interesting projects like games console or operator panel to control robots and industrial machines.