Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on a flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software development platform. Arduino boards are intended for students, designers, artists and hobbyists interested in creating interactive objects for the world around them.
Analog 180° Micro Servo module is a high quality micro servo with the standard TinkerKit 3 pin connector to be plugged in the sensor shield.
Arduino GSM Shield 2 (integrated antenna): It comes with an audio Jack, the new M10 firmware.
The Arduino ISP is a tiny AVR-ISP (in-system programmer) based on David Mellis' project FabISP. With this programmer you can upload sketches and burn the bootloader on any AVR based boards, including Arduinos. By uploading a sketch with an external programmer you can remove the bootloader and use the extra space for your sketch. The Arduino ISP can also be used to burn the Arduino bootloader, so you can recover your chip if you accidentally corrupt the bootloader. Burning the bootloader is also necessary when you use a new ATmega microcontroller in your Arduino, and you wish to use the bootloader to upload a sketch via the USB-Serial connection.
Arduino Micro without headers is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega32u4, developed in conjunction with Adafruit. The Micro is similar to the Arduino Leonardo in that the ATmega32u4 has built-in USB communication, eliminating the need for a secondary processor. This Micro comes without headers.
Arduino Motor Shield Rev3 is based on a dual full-bridge driver designed to drive inductive loads such as relays, solenoids, DC and stepping motors. It lets you drive two DC motors with your Arduino board, controlling the speed and direction of each one independently.
Arduino Nano is a small, complete, and breadboard-friendly board based on the ATmega328 (Arduino Nano 3.x) or ATmega168 (Arduino Nano 2.x). It works with a Mini-B USB cable instead of a standard one. This Nano was designed and is being produced by Gravitech.
Arduino Uno SMD Rev3 is a microcontroller board based on the ATmega328. It contains everything needed to support the microcontroller; simply connect it to a computer with a USB cable or power it with a AC-to-DC adapter or battery to get started. The Uno differs from preceding boards in that it does not use the FTDI USB-to-serial driver chip.
The AG9605-2BR is a module designed to extract power from a conventional twisted pair Category 5 Ethernet cable, conforming to the IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) standard. AG9605-2BR provides the PoE compatibility signature and power classification required by the Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) before applying up to 9W power to the port. The high efficiency DC/DC converter operates over a wide input voltage range (36V to 48V typ) and provides a regulated low ripple and low noise output. The DC/DC converter also has built-in overload and short-circuit output protection.
The TinkerKit! DMX Master Shield is used to drive a series of DMX receivers. In order to be programmed via Arduino, it requires the DMX Library Like a regular shield it has to be plugged on top of the Arduino and it can be stacked on top of other shields. It is used both as OUTPUT and INPUT (also if the official library at the moment supports only the OUTPUT communication). For each line it has two kinds of port that can be used: the DMX connector or normal pins. On the front it has two DMX connectors, one for the INPUT and one for the OUTPUT.
TinkerKit Gyroscope 2 Axis sensitivity 4X is a device that measures orientation. This module outputs 0V to 5V on one of its two signal pins when its angle is changed (e.g. is moved). The value is approximately 2.5V when there is no angle change in the X or Y axis. When you connect this module to the input on an Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read values between 0 to 1023, while changing the angle of the module.
This version of the module outputs the 4X pins on the chip. It is a sensor and each connector is an output, which must be connected to one of the input connectors on the TinkerKit Shield.
TinkerKit Hall Sensor module creates a voltage related to the magnetic field around the sensor. This can be used to detect distance from a nearby magnet. Hall sensors can also be used to detect the magnetic field induced in a wire or coil.
TinkerKit Linear Potentiometer module is a commonly used variable resistor. This module outputs 5v when the slider is at one end and 0v when moved in the opposite way. When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read values going from 0 to 1023.This module features a 4k7 Ohm linear potentiometer, a signal amplifier, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a yellow LED whose brightness changes according to the position of the potentiometer.
This module is a sensor. The connector is an output, which must be connected to one of the input connectors on the TinkerKit Shield.
TinkerKit Red Led [10mm] module is a low power light source that is available in several different colors. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin. This module features a 10mm red light emitting diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector, a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the red LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.
Note: This module is an actuator, therefore the connector is an input that need to be connected to one of the output connectors on the TinkerKit Shield.
TinkerKit Sensor Shield V.2 allows you to hook up the TinkerKit Sensors and Actuators directly to the Arduino without the use of the breadboard. It has 12 standard TinkerKit 3 pin connectors.
TinkerKit Tilt Sensor module can detect when it is at an angle. This module contains two contacts and a small metal ball. When the sensor is in its upright position, the ball bridges the two contacts, completing the circuit. When the board is tilted, the ball moves, and the circuit opens. When upright, the module outputs 5V and when it is tilted, it outputs 0V. When connected to an input on the Arduino using the TinkerKit Shield, you can expect to read a value of 1023 when in its upright position and 0 when it is titled.
This module is sensor. The connector is an output, which must be connected to one of the input connectors on the TinkerKit Shield.
Toolkit Wires [100 cm] module are 100 cm long wires designed for TinkerKit with a 3 pin jumper on both sides to easily connect your TinkerKit products.
USB 2 Serial Converter converts a USB connection into 5 volt TX and RX that you can connect straight to the Arduino Ethernet or any other boards with an FTDI cable-compatible connector.
Standard USB 2.0 cable. Use it to connect Arduino Uno, Arduino Mega 2560, or any board with the USB female A port of your computer. Cable length is approximately 178cm.