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    TinkerKit Sensor Shield V.2

    $11.93

    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.

    MFR Part #: T020010
     

    Features of TinkerKit Sensor Shield V.2

     

    • 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.
       
      • 6 connectors (labeled 10-15) are analog inputs
      • 00-05 are analog outputs connected to the PWM capable outputs of the Arduino Board
        • It is possible to change these to digital inputs, in which case they will report either high or low, but nothing in between
           
    • On a Standard Arduino DuemilaNove board the pins are:
       
      • Pin 11 on the Arduino is 00 on the shield
      • Pin 10 on the Arduino is 01 on the shield
      • Pin 9 on the Arduino is 02 on the shield
      • Pin 6 on the Arduino is 03 on the shield
      • Pin 5 on the Arduino is 04 on the shield
      • Pin 3 on the Arduino is 05 on the shield
         
    • A green LED signals that the shield is correctly powered
       
    • Standard 6mm pushbutton allows you to Reset the board
       
    • The 4 pin TWI socket allows communication to any device supporting the I2C protocol through the Wire library on Arduino. 5V and Ground are provided on the socket
       
    • Note: on Arduino the I2C bus uses analog inputs 4 and 5, using the TWI connection precludes the use of those analog inputs
       
    • The 4 pin Serial socket allows the board to communicate with other devices that support serial communication. 5V and Ground are provided on the socket for your convenience
       
    • If you're sending or receiving data to and from the computer this serial connector is not available
       
    • Two mounting holes are provided in the same position found on the Arduino board
       
    • A third hole allows you to see the led connected to pin 13 of the Arduino
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    Features of TinkerKit Sensor Shield V.2

     

    • 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.
       
      • 6 connectors (labeled 10-15) are analog inputs
      • 00-05 are analog outputs connected to the PWM capable outputs of the Arduino Board
        • It is possible to change these to digital inputs, in which case they will report either high or low, but nothing in between
           
    • On a Standard Arduino DuemilaNove board the pins are:
       
      • Pin 11 on the Arduino is 00 on the shield
      • Pin 10 on the Arduino is 01 on the shield
      • Pin 9 on the Arduino is 02 on the shield
      • Pin 6 on the Arduino is 03 on the shield
      • Pin 5 on the Arduino is 04 on the shield
      • Pin 3 on the Arduino is 05 on the shield
         
    • A green LED signals that the shield is correctly powered
       
    • Standard 6mm pushbutton allows you to Reset the board
       
    • The 4 pin TWI socket allows communication to any device supporting the I2C protocol through the Wire library on Arduino. 5V and Ground are provided on the socket
       
    • Note: on Arduino the I2C bus uses analog inputs 4 and 5, using the TWI connection precludes the use of those analog inputs
       
    • The 4 pin Serial socket allows the board to communicate with other devices that support serial communication. 5V and Ground are provided on the socket for your convenience
       
    • If you're sending or receiving data to and from the computer this serial connector is not available
       
    • Two mounting holes are provided in the same position found on the Arduino board
       
    • A third hole allows you to see the led connected to pin 13 of the Arduino