Actuators

In this category you can find various actuators suitable for all kinds of DIY projects. Some of them are servo and stepper motors, buzzers, relays, etc.

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Digipot 100k MCP4018 breakout
Digipot 100k MCP4018 breakout

A digital potentiometer is a device identical to a potentiometer, except that instead of a physical rotating part that adjusts the resistance, it uses digital communication. Namely, the resistance of the digital potentiometer is adjusted via I2C communication.

Our module is based on the MCP4018 IC which has a total of 128 steps between 0 and 100k resistance values. This would mean that it is capable of doing resistance steps of approximately 781 ohms. It is controlled via I2C which makes it extremely easy to use.

 

Digipot 50k MCP4018 breakout
Digipot 50k MCP4018 breakout

A digital potentiometer is a device identical to a potentiometer, except that instead of a physical rotating part that adjusts the resistance, it uses digital communication. Namely, the resistance of the digital potentiometer is adjusted via I2C communication.

Our module is based on the MCP4018 IC which has a total of 128 steps between 0 and 50k resistance values. This would mean that it is capable of doing resistance steps of approximately 390ohms. It is controlled via I2C which makes it extremely easy to use.

Digipot 10k MCP4018 breakout
Digipot 10k MCP4018 breakout

A digital potentiometer is a device identical to a potentiometer, except that instead of a physical rotating part that adjusts the resistance, it uses digital communication. Namely, the resistance of the digital potentiometer is adjusted via I2C communication.

Our module is based on the MCP4018 IC which has a total of 128 steps between 0 and 10k resistance values. This would mean that it is capable of doing resistance steps of approximately 78ohms. It is controlled via I2C which makes it extremely easy to use.

3.5mm Jack breakout
3.5mm Jack breakout

If you are working with audio and need easy access to all the pins of the 3.5mm connector, this breakout makes it possible. It accepts a male 3.5mm connector, in a 4-pin version, and allows access to all connector pins on the header.

 

Dimensions: 22 mm x 22 mm
Board connector: 3.5mm female, accepts 3.5mm male
Connections: ground, speaker right, speaker left, microphone
Mounting holes: 2

Out of stock Smart LED WS2812B Ring12
Smart LED WS2812B Ring12

WS2812B is an extremely interesting LED that can emit light in red, green or blue – or any combination of these three colors, able to show a total of approximately 16 million different colors. On this board diodes are arranged in a circle. They are controlled by a single pin with only few lines of code from Arduino IDE. That’s possible thanks to the integrated controller inside the LED itself!

Smart LED WS2812B Stick10
Smart LED WS2812B Stick10

WS2812B is an extremely interesting LED that can emit light in red, green or blue – or any combination of these three colors, able to show a total of approximately 16 million different colors. On this board, diodes are arranged in a line of 10. You can even connect these sticks in a line. They are controlled by a single pin with only a few lines of code from Arduino IDE. That’s possible thanks to the integrated controller inside the LED itself!

 

• Number of LEDs: 10
• Voltage: 5V
LED type: WS2812B
• Current: max 60mA per LED
• Dimensions: 80 x 10 mm

Smart LED WS2812B Ring7
Smart LED WS2812B Ring7

WS2812B is an extremely interesting LED that can emit light in red, green or blue – or any combination of these three colors, able to show a total of approximately 16 million different colors. On this board, diodes are arranged in a circle. They are controlled by a single pin with only a few lines of code from Arduino IDE. That’s possible thanks to the integrated controller inside the LED itself!

Smart LED WS2812B Pixel
Smart LED WS2812B Pixel

These small LEDs are not just ordinary lights – each is unique because it has a built-in small integrated circuit (IC) that is able to turn on the LED light in 16 million different colors. IC is WS2812 and it uses a single wire that can control thousands of these LEDs. With a little imagination by putting these pixels, you get superior effects with a minimum effort. These lamps are easy to control with Dasduino.

Out of stock Display OLED I2C 0.96" SSD1306
Display OLED I2C 0.96" SSD1306

Looking to add visuals to your Arduino projects? The I2C OLED breakout board is perfect for that. Because of its high contrast, you will be in awe of its crispness! The display is made from hundreds of LEDs, each representing one pixel in a 128×64 grid. Thus, it doesn’t need any backlight, and it needs less power than the classic LCD screens. That’s 8192 pixels all individually lit at your fingertips!

The design is 5V ready with an onboard regulator, so is compatible with any 3.3V board. The breakout board uses only about 20 mA, depending on active pixels. It is easy to control over the I2C interface. It is even easier to connect with the easyC system – no soldering required!

 

 

Display OLED I2C 0.96″ SSD1306 options:

 

The color of the OLED screen on the product can be:

– White
– Blue

DAC 6-bit 1-channel MCP47A1 breakout
DAC 6-bit 1-channel MCP47A1 breakout

This device uses MCP4725 which is a single channel, 6-bit digital to analog converter with I2C compatible serial interface. There’s no integrated EEPROM memory which would allow DAC register and configuration bit values to be saved at powered off.

Out of stock Digipot 5k MCP4018 breakout
Digipot 5k MCP4018 breakout

A digital potentiometer is a device identical to a potentiometer, except that instead of a physical rotating part that adjusts the resistance, it uses digital communication. Namely, the resistance of the digital potentiometer is adjusted via I2C communication.

Our module is based on the MCP4018 IC which has a total of 128 steps between 0 and 5k resistance values. This would mean that it is capable of doing resistance steps of approximately 39ohms. It is controlled via I2C which makes it extremely easy to use.

Out of stock 2-channel relay board with easyC
2-channel relay board with easyC

Did you ever wanted to turn on and off a device that needs large current or voltage? Whether operating on DC or AC, a relay is what you need. A relay is actually an electronic switch that is activated by a signal we send from a Dasduino or Arduino. This module further simplifies the whole process because it contains everything you need for the relay to work, and you just have to connect it to the microcontroller and power supply. You don’t have to think about voltages and currents, insulation between high and low voltage or grounding, everything is already taken care of on the board.

 

This board has easyC connector. Thanks to easyC ecosystem, this board can be connected using off-the-shelf cables, without soldering. Controlling the is as simple as it gets, too.

Out of stock 1-channel relay board
1-channel relay board

Did you ever want to turn on and off a device that needs large current or voltage? Whether operating on DC or AC, a relay is what you need. A relay is an electronic switch that is activated by a signal we send from a Dasduino or Arduino. This module further simplifies the whole process, because it contains everything you need for the relay to work, and you just have to connect it to the microcontroller and power supply. You don’t even have to think about voltages and currents, insulation between high and low voltage or grounding, everything is already taken care of on the board.

2-channel relay board
2-channel relay board

Did you ever wanted to turn on and off a device that needs large current or voltage? Whether operating on DC or AC, a relay is what you need. A relay is actually an electronic switch that is activated by a signal we send from a Dasduino or Arduino. This module further simplifies the whole process because it contains everything you need for the relay to work, and you just have to connect it to the microcontroller and power supply. You don’t have to think about voltages and currents, insulation between high and low voltage or grounding, everything is already taken care of on the board. This product has 2 relays.

 

4-channel relay board
4-channel relay board

Did you ever want to turn on and off a device that needs large current or voltage? Whether operating on DC or AC, a relay is what you need. A relay is actually an electronic switch that is activated by a signal we send from a Dasduino or Arduino. This module further simplifies the whole process because it contains everything you need for the relay to work, and you just have to connect it to the microcontroller and power supply. You don’t have to think about voltages and currents, insulation between high and low voltage or grounding, everything is already taken care of on the board. This product has 4 relays.

1-channel relay board with easyC
1-channel relay board with easyC

Did you ever wanted to turn on and off a device that needs large current or voltage? Whether operating on DC or AC, a relay is what you need. A relay is actually an electronic switch that is activated by a signal we send from a Dasduino or Arduino. This module further simplifies the whole process because it contains everything you need for the relay to work, and you just have to connect it to the microcontroller and power supply. You don’t have to think about voltages and currents, insulation between high and low voltage or grounding, everything is already taken care of on the board.

 

This board has easyC connector. Thanks to easyC ecosystem, this board can be connected using off-the-shelf cables, without soldering. Controlling the is as simple as it gets, too.

Out of stock USB-C female connector breakout
USB-C female connector breakout

The USB Type-C is ubiquitous. We always wanted to add it to our electronics projects, and we’re sure you did too. Adding a USB Type-C connector to your projects is easier than ever thanks to this USB Type-C breakout board. It will allow you to send data to your device, as well as add power to the circuit.

 

The USB Type-C connector’s GND, CC2, SBU2, D-, D+, SBU1, CC1, and VUSB pins are broken out to the plated through-holes.

 

Product usage tips:

 

Male headers that are included need to be soldered to the board. The breakout board has two mounting holes and can be placed on any surface.

MicroUSB female connector breakout
MicroUSB female connector breakout

The MicroUSB is still everywhere around us, even though it’s slowly being replaced with USB Type-C. We’re sure you wanted to add it to your electronics projects. We did, too, that’s why we added the MicroUSB female connector breakout board to our roster!

 

The Micro B USB connector’s GND, ID, D+, D-, and VCC pins are broken out to the plated through-holes.

 

Product usage tips:

The pins included need to be soldered to the board. It won’t move an inch when mounted with the two mounting holes.

Out of stock I2C LCD adapter
I2C LCD adapter

This adapter makes connection of LCD to Dasduino (or any other Arduino-compatible board) a breeze! It uses I2C communication which needs only two pins. It can be used and work with all of ours LCDs (16×2, 20×4, 16×4). Use our library and get started in few minutes of work!

It’s even easier with easyC – no soldering is needed!

 

Stepper motor driver DRV8825 board
Stepper motor driver DRV8825 board

The stepper motor driver enables very precise control of the stepper motor. The DRV8825, located on this board, enables microstepping of a bipolar motor with an adjustable current limit, overcurrent and overtemperature protection. Controls steps up to 1/32 step. It has a potentiometer for setting the desired current.

 

• Voltage: 8.2V – 45V
• Current: 1.5A per phase without heatsink, 2.2A per phase with heatsink
• Dimensions: 38 x 22mm

DC motor
DC motor

We all know these little DC motors, especially if you’ve ever disassembled any toy. They are everywhere, and now at the Soldered.com.

 

Electromagnetic podlock 180kg
Electromagnetic podlock 180kg

The electromagnetic padlock allows the door to be locked via a microcontroller or other external system. This particular can hold up to 180kg with its electromagnet, which is an extremely high force and is intended for use in places where high security is required.  When power is supplied, it activates.

It consists of two parts, an electromagnet and a piece of metal. A piece of metal is installed on the door, while an electromagnet is installed on the door jamb. Comes with all necessary mounting screws. It is waterproof and can be used in outdoor conditions.

 

Activation voltage: 12V
Constant activation current: do 500mA
Force if can hold: 180kg
Dimensions: 172 x 40 x 21mm
• Waterproof

Servo motor TowerPro MG995, 180 degrees
Servo motor TowerPro MG995, 180 degrees

MG995 servo is a powerful servo motor that is capable of spinning and controlling things that a small hobby servo motor could never accomplish doing. It comes with a bunch of accessories so you could connect it easily with the outer world, and it’s being controlled like every other servo motor, via PWM.

 

RPM: 0.20s/60 degrees (4.8V), 0.16s/60 degrees (6V)
Voltage: 4.8V – 6.6V
Torque: 9.4kg/cm (4.8V) – 11kg/cm (6V)
Angle: 180 degrees
Dimensions: 40mm x 20mm x 43mm
Weight: 55g

Step-down module MP1584 3A
Step-down module MP1584 3A

This module lowers the input voltage to a specific output voltage which you adjust via a trimmer on the board. It is very practical because by changing the input voltage, the output always remains the same. It converts voltages with high efficiency, significantly higher than standard voltage regulators.

 

• Input Voltage: 4.5V – 28V
• Output Voltage: 0.8V – 20V
• Max. current on the output: 3A
• Efficiency: do 96%
• Dimensions: 22 x 17 x 4 mm
• Current Peak: 4A
• Frequency: 100kHz do 1.5MHz

 

There is no protection diode in case of wrong polarity, be careful when connecting!

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