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If you’re like us, the first time you saw an e-reader, you thought to yourself, “I could do something with that.”. Thanks to clean lines, high contrast, daylight readability, and the remarkable level of energy efficiency that comes from drawing power only when changing the screen’s contents, the e-paper is uniquely suited to many applications. Following Inkplate 6 success, with Inkplate 10 we continue to make e-paper accessible to hobbyists and DIY product designers by offering a plug-and-play hardware platform that is super-easy to use and compatible with Arduino.
To name a few features, Inkplate 10 has a stunning 9.7″ inch e-paper display with refresh rate of 1.61s, greyscale mode, and partial updates support. Powered by ESP32, you will have a strong microcontroller with WiFi and Bluetooth at your disposal. It’s super-low-power (22uA) so you can use it for days, weeks, or months out of a single battery charge. There’s Li-ion battery charger, Real Time Clock (RTC), additional GPIO pins, and more. Using our Arduino library (100% compatible with Adafruit GFX), it’s 5 minute work to get the board running for you. The Micropython module is available as well. It’s 100% open-source for both software and hardware. What is especially interesting is that Inkplate uses recycled screens taken from old e-book readers, which is very environmentally friendly, but you have to keep in mind that some screens may have small scratches because of this. All screens with large scratches and damages are not used at all.
Inkplate 10 options:
With e-paper display & enclosure: This version offers a sturdy and sleek enclosure for your device, made with precision from a 3D printer. It’s perfect for those who want an extra layer of protection without any added features.
With e-paper display, enclosure, and battery: Upgrade to this version if you’re looking for both protection and mobility. This option includes a 3D-printed enclosure as well as an integrated battery, ensuring your device stays powered even on the go.
Without e-paper display: For those who prefer a simpler or alternative display solution, this version does not include the e-paper display. It’s ideal for users who have their own display solutions or prefer to use the device without a visual interface.
Choose the one that best fits your needs and enhance your experience!
Dasduino Beginner Kit is a complete system for learning how to code and getting familiar with the main principles of electronics. With this set, you’ll be able to code the world and different electronic gadgets around you. Moreover, you’ll learn how to code your Dasduino (Arduino compatible board) in C programming language, connect electronic components and other things of importance in the electronics world. The best thing about this kit is that no experience in coding or electronics is required to get started.
This kit is an amazing choice for not only beginners, but schools, businesses, hobbyists and even colleges because it offers everything that is necessary for a individual to learn about electronics through their own project, while being at an affordable price.
Hobby version of Dasduino Beginner Kit has much more components than the basic version of the kit. It contains additional components and other actuators and sensors.
This kit consists of:
MQ sensors, including the MQ3 sensor, have the ability to detect various gases. The MQ3 sensor is specifically designed to detect alcohol vapors. This means it is sensitive to alcohols such as methanol, ethanol, and isopropanol. The MQ3 sensor is commonly used to measure the concentration of alcohol in the air and is a useful tool for alerting to the presence of alcohol in the surrounding environment.
It is important to note that MQ sensors are not specific to only one gas and can react to other gases besides those they are specifically designed for. Therefore, it is important to use the MQ3 sensor exclusively for alcohol detection and to follow the manufacturer’s instructions to achieve optimal accuracy and reliability of measurements. It requires a short heating time to function correctly.
The breakout board works with both digital (DO) and analog signals (AO). The digital output is obtained by setting a threshold value with a potentiometer. The analog output will differ depending on the intensity of the gas in the sensor’s environment.
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When gas is detected, the LED will start glowing. It will remain off if it doesn’t detect anything. Two mounting holes enable easy mounting to surfaces. The board comes with four male headers that need to be soldered.
Light is one of the most important things in the life of most living beings. Because of this, it is common to work with light sensors when learning about electronics. The simple light sensor features a light-dependent resistor (LDR) and a sensor on a small breakout board for easier connection. As the name suggests, the LDR will change its resistance depending on the amount of light it’s exposed to. The amount of light and resistance are inversely proportional. The more light it’s exposed to, the less resistance it will have. Thus, if there’s more light, the board will have a resistance of a few hundred Ohms. If the resistor is in the dark, it will have a resistance of several thousand Ohms.
The main benefit of this board is ability to give analog and digital output. By setting the potenciometer on the board, you are able to get digital signal at the DO pin when signal crosses certain value, while analog values will be present on the AO pin at all times.
Obstacle sensor, based on TCRT5000, uses infrared diode and photo-receiver to detect obstacle in front of it – emitted light just reflects back to the sensor. Onboard, you’ll find voltage comparator, so just by adjusting the potentiometer, the board gives digital output. There’s LED DO onboard to show the current digital output status. There’s analog output as well, in case you need it. Sensor works particularly well for line-following purposes on small robots.
• Sensor: TCRT5000
• Comparator: LM303
• Dimensions: 22 x 22 mm
If you are looking for an easy way to get started with soldering or simply want to make a small portable gadget, this set is a great opportunity. “LED cube” is an educational set for learning the soldering skill, with which you get a small electronic game at the end. After you turn on and shake this board, certain leds will light up randomly and symbolize the number, as if a real die had been thrown.
It is based on the Attiny404 microcontroller, programmed in Arduino, and there is a battery on the back which makes this gadget portable. There is also a keychain so you can always carry your new game with you! Soldering is easy according to the markings on the board.
The kit consists of:
If you are looking for a simple way to learn soldering, or just want to make a small gadget that you can carry, this set is a great opportunity. Reaction game is an educational kit which teaches you how to solder, and in the end, you get to have your own small game. The goal of the game is to press the button next to the LED as soon as it turns on. With every correct answer, the game gets a bit harder – the time you have to press the button shortens. How many correct answers can you get?
It’s based on Attiny404 microcontroller, programmed in Arduino. At its back, you’ll find CR2032 battery which makes the kit portable. There’s keychain holder as well. Soldering process is easy enough based on the mark on the PCB.
The kit consists of:
• Attiny404 microcontroller
• 4 LEDs
• 4 Pushbuttons
• A switch
• 4 resistors 330ohm
• CR2032 battery holder
• Battery CR2032
• Keychain holder