In this category there are various electronic components that we offer. Resistors, capacitors, transistors, connectors, etc.
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Screw terminal for PCBs with a width of 3.5mm pin with two contacts.
A PCB screw terminal with a lead width of 3.5mm, three contacts.
• Number of contacts: 3
• Distance between contacts: 3.5mm
Screw terminal for PCB with the legs width of 5mm with 2 contacts.
Screw terminal for PCB with a leg width of 5mm. It has three contacts.
A 7-segment display is a classic, often used and already familiar component. The size of the digit on the display is 0.56inch and the light it transmits is red. The display has a common cathode.
A 7-segment display is a classic, frequently used and already familiar component. Size of the digit on the display is 0.56inch and the light it transmits is red. The display has a common anode.
The CH340G is USB to UART bridge that gains most of its popularity due to its extremely low price. Made in China and found on most Chinese versions of Arduino. The advantage of the C version is that it does not need an external oscillator.
• Package: SSOP20
This small LED is not just an ordinary LEDs – it’s specific 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 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 Croduino.
• Color: RGB (red/green/blue)
• Voltage: 5V
• Power: max. 60mA
• Diode type: WS2812 SMD LED (5050 LED diode with built IC)
• Dimensions: diameter of 8 mm
3mm diffused LEDs are great for trying out and experimenting with LEDs.
5mm RGB LEDs in a classic through-hole version with 4 pins. Each one representing one color (+), while the longest pin being a common cathode (common negative) for all three colors.
5mm RGB LED diode in through-hole version with 4 pins. Each of those represents one color (-), while longest pin is common anode(common +) for all three colors.
• Voltage: 3.4V for blue and green, 2.3V for red
• Current: 20mA per color, total max. 60mA
• Diode size: 5mm, diffused
• Light angle: 25 degrees
10 pieces pack of crystal white LEDs.
Infra-red (IR) diode emits light in the spectrum that the human eye can’t see. However, such a diode has its purpose. It is used in remote controllers that send information on wavelengths within the infrared spectrum, e.g. to change television programme. So all you need to create your own remote is one of these diodes and correct data which will be sent!
• Diameter: 5mm
• Voltage: 1.2V – 1.6V
• Current: typical 100mA
5mm diffused LED diodes are great for experimenting and trying new things, which is why they are included in our Dasduino Beginner Kit (DBK)!
Using this 8-bit shift register called 74HC595, you can increase the number of I/O(input/output) codes on your Dasduino/Arduino. Register itself uses 3 codes from the microcontroller, and in return it gives 8 I/O codes. The fact that you can connect a very large number of these registers and get a very large number of I/O codes by using only 3 codes from the microcontroller should not be neglected.
This transistor is also in our Dasduino Beginner Kit.
Classic NPN SMD transistor.
BC-327 is PNP transistor for generic usage in THT packaging.
• Type: PNP
• Part Number: BC-327
MMBT4403 is the PNP transistor of general use in SMT SOT-23 package. More details in the datasheet.
MOSFET N-channel transistor, with its characteristics, fits great with Dasduino/Arduino. With this transistor, you can control devices that need a great amount of current or great voltages through microcontrollers.
This transistor is also in our Croduino for beginners set.
General use NMOS transistor inside SMD SOT-23 package. For more details, check the datasheet.
MOSFET transistor N-channel has ideal characteristics that allow it to connect to Croduino/Arduino. With this transistor, you’re able to control devices that need big amounts of current or voltage – all of that via a microcontroller.
Well known and popular 8-bit Atmel microcontroller which is used on the majority of modern Arduino boards as well as on Dasduino. This one is the SMD version, just as the one on Dasduino, which is used for soldering on PCBs and for usage in projects.