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Here you can find all cables, adapters and electronic devices that use the easyC connection system for connection and communication.

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Load-cell amplifier HX711 with easyC
Load-cell amplifier HX711 with easyC

The HX711 is a highly versatile load cell amplifier that is widely used in various applications requiring precise weight measurements. It is designed to convert analog signals into digital values, making it ideal for integration with microcontrollers, Dasduino boards, and other digital systems.

 

 

This load cell amplifier employs a 24-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) to ensure high-resolution and accurate readings. It supports differential input signals and offers two differential input channels, allowing the connection of up to two load cells simultaneously. This feature enables the measurement of both single- and multi-load cell systems, expanding its application range.

 

 

The HX711 incorporates an integrated voltage regulator, which provides a stable supply voltage for the load cells and ensures accurate and reliable measurements. It operates with a low supply voltage, typically ranging from 2.6V to 5.5V, making it compatible with a wide range of power sources. This breakout board features connectors for easy connection with other boards and microcontrollers within the easyC system. It also comes with switches for selecting the I2C address.

easyC cable 50cm
easyC cable 50cm

easyC system is for easy connection of microcontroller plates, sensors and actuators, which enables rapid prototyping without the possibility of error. The connection between the modules takes place with simple and pre-prepared cables, and easyC modules have connectors that fit the cables. easyC is based on I2C communication.

This product is easyC compatible cable, with easyC connectors on both sides lenght 50cm.

Digital light & proximity sensor LTR-507 breakout
Digital light & proximity sensor LTR-507 breakout

For very precise measurements of the amount of light, take this digital light sensor into account (ALS – Ambient Light Sensor). In addition, the LTR-507ALS also measures the proximity (PS – Proximity Sensor) of the object to the sensor. It sends all this data via I2C communication, which is easy to read via our Arduino library.

Soldered Inkplate 10
Soldered Inkplate 10

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!

easyC cable 10cm
easyC cable 10cm

easyC system is for easy connection of microcontroller plates, sensors and actuators, which enables rapid prototyping without the possibility of error. The connection between the modules takes place with simple and pre-prepared cables, and easyC modules have connectors that fit the cables. easyC is based on I2C communication.

This product is easyC compatible cable, with easyC connectors on both sides lenght 10cm.

Color and gesture sensor APDS-9960 breakout
Color and gesture sensor APDS-9960 breakout

The APDS-9960 is a small sensor that measures four things at once. It recognizes the movements you make in front of it (up, down, left, right) and it can identify the proximity of the object, so you have two more movements: to the sensor and from the sensor. In addition, it has an ambient light sensor and a color sensor which gives red, green, and blue (RGB) colors as output. This sensor with many features was even built into the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone.

All gestures are detected at a distance of 10 to 20 cm and it has built-in UV and IR filters to make sure it won’t be confused by other sources of light. Connected using well-known I2C communication.

Enviromental & air quality sensor BME680 breakout
Enviromental & air quality sensor BME680 breakout

The BME680 is an atmospheric sensor that measures four values: temperature, pressure, humidity and air quality as an IAQ index. Using that data can calculate elevation. It is really simple to use considering that it’s using I2C communication protocol and its dimensions are really small so it can fit anywhere. Everything you need to know about the atmospheric conditions and the quality of the air – you can find out using this sensor (ideal for weather station projects!) This board comes with two easyC connectors, providing easy connection to other products.

Temperature and humidity sensor SHTC3 breakout
Temperature and humidity sensor SHTC3 breakout

Want to keep track of both the humidity and temperature in your room? Or maybe in the greenhouse to protect your crops? The SHTC3 breakout board is the solution you’re looking for! The digital sensor measures the changes in humidity and temperature very precisely. Since it’s very accurate and the temperature range is wide, it is a go-to sensor if you want precise climate information.

 

The breakout board uses the I2C communication protocol. Thus, it has two easyC ports so no soldering, nor distinguishing between SDA and SCL is required. The hardware-defined I2C address is 0x70. The design is 3.3V ready with an onboard regulator for 5V. The board’s standard current consumption is low, only 430 µA.

 

Product usage tips:

If you encounter errors when using the breakout board, see if it’s connected properly. First, look at the pinout on the board and your microcontroller. If everything seems OK, look at the connections on the breakout board. If all the wiring is correct, make sure that the breakout board’s I2C address is right. It should be 0x70. Everything as it should be so far? Go through your code again. There might be some bugs that are stopping things from working as expected.

 

The SHTC3 breakout board works wonderfully in combination with Dasduino Core and 16×2 easyC LCD. You can display temperature in one row and humidity in the other. Due to the easyC connections on all three, hooking all the devices together is as easy as it gets. The SHTC3 breakout board has two mounting holes so it can be attached to the project and won’t budge. The pins provided can be soldered if you don’t want to use the easyC ports.

 

To keep the longevity of the sensor, keep track of the current going through the circuit. Allowing an excessive amount of current to flow through it may cause the sensor to fail. It is not impact-resistant. When dropped from a high distance or at an odd angle, it can break beyond repair.

ADC 12-bit ADS1015 4-channel with PGA breakout
ADC 12-bit ADS1015 4-channel with PGA breakout

ADC (Analog Digital Converter) is a device that reads analog signals (just like the analogRead () function in Arduino IDE) and converts them into digital signals that can be read by a microcontroller. This breakout is based on the ADS1015 ADC, which reads values in 12-bit resolution, receives a maximum of 3.3V on its inputs and has a total of 4 channels (which can also be used as two differential). Works great with any microcontroller at 5V. It has 2 easyC connectors for easier connection on I2C communication.

Voltage & current sensor INA219 breakout
Voltage & current sensor INA219 breakout

The INA219 is a digital device that allows the measurement of current, voltage, and therefore power. Simply, connect wire serial through this device and it will give all the information provided via I2C communication. It is very simple and reliable to use. It has a jumper for making changes to the I2C address so you can connect more than one INA219 to single microcontroller.

The maximum current of the measurement is determined by the shunt resistor found on the plate which is 0.1ohm (± 3.2A). Yes, it can measure the power in both directions! If you want to measure other currents or smaller currents more precisely, check out the datasheet to change that resistor. The maximum voltage that can be measured is 26V.

Air quality sensor CCS811 breakout
Air quality sensor CCS811 breakout

The CCS811 sensor is designed to measure various volatile particles in the air (TVOC – Total Volatile Organic Compounds), which include eCO2 (CO2 equivalent) and MOX (metal oxides). VOCs are generally defined as air pollutants, and can come from a variety of sources, starting with ordinary breathing, smoking, coloring, welding, and generally all processes that release particles into the surrounding air.

 

This sensor is often used to measure indoor air quality, which can work very well and indicate current air pollution, for example, in an office. It communicates via I2C, making it easy to connect, especially through easyC. Sensor itself should be powered for at least 20 minutes to start making accurate readings.

Enviromental sensor BME280 breakout
Enviromental sensor BME280 breakout

BME280 is an atmospheric sensor which measures 3 values: temperature, pressure, and humidity. Additionally, it is possible to calculate elevation. It is simple to use since it communicates via I2C and it is extra small sized so it can be put anywhere. Everything you need to know about the atmospheric condition – this sensor can measure for you; just ideal for meteorological station projects! This board comes with two easyC connectors, providing easy connections.

easyC cable 20cm
easyC cable 20cm

easyC system is for easy connection of microcontroller plates, sensors and actuators, which enables rapid prototyping without the possibility of error. The connection between the modules takes place with simple and pre-prepared cables, and easyC modules have connectors that fit the cables. easyC is based on I2C communication.

This product is easyC compatible cable, with easyC connectors on both sides lenght 20cm.

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.

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!

 

Dasduino LITE (ATTiny1604)
Dasduino LITE (ATTiny1604)

Dasduino Lite is the right choice when you are limited with space, but still looking for capable controller. Based on Attiny1604, with USB-C port, Li-ion charger and CH340 USB-UART converter, it has all must-haves on a small form-factor.

Only 38mm wide and 26mm high, Dasduino Lite contains 12 GPIO pins. Of these, 9 can be programmed as analog. It comes with a USB Type-C connection and is 100% compatible with the original Arduino IDE software using  custom Board Definition. In addition to its small dimensions, which are the main characteristic of this Dasduino, there is also a charger for a lithium battery, a full RGB LED and an easyC connector that will allow easy connection of the Dasduino Lite board with other devices. This Dasduino is extremely handy when you need to make a project that needs to take up as little space as possible.

 

 

Dasduino LITE (ATTiny1604) options:

 

The Dasduino LITE comes in 3 versions depending on the method of establishing a connection to the pins:

– without headers
– with male headers
– with female headers

WiFi:bit
WiFi:bit

Micro:bit is a very interesting board with lots of options that are used by many children in school or hobbyists, but who can say no to new features! So we decided to make a micro:bit add-on that will enable internet connection via WiFi! Finally, you’ll be able to connect your micro:bit projects to the Internet and to connect to the well known Internet of Things. WiFi:bit add-on is easy to use through a MakeBlock add-on or using completed Python examples.

Just insert micro:bit to the add-on, plug in the power cable (required) and you are ready! Open the examples and start sending and receiving data from the internet. There are even two easyC connectors on the WiFi add-on, which allow the simplest connection of I2C sensors and actuators with micro:bit. There are also available pins on the board which are isolated on standard spacing used for breadboard connections or connections with cables to additional components!

Proto:bit
Proto:bit

Proto:bit allows you to access all micro:bit pins. Connect it to breadboard or use cables to connect additional components to it. Also comes with 2 easyC connectors that allow you to easily connect additional I2C sensors, breakouts and actuators.

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.

Dasduino CORE (ATmega328)
Dasduino CORE (ATmega328)

Are you looking to start tinkering with electronics and Arduinos? Or perhaps you’re looking for a board to help you with electronic projects? Dasduino Core is the right choice for you. If you’re familiar with any of the retired Croduino products, you’ll feel right at home with this board. If not, no worries! Dasduino Core is made for makers of all skill levels! Not only will it execute the tasks in a breeze, but it will take up little space while doing so.

With just 63 mm wide and 22 mm high, Dasduino Core packs 22 I/O pins. It has 14 digital and 8 analog pins, which is plenty for almost all projects. It comes with a USB Type-C connection and is 100% compatible with the original Arduino boards and Arduino IDE. It comes with the Atmel Atmega328P microcontroller we all know and love. It works on 5V or battery voltage. There is also a 3.3V voltage regulator on the board for easy powering of 3.3V breakouts or easyC boards. Furthermore, it features Lithium-ion battery charger and connector, and a full color WS2812 RGB LED. An easyC connector will make connecting the Dasduino Core with other devices effortless.

 

 

Dasduino CORE (ATmega328) options:

 

The Dasduino CORE comes in 3 versions depending on the method of establishing a connection to the pins:

– without headers
– with male headers
– with female headers

Dasduino CONNECT (ESP8266)
Dasduino CONNECT (ESP8266)

The biggest advantage of Dasduino Connect hides within its name. If you ever wanted to connect your development board directly to the Internet, look no further! This Dasduino comes with the ability to connect to Wi-Fi. It even comes with the TCP/IP protocol suite that supports DNS. Connecting the physical world with the Internet has never been easier! Dasduino Connect is based on the well-known ESP8266 microchip which can be a bit complicated to use on its own. Adding the fact that it works from the Arduino IDE, working this board is as simple as it gets.

 

Dasduino Connect is 71 mm wide and 26 mm high so you can fit it in most projects. It fits perfectly on a breadboard for faster prototyping. It has a total of 30 pins, most of which are digital and one of which is analog. You can simply connect it to your computer with a USB Type-C and program it in Arduino IDE. Connecting the Dasduino Connect with other boards is done with an easyC cable. The design is 3.3V ready with an onboard regulator for 5V. With the JST battery connector, you can make your projects truly wireless. It includes full RGB WS2812B LED as well. Comes without any headers although it comes with USB-C cable.

Dasduino CONNECT (ESP8266) options:

 

The Dasduino CONNECT comes in 3 versions depending on the method of establishing a connection to the pins:

– without headers
– with male headers
– with female headers

Dasduino CONNECTPLUS (ESP32)
Dasduino CONNECTPLUS (ESP32)

If you’re looking for a microcontroller simple-to-use, yet powerful enough for a wide variety of applications, look no further. From low-power sensor networks to demanding tasks such as streaming music, MP3 encoding, and voice recording, this microcontroller can do it all. Dasduino CONNECTPLUS comes with integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2, which enable low-energy secure connections with data packet length extensions. It uses the powerful ESP32 controller with 4 MB integrated flash and 8 MB integrated PSRAM.

 

Dasduino CONNECTPLUS is 69 mm wide and 26 mm high. It fits on a standard breadboard for faster prototyping and works for most projects. It offers plenty of external connections with its 30 pins.You can simply connect the board to your computer with the standard USB Type-C cable and program it with Arduino IDE. The easyC port lets you connect the CONNECTPLUS easily with other I2C devices. The JST battery connector and onboard charger lets you make your projects truly wireless. There is more: full RGB WS2812 LED, reset and user button, onboard protections and more. It comes with USB-C cable.

 

 

Dasduino CONNECTPLUS (ESP32) options:

 

The Dasduino CONNECTPLUS comes in 3 versions depending on the method of establishing a connection to the pins:

– without headers
– with male headers
– with female headers

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

LCD display 16x2 I2C white/blue
LCD display 16x2 I2C white/blue

LCD display with HD44780 controller enables showing text, symbols, value or anything else that comes from Croduino/Arduino. It is capable of showing 16 symbols in two lines and therefore can be used in many projects that need to send clearly visible and legible output information. An I2C LCD adapter is soldered to this LCD screen, which enables characters to be displayed on the LCD screen via the I2C bus. It also has an easyC connector for a really simple connection.

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