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A solid-state relay SSR 40DA is the same thing as the relay (control power-hungry devices, by using small amounts of voltage and current), the only difference is that the solid-state version doesn’t have any mobile parts which make it suitable for devices that need to fold quickly.
78m05, often used 5V linear regulator in DPAK SMD package.
An alcohol sensor is capable of detecting alcohol (ethanol) particles on itself and gives the information in digital form back to us to manipulate it.
In a buzzer speaker, current is run through a coil of wire that produces a magnetic field. The flexible ferromagnetic disc is attracted to the coil when current is flowing through it and returns to a “rest” position when current is not flowing through the coil. The sound from the buzzer speaker is produced by moving a ferromagnetic disc in a similar way to a cone in a speaker.
Gas sensor registers the presence of various gases, such as oil and gasoline vapors, butane, propane, methane, ethanol(alcohol), hydrogen, smoke. It registers gases the best while they are in the liquid form, but since we cannot find them in that state that often, it measures a good concentration of substances in a gaseous state. It takes a short time to heat up in order to work correctly.
This set enables controlling different devices through IR connection. Apart from the remote controller that comes inside this package, you can use any other remote controller and program it as you wish. Connecting the IR receiver with Dasduino is simple using just one wire, and the complete system works on standard frequency for IR control 38kHz.
NRF24L01+ module enables wireless two-way communication between two Dasduinos. Its range is up to 100m outdoors. With some adjustments of the antenna, the range can be larger.
The membrane keyboard is a system of 16 keys that are mutually connected and enable us more complex entry to Dasduino/Arduino. Using this keyboard, you can create whole systems of menus, data input, and adjustment of different parameters.
Set of male-female cables for connecting to various modules and components. You simply connect the module to the breadboard. It contains 40 cables of different colors, wire length is 15cm.
• Quantity: 40 cables
• Cable length: 15cm
• different colors for easier recognition
A male connector that is usually found on our power supplies. For use with our controllers and amplifiers.
A classic CR2032 3V battery, used in some watches or remote controllers.
CR1220 3V battery that we use in Croduino Damba.
USB, 0.5m long, mini-B type cable (just like the connection on the Croduino Basic2) – actually it is the same as the one that comes with Basic2 board. It is not a micro-USB so it does not fit to smartphones.
Standard USB A type connector for the Printed Circuit Board(PCB). It can be used as the USB connection, connection for the charger or something else.
Pushbutton is a small button that fits with the breadboard. It has two states: connected(ON – when the button is being pressed) and disconnected(OFF – when the button is not being pressed). It can be used, for example, as a switch. This pushbutton comes in Croduino for beginners set.
A photoresistor is a type of resistor that changes its resistance depending on a light that falls on it. They are super simple for making something that is needed to keep track of the amount of the light(for example, it turns the light on when it is dark).
Potentiometer with mutable resistance from 10k that corresponds with the breadboard. They can be used for various kinds of control, for example adjusting the intensity of LED lights. One of these is also in our Dasduino Beginner Kit.
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.
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.