Main controller board to control four ED060SC4 e-ink displays.License: CC-BY 4.0
Connector board from a ED060SC4 e-ink screen to the E-Ink Calendar Main Board.License: CC-BY 4.0
D2PAK regulator boardLicense: CC-BY 4.0
AVR ISP programming interface for TQFP adapters. Requires an ISP programmer and TQFP adapter. Board is actually single sided - you can easily etch it yourself if you want. Follow the project URL for more information.License: CC-BY 4.0
A Raspberry Pi Geiger-Mueller Interface
This board does not includes any sort of voltage regulator. Make sure to supply correct Vcc (1.9 to 3.6 V) for this board. Connecting directly to 5V MCU (like Arduino without 3.3 V voltage regulators) will burn this sensor. This is a minimal circuit from "Typical Application Circuit" section from the datasheet.
R1-R2: Resistor, 10 k, ±5%, 1/16 W, 0603
C1: Capacitor, 0.1 μF, 16 V, X7R, 0603
U1: Si705x/702x/7006 sensor, DFN6.
Tested to work with Si7051 high accuracy temperature sensor, reading data with Arduino.License: CC-BY-SA 3.0
Adjustable Boost Converter with Pass-Through MCP1640 Breakout BoardLicense: CC-BY 4.0
NRF2RFM69 Converter module to enable RFM69 ussage on NRF24 nodes in MySensorsLicense: CC-BY 4.0
3.3V Atmega328p Board with Lora capability.
Can be powered by USB,3.3V 5V or 7-20V.
3.3V-5V interface on PD3 for communication with a Single-Wire AVR protocol (Pellet stove)
Improvment vs V5 :
Xtal addition for usb programming.
HTSA204A chip for secure data transmission (cf mysensors)
This shield is used to quickly do some tests/boards with WeMos ESP8266 boards it has just few minimal features.
Make your shelf play MP3s!License: http://unlicense.org
TD1208 Prototyping boardLicense: CC-BY 4.0
Laird LoRa/Bluetooth Low Energy Module breakout for RM186 or RM191 modulesLicense: You can do whatever you want
When using ESPEAsy on the NodeMCU, the I²C pins (D1 and D2) are shared by all devices attached to the I²C bus. Unfortunately, the NodeMCU has only one pin to attach to, so this breakout board provides six sets of V-GND-SCL-SDA pins for six I²C devices to be attached to the D1 (SCL) and D2 (SDA) GPIO pins.
This board also provides six sets of 1-wire pins (G-DATA-V) to attach six 1-wire sensors directly to the board. GPIO-15 (D5) is used as data pin on the NodeMCU.
This board attaches to the left pin row of the NodeMCU (the D0-D1-....-3V pins) and provides one copy of each pin directly next to the NodeMCU.
This is the FeatherWing Tripler - a prototyping add-on and more for all Feather boards. This is similar to our FeatherWing Proto except there are three! The magic of the Tripler comes when you want to connect your Feather to two other Feather Wings without needing any stacking headers!
The Tripler, like the Proto, has three breakouts for each pin on a Feather, as well as a bunch of plain grid proto holes. Also, the three sets of pins are cross connected and for GND and 3.3V, we give you a full strip of connected pads.
You'll need to solder on the female headers to the PCB.
Assembled Dimensions: 71.25 x 51 x 12 mm / 2.8" x 2" x 0.46"
PCB designed by Adafruit and manufactured by PCBs.io. PCBs.io is responsible for any support relating to this product.License: CC-BY 4.0
Board for Digispark Pro to break out 5 analog GPIO lines, 2 DotStar strip connections, and an interface for a Zheng BLDC motor.License: CC-BY 4.0
LED Matrix Display 20×120mm 8×48px
with flanges (small LED modules).
LED Matrix Display 20×120mm 8×48px (small LED modules).
WiFi Camera SliderLicense: CC-BY-SA-4.0
Control board for WiFi Camera SliderLicense: CC-BY-SA-4.0
based on the hand soldered board for iSpindel designed by universalSamLicense: CC-BY 4.0
A mini shield for an Arduino Mini Pro to simplify the connection to the RFM69W or RFM69HW. It includes a 1206 capacitor to stabilize the supply voltage, (tested with 10uF), The RFM69 will be on the “bottom” of the Mini Pro.License: CC-BY 4.0
Small LoraWAN node working with LMIC and various battery size
I'm using it with TTN
Adafruit's Perma Proto Bonnet for the Raspberry Pi Zero