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Arduino Sensor Shield

UNO got 20 I/O pins, Mega2560 got 60+Two UNOs can do this (they need a single digital line as a sync singal) need a another set (uno+shield)or: Mega2560 and a prototyping board+pin connectors (make a 'shield' of your own)

Arduino Sensor Shield

This shield is compatible with most types of Arduino boards that support the standard header layout including Uno, Leonardo, and Mega. It provides a convenient way to connect various sensor modules, servo's, or I2C LCD displays without the need for soldering.

This shield is compatible with most types of Arduino boards that support the standard header layout including Uno, Leonardo, and Mega. It provides a convenient way to connect various sensor modules, servo's, or I2C LCD displays without the need for soldering. The shield has the following features:6 x Buckled 3 pin analogue connectors providing connections to Analogue pins A0 to A5, GND and 5V1x Buckled 4 pin serial I2C / UART interface (selectable via on board jumpers) providing convenient connection to serial or I2C sensors or displays.12x Servo headers proving access to digital pins 0 to 13 with VCC and GND power connections.6x Aux headers providing access to analogue pins A0 to A5Serial I2C / UART jumper selectionReset buttonStandard Arduino headers for adding additional shields. Please note: I2C interface compatible with Uno only. When connecting multiple servos please check power requirements of each servo.Example showing sensor shield used with Arduino Uno (HCARDU0090) and 1602 I2C LCD display (HCARDU0023)

In this example, I made use of the LCD Parallel Pins on the top left part of the shield. I then programmed the board using the Liquid Crystal library. Lastly, I connected some IR sensors to collect data from the environment to show on the display.

We have found some modules on the market that the ground pins on the LCD parallel interface and the SD card interface are not actually connected to ground due to an apparent PCB layout issue. We inspect for this and correct these if found. If you are using a shield from another source and have issues with those interfaces, you should double-check the ground connections and if missing you will need to jumper these pins to ground.

>> Sensor Shield allows you to connect to various modules like sensors, servos, relays, buttons, potentiometers.>>Each functional module has buckled port with VCC, GND and Output, which has corresponding port on the Sensor Shield, connected with a plain 2.54mm dual-female cable you may start playing already.>>Buckled brick cables are like cement for bricks, make the connections easier, secure and more professional looking.

This example shows how to use SPI communications to read data from a SCP1000 Barometric Pressure sensor, and how to then post that data to the web by using your Arduino / Ethernet Shield combo as a simple web server. Using the Ethernet library, your device will be able to answer HTTP requests by responding with just enough HTML for a browser to display the temperature and barometric pressure values outputted by your sensor. After completing your circuit and uploading the example code below, simply navigate to your Ethernet shield's IP address, in a browser, to see this information.

Your Barometric Pressure sensor will be attached to pins 6,7, and the SPI pins of your Arduino / Ethernet shield combo, and powered via your device's 3.3 volt output. Connect the DRDY (Data Ready) pin on your sensor to digital pin 6 on your combo, and the CSB pin (Chip Select) to digital pin 7. Your sensor's COPI (Controller Out Periheral In), MISO (Controller In Periheral Out), and SCK (SPI clock input) pins should then be connected to the SPI pins on your Arduino board/shield. The SPI pin numbers differ depending on which Arduino board you're using and are listed in the SPI reference page. Make sure that the two share a common ground.

This shield board plugs on top of an Arduino and makes it easy to connect to all the Digital Inputs and Outputs and the Analog Inputs. This is particularly good for classroom use. It also makes it easy to connect to relays, LEDs etc.

The Arduino Sensor Kit Bundle includes the Arduino UNO plus a set of the best-sellers grove sensors. All the modules are pre-wired on the PCB, just connect your Arduino Board to the Shield and start your measurements!

The Arduino Sensor Kit is made for Makers who have just started using Arduino to explore the vast space of electronics and programming. This kit teaches how to connect and program basic Grove modules that includes both sensors and actuators along with the Arduino Uno.

A grove connector is a connector with four wires connected to it. They simply connect to a seeed module, and then to a seeed base shield. This removes the time spent building circuits, and allows you to connect several sensors in just minutes!

To use the seeed modules with an Arduino, we need to have a seeed base shield mounted on top of an Arduino UNO board. After it is mounted, we can easily plug in any module we want, and use the ArduinoSensorKit library to program them, using only a few lines of code!

The kit includes everything except a usb cable to work. Simply mount the base shield on top of an Arduino UNO, connect a module, and follow the instructions provided in the content platform. The platform explains how to do all of this, and includes code samples to get started with all different modules.

With the components in the Arduino Sensor Kit, you can create many fun applications, such as display interfaces, sound detection, alarm system, light detection, temperature sensing and much more. You can also combine many of the sensors to create unique projects of your own.

This is an Arduino Uno compatible sensor shield that allows you to plug sensor modules into the Arduino through the shield just like Lego blocks. The board has different pin groupings for the different types of connections that it supports. The last picture of the gallery explains the connections available. This shield will simplify all of your sensing projects by creating a platform on the Arduino that the sensors can plug into without using a breadboard and discrete components.

I2C interfaceBluetooth module communication interfaceSD card module communication interfaceAPC220 wireless RF modules communication interfaceRB URF V1.1 ultrasonic sensors interface12864 LCD serial and parallel interface32 servo controller interfaces

ROHM's sensor evaluation kit is compatible with open platforms such as Arduino Uno and mbed.The sensor shield enables easy evaluation of the 8 onboard high-performance sensors, making it ideal for verifying sensor operation, initial set development, and as a learning/training tool.This site allows users to download sensor datasheets, manuals, and sample software.

Four channel MAX31855 digital thermocouple Arduino Shield. Two versions of this shield are avaliable for each thermocouple type: either 'Ch 0-3' (CS pins use Uno/Mega IO pins 7-10) or 'Ch 4-7' (CS pins use Uno/Mega IO pins 3-6), with the only difference being which set of zero-ohm resistors are populated on the board. This allows use of other SPI devices that may be 'hard coded' to specific digital pins on the Arduino, or simply stacking one of each type together to get a total of eight thermocouple channels on one Arduino.

This handy Arduino Shield has SVG Signal Voltage and Ground pin headers for 20 digital input/output pins and 6 analog inputs pins. Having access to the power pins greatly simplifies sensor wiring. Five Grove compatible 4 pin connectors are also provided and each Arduino pin is available via a standard header. A power selection switch allows either 3.3V or 5V at the SVG voltages pins. A reset button is also included.

In the experiments, you might often use UNO R3 control board and several sensor modules. If the interfaces of power output is not enough, you may need to add a breadboard and use many connection wires. Is it really troublesomeBut now, with this keyestudio sensor shield, you can easily solve that problem. This shield is fully compatible with UNO R3 control board, so you can easily stack it onto UNO R3 for use.This keyestudio sensor shield has extended the digital and analog ports out as 3PIN interface (G,V, S), which can directly connect 3PIN sensor modules.It also breaks out some communication pins of 2.54mm pitch, like serial, IIC, and SPI communication.The shield comes with a reset button and 2 signal indicators as well.Additionally, you can supply the voltage needed to the sensor modules through blue terminal blocks on the shield. Because some sensor modules is not used with 5V or 3.3V but with special voltage.

Note: When SE is connected with jumper cap, and input DC 7V to VCC /GND terminal block, so the voltage of V, V1 and + pins are 7V. When SE is connected with jumper cap, and VCC /GND terminal block without voltage input, shield is powered via UNO R3, so the voltage of V, V1 and + pins are 5V. When SE is disconnected, input DC 7V to VCC /GND terminal block, so the voltage of V pin is 7V, the voltage of V1 and + pins are 0V. When SE is disconnected, and VCC /GND terminal block without voltage input, shield is powered via UNO R3, so the voltage of V pin is 0V, the voltage of V1 and + pins are 5V.

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