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Machifit ER11 Chuck CNC 500W Spindle Motor with 52mm Clamp and Power Supply Speed Governor (500w spindle motor kit)
It only can be used with AC220V±10% 50/60Hz, not110V.

Here are the links of  the CE Certification and the Environmental Certification:

CE Certification: 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/x937yu696g449o2/CE%20Certification%20.pdf?dl=0

Environmental Certification: 
https://www.dropbox.com/s/38ncgzktlsxlhvw/Environmental%20Certification%20.pdf?dl=0

Specifications:
Brand: Machifit
Dimensions140mm×110mm×48mm (L*W*H)
InputAC220V±10% 50/60Hz
Spindle Motor500w
Spindle Speed3000-12000r/min
Motor Diameter52mm
Motor Length208mm
Operating Voltage100V DC
Current6A
SpeedUp to idle up to 15,000 rev / min
Torque5000G/CM
Insulation Resistance> 2 megohms
Dielectric Strength400V
High precision spindle runout 0.01-0.03

Chuck size:
Style: ER11
Material: High Grade 45 Carbon Steel
Total height: 18mm
Outer diameter(Max.): 11.5mm
Gripping Range: 3mm
Small diameter: 7.8mm
Fits metric shank size(s): 3mm metric shank

Nut Size: 
Inner Diameter: 8.7mm
Height: 13mm
Hex Diameter: 17mm
Outer Diameter:19mm

The Usage of "Don't pipe":
Its function is to inhibit the switched source. If they are open, the source does not give tension. 
If the short circuits, for example with a relay, the source generates the voltage to which it is regulated with the potentiometer.
There will be no problem in controlling the motor using these pins.
 
Package Includes:
1 x 500W Spindle Motor
1 x Power Supply
1 x 52MM Mount Bracket
1 X ER11 Collect
4 x Screws



500W Spindle motor with chuck, power supply and speed controller for CNC.
R2,299.90  Inc VAT
10-bit ADC (SPI) MCP3008 - 8 Channel (10-bit ADC 8 Channel)

The Raspberry Pi is a great computer but there's just one thing that most hardware hackers will find missing: a few inputs for connecting analog sensors. This is where the MCP3008 chip comes in handy, with eight 10-bit channels accessible over SPI. Thanks to the Raspberry Pi's SPI interfaces and its two 'Chip Select' pins available off of the main GPIO connector, the problem is solved.

Features

  • 10-bit resolution
  • ± 1 LSB max DNL
  • ± 1 LSB max INL
  • 8 input channels
  • Analog inputs programmable as single-ended or pseudo-differential pairs
  • On-chip sample and hold
  • SPI serial interface (modes 0,0 and 1,1)
  • Single supply operation: 2.7V - 5.5V
  • 200 ksps max. sampling rate at VDD=5V
  • 75 ksps max. sampling rate at VDD=2.7V
  • Low power CMOS technology
  • 5 nA typical standby current, 2 µA max.
  • 500 µA max. active current at 5V
  • Industrial temp range: -40°C to +85°C

Applications

  • Sensor Interface
  • Process Control
  • Data Acquisition
  • Battery Operated Systems

How-To

The following sample assumes that you're running the latest official Raspbian distribution, that you're logged in as root and that you haven't yet customized Raspbian to use SPI from a Python script. By default, the kernel module managing SPI communications is not loaded on Raspbian, so let's ensure that the 'spidev' device is available.

[email protected]:/# lsmod
Module                  Size  Used by  
snd_bcm2835            12808  0  
snd_pcm                74834  1 snd_bcm2835  
snd_seq                52536  0  
snd_timer              19698  2 snd_seq,snd_pcm  
snd_seq_device          6300  1 snd_seq  
snd                    52489  5 snd_seq_device,snd_timer,snd_seq,snd_pcm,snd_bcm2835  
snd_page_alloc          4951  1 snd_pcm  

If 'spidev' device is not listed, we need to remove it from the kernel module 'blacklist' so that it's automatically loaded on the next boot:

[email protected]:/# nano /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-blacklist.conf  

Put a hash character in front of the 'blacklist spi-bcm2708' statement and save the file:

#blacklist spi-bcm2708  

then, manually load the SPI device:

[email protected]:/# modprobe spidev  

The command should just complete without returning an error. Validate the list of modules:

[email protected]:/# lsmod  
Module                  Size  Used by  
spi_bcm2708             4401  0  
spidev                  5136  0  
snd_bcm2835            12808  0  
snd_pcm                74834  1 snd_bcm2835  
snd_seq                52536  0  
snd_timer              19698  2 snd_seq,snd_pcm  
snd_seq_device          6300  1 snd_seq  
snd                    52489  5 snd_seq_device,snd_timer,snd_seq,snd_pcm,snd_bcm2835  
snd_page_alloc          4951  1 snd_pcm  

The 'spidev' device should now be available.

Next, install the 'git' package. It will be needed to install other packages from Github.

apt-get install git-core  

Install the 'python-dev' package. It will be needed to compile the 'py-spidev' package.

apt-get install python-dev  

Download and compile the 'py-spidev' package.

[email protected]:/# cd /home  
[email protected]:/home# git clone git://github.com/doceme/py-spidev  
[email protected]:/home# cd py-spidev/  
[email protected]:/home# python setup.py install  

At this point, SPI is available from Python 2.7. Assuming that you have wired the MCP3008 to the Raspberry Pi's SPI bus using CE0 as the 'chip select' pin, you can read all eight analog inputs using the following Python script.

[email protected]:/home# nano adc.py  

Paste the script below in the editor and save it.

import spidev  
import time    
spi = spidev.SpiDev()  
spi.open(0,0)    

# read SPI data from MCP3008 chip, 8 possible adc's (0 thru 7)  
def readadc(adcnum):
          if ((adcnum > 7) or (adcnum < 0)):
                  return -1
          r = spi.xfer2([1,(8+adcnum)<<4,0])
          adcout = ((r[1]&3) << 8) + r[2]
          return adcout

while True:
          for adcInput in range(0,8):
                  print "ADC(", adcInput,")=", readadc(adcInput)
          time.sleep(1)  

To execute the script

[email protected]:/home# python adc.py  

Sample output using a 10K Ohm trimpot connected to the ADC's pin 3 and all other pins pulled down to ground using a 10k resistor.

ADC( 0 )= 0  
ADC( 1 )= 0  
ADC( 2 )= 0  
ADC( 3 )= 507  
ADC( 4 )= 0  
ADC( 5 )= 0  
ADC( 6 )= 0  
ADC( 7 )= 0  

Credits go to Jeremy for his work on the 'py-spidev' Python module which makes working with the MCP3008 straight forward. Alternatively, checkout wiringPi's SPI functions if you prefer using a 'C' API.

Related Tutorials & Samples

R39.90  Inc VAT
IIC/I2C/TWI/SPI Serial Port Module 5V 1602LCD For Display (serial adapter board)
Description:

This is another great IIC/I2C/TWI/SPI Serial Interface. As the pin resources of Arduino controller is limited, your project may be not able to use normal LCD shield after connected with a certain quantity of sensors or SD card. However, with this I2C interface module, you will be able to realize data display via only 2 wires. If you already has I2C devices in your project, this LCD module actually cost no more resources at all. It is fantastic for Arduino based project.
I2C Address: 0X20~0X27 (the original address is 0X20,you can change it yourself)
The backlight and contrast is adjusted by potentiometer
Come with 2 IIC interface, which can be connected by Dupont Line or IIC dedicated cable
I2C Address: 0x27 (I2C Address: 0X20~0X27 (the original address is 0X27,you can change it yourself)

Specifications:

Compatible for 1602 LCD
Supply voltage: 5V
Size: 5.5x2.3x1.4cm

Package includes:
1 x serial interface module
R29.90  Inc VAT
WS 3.5inch RPi LCD (C), 480x320, 125MHz High-Speed SPI (WS 3.5 LCD display)

Features

  • 480x320 hardware resolution
  • Resistive touch control
  • Supports any revision of Raspberry Pi (directly-pluggable)
  • 125MHz High-Speed SPI signal transmission, clear & stable display effect
  • Drivers provided (works with your own Raspbian/Ubuntu/Kali/Retropie)
  • Supports FBCP software driver as well, allows to config software resolution and set up dual-display
  • Size perfectly fits the Pi (Raspberry Pi B+/2B/3B/3B+)
  • High quality immersion gold surface plating
  • Combined with the Raspberry Pi (refresh rate up to 50Hz), allows you to:
    • Watch videos (multi formats like MP4)
    • Play video games (RetroPie, take a bite)
    • Take photos by touching (up to 17 camera modes)
    • Use software keyboard (system interaction without keyboard/mouse)

Key Parameters

LCD TypeTFT
LCD InterfaceSPI
Touch Screen TypeResistive
Touch Screen ControllerXPT2046
Colors65536
BacklightLED
Resolution480x320 (Pixel)
Aspect Ratio8:5
Power ConsumptionTBD
Backlight CurrentTBD
Operating Temp. (℃)TBD

Interface

PIN NO.SYMBOLDESCRIPTION
1, 173.3VPower positive (3.3V power input)
2, 45VPower positive (5V power input)
3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16NCNC
6, 9, 14, 20, 25GNDGround
11TP_IRQTouch Panel interrupt, low level while the Touch Panel detects touching
18LCD_RSInstruction/Data Register selection
19LCD_SI / TP_SISPI data input of LCD/Touch Panel
21TP_SOSPI data output of Touch Panel
22RSTReset
23LCD_SCK / TP_SCKSPI clock of LCD/Touch Panel
24LCD_CSLCD chip selection, low active
26TP_CSTouch Panel chip selection, low active

External Dimensions

Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/3.5inch_RPi_LCD_(C)

R329.90  Inc VAT
PN532 NFC HAT for Raspberry Pi, I2C / SPI / UART 13.56MHz (WS NFC hat 13.56)

Overview

This is a Raspberry Pi NFC HAT based on PN532 operating in the 13.56MHz frequency range. It supports three communication interfaces: I2C, SPI, and UART.

NFC (Near Field Communication) is a wireless technology allows contactless point-to-point data communication between devices within a short distance of 10 cm. It is widely used in applications such as access control system, smart tickets, meal card, etc.

Based on the popular NFC controller PN532 with multi interface options, this HAT will easily enable NFC function for your Raspberry Pi.

Features

  • Standard Raspberry Pi 40PIN GPIO extension header, supports Raspberry Pi series boards
  • Onboard PN532 chip, supports various NFC/RFID cards like MIFARE/NTAG2xx, etc.
  • Three interface options: I2C, SPI, and UART, configured via jumpers and switches
  • Breakout control pins, for easily connecting with host boards like STM32/Arduino
  • Comes with development resources and manual (examples for Raspberry Python/C, STM32, Arduino)

Specifications

  • NFC controller: PN532
  • Operating voltage: 3.3V/5V
  • Operating frequency: 13.56MHz
  • Communication interfaces: I2C, SPI, UART (default)
  • Default baudrate: 115200 bps
  • Operating modes:
    • reader/writing mode supporting ISO/IEC 14443A / MIFARE scheme
    • reader/writing mode supporting FeliCa scheme
    • reader/writing mode supporting ISO/IEC 14443B scheme
    • card operation mode supporting ISO 14443A / MIFARE scheme
    • card operation mode supporting FeliCa scheme
    • ISO/IEC18092, ECM340 point-to-point

Applications

  • Contactless payment system
  • Bluetooth and WiFi devices chaining
  • Social sharing function like sharing contacts, photos, and videos
  • Smart phone NFC app

What's on Board

  1. Raspberry Pi GPIO connector: for connecting with Raspberry Pi
  2. PN532 control pins: for connecting with other host boards like STM32
  3. NFC induction coil
  4. PN532 chip: NFC controller
  5. Power indicator
  6. DIP switches: for configuring the connection between PN532 and Raspberry Pi (only one of the I2C/SPI/UART can be connected at the same time)
  7. Mode selection:
    • I0-L, I1-L: enable UART
    • I0-H, I1-L: enable I2C
    • I0-L, I1-H: enable SPI
  8. INT0 jumper: response signal, connects to Raspberry Pi D16
  9. RSTPDN jumper: reset signal, connects to Raspberry Pi D20

Dimensions

Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/PN532_NFC_HAT


R229.90  Inc VAT
2.13inch E-Paper E-Ink Display Module for Raspberry Pi Pico, 250×122, Black / White, SPI (ws pico e-paper 250x122)
Partial refresh support, low power, wide viewing angle, paper-like effect



Features at a glance
  • No backlight, keeps displaying last content for a long time even when power down
  • Ultra low power consumption, basically power is only required for refreshing
  • SPI interface, requires minimal IO pins
  • Comes with development resources and manual (Raspberry Pi Pico C/C++ and MicroPython examples)
Specifications
operating voltage3.3V/5Vgrey scale2
interface3-wire SPI, 4-wire SPIpartial refresh time0.3s
outline dimensions65.00 × 30.50mmfull refresh time2s
display size48.55 × 23.70mmrefresh power26.4mW(typ.)
dot pitch0.194 × 0.194mmstandby current<0.01uA (almost none)
resolution250×122 pixelsviewing angle>170°
display colorblack, white  

Advantages of EINK

E-paper display utilizes microcapsule electrophoretic technology for displaying, the principle is: charged particles suspended in clear fluid will move to sides of microcapsule when electric field is applied, making the microcapsule become visible by reflecting ambient light, just as traditional printed paper.
E-paper display will clearly display images/texts under lamplight or natural light, requires no backlight, and features nearly up to 180° viewing angle. It is usually used as e-reader due to its paper-like effect.

Raspberry Pi Pico header compatibility

Onboard female pin header for direct attaching to Raspberry Pi Pico




Raspberry Pi Pico is NOT included.

Application examples

Suitable for price Tags, asset/equipment Tags, shelf labels, conference name tags...


Pinout definition



Outline dimensions



Resources & Services

R259.90  Inc VAT
3018 3 Axis Mini DIY CNC Router Standard Spindle Motor Wood Engraving Machine (mini milling machine)
Specification:
General Specification
 Model Mini CNC3018 (Without Laser Module)
 Frame Material Aluminum Alloy
 Color Silver
 Table Area Approx. 340x160mm
 Working Area Approx. 340x160x40mm
 Product Weight 7.5kg
 Control Software for Spindle GrblControl
 Control Software for Laser Litefire
 System Requirements Windows XP SP3, Win7, Win8, Win10.
 Adapter Plug 2-Pin US Plug
 Adapter Input Voltage AC 110-240V 50/60Hz
 Adapter Output Voltage DC 24V 4A
 Features 1. Aluminum Profile Stable Construction
 2. 3 Axis Movable, Powerful Spindle Motor
 3. Contains Quickstart Guide of GRBL Software
 4. 340x160x40mm Working Area, Meet Most Amateur DIY Needs
 5. Engrave Wood, Plastic, Acrylic, PCB, or Similar Material
     Can Not Engrave Metal, Steel, Aluminum.
 Technical Parameters
 Working Voltage DC 24V
 Interface USB
 Stepper Motor 42 Stepper Motor, Voltage: 12V, Phase Current 1.3A, Torque 0.25N.m
 Spindle Motor 775 Spindle Motor (12-36V) 24V: 7000r/min, 36V: 9000r/min
 Spindle Motor Shaft Diameter  5mm

Features:
- Assembly requires a certain mechanical skill. All assembly components are included.
- Engraving Materials: The machine can carve wood, plastic, acrylic, PCB, or the like materials.
- Can Not Engrave: Hard metal (such as brass, steel, iron, etc), jade and other very hard texture items.
 
Note:
1. Instructions & Software: Assembly instructions, control software and further information please use this link https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ybh0xihxeco9szp/AAAt8XkxL1V_5AkwQN2K-w17a?dl=0
2. This item contains the spindle motor, but no laser module. If you want to use laser for engraving, you can buy it additionally. Thanks for your understanding, and please note that the input interface (Should be XH2.54-3P or XH2.54-2P) and input voltage (Should be DC 12V) of the laser module should be compatible with the control board on 3018. Besides, the original motor holder is round, please make sure the shape of your laser module is suitable for installation.
Now we recommend the laser module (2500mW Blue Laser Module) produced by the
 original manufacturer.
 
Package Includes:

1 x Wood Engraving Machine Full Set (Unassembled Delivery)
R4,999.90  Inc VAT
Yellow blue double colour 128X64 OLED LCD LED Display Module For Arduino 0.96" I2C IIC SPI Serial (OLED display)
Description

Interface type: IIC interface
Pin definition: GND, VCC, SCL, SDA
1:GND(OLED power supply)
2:VCC (OLED 3.3~5V)
3:SCL(OLED IIC Clock line)
4:SDA(OLED IIC Cable)

We used these instructions to get it working on Pi: https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/ssd1306-oled-display-with-raspberry-pi

Package Includes:

1 x OLED display
R64.90  Inc VAT
1.14inch LCD Display Module for Raspberry Pi Pico, 65K Colors, 240x135, SPI (ws pico display 240x135 SPI)


Features at a glance
  • 240×135 resolution, IPS screen, 65K RGB colors, clear and colorful displaying effect
  • SPI interface, requires minimal IO pins
  • 1x joystick and 2x user buttons for easy interacting
  • Comes with development resources and manual (Raspberry Pi Pico C/C++ and MicroPython examples)
Specifications
Operating voltage2.6 ~ 5.5VResolution240×135 pixels
Communication Interface4-wire SPIDisplay size24.91 × 14.86mm
Display PanelIPSPixel size0.1101 × 0.1035mm
DriverST7789Dimensions52.00 × 25.00mm

Raspberry Pi Pico header compatibility
  • Onboard female pin header for direct attaching to Raspberry Pi Pico
  • 1x joystick and 2x user buttons for easy interacting


Raspberry Pi Pico is NOT included.

Pinout definition



Outline dimensions



Resources & Services

R129.90  Inc VAT
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