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This module can simultaneously drive two DC motors or a 4-wire 2-phase stepper motor
R29.90  Inc VAT
Eight super-bright RGB LED indicators that are ideal for adding visual notifications to your Raspberry Pi without breaking the bank!
R119.90  Inc VAT
8 channels bidirectional voltage translation between different logic level, translate between Ax and Bx automatically.
R39.90  Inc VAT
Designed with learning in mind
R89.90  Inc VAT
R109.90  Inc VAT
DS3231 Mini RTC Module (Real Time Clock) (rtc)
Description:

Raspberry Pi not included

This is a Mini Real-Time Clock module, it's design for the Raspberry Pi, but it can also be used with an Arduino.
Simply plug this tiny module into the GPIO header on the Raspberry Pi and away you go! 

Specifications:
  • DS3231 RTC IC
  • Self-adjust 3.3V and 5V
  • Size: 14x14x12 mm

Features:

  • Smaller
  • Work in 3.3V and 5V
  • Supported Raspberry Pi and Arduino
Contents:
  • 1x RTC Module
  • 1x Battery
Resources:
R59.90  Inc VAT
GPIO Reference Board (Model B ,A ,2B and 3B) (gpio ref 40pin board)

RASPBERRY PI NOT INCLUDED(Neither the key-ring and keys for those who wondered)

Description:

This cute little GPIO reference board from allows you to quickly and easily distinguish between the different pins of the Raspberry Pi Model B , Raspberry Pi 2B, Pi 3B and Pi 3B . It's even got a key chain hole, so you can carry it around and keep it handy - you'll never know when you need to hack a Pi!

The GPIO reference board features BCM numbering on one side and the pin names on the other. It can be soldered for permanent referencing, or slipped on and off when required.

Dimensions:
 
Width = 67mm
Height = 19mm
Thickness = 0.8mm

On the RPi3 and later you'll have to snip off a little bit of the corner closest to pin 39 thanks to the new POE pins on the board

What's in the box:

1 x GPIO reference board
R32.90  Inc VAT
8-Channel 3.3V to 5V Voltage Converter Module for Raspberry Pi - Blue (8ch blue convert logic)
Raspberry Pi and jumper cables are not included.
Description:


A DC-to-DC converter is an electronic circuit or electromechanical device that converts a source of direct current (DC) from one voltage level to another. It is a type of electric power converter. 

Ideal for reading high 5V sensors on your SBC or Microcontrollers, or sending signals to 5V input devices

Specifications:

- Mutual conversion between 3V and 5V, It's convenient for PI connected to external 5V sensors or modules
- Supports total of 8 channels
- Range of voltage converted: 1.8V~6VDC

How to Use:

In the case of translating between 3.3V and 5V system:
VCCA connects to 3.3V power supply
VCCB connects to 5V power supply
GND connects to power negative pole respectively, the two power supply should be common-grounded with each other
When Ax has 3.3V input, Bx will get 5V output
When Bx has 5V input, Ax will get 3.3V output
NO direction control required

What's in the box?:

 1 x Voltage Converter Module
R47.90  Inc VAT
L9110S H Bridge Stepper Motor Dual DC Driver Controller Module (L9110S small H Bridge)

Description:

There are two L9110S motor controller chips onboard
This module can simultaneously drive two DC motors or a 4-wire 2-phase stepper motor

Feature:

Work under low static current
Power supply voltage: DC 2.5V - 12V
Each channel has 800mA continuous current output
Low saturation pressure drop
TTL / CMOS output level compatible, can be connected directly to the CPU
Output built-in clamping diode, apply to the perceptual load
Control and drive integrate in IC
Pin high pressure protection function
Working temperature: 0°C - 80°C
Size: 29 x 21mm(L x W)

Circuit diagram:

 


Package includes:

  1x L9110S stepper motor driver

Robot control with Python

This module can simultaneously drive two DC motors or a 4-wire 2-phase stepper motor
R29.90  Inc VAT
L298N Dual H-Bridge Stepper Motor Driver Board (H Bridge big red dual stepper)
Description:

The L298N is a dual H-Bridge motor driver which allows speed and direction control of two DC motors at the same time. The module can drive DC motors that have voltages between 5 and 35V, with a peak current up to 2A.

Specifications:

Double H bridge drive
Chip: L298N (ST NEW)
Logical voltage: 5V
Drive voltage: 5V-12V
Logical current: 0mA-36mA
Drive current: 2A (MAX single bridge)
Storage temperature: -20 to 135
Max power: 25W
Weight: 30g
Size: 43 x 43 x 27mm

Note:

This module has a built-in 5v power supply, when the driving voltage is 7v-12v, this supply is suitable as a power supply.
DO NOT connect input voltage to 5v on controller interface.
When ENA is enabled IN1 IN2 control OUT1 OUT2
When ENB is enabled IN3 IN4 control OUT3 OUT4

Note:  Package does not include the board mounting screws.

Package includes:

1 x  L298N Module

Resources:

Robotic control with python



R39.90  Inc VAT
GPIO Breadboard Breakout Kit (GPIO breakout kit)
Description:

This bundled breakout kit made for easy connection from your Raspberry Pi GPIO to the breadboard.
The bundle is discounted to save you some hard earned cash rather than paying full price for loose components.

What's in the box?

1 x BreadBoard 400 tie points
1 x 40-Pin Gray Ribbon Cable (29cm)
1 x GPIO T Board for easy breadboard connection
R106.90  Inc VAT
SparkFun Logic Level Converter Bi-Directional (Sparkfun logic level converter )
Description:

If you’ve ever tried to connect a 3.3V device to a 5V system, you know what a challenge it can be. The SparkFun bi-directional logic level converter is a small device that safely steps down 5V signals to 3.3V AND steps up 3.3V to 5V at the same time.

This level converter also works with 2.8V and 1.8V devices. What really separates this Logic level converter from our previous versions is that you can successfully set your high and low voltages and step up and down between them safely on the same channel. Each level converter has the capability of converting 4 pins on the high side to 4 pins on the low side with two inputs and two outputs provided for each side.

The level converter is very easy to use. The board needs to be powered from the two voltages sources (high voltage and low voltage) that your system is using. High voltage (5V for example) to the ‘HV’ pin, low voltage (3.3V for example) to ‘LV’, and ground from the system to the ‘GND’ pin.

Dimensions: 0.63 x 0.52" (16.05 x 13.33mm)

Documents:

R59.90  Inc VAT
Adafruit ADS1015 12-Bit ADC (ADS1015 12-Bit ADC)
Description:

The Raspberry Pi does not feature an Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC), so if you want to measure analogue singals, you'll need this 12-Bit ADC!

The Adafruit 4-Channel I2C 12-Bit ADC is a high-precision ADC and features the ADS1015 chip, which provides 12-bit precision at 3300 samples/second over I2C. The chip can be configured as 4 single-ended input channels, or two differential channels. As a nice bonus, it even includes a programmable gain amplifier,with up to x16, to help boost smaller single/differential signals to the full range. We like this ADC because it can run from 2V to 5V power/logic, can measure a large range of signals and its super easy to use. It is a great general purpose 12 bit converter. 

The chip's fairly small so it comes on a breakout board with ferrites to keep the AVDD and AGND quiet and interfacing is done via I2C. The address can be changed to one of four options (see the datasheet table 5 in downloads below) so you can have up to 4 ADS1015's connected on a single 2-wire I2C bus for 16 single ended inputs. 
 
To get you started, we have example code for the Raspberry Pi - Simply connect GND to ground, VDD to your logic power supply, and SCL/SDA to your microcontroller's I2C port and run the example code to start reading data.
 
The Adafruit 4-Channel I2C 12-Bit ADC Features:
  • Wide Supply Range: 2.0V to 5.5V
  • Low Current Consumption: Continuous Mode: Only 150µA Single-Shot Mode: Auto Shut-Down
  • Programmable Data Rate: 128SPS to 3.3kSPS
  • Internal Low-Drift Voltage Reference
  • Internal Oscillator
  • Internal PGA
  • I2C Interface: Pin-Selectable Addresses
  • Can run from 2V to 5V power/logic
  • Measures a large range of signals and is super easy to use.
  • 12-bit precision at 3300 samples/second over I2C.
  • Configurable as 4 single-ended input channels, or two differential channels.
  • Includes a programmable gain amplifier, up to x16, to help boost up smaller single/differential signals to the full range.
  • Breakout Board equipped with ferrites to keep the AVDD and AGND quiet

Tutorials

Four Channel ADC Breakout

Example Code for the Raspberry Pi

R249.90  Inc VAT
Blinkt! (Blinkt)
Description:

Eight super-bright RGB LED indicators that are ideal for adding visual notifications to your Raspberry Pi without breaking the bank!

Inspired by Alex Ellis' work with his Raspberry Pi Zero Docker Cluster, we developed these boards for him to use as status indicators. Blinkt! offers eight APA102 pixels in the smallest (and cheapest) form factor to plug straight onto your Raspberry Pi.

Each pixel on Blinkt! is individually controllable and dimmable allowing you to create gradients, pulsing effects, or just flash them on and off like crazy. The data and clock lines are connected to GPIO #23 and #24 respectively but for simplicity you can just use our Python library to drive them.

Features

  • Eight APA102 RGB LEDs
  • Individually controllable pixels
  • Sits directly on top of your Pi in a tiny footprint
  • Fits inside most Pi cases
  • Doesn't interfere with PWM audio
  • Blinkt! pinout
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B , A , Zero, and Zero W
  • Python library
  • Comes fully assembled

Software

Our Blinkt! Python library will have you blasting out rainbows in two shakes of a unicorn's tail! There's a stack of examples too, from binary clocks to cheerlights and flickering candles to Larson scanners!

Notes

  • Be careful to plug in your Blinkt! the correct way round, it has curves on the top that match the corners of your Raspberry Pi.
  • The dimensions of Blinkt! are 65mm long x 8mm wide x 8.5mm thick (thickness includes header and pixels).

We featured Blinkt! on a special episode of Bilge Tank where we tried to come up with as many different code examples as possible in one morning. Check it out below.



Tutorials & Projects

Eight super-bright RGB LED indicators that are ideal for adding visual notifications to your Raspberry Pi without breaking the bank!
R119.90  Inc VAT
T Style 40-Pin GPiO Breakout Board for Raspberry Pi (T Board blue)
Description:

Pic is for illustration purposes only.

Colours might differ between blue and red as per manufacturer stock availability.

This T shaped breakout board makes it easier to use the GPIO pins as it is bigger in size and labeled.

The board also tightly fits on to a breadboard making electronic experiments much easier.

Specifications:
  • 40 Pins means it's ready for use on the Pi3B,Pi2B and B
What's in the box?:
  • 1 x T Style 40-Pin GPiO Breakout Board
Resources:
R55.74  Inc VAT
R74.90
WS Logic Level Converter green 8 channel (WS logic level convert green)
Features
  • 8 channels bidirectional voltage translation between different logic level, translate between Ax and Bx automatically
  • 4 pairs of power supply interfaces, supports more situations
  • Use tantalum capacitors for power filter, provides more stability
  • Voltage level: 1.8V-6V
  • Dimension: 31.6mm x 25.4mm
How to Use

In the case of translating between 3.3V and 5V system:

  • VCCA/VA connects to 3.3V power supply
  • VCCB/VB connects to 5V power supply
  • GND connects to power negative pole respectively, the two power supply should be common-grounded with each other
  • When Ax has TTL 3.3V input, Bx will get TTL 5V output
  • When Bx has TTL 5V input, Ax will get TTL 3.3V output
  • NO direction control required
Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/Logic_Level_Converter

8 channels bidirectional voltage translation between different logic level, translate between Ax and Bx automatically.
R39.90  Inc VAT
Geekcreit® FT232RL FTDI USB To TTL Serial Converter Adapter Module (FT232RL FTDI USB To TTL Serial)
Description:

The FT232RL is one of the more commonly used ICs used to convert USB signals to UART signals. This process is very handy in that it allows you communicate with and upload code to an Arduino or other microcontroller without the need for an external programmer.

Features:

Chip: FT232RL
Draw out all signal port of FT232RL chip
RXD / TXD transceiver communication indicator
USB power supply, can choose 5V or 3.3V, set by jumper
With over current protection, using 500mA self-restore fuse
Pin definition: DTR, RXD, TX, VCC, CTS, GND
Pitch: 2.54mm
Size: 36 x 18mm (L x W)

Interface: Mini USB

The USB to TTL serial adapter is based on the high quality and very popular FTDI FT232RL chipset and is an excellent way to connect TTL serial devices to a PC through a USB port.

This USB to TTL serial adapter is ideal for many uses, including:

Programming microprocessors such as ARM, AVR, etc
Working with computing hardware such as routers and switches
Serial communication with many devices such as GPS devices
Serial terminals on devices like the Raspberry Pi
Unlike most USB to TTL serial adapters, this adapter supports both 5V AND 3.3V operation! Simply set the jumper as required to choose between 5V and 3.3V as labelled on the board.

The adapter comes with a right-angle connector fitted allowing you to use it straight away. If you need to access any of the other inputs or outputs of the FT232RL, all the useful signals are provided as through-hole solder pads - ideal for use with straight headers into a breadboard, for example.

Package includes:

1 x FT232RL USB to serial converter module

R79.90  Inc VAT
LED Traffic Light Building Block Board 5V (traffic light 5V Arduino)
Description:

Great beginning point to get started with LEDs, and speaking to the outside world with electronics

Features:
 
Size: 56mm x 21mm x 11mm
Fixing hole: 3mm
Pitch: 15mm
Color: red yellow green
LED: 5mm x 3
Brightness: Normal brightness
Voltage: 5V
Input: Digital level
Interface: common cathode, red, yellow and green separate control
Platform: Arduino, microcontroller
 
Package includes:
 
1 x LED Traffic Light Module

Resources:

Read the Docs
R26.90  Inc VAT
Pi Stop - Traffic Light Add-on for Raspberry Pi (GPIO 3.3V stand traffic light)
Description:

The Pi-Stop is a low cost hardware module designed to allow Raspberry Pi users to take their first steps into interfacing with the real world.

Designed with the learning in mind, everyone will recognise and identify its familiar elements encouraging their use along-side their own projects.

Move past the Stop light

The Pi-Stop is designed to remove many of the common hurdles people are faced with when getting started using hardware with the Raspberry Pi. Often it is difficult to know what components to use and how to connect them, the Pi-Stop makes it simple by plugging directly onto pre-set positions on the Raspberry GPIO connector.

By plugging the Pi-Stop directly on to the Raspberry Pi GPIO header, no extra cables or wires are needed. Unlike many other add-on boards, they do not block unused GPIO pins, keeping them open for other uses. The Pi-Stop can be fitted in 4 standard locations, allowing up to four Pi-Stops to be controlled independently or combined with other hardware.

Prepare to go!

The Pi-Stop provides a simple stepping stone, between pure screen based programming and using physical hardware to interact with the real world. Components like the Pi-Stop will provide a flexible and non-restrictive way to build understanding through experimenting.

Since it is only a step away from a bag of components, it also allows the programming of hardware to be introduced, and the electronics involved can be introduced separately, if desired. Allowing the pupils to discover they can control real things, and then again to discover they can also build their own circuits and control them in exactly the same way.

Often, people are faced with a magic board which they plug in and tell it to do stuff, however it isn't always clear to them why or how it does it. By providing something which they can remove and replace with something (apparently) completely different (- wires, breadboards and LEDs) they will be able to understand the link.

By keeping the hardware very simple, it allows better understanding of what is happening, and allows space to come up with your own projects and apply the concepts with your own ideas in mind.

GO Full throttle

The documentation and guides are openly available for the Pi-Stop for educational use. There will be guides, tutorials and workshop material available all of which can be taken as is[available as PDF format] or adapted to your own needs [available in markdown format].

It is encouraged that similar materials can be submitted back for others also to share and make use of.

The materials will demonstrate the concepts, methods and provide the building blocks to explore ideas and take learning further by with creative projects, activities and games.

Pi-Stop Documentation

The following material is available (in both PDF and markdown format):

Designed with learning in mind
R89.90  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


Specifications:

Compatible for 1602 LCD Supply voltage: 5V

Package includes:

1 x serial interface module
R34.90  Inc VAT
At-09 4.0 Bluetooth Module For Ble With Backplane Serial Cc2540 Cc2541 Wireless Hm-11 (bluetooth board)
Description:

This small size Bluetooth 4.0 TTL transceiver module allows your target device to communicate with your iPhone/iPAD, IOS 6 or Android 4.3 devices. 
It's easy to use and completely encapsulated. 
You can set it as slave or master. 
You can use AT command to set the baudrate.


Specifications:

Ultra-low standby power consumption 90uA~400uA 
Coverage up to 60 meters 
Built in PCB antenna 
Power input: 3.6V-6V DC(Can not higher than 6V) 
Size: 43mm x 15mm 
Color: Blue 
Net Weight: 4g
 

Package Includes:

1 x  IOS HM-10 BLE Bluetooth 4.0 CC2540 CC2541 Serial Wireless Module

Resources:

Setup

R94.90  Inc VAT
RPi Touch Keypad (RPi touch pad hat)
Features
  • Supports any revision of Raspberry Pi (directly-pluggable)
  • Provides your Pi with 16 touch keys
  • Features TONTEK TonTouch touch pad detector IC TTP229-LSF, supports up to 16 keys with adjustable sensitivity and built-in LDO
  • The system re-calibrates automatically when all keys are not detected touch more than about 4 seconds
Specifications
  • Interface : I2C
  • Keys : 16
  • Sampling rate : 8Hz
  • Human Body Mode : 6KV
  • Operating voltage : 2.4V-5.5V
  • Operating temperature : -40℃ to 85℃
  • Storage temperature : -50℃ to 125℃
  • Dimensions : 8.5CM × 5.6CM
How to Use
  • After power-on have about 0.5sec stable-time. During the time do not touch the key pad, and all functions are disabled
Pinouts
  • VCC : Power supply (2.4V-5.5V)
  • GND : Ground
  • SDA : I2C SDA
  • SCL : I2C SCL
Dimensions



Downloads/Development resources: 

schematic, demo code, datasheets, etc.
Download: www.waveshare.com/wiki/RPi_Touch_Keypad


R109.90  Inc VAT
Adafruit 12-Bit DAC w/I2C Interface (MCP4725) (AdaMCP4725 DAC)
Description

Your microcontroller probably has an ADC (analog -> digital converter) but does it have a DAC (digital -> analog converter)??? Now it can! This breakout board features the easy-to-use MCP4725 12-bit DAC. Control it via I2C and send it the value you want it to output, and the VOUT pin will have it. Great for audio / analog projects, such as when you can't use PWM but need a sine wave or adjustable bias point.

The ADDR pin is broken out so you can connect two of these DACs on one I2C bus, just tie the ADDR pin of one high to keep it from conflicting. Also included is a 6-pin header, for use in a breadboard. Works with both 3.3V or 5V logic.

Some nice extras with this chip: for chips that have 3.4Mbps Fast Mode I2C (Arduino's don't) you can update the Vout at ~200 KHz. There's an EEPROM so if you write the output voltage, you can 'store it' so if the device is power cycled it will restore that voltage. The output voltage is rail-to-rail and proportional to the power pin so if you run it from 3.3V, the output range is 0-3.3V. If you run it from 5V the output range is 0-5V.

Adafruit have an easy-to-use Arduino library and tutorial with a triangle-wave and sine-wave output example that can be used with any 'duino or ported to any microcontroller with I2C host. Wiring it up is easy - connect VDD to your microcontroller power pin (3-5V), GND to ground, SDA to I2C Data (on the Arduino Uno, this is A4 on the Mega it is 20 and on the Leonardo digital 2), SCL to I2C Clock(on the Arduino Uno, this is A5 on the Mega it is 21 and on the Leonardo digital 3) and listen on VOUT.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

R124.90  Inc VAT
PUD Board (Pull-Up/Down Resistor Board) (MMP PUD board)

RASPBERRY PI BOARD NOT INCLUDED

Description:

Whether you're pulling-up or pulling-down, there's no need to frown! With the PUD board from ModMyPi, adding multiple pull-up or pull-down resistors to your Raspberry Pi project is easy!

If you want to detect an "output" with your Raspberry Pi, like a button being pressed or a motion sensor detecting movement, we can configure our Raspberry Pi's GPIO pin as an "input". That input pin can be in three states (known as Tri-State logic); "high", when 3.3V is applied, "low", when the pin is connected to 0V, and "floating" when the state is undefined. Floating voltages are troublesome in electronics as the input can either read high or low depending on various fluctuations in electrical noise. Like a gate flapping open and closed in the wind, someone needs to lock the gate closed, or wedge it open. If you leave it flapping, it's likely to hit someone on their bottom on the way through!

Like our gate, the best way to avoid a floating input is to "tie" your input pin either high or low to create a default state. This is usually achieved through the use of a pull-up or pull-down resistor, either connecting our input pin via a resistor to the Pi's 3.3V to achieve a 3.3V high state, or the GND line to achieve 0V low state.

Our PUD board takes the messy wiring out of adding a pull-up or pull-down resistor to your circuit. Simply wire up the sensor output to the single pin on the PUD board and add a shunt jumper to either pull up (u) or down (d)! Therefore when you apply a signal voltage from your sensor or switch, the Pi is easily able to sense into which logic state the pin has been pulled! No more trouble from floating I/O's!

The PUD boards connects across GPIO pins 11 to 18 (17 to 24 in BCM speak), and adds a jumper configurable pull-up or pull-down resistor to each GPIO pin: 11 (BCM 17), 12 (BCM 18), 13 (BCM 27), 15 (BCM 22), 16 (BCM 23) and 18 (BCM 24). Pin 17 (3.3V) & pin 14 (GND) are used to tie the pins!

The PUD Board Features:

  • Add a pull-up or pull-down resistor to your GPIO with the swap of a jumper!
  • Compatible with all Raspberry Pi Models Inc. A /B /2/3 & Zero/ZeroW
  • Tiny board means it's easy to integrate into any circuit - takes up just 8 GPIO pins
  • Connects across GPIO pins 11 to 18 inclusive (BCM 17 to 24)
  • In-line 1kΩ current limiting resistors on each GPIO
  • 10kΩ pull-up or pull-down resistors on each GPIO
  • All 6 GPIO pins can be configured independently 
  • Includes 6 x 2 Pin Shunt Jumpers & 1 x PUD Board
  • Jumper configurable pull-up or pull-down resistor on pins:
    • 11 (BCM 17)
    • 12 (BCM 18)
    • 13 (BCM 27)
    • 15 (BCM 22)
    • 16 (BCM 23)
    • 18 (BCM 24).
  • Pin 17 (3.3V) & Pin 14 (GND) are used to tie the pins!
  • To pull pin up, connect the jumper across "u" and the center pin
  • To pull pin down, connect the jumper across "d" and the center pin

What's in the box:

1 x PUD Board

Tutorials:

How to use the ModMyPi PUD Board

R99.87  Inc VAT
WAVGAT cnc shield v3 engraving machine / 3D Printer / A4988 driver expansion board for Arduino (cnc shield only)
Description:

The CNC Shield V3.0 allows you to build a engraving machine, 3D printer, mini CNC and other similar devices using your Arduino. It is designed as a shield and can plug on top of an Arduino requiring no external connections and wiring. There are 4 slots on the board for plugging in stepper motor drive module which can drive 1 stepper motor each. Controlling each step stepper motor requires only two IO pins on the Arduino. Just insert this Arduino CNC Shield V3.0 onto an Arduino UNO, and install the GRBL firmware, you can then quickly build a DIY CNC engraving machine. 



Features:

  • The extension board can be used for Small CNC routers, Carving Machine, 3D Printers, DIY Laser Cutters, and almost any project where you need to control a stepper motors with high precision
  • This shield allows you to control upto 4 stepper motors
  • Controller each stepper motor requires 2 IO Pins only, which saves a lot of IO Pins for other purposes
  • Arduino compatible
  • Latest Arduino CNC Shield Version 3.10
  • GRBL 0.9 compatible. (Open source firmware that runs on an Arduino UNO that turns G-code commands into stepper signals)
  • Supports PWM Spindle and direction pins
  • 4-Axis support (X, Y, Z , A-Can duplicate X,Y,Z or do a full 4th axis with custom firmware using pins D12 and D13)
  • Supports Coolant enable
  • Supports removable A4988 compatible stepper drivers. (A4988, DRV8825 and others) (Not Included)
  • Jumpers to set the Micro-Stepping for the stepper drivers. (Some drivers like the DRV8825 can do up to 1/32 micro-stepping )
  • Compact design.
  • Stepper Motors can be connected with 4 pin molex connectors or soldered in place.
  • Runs on 12-36V DC. (At the moment only the DRV8825 drivers can handle up to 36V so please consider the operation voltage when powering the board.)
  • Uses removable A4988 or DRV8825 compatible stepping driver.


What's in the box?

1 x CNC shield

Resources:

After installing the official IDE software please copy the 3 folders in the update folder to the following path:

C:\Users\Administrator\Documents\Arduino

Restart the software
Select the development board model
[Tools] -> [Board] -> WAVGAT UNO R3

Select COM port
[Tools] -> [Serial Port] -> Select the corresponding COM port

You can now use the development board

Download information:  https://drive.google.com/open?id=10gwrG9uTDwaEO-7EudsmBkfgdcyrcABI
R68.90  Inc VAT
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