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IR - Infrared Receiver (TSOP38238) (infrared receiver)

IR (Infrared) sensor tuned to 38KHz, perfect for receiving commands from a TV remote control. Runs at 3V to 5V so it's great for use on the Raspberry Pi!

To use, connect pin 3 (all the way to the right) to 5V power, pin 2 (middle) to ground and listen on pin 1. It doesn't do any decoding of the signal, just passes the 'raw data' along.

TSOP38238 Technical Features:

  • Carrier Frequency: 38kHz
  • Transmission Range: 45m
  • Directivity: 45°
  • Supply Voltage Min: 2.5V
  • Supply Voltage Max: 5.5V
  • Supply Current: 350µA
  • Opto Case Style: Through Hole
  • Operating Temperature Min: -25°C
  • Operating Temperature Max: 85°C
  • Packaging: Each
  • Operating Temperature Range: -25°C to +85°C
  • SVHC: No SVHC (16-Dec-2013)
  • Supply Voltage Range: 2.5V to 5.5V
  • Manufacturer: VISHAY MINICAST AGC2
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R23.00
TCRT5000 Reflective Infrared Sensor Photoelectric Switches(Pack of 2) (infrared sensor x 2)
Color Black + blue
Material Plastic + iron
Specification Detecting range: 0.591" (15mm); Detecting method: Reflective; Collector Emitter Voltage: 70V; Collector Current: 100mA; Forward Current: 60mA; Output type: Phototransistor; Working temperature: -25~85'C
Features Compact construction, sense the presence of an object by using the reflective IR beam from the object
Application Perfect for line tracking robot car DIY project
Packing List Pack of 2 units
Out Of Stock
R25.00
GPIO LED kit v1.3 (GPIO LED v1.3)
GPIO LED kit v1.3 - SOLDERING REQUIRED - DIY kit

The LED kit is the ideal breakout board to learn how to control the RPi GPIO using python or on your Arduino.

This kit includes
  • pcb
  • 5 x LEDs with a choice of 5 colour pack or red only
  • 5 x 330 Ohm resistors
  • 6 pin male to male pcb connector
Possible projects
  • Traffic light
  • Disco/christmas running lights
  • Status indicator LEDs for alarm,robotics or related projects
  • Give away your age by doing the front panel on Kit from Knight Rider!
What you will need
  • Basic soldering skills and your soldering kit
  • 6 female to female jumpers to connect to your Pi
  • 6 male to female jumpers to connect to your Arduino
Please take note
  • Safety first
  • Soldering irons get very hot - be careful when soldering to avoid burns.
  • It is good practice to shut down the Pi/Arduino and unplug the power before connecting or disconnecting jumpers to the GPIO.


BULK

This item is also available in bulk at R52.50 for 5 or more units
Please inquire for bulk pricing for more than 10 units at  [email protected]
PiShop 5 LED manufactured kit
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R60.00
GPIO IO kit v2.02 (GPIO IO v2.02)
GPIO IO kit v2.02 - SOLDERING REQUIRED - DIY kit

This IO kit is the second in our range and the ideal breakout board to learn how to control the RPi GPIO using python or on your Arduino.

This kit includes
  • pcb
  • 3 x LEDs, red, yellow and green
  • 3 x 330 Ohm resistors
  • 8 pin male to male pcb connector
  • 1 x Light dependant resistor
  • 1 x 1uF capacitor
  • 1 x buzzer
  • 1 x tactile switch
Possible projects
  • Traffic light
  • Disco/christmas running lights
  • Status indicator LEDs for alarm,robotics or related projects
  • Learn how to measure light intensity
  • Learn how to detect when a button is pressed
What you will need
  • Basic soldering skills and your soldering kit
  • 8 female to female jumpers to connect to your Pi
  • 8 male to female jumpers to connect to your Arduino
Please take note
  • Safety first
  • Soldering irons get very hot - be careful when soldering to avoid burns.
  • It is good practice to shut down the Pi/Arduino and unplug the power before connecting or disconnecting jumpers to the GPIO.

Sample code is available here in a Python tutorial to assist you

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R80.00
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