315M wireless modules are widely used in areas like vehicle monitoring, remote control, home security system, wireless meter reading, guard monitor system, industrial data acquisition system, wireless tag, identification, non-contact RF card, small wireless data terminals, fire safety systems, wireless remote control system, biological signal acquisition, hydrological/meteorological monitoring, robot control and so on. More info
Arduino 2WD Robot Kit
This Arduino based 2WD Robot Educational Kit provides an excellent low cost platform for learning robotics and programming. A bestseller to schools. Step by step illustrated instructions take you through the assembly of an obstacle avoiding autonomous two-wheel drive robot with a servo controlled ultrasonic sensor for object detection. Build your own motor driver and servo control board using a prototype board shield with a L293D motor control IC. Motor control connections are done with wire jumpers on a mini breadboard.
With ABRA's Cell Phone Charger Kit you will not only learn how to assemble an electronic kit, but you can then put it to practical use as a portable cell phone charger for all generations of iPhones, most androids and even a Kindle.
Overview: The Cell Phone Charger kit is a portable device used to temporarily recharge your cell phone anywhere using a nine volt battery. An optional power adapter is available to use with an electrical outlet for a full charge. The project is very simple, yet effective enough to charge your phone to function more than 3 hours for each nine volt battery used. When using the power adapter your cell phone will regain its fully rated operating time. The kit is suitable for beginners, even if you have never soldered before. More info
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BeagleBone Black Introductory Kit (includes BBB)
This Introduction to BeagleBone Black Kit includes the book Programming the BeagleBone Black by the embedded electronics guru Simon Monk, and the basic parts mentioned in the book which are required to complete the projects. More info