Here we present the most popular products in the Botland store offer! There are only the highest quality consumer electronics used to comprehensively create electronic projects. Our proposal has been prepared for both electronics enthusiasts and professionals (individual programmers, public institutions, enterprises).
Automation, robotics, mechanics, electronics and programming are fields that will certainly be more and more popular. In our offer you can find programmable tiles for embedded systems, elements for building robots, workshop tools. We also propose the purchase of good literature - books that constitute a broad compendium of theoretical and practical knowledge for every DIY.
Here you will find products that are most often chosen by our customers. To make them easier to view, we've grouped them into several subcategories, such as Arduino, Raspberry, other minicomputers, Internet of Things projects, 3D printers, drones and controlled vehicles, as well as ... robots!
Our offer also includes starter kits that will be an ideal choice for people who are just starting their adventure with programmable electronics. Check what we have prepared for you!
Arduino is already known as one of the best interactive programming printed circuit boards (PCB) developer and provider that becomes more and more popular. Arduino is both the name of the company and the brand given to most of its products. Arduino devices are small computers...
These days, embedded systems are a fundamental part of many consumer electronics devices and professional industrial heavy-duty applications. The term “embedded system” is often associated with a single-board computer (SBC). It’s a credit card-sized...
In this category you will find various minicomputers . You can use them to build different devices in your work or at home. Electronic device designers very often use single board computers in their embedded projects. Such a module always contains a highly-efficient...
Micro:bit boards are a continuation of the legacy of the legendary 8-bit BBC Micro designed by Acorn Computers in the 80s. BBC Micro was a computer that was designed as an educational tool for learning programming. A micro: bit board was created for the same purpose, but there...
3D printing is a term for various production techniques in which a product is built up layer by layer. A 3D printer adds material to an object until the desired shape is reached. This is a form of additive manufacturing which is an excellent alternative to sub-additive...
Home automation is a branch of technology that was initiated in the 1950s, but it wasn't until 1975, thanks to the collaboration of Pico Electronics and Birmingham Sound Reproducers, that the first widely available systems for intelligent home control appeared. They were...
Grove System - in the field of computer science and products for robotics enthusiasts, embedded systems are steadily gaining popularity among professionals and hobbyists alike. Grove Modules from Seeed Studio are another attractive option in this department. They let you...
Drones and RC vehicles – this is a category that is so popular today. Remote terrestrial and aerial vehicles have undergone many transformations in recent years. Initially, such devices were treated as children's toys. Over time, however, they began to be used on a large...
Who doesn't love robots? Certainly, programmable electronics enthusiasts and visionaries love them. This product category is one of the main 'hearts' of the Botland online store. We present you... a robots!
The best method of learning is learning through practice. That's why assembling robots yourself is so fascinating and helpful. Nevertheless, very good results will be achieved when the adventure with automation and programmable electronics begins with educational kits...
Battery operated 4-wheel driving platform with a drive. It allows to install a control system (e.g. Arduino board) and various sensors and modules in a simple way. Chassis size - 178L x 135W x 78H mm, wheel diameter: 78 mm.
Sensor for measuring acceleration in three axes in the range: ± 2 g, ±4 g, ±8 g / ±16 g. Powered with the voltage of 2.0 V to 3.6 V, it is characterized by small size, low energy consumption and simple use. It communicates via the I2C bus.
Camera module for Arduino 2 MPx with a resolution of 1600 px x 1200 and speeds up to 60 frames per second. It extends the capabilities of the microcontroller with the ability to shoot photos and record videos. The device operates with a voltage of 3.3 V and 5 V, it communicates via SPI, it has a sensitivity of 0.6 V/(lux*sec), the angle of view of...
A voltage divider is used, when the measured voltage has a larger value than the A/D converter's range. The device works in the range from 0 V to 25 V. The output voltage has a value of from 0 to 5 V and is proportional to the input voltage.
Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms are real bestsellers since their first appearance on the market. An integrated development environment, an extensive interface and a large community of users sharing their projects online are just some of the advantages of these platforms.
In addition to the basic minicomputer modules, we also offer compatible overlays, which you can use to build a multi-node mini-wireless network, intelligent building automation installation, meteorological station, music synthesizer and many other interesting and practical devices. You can use ready-made projects that you will find in the instructions and on the websites of manufacturers. You can also rely on your creativity and start creating unplayable devices. Everything depends only on you!
There are many tasks, both hobby and professional, in which robots can play a key role. Perhaps you have often asked yourself the question "How to build a robot?". This is a question that results in another - "where to start building your own projects?". Even the smallest toy robot is built of mechanical gears, sensors, programmed microcontroller controlling the robot, drive motors and servomechanisms. Added to this are various input and output devices, communication and signal devices, as well as wires and screws.
You will find the most popular elements necessary for the construction and programming of robots in the Botland store offer. For beginners, we have prepared educational kits to learn the basics of robotics from the practical side in a simple and accessible way.
At Botland, however, you will buy both separate components and ready-made kits that will help you program and build robots.
For example, if you intend to use Arduino, select the printed circuit board, and then select the Arduino Shields that interest you. You can choose from dozens of types. Each tile has a different use. Do you want to add motors to the robot so that it can move? Or maybe you want to program it to listen to voice commands? No problem!
In our store you will find everything that is related to modernity and new technologies. We offer the purchase of drones, 3D printers and other smart devices. In addition, we place great emphasis on the presentation of Arduino and Raspberry sets.
It is hardly surprising - the programmable electronics of the above manufacturers are already known all over the world. By buying this type of product, you can build your own devices instead of buying ready-made. Check on the internet how easy it is to make your own mobile vacuum cleaner from Arduino tiles or another useful product at home.
Programmable electronics is also used by children studying in kindergartens and schools. New technology enthusiasts love it. Of course, more advanced kits deserve recognition, which contribute to the development of science (we actively cooperate with many research centers!).
We invite you to familiarize yourself with all the most popular products of the Botland store. We guarantee that you will have great satisfaction with these purchases!