In this category we have all sorts of devices that do not fit into any of the other subcategories converters. Most often it is the layout of the circuits or modules that are designed to provide communication between two independent tools. We have, among other things, converters that use such interfaces as I2C, SPI, HDMI, VGA, UART, or USB adapter. In categories you will find over 50 useful converters that will be useful in many projects - both electronic and robotic.
The board was designed to provide the best combination of good performance and flexibility. TSH82 has two levels of amplification, each of which is independently accessible through an input. Each level is initially configured as a reversible amplifier. It can be powered by single voltage 4.5 V to 12 V or bipolar from 2.25 V to 6 V.
2-channel opto-isolator designed to control systems with voltages up to 70 V through the system of digital 3 - 5V, e.g., microcontrollers. The module protects the system of executive power, from the driver that provides the control system.
The module can generate the following signals: 2 x sine, 2 x rectangular with frequency up to 40 MHz. The system communicates via a serial bus, or by sending the bits in parallel. It is supplied with the voltage of 3.3 V or 5 V.
Module with non-volatile FRAM memory for data storage which is characterized by low power consumption and very high durability. The system capacity is 64 KB (8 KB), it communicates through the SPI bus.
The system is equipped with a precision oscillator of 25 MHz and PLL loop, which can generate signals in the range from 8 kHz to 160 MHz. The system operates with a voltage from 3 V to 5.0 V, the Vpp voltage value of the output signal is 3 V. The connection is via the I2C bus.
Converter allows you to connect the microcontroller via the RS-485 bus which supports up to 32 devices on a line with length up to 1 km and a speed up to 10 Mbps. The module is based on a SP485 fitted with connectors: goldpin, ARK from RJ11.
The device allows you to connect your computer to electronic modules, using the popular data transfer protocols, e.g., SPI, I2C, UART. It improves the communication process with the new system, making it easy to detect transmission errors. The analyzer has a built-in logic state analyzer and an AVR programmer.
The device allows the conversion of the input signal format 480i / 576i signal format 720p / 1080p. Converter allows you to connect devices with an HDMI connector, the display is equipped with only a connector RCA. The device is a product of the type of plug-and-play and ready to use immediately after connection.
The device allows you to connect the computer with electronic modules, using the popular data transfer protocols, e.g. SPI, I2C, UART. It improves the process of communication with the new system, makes it easy to detect transmission errors. It has a built-in logic state analyzer and an AVR programmer.
The module can generate the following signals: sine, square and triangle with a frequency up to 3 MHz with an amplitude of 1 Vpp. The system communicates via the SPI bus. The board may also function as a shield on Arduino Pro Mini.
The adapter allows you to connect the computer with the USB connector to the various modules via a parallel interface with a FIFO queue. It has 8 data contacts and 6 control contacts. Module dimensions: 41 x 30.5 mm.
The adapter allows you to connect a USB to many different modules, with built-in converter USB to UART PL2303. Completed with female wire connectors. The system is compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1.
The adapter allows you to connect the computer via mini-usb cable to the various modules via a parallel interface with a FIFO queue. It has 8 data contacts and 6 control contacts. Module dimensions 41 x 30 mm.
Audio signal converter digital to analog. Audio input: Toslink and RCA (Coaxial), audio output: RCA, jack 3,5 mm. The sampling frequency is 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz and 96 kHz. Voltage supply 5 V / 1 A via micro USB.
Grove LED Driver HT16K33 Matrix is based on I2C, which allows to control the matrix LED. Module HT16K33 can control 128 LEDs in a matrix of 16 × 8. For communication it uses the popular Protocol I2C or cable Grove, which is included in the kit.
In this category were all the converters, which for various reasons could not find in any other sub-heading of the equipment. It is necessary to consider this proposal, as there are many devices that can be the perfect solution to Your problems when connecting independent elements. Here you will find a cable adapter that facilitate access to specific contacts or simply place them in another configuration to fit a certain standard. We also offer accessories that work with small logical systems through which the signal obtained at the output will be appropriately processed to another device to read. The range of a lot of products designed to work with popular among robotyków and electronics tools, such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi or popular displays.
In the category of “other converters” proposed, among other things, sets for testing electronic components. They allow for the testing of bipolar transistors PNP, NPN, LEDs (and other tools) and have signal generators, PWM, square, or frequency meter. Such devices typically have a screen that displays values that are important for this component. Of the easiest tools available in particular, many kinds of adaptors with connectors HDMI, VGA, converters to convert analog video and audio signal to a digital signal (input: PAL, NTSC, 2 x RCA phono and USB output A), the device converts digital audio to analog, splitters, or I2C adapter with USB cable for women. We also have converters that are designed for connecting digital systems (e.g. microcontroller) for high voltage systems, generators, frequency (e.g., sine or square signal), tools for sharing computer data directly from sensors (UART, SPI, I2C, GPIO), or module for connecting microcontrollers to the CAN bus. We also offer voltage dividers, different drivers, optoizolatory, tiles with operational amplifiers, hubs, and bridges for tensometrycznych beams and FRAM memory, or the insulator of the analog signal.