Today it is sure that Arduino boards have already conquered the world and are currently the most popular solution of programming electronics for building your own devices. In Botland store you will find Arduino printed circuit boards, functional extensions in the form of Arduino Shields modules, servos, mini-engines and a number of different accessories. The more components you equip, the more you can build. When you have needed tiles, the range of possibilities depends only on your imagination. With Arduino you can build almost everything. Due to the limitless possibilities of Arduino hardware (Boards & Shields) as well as its unique software (Arduino IDE) there will be no problems with constructing devices integrated with mobile apps or the tools for steering automatically your home light system and windows’ shades! However, you can also be able to construct a remote robot. It might be only for fun, but it might be functional as well, e. g. home-made remote vacuum cleaner. To create a mobile devices, you must have the necessary components. Such products include the above-mentioned servos and engines as well as programmable microcontrollers. In this category we present the most reputable products of such producers as Pololu, DFRobot, Cytron or Adafruit. We invite you to place orders!
Modul with dual driver of motors TB9051FTG working with voltages from 4.5 V to 28 V and current up to 2.6 A per channel (max. 5 A). The system can be connected directly with the Arduino connectors. The module for self-assembly.
The module allows you to control four DC motors (DC) or two stepper motors using Arduino kits. The system allows to adjust the direction and speed of rotation of the motors with a current consumption of up to 600 mA and a voltage of up to 36 V.
Fighting education robot for self-assembly. The platform has the opportunity to plug in Arduino Uno or Leonardo modules. The kit includes: main board Zumo Shield, a chassis with tracks and a bumper in a form od a plow.
Forbot Robot Shield is an extension board for Arduino, which is adding to it, everything what's necessary for making robot. On board of the module, found can be, i.a. the driver of the DC motors, a connector for servo, the I/O expander, IR receiver, buzzer and the button. Other signals of the Arduino, has been brought to standard goldpin connectors.
Warring robot educational firms Pololu. This version is completely assembled with micro motors with 75:1 HP and sensor lines to start the game is enough to fix the module to Arduino Uno or Leonardo. This version includes accelerometer and gyroscope.
Compatible with Arduino robot-manipulator MeArm is simple to install the manipulator is designed to teach both children and adults. Programming, electronics, robotics are areas that you can explore, designing, programming and playing shoulder. The control is carried out by two joysticks located on the motherboard of the shoulder. The product in blue.
16-channel PWM generator, it is useful when there is not enough outputs of the microcontroller. Allows for i.a.: control of the servos, speed adjustment of motors or change the brightness of the LEDs. The module in the form of the shield for Arduino with a set of connectors for self-soldering.
The module allows you to control four DC motors or two stepper motors using Arduino kits. The system allows you to adjust the direction and speed of rotation of the motors with a current consumption of 600 mA and the voltage of up to 9 V.
Arm of the robot for self-assembly, equipped with 6 servos. There is also a special controller Braccio in the form of cap over the Arduino and the necessary mounting elements. The device is powered with 5 volts, consumes a maximum current of 5 A.
The module allows you to control four DC motors (DC) using boards of the Arduino. The system allows you to adjust the direction and rotation speed of the motors with a current consumption of 1200 mA and a supply voltage of 13,5 V. It works on the basis of the TB6612 driver.
Shield for Arduino with 4-channel G15 servo driver, operating with a voltage from 7 V to 15 V, communicates via the UART interface. On the board there are jumpers for selecting pins RX and TX and an ARK connector for external power supply.
Shield for Arduino which is an extension of the i/O pins and two-channel driver for DC motors TB6612FNG with a voltage of 12 V and performance of 1.2 A per channel. It also has an interface of Gravity sensors, XBee socket and interfaces I2C, SPI and UART.
Shield with dualchannel driver of motors operating with voltages from 6.5 V up to 30 V and current up to 22 A per channel (max. 60 A). The system can be connected directly with the Arduino connectors.
Shield with dualchannel driver of motors operating with voltages from 6.5 V up to 40 V and current up to 14 A per channel (max. 40 A). The system can be connected directly with the Arduino connectors.
Shield with dualchannel driver of motors operating with voltages from 6.5 V up to 30 V and current up to 18 A per channel (max. 50 A). The system can be connected directly with the Arduino connectors.
Modul with dual-channel driver of motors MAX14870 working with voltages from 4.5 V to 36 V and current up to 1.7 A per channel (max 2.5 A). The system can be directly connected with the Arduino connectors. The module for self-assembly.
Shield for Arduino with single-channel driver for DC motors operating with a voltage from 7 V to 30 V and current up to 10 A (short term 15 A). It has NMOS H-Bridge. The board has jumpers for selecting PWR and DIR pins.
Shield for Arduino with dual-channel DC motor driver operating with a voltage of 5 V to 26 V and current up to 2 A, based on the L298P circuit. The board has jumpers for selecting the control mode and a strip connector with reflective sensors LSS05.
In the Botland programmable electronics online store you will find a wide range of different products. Above there are various modules, which in particular are responsible for the mechanics of created projects.
By choosing the right pad (Arduino Shield) it will be easier to control motors and servos. Depending on the specific product, it will be possible to program the device to travel in different directions. Many of our Arduino Shields are equipped with advanced integrated circuits. Particularly noteworthy are integrated circuits in the form of L293D, L289P or DRV8835. Their structure allows them to use the transistors connected in 'H' bridge. Advanced technological infrastructure means there are a lot of awesome programming possibilities. Once bought – and using well – Arduino Shields will last for years giving you great fun !
There are so many different Arduino boards that if you are at the very beginning of the adventure with electronics, it is easy to get lost in it. For this reason, we have divided our offer into various categories and subcategories that can be easily found. In addition, we invite you to contact us – we will be pleased to get to know with your individual needs and will be happy to advise you what Arduino tiles are recommended to buy. The following tips may also be helpful for you!
If you want to expand your set in order to make a fully remote-controlled moving machine, you will need to purchase engines and engine controllers. Remember, however, that before buying, you should always check exactly which printed circuit board you have. Then verify the parameters of each overlay (Arduino Shields). To this end, you need to pay attention primarily to the pin-out of a particular shield, its operating voltage and the software library used by the overlay.
An important parameter is the number of channels. We distinguish single-channel, two-channel and even sixteen-channel Arduino Shields overlays. Remember that the more channels the hardware has, the more engines it can support simultaneously!
Many programmable electronics manufacturers, such as Cytron, provide free software. They can be uploaded directly to Arduino in order to control the device's engiges. Source code allows simple implementation of engine control. You can easily check the engine temperature, and – if necessary – manually change the direction of rotation (however, remember: always read the instructions first and follow the instructions).
Arduino Shield tiles are dedicated to control DC motors and servos. There are many more possibilities! You can use Arduino overlays to control contactor coils, relays, LED lighting and stepper motors. Servo and motor controllers from the Arduino Shield series will allow you to build CNC machines, robots and other electric vehicles with wide control possibilities.