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Header Pin Base Shield For Arduino

Header Pin Base Shield For Arduino
Header Pin Base Shield For Arduino
Header Pin Base Shield For Arduino
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Header Pin Base Shield For Arduino
Header Pin Base Shield For Arduino
Header Pin Base Shield For Arduino
Header Pin Base Shield For Arduino
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: EE920
  • Weight: 25.00g
  • SKU: C0R0
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₹225.00

The Arduino Uno is the most popular Arduino board to date, but it can be frustrating when your project requires a large number of sensors or LEDs and your jumper wires are a mess. Base Shield is a simple way to connect to Arduino boards and eliminates the need for breadboard and jumper wires. You can easily connect with over 300 Grove modules using the 32 onboard Pin Heaters. The pinout of the Base Shield is the same as that of the Arduino Uno R3.

Specifications

·       32 On-Board Male Pin Headers

·       6x Analog Male Pin Headers

·       12x Digital Male Pin Headers

·       1x Switch Male Pin Header

·       1x Motor Driver Male Pin Header

·       1x Relay module Male Pin Header

·       1xUltrasonic Sensor Male Pin Header

·       1x Lora Module Male Pin Header

·       1x Hardware UART Male Pin Header

·       1x Software UART Pin Header

·       4x I2C Male Pin Headers

·       1x 4Bit 16x2 LCD Module Male Pin Header

·       1x Dot Matrix Display Male Pin Header

·       On Board Reset Switch

·       On Board Hardware UART Selector Switch

·       On Board Relay VCC Selector Jumper

·       On Board UART VCC Selector Jumper

·       On Board Power Indication LED

·       On Board D13 Indication LED

·       On Board RX/TX Indication LED

·       On Board 4 Nos 12V External Male Pins

·       On Board 4 Nos 5V External Male Pins

·       On Board 3 Nos 3.3V External Male Pins

·       On Board 4 Nos GND External Male Pins

·       Dimension: 54.1x24.1x69.7mm

·       Weight: 25g


Note

This board is a multipurpose board that is mainly designed for user-friendly purposes, so we have used so many io’s and pins. When you are using this board make sure you have used the io’s correctly. Don’t use the same io’s repeatedly.

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