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GPS + BD 25dBi Antenna

GPS + BD 25dBi Antenna

$6.60
4-Digit LED Segment Display Module TM1637

4-Digit LED Segment Display Module TM1637

$3.40
USB-RS485 Converter

USB-RS485 Converter

$6.60
Logic Level Shifter Bi-Directional 8 Channel TXS0108E

Logic Level Shifter Bi-Directional 8 Channel TXS0108E

$3.80
USB-TTL CH340G Converter

USB-TTL CH340G Converter

$3.60
Passive Buzzer Module

Passive Buzzer Module

$5.80
GPS Module NEO-M8N

GPS Module NEO-M8N

$18.20
AD Key Module

AD Key Module

$11.20
Rainbow LED 4x Module WS2812

Rainbow LED 4x Module WS2812

$7.80
Rainbow LED Module WS2812

Rainbow LED Module WS2812

$4.40
DC-DC Step Down Mini Buck Converter 4.75 - 23V to 1 - 17V 1.8A

DC-DC Step Down Mini Buck Converter 4.75 - 23V to 1 - 17V 1.8A

$3.20
LED Matrix 8x8 MAX7219 4-in-1

LED Matrix 8x8 MAX7219 4-in-1

$8.60

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“Output” devices are commonly called Actuators. These electronic modules enables you to interact with the physical world:

  • Relays to control high power load circuits
  • Solenoids to open or close valves, security doors and robot type applications
  • Transistor/mosfet for simple on/off applications and duty cycle pulse width modulation control
  • H-bridge bi-directional motor control
  • Buzzers to produce sound, note or alarm
  • NFC/RFID for access control, authentication and security
  • LED for light output
  • GPS/GSM/NB-IoT for positioning and connecting to the internet
  • LCD/OLED/E-Ink displays for visual feedback
  • Buck converters to step up and step down power

 

Most projects will incorporate some output to interact with the physical world, from simple breadboard wiring prototype to complex scientific instruments. What will you build?