Here is a summary of recently added interesting products!
We are happy to offer also cool Arduino Esplora!
The Arduino Esplora is a neat controller PCB with lots of useful peripherals ready to be used in your Arduino application.
Esplora board lets you explore easily the infinitive possibilities there are in the world of sensors and actuators without having to deal with breadboards or wires soldering. The board is derived from well known Arduino Leonardo but beside the Arduino platform brings lots of other usable features.
Arduino Esplora is designed for people who want to get up and running with Arduino applications quickly and without having to learn about the electronics first.
If you start playing with Arduino Esplora you definitely need the Arduino LCD Module with SD Card Reader!
This Arduino LCD Module is a backlit TFT LCD screen with embedded holder for micro-SD card. The LCD Module headers are designed to fit into the socket on the Arduino Esplora, but it is compatible with any AVR-based Arduino (Uno, Leonardo, etc.). Check this Arduino tutorial about connection to other Arduino board.
You can draw text, images, and shapes to the screen with the Graphic LCD (GLCD) library. The micro-SD card can be used among other things to store bitmap images for the display screen. The LCD Module is TFT 1,77" with 160x128 pixels and backlight is dimmable by PWM!
The next product is a new revision of popular Seeeduino!
Seeeduino V3.0 is an Arduino compatible board. Design of this Arduino board is based on Arduino Duemilanove schematic; it is 100% compatible to its existing program, Arduino shields and IDEs. On the hardware part, remarkable changes were taken to improve the flexibility and user experience. Compare the previous revision the Seeeduino board has now DC Jack connector for power supplly and also I2C and Serial Grove connector.
Seeeduino V3.0 has also got a "bigger" brother with ATmega 2560 called Seeeduino Mega V3.0. Compare the Arduino Mega 2560 the Seeeduino Mega is much smaller, more flexible and offers new functions. It has 70 digital input/output pins (14 can be used as PWM outputs), 16 analog inputs, 4 UARTs (hardware serial ports), a 16 MHz crystal oscillator, a USB connection, a power DC jack, an ICSP header, and a reset button. Compare the previous revision the Arduino board has now DC Jack connector for power supply and mentioned ATmega 2560 with 256kB Flash Memory.
The last product is the new DSO Nano! Now it comes in version 3 with new cover and few improvements.
DSO Nano V3 has got new durable and rugged black metal cover instead of plastic one.
This Oscilloscope doesn´t want to be any competitor to well known and reliable scopes from Lecroy or Tektronix... DSO Nano V3 is just a handy open source scope with nice parameters for reasonable price and it can be very useful for all the Arduino prototyping but also practical for professionals if they want to e.g. simply measure something with no connection to ground.
DSO Nano V3 is a Digital Storage Oscilloscope designed for basic electronic engineering tasks. Within its smart shell, the device runs on ARM Cortex™- M3 32 bit platform, provides basic waveform monitoring with extensive functions. It features a 320*240 color display, internal 2MB storage, portable probes, LiPol Battery, USB connection and signal generator. Due to palm size and handy performance, it fits in-field diagnosis, quick measurement, hobbyist projects and whenever convenience matters.