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TinkerKit 3 Way Link Leads 200mm T020060

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   Module: Pre-assembled
Ready made leads, 3-way with a socket at each end. Available in three lengths 200, 500 and 1000mm. Ideal for use with Arduino TinkerKit Shields.
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T010114

TinkerKit LED Module - 5mm Red T010114

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   Module: Pre-assembled
The LED is possibly the simplest actuator available. It’s a low power light source available in many colours. It lights up when powered from an Arduino pin.

Input: Arduino provides a maximum of 40mA per pin; this is enough to light up the LED through the digital Write() and analogue Write() functions.

Module description: This module features a 5mm Red Light Emitting Diode, the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector and a green LED that signals that the module is correctly powered and a tiny yellow LED that shows the current brightness of the blue LED. A resistor provides the optimal amount of current when connected to an Arduino.

This module is an ACTUATOR therefore the connector is an INPUT that need to be connected to one of the OUTPUT connectors on the TinkerKit Shield

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T020010

TinkerKit Sensor Shield T020010

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   Module: Pre-assembled
The Sensor Shield v.2 allows you to hook up the TinkerKit SENSORS and ACTUATORS directly to the Arduino, without the use of the breadboard.

It has 12 standard TinkeKit 3pin connectors. The 6 labeled I0 through I5 are Analog Inputs. The ones labeled O0 through O5 are Analog Outputs connected to the PWM capable outputs of the Arduino Board (it is possible to change these to Digital Inputs, in which case they will report either HIGH or LOW, but nothing in between).

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T020040

TinkerKit Mega Sensor Shield T020040

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   Module: Pre-assembled
The Mega Sensor Shield v.2 allows you to hook up the TinkerKit SENSORS and ACTUATORS directly to the Arduino Mega or Mega 2560 or Mega ADK, without the use of the breadboard.

It has 22 standard TinkeKit 3pin connectors. The 10 labeled I0 through I9 are Analogue Inputs. The ones labelled O0 through O5 are Analogue Outputs connected to the PWM capable outputs of the Arduino Board (it is possible to change these to Digital Inputs, in which case they will report either HIGH or LOW, but nothing in between).