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Photoresistor 5528 Photoelectric switch element Photoelectric detection element 5MM

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Photoresistor 5528 Photoelectric switch element Photoelectric detection element 5MM

ATMEGA328P-PU

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ATMEGA328P-PU

In-line DS18B20 chip Programmable digital thermometer/temperature sensor Temperature acquisition TO-92

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In-line DS18B20 chip Programmable digital thermometer/temperature sensor Temperature acquisition TO-92

NTC single-ended glass-sealed thermistor 100K 1% 3950 temperature resistance 300℃ 3D printer temperature sensor

FBARICS-04

NTC single-ended glass-sealed thermistor 100K 1% 3950 temperature resistance 300℃ 3D printer temperature sensor

3D printer NTC thermistor 100K/100 ohm MK2a 1% high precision single-ended glass seal

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3D printer NTC thermistor 100K/100 ohm MK2a 1% high precision single-ended glass seal

Negative temperature NTC thermistor MF5A-3 10K 5% fine blackhead

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Negative temperature NTC thermistor MF5A-3 10K 5% fine blackhead

20M HC-49S in-line two-pin passive crystal oscillator 20.000MHz quartz crystal oscillator short body

FBARICS-07

20M HC-49S in-line two-pin passive crystal oscillator 20.000MHz quartz crystal oscillator short body


Integrated Circuit Series

  • Arduino Integrated Circuits:


    Arduino is a convenient, flexible and easy to use open source electronic prototype platform. It includes hardware (Arduino boards of various models) and software (arduinide). Developed by a European development team in winter 2005. Its members include Massimo Banzi, David cuartielles, Tom Igoe, Gianluca Martino, David Mellis and Nicholas zambetti. Microcontroller IC CHIP for ARDUINO UNO

    It is built on the open source simple I / O interface version, and has a processing / wiring development environment similar to Java and c languages. It mainly includes two parts: the hardware part is the Arduino circuit board that can be used for circuit connection; The other is Arduino IDE, the program development environment in your computer. As long as you write the program code in the IDE and upload the program to the Arduino circuit board, the program will tell the Arduino circuit board what to do.

    Arduino can sense the environment through various sensors and feed back and affect the environment by controlling lights, motors and other devices. The microcontroller on the board can be programmed by Arduino programming language, compiled into binary files and burned into the microcontroller. The programming of Arduino is realized through Arduino programming language (based on wiring) and Arduino development environment (based on processing). Projects based on Arduino can only include Arduino, or Arduino and other software running on PC, which can be realized by communication (such as flash, processing, maxmsp).


    Massimo Banzi was a teacher at a high-tech design school in Ivrea, Italy. His students often complain that they can't find cheap and easy-to-use microcontrollers. Massimo Banzi discussed this issue with David cuartielles in the winter of 2005. David cuartielles was a Spanish chip engineer who was a visiting scholar at the school at that time. They decided to design their own circuit board and introduced Banzi's student David Mellis to design a programming language for the circuit board. Two days later, David Mellis wrote the code. Three days later, the circuit board was finished. Massimo Banzi likes to go to a bar called Di re Arduino, which is named after Italian King arduin 1000 years ago. To commemorate this place, he named the circuit board Arduino.


    Then Banzi, cuartielles and Mellis put the design drawings online. Copyright law can regulate open source software, but it is difficult to use it in hardware. In order to maintain the open source concept of design, they decided to disclose the hardware design drawings by means of Creative Commons (CC). Under such authorization, anyone can produce copies of circuit boards, and even redesign and sell copies of the original design. People don't have to pay any fees or even get permission from the Arduino team. However, if the reference design is republished, the contribution of the original Arduino team must be declared. If the circuit board is modified, the latest design must use the same or similar Creative Commons (CC) licensing method to ensure that the new version of Arduino circuit board will also be free and open. Only the name Arduino is retained. It has been registered as a trademark and cannot be used without official authorization.


    Arduino has developed for more than ten years and has launched many models and derivative controllers

    Arduino can be quickly combined with Adobe Flash, processing, Max / MSP, puredata, supercollider and other software to make interactive works. Arduino can use existing electronic components such as switches or sensors or other control devices, LEDs, stepper motors or other output devices. Arduino can also run independently and interact with software, such as Adobe Flash, processing, Max / MSP, pure data, VV or other interactive software. Arduino's IDE interface is based on open source code and can be downloaded and used for free to develop more amazing interactive works.

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