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RB-Dfr-139
USD $8.90
RB-Fds-51
USD $89.00
RB-Fds-56
USD $85.00
RB-Dev-46
USD $27.80
RB-Dfr-177
USD $18.00
RB-Fds-57
USD $53.00
RB-Fds-58
USD $144.90
RB-Ite-17
USD $18.95
RB-Fds-48
USD $102.00
RB-See-181
USD $54.50
RB-Fds-04

Regular Price: USD $29.00

Special Price: USD $10.15

RB-Fds-47
USD $93.00
RB-Fds-63
USD $183.69
RB-Fds-01
USD $45.00
RB-Spa-390
USD $1.95
RB-Frw-06

Regular Price: USD $46.12

Special Price: USD $40.35

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I²C 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1
Parallel / Digital Parallel Parallel 0 Digital Parallel 16 Parallel 1 0 Parallel Parallel 0 16
Serial 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1
SPI 1 0 0 0 0 1
USB 0 1 1 0
Background Color Vert Blue Black Amber
Characters 1 16 x 2 4 16
Diagonal 0 mm
0 in
81.28 mm
3.2 in
81.28 mm
3.2 in
0 mm
0 in
38.1 mm
1.5 in
109.22 mm
4.3 in
58.42 mm
2.3 in
71.12 mm
2.8 in
71.12 mm
2.8 in
0 mm
0 in
60.96 mm
2.4 in
109.22 mm
4.3 in
24.384 mm
0.96 in
0 mm
0 in
Pixels 240 x 400 240 x 320 128×64 128 x 128 480 x 272 8 x 8 240 x 320 240 x 320 240 x 320 480 x 272 96 x 64
Technology LED Graphical LCD Graphical LCD Character LCD Graphical LCD OLED Graphical LCD LED Graphical LCD LED OLED Graphical LCD Graphical LCD OLED Segmented Graphical LCD
Text Color Noir White Red-Green-Blue Green Balck
Touchscreen False 1 1 False False 1 False 1 True False 1 1 False False False
Feature 1 Compatible with the SPI LED Module 8 Digital (Arduino Compatible) Integrated 4-Wire Resistive Touch Screen 128x64 liquid crystal display 65K True to Life Colours 65K colours Awesome large sized RGB LED Matrix with superbright RGB 65K true to life colours 4-Wire Resistive Touch Screen Integrated joystick RGB 65K true to life colours 65K True colour Blindage Pour Arduino Onboard DS1307 Real Time Clock
  • NeoPixel RGB LED Matrix for Arduino
    Very bright and easy to use ...
    Review by Claude
    NeoPixel RGB LED Matrix Arduino shield is easy to use and are very bright. The kit board is clearly marked and soldered together nicely with help from the Adafruit online instructions. Because power and data connectors are well indicated on these boards you can use the NeoPixel shields unconnected from the Arduino. You can daisy-chain more boards together to form a larger panel display. You will have to supply a high current 5 VDC to this shield to get full brightness. Now waiting the spots in my vision go away!
    (Posted on 9/29/14)
  • Adafruit RGB LCD Keypad Shield Kit for Arduino (I2C)
    Great RGB LCD shield ...
    Review by Claude
    Soldered up the kit in about 30 minutes, plugged it into an Arduino Uno and it functions well. Display is nice and bright except for blue which is readable but dim in a bright room. The other back panel colour choices were quite bright. On-board buttons are totally debounced and multiple presses are all set via I2C, amazingly simple to use. All this and only power (+/-) and two analog lines are used (I2C). Other I2C devices and sensors can be attached via the same two I2C lines.

    One con: Wish they would include some nylon stand-offs for the lose end of the LCD display, holes are there for the stand-off so why not include them, stand-off would make the shield more durable.

    Wish list: Provide a way of controlling the brightness of each of the RGB LEDs via I2C, currently the light levels are fixed, Full on or off.

    Claude
    (Posted on 9/1/14)
  • DFRobot I2C / TWI 4x20 LCD Module
    easy connection, works as expected
    Review by borgchick
    I am just using this as an LCD display, so the cable it shipped with isn't used. To use it, just connect VCC/GND, and SDA and SDL to an Arduino. Download the library in the dfr0154.zip from the link above, and voila. You are up and running.

    Mine shipped with the i2c address set at 0x27. I've seen some LiquidCrystal_i2c libraries' examples defaulting to 0x20. If yours doesn't work, try 0x27 for the address.

    I did also try to run it at 3.3v and 5v, both work fine. Although at 3.3v, the pot at the back has to be adjusted all the way to the left, and even then the contrast is not great. At 5v it is beautiful.
    (Posted on 8/28/14)
  • DFRobot LCD Keypad Shield for Arduino
    super easy to use, no soldering, bright, great value
    Review by borgchick
    Having this on a Arduino shield makes it so easy to use. Simply put it on your Arduino, and you are ready to use it!

    For example, open the LiquidCrystal HelloWorld example code, change the initial call to liquidcrystal to this:

    LiquidCrystal lcd(8, 9, 4, 5, 6, 7);

    That's it! Compile and upload, and you are up and running.

    See the documentation here for things like reading the keypad (which also is incredibly simple to use):

    http://www.dfrobot.com/wiki/index.php?title=Arduino_LCD_KeyPad_Shield_(SKU:_DFR0009)
    (Posted on 8/21/14)
  • DFRobot LCD Keypad Shield for Arduino
    super easy to use, no soldering, bright, great value
    Review by borgchick
    Having this on a Arduino shield makes it so easy to use. Simply put it on your Arduino, and you are ready to use it!

    For example, open the LiquidCrystal HelloWorld example code, change the initial call to liquidcrystal to this:

    LiquidCrystal lcd(8, 9, 4, 5, 6, 7);

    That's it! Compile and upload, and you are up and running.

    See the documentation here for things like reading the keypad (which also is incredibly simple to use):

    http://www.dfrobot.com/wiki/index.php?title=Arduino_LCD_KeyPad_Shield_(SKU:_DFR0009)
    (Posted on 8/21/14)
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How to Make a UAV – Lesson 1: Terminology

Posted on October 29, 2014

By Coleman Benson & filled under How To Make a Robot.

How to Make a UAV – Lesson 1: Terminology How to Make a UAV – Lesson 2: The Platform How to Make a UAV – Lesson 3: Choosing the right motor / prop / ESC / Battery How to Make a UAV – Lesson 4: Choose a flight controller How to Make a UAV – [...]
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Leap Motion Controller and Advanced Human Input Devices

Posted on July 07, 2014

By Coleman Benson & filled under Electronics, Research, Telepresence.

Leap Motion Gesture Controller RobotShop recently received samples of the new Leap Motion gesture input device and see incredible potential for use with manipulating virtual objects as well as for control or physical robots. When you first see the Leap Motion device on its own, it’s almost impossible to know what it does. This little [...]
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Arrival of the Mini UAVs / Drones

Posted on February 26, 2014

By Eric Nantel & filled under Drone, Toys.

RobotShop recently received the first shipment of several new Mini UAVs / Drones. Unlike many small R/C quadcopter kits on the market, these are RTF (Ready To Fly) models, so everything needed to fly is inside the box. Charge the battery, plug it in and take off. Two inexpensive models we tested recently allow you [...]
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Arduino to Release Their First Mobile Robot!

Posted on June 03, 2013

By Coleman Benson & filled under Industry.

If you have visited the Arduino website lately, you may have noticed a strange circular board under “Hardware” which Arduino has simply named the “Arduino Robot“. Arduino is set to release this new product in July of this year. The round shape is obviously for maneuverability (just like most robotic vacuums) and although the wheels [...]
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How to Make a Robot – Lesson 10: Programming Your Robot

Posted on June 29, 2012

By Coleman Benson & filled under Arduino Tutorials, How To Make a Robot, Software and Apps.

Lessons Menu: Lesson 1 – Getting Started Lesson 2 - Choosing a Robotic Platform Lesson 3 - Making Sense of Actuators Lesson 4 - Understanding Microcontrollers Lesson 5 - Choosing a Motor Controller Lesson 6 – Controlling your Robot Lesson 7 - Using Sensors Lesson 8 - Getting the Right Tools Lesson 9 - Assembling a Robot Lesson 10 - Programming a Robot Programming is usually [...]
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Unfortunately Adafruit does not sell a bezel for that LCD.
2014-08-25 10:47 by CBenson
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do you have a bezel for rbada-93 and what is the cost?
2014-08-22 16:00 by meg
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... remotes, one with Teensy and one with BAP? I'm still using the old 2x16 LCD display, what are you using on the BAP DIY remote? I hope I'll figure it all out. Like I said ...
2014-06-06 05:07 by zenta
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Not sure what display to use though. I do have a serial 20x4 LCD display, a bit big though. Also not decided what gimbals to go for, custom or the 3DOF with two buttons. ...
2014-04-28 12:38 by kurte
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... let you know when I'm starting on my other DIY remote. Not sure what display to use though. I do have a serial 20x4 LCD display, a bit big though. Also not decided what gimbals to go for, custom or the 3DOF ...
2014-04-27 15:15 by zenta
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... performance. tiq 's key features are: ⋅ Detailed logic level display (LCD, LED and audio - for 5V and 3.3V logic) ⋅ Logic pulse analysis (frequency to ...
2014-04-23 16:59 by markhen
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... which I installed an XBee. The 2nd shield is an AdaFruit 1.8" TFT display (http://www.robotshop.com/en/color-lcd-tft-microsd-joystick-arduino-802.html). So far looks like a nice little display. I don't ...
2014-04-03 22:29 by kurte
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... Parts i. Communication & Control ii. Electronics & Components iii. LCD, Display & Lighting iv. Mechanics v. Microcontrollers & Accessories vi. Motors, Actuators & ...
2013-12-20 13:12 by CBenson
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... i. Communication & Control ii. Electronics & Components iii. LCD, Display & Lighting iv. Mechanics v. Microcontrollers & Accessories vi. Motors, Actuators ...
2013-12-20 13:06 by CBenson
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... still an open stick on the controller for future mods. The 4 line LCD display gives ping distance info as well as compass info. I ran into some problems with too ...
2013-10-06 21:00 by Machine27
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... function however might not be able to properly measure pulses from 0-10us... If you use the Arduino, you can output the measured pulse on an LCD shield shield for the Arduino. We hope this helps,
2013-10-02 17:19 by jarcand
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... interfacing it with an arduino uno.The sending bit and the subsequent display on an LCD screen has been performed sucessfully.However,I'm facing issues with the receiving bit ...
2013-08-31 08:40 by project_quest
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... final design idea for the remote control but unfortunately, my mini display hasn't arrived yet (hopefully sometime this week) and due to this, ... rim which would allow for the connection of a single joystick and the LCD display as a standard. I’m afraid I don’t have much time now to draw ...
2013-04-29 07:20 by akdabaous
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... be better if I had all the I/O pins on the ATmega free for sensors, displays, etc. and then used the controller IC for the PWMs. Arduino Test ... the parts I’m currently using (I still need to order the display): 2.2” LCD Display (with microSD breakout) - http://www.hobbytronics.co.uk/lcd/tft-lcd-2-2 ...
2013-04-05 15:23 by akdabaous
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If you need mobile power, then this battery could be good for you: RB-Dfr-160 It should be able to provide enough current for your display and sensors, and it can be charged by applying 9V to its terminal. You should not mix the logic supply on your circuit because it will make your devices ...
2013-02-20 11:13 by Carlitos
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