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Interface Adapters & Converters

Interface Adapters & Converters are the parts you need to be able to connect different types of electric components to each other. They include serial, SD, and analog-digital adapters and also USB, Ethernet, and wireless data acquisition modules.

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  • Bus Pirate
    More functionality than I expected
    Review by David
    I bought the Bus Pirate for I2C development work but found it has some other very useful functions: it works as a digital frequency generator (1 kHz-4MHz) and logic analyzer (using SUMP software).
    (Posted on 9/3/14)
  • Terminal Shield for Arduino
    Good overall
    Review by Simon
    Great for cable organization for a final project without a breadboard. Only thing is that it hide the arduino board so you don't see the test LED and some of the pins. I saw terminal like this that comes in two piece wich would have been better in my opinion.
    (Posted on 8/22/14)
  • FTDI USB-to-TTL (Serial) Cable 5V
    as advertised
    Review by Ward
    I use this cable to interface with xBee boards, works well.
    (Posted on 7/28/14)
  • MAX3232 RS232 to TTL Adapter
    Working from Raspberry Pi to serial device
    Review by Matthew
    I bought this so my Raspberry Pi can communicate with a serial device and I got it working on my first wiring attempt using tutorials on the internet.
    (Posted on 7/14/14)
  • Cytron ATX Power Supply Breakout Board (Right Angle)
    Product is great. Don't buy the recommended headers
    Review by Gwyan
    Robotshop's automatic "Frequently Bought Together" lists "Screw Terminals 3.5mm Pitch (2-Pin, 5 Pk)" as bought with the Cytron ATX Power Supply breakout board, but THEY DON'T FIT. One wants 2.0 pitch and the other wants 3.5 pitch. It should be listed as "mistakenly bought together". The website software encourages every new customer to repeat the mistakes of others. That said, I love the breakout board itself. It's just frustrating to have to make a trip to town to get the correct headers.
    (Posted on 7/11/14)
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